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On Wednesday 26th January 2016 the Multi Faith Forum organised an event at Walsall College. It was to condemn the genocide and inhuman killings of Jews in concentration camps. Representative from different faith groups attended including representatives from the Christian Faith, Jewish Faith, Sikh Faith and Muslim Faith attended.

Say no to terrorism was the title of the anti-terrorism seminar held on the 14th of March in the Ace Centre Nelson by PAT UK convener Sehrish Ismaeel.

Unfortunately there is an over representation of Muslims in prison constituting more than 14% which is over 12,000 Muslim prisoners in Britain’s jails, whereas the Muslim population of the UK constitutes less than 4%. Mr Michael Spurr, head of the prison and probation service for England and Wales told the BBC Panorama that “there is a 'significant risk' of Muslim inmates becoming radicalised.”

31st December 2017 Minhaj ul Quran London ended the year by hosting those in difficult circumstances and homeless at its centre on Romford Road Forest Gate. Over 30 volunteers from not only the mosque but from different parts of the community joined in distributing pilau rice, drinks and a whole host of food, snacks donated by the mosque, local businesses, volunteers, and well wishers. One unknown person donated 10 crates of bottled fruit juice drink. Later in the Evening volunteers went to Stratford Centre and met a number of warm hearted individuals, and organisations and together handed out boxes of food and drinks to those vulnerable on New Year’s Eve.  

Minhaj ul Quran International (London) achieved a significant first this Christmas by being the only Muslim organisation to attend Church on a Christmas day and help their Christian friends distribute food to the homeless. Over 35 volunteers from Minhaj ul Quran International (London) attended Emmanuel Church in Forest Gate to help their Christian friends hand out food and presents to the Homeless.  Muslims joined in the carol singing and observed the Christmas service beautifully conducted by Reverend Chigor Chike Vicar of Emmanuel Church with St Peter. This was a true message of love and social cohesion where the Reverend and all his congregation welcomed their Muslim friends.  

Representatives from Jamia Masjid Minhaj-ul-Quran Mosque were welcome guests at Nelson Police Station where they thanked the Local Policing team for their help throughout the year with a much-appreciated box of chocolates and wished us a Merry Christmas.  Inspector Andy Winter is pictured with some of the local officers and Mosque representatives including Imam Muhammad Nouman

On 29th April 2017, Minhaj Women League North held a tanzeemi workshop open for all Tanzeems in the North to attend. The workshop was held at Minhaj Welfare Foundation in Manchester and was attended by tanzeemi groups from Bradford, Prestwich, Burnley, Manchester, Cheethamhill, Blackburn, Accrington, Oldham, Ashton, Nelson, Halifax, Sheffield and Tinsley. Approximately 75 women from the various tanzeems attended.

The official launch of Minhaj College Manchester (MCM) was held at Nawabs restaurant Manchester. The aim of the dinner was to introduce MCM to prominent members of the local political, social, business and educational community. The chief guest was Dr Hassan Mohi-ud-Din Qadri, Chairman Supreme Council MQI and visiting lecturer at MCM, alongside other esteemed guests and speakers.

A series of two high profile events were arranged in order to launch the Minhaj College Manchester (MCM) on the 8th and 9th of January. The first of those was the Celebrating the Beloved conference at the Manchester Central Mosque and the second was a launch dinner at Nawabs restaurant, Manchester.

On behalf of Minhaj-ul-Quran International Shaykh Rehan Raza Al-Azhari met with Head of 51 Brigade Gary Deakin to discuss a number of issues at the Army Headquarters in Sterling.  

Shaykh Rehan started by introducing Minhaj-ul-Quran International and Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir ul Qadri and the work that is being carried out at global level for the betterment of humanity.

On Saturday 7th October 2017, a Peace Education Programme workshop and seminar was held in Manchester at the MWF Head Office on the topic of peace, counter-terrorism and community cohesion for the North region.

26 – 28 August 2017, Keele University, England.

In continuation of the al-Hidayah project’s activities, raising awareness of issues pertinent to Muslims and non-Muslims in the West, al-Hidayah 2017 was arranged as a three-day residential event. It was held in the picturesque surroundings of Keele University, Staffordshire, England on the bank holiday weekend running from Saturday 26 August to Monday 28 August 2017. As a project of Minhaj-ul-Qur’an International (UK) the al-Hidayah team was proud and honoured to host his eminence Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri, patron-in-chief of Minhaj-ul-Qur’an International as the Keynote speaker and also presiding guest throughout the three days of the event. Dr Qadri was accompanied by Shaykh Hammad Mustafa al-Qadri and respected Sister Dr Ghazala Hassan Qadri. The event was arranged as a combination of detailed lectures and practical teaching of the Counter-narrative to Violent Extremism from the most authentic references and sources, as well as series of interactive workshops, sports and leisure activities.

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