MWL Nottingham hold a Halqa-e-Durood Mehfils

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Minhaj ul Quran Women’s League Nottingham (MWL) held a Halqa-e-Durood on the 3rd and 8th December

3rd December, at the home of Sister Kausar Yaqoob (MWL Nottingham Secretary Dawah). Alhamdulliah, it was attended by a large number of ladies.

The Halqa commenced with Tilawat of The Holy Quran by Sister Kausar, Sister Tabsam recited the English translation and Sister Tahira Parveen recited the Urdu translation.

The Mehfil continued by listening to a lecture by Shaykh Ul Islam 'Shana Mustafa’.

This was followed by Sister Nasreen reading Hadith from the book Syeda Faitma.

Sister Nazia then read from the book Barkat Mustafa.

The number of Durood Shareef read during the previous week was recorded at 85,000.

The ladies present also made donations towards MWF projects.

The Mehfil continued with Qaseeda Burda and Salaam being offered by all sisters present.

The Halqa was formally concluded with a heartfelt Dua by Sister Kausar Yaqoob.

8th December, at the home of Sister Salma Rafiq. The Mehfil commenced with the Tilawat of The Holy Quran by Sister Shahnaz, the translation was read by Sister Fakhira.

Next excerpt of Dr Tahir ul Qadri’s speech Akhlaq-e-Hasna Zaria Muhabbat Qurbat-e-Rasool was played on DVD, the speech detailed the importance of having a good character. A good character is an integral part of Imaan, and Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) had the best character of everyone it is the bench mark for us to try to follow.

To have a good moral conduct is a source of blessings for us. Whereas any act that is unacceptable to our head and heart is surely a sin in the eyes of Allah and constitutes bad character.

The Mehfil continued with Zikr and Saalam recited by all the sisters present.

The Mehfil was formally concluded with a Dua by Sister Kausar Yakoob.

Reported by Nadia Ahmed (MWL Nottingham)
Edited by MWL UK Media Team