Minhaj Women’s League (MWL) West Bridgford holds its weekly Halqa-e-Durood

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Minhaj Women’s League (MWL) West Bridgford held its weekly Halqa-e-Durood on Tuesday 2ndFebruary at the home of Sister Salma. Alhamdullilah, the Mehfil was attended with great enthusiasm by sisters living locally.

The Mehfil commenced with a beautiful Tilawat by Sister Salma. This was followed by listening to excerpts of HSI Dr Qadri’s speech Fikr-e-Akhirat aur alamat-e-Qayamat. Sister Salma then read from the book Taharat Aur Namaz and discussing the wajib parts of Namaz and explanation of how Sajdah As Sahw is performed (and under what circumstances.)

Sister Salma also read from the book Adab-e-Zindagi.

The Halqa continued with reciting first Qaseeda Burda Sharif and then Salaam and then Zikr by all Sisters present. The Mehfil was formally concluded with a Dua by Sister Salma.

Minhaj Women’s League (MWL) West Bridgford held its weekly Halqa-e-Durood on Tuesday 26th January at the home of Sister Saima. Alhumdulliah, this meeting was attended by both MWL members and non-members.

The Mehfil commenced with a beautiful recitation and translation of the Holy Quran by sister Salma. This was followed by listening to Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri speech from the Peace Gala 2016 in which the importance of women throughout history of Islam was highlighted. Examples include that the fact that two chapters of the Holy Quran are named after women, but none are named after men (excluding the Prophets). At the time of Prophet Noah, Allah instructed than an equal number of women and men were placed on the Ark. Likewise we are all aware of the significance of Hazrat Hajra. Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Qadri gave a multitude of examples of the importance of women during the time of the Holy Prophet (SAW), as they participated in military campaigns, in education and in even politics. Modern society has overlooked the importance of women in Islam and suppressed many of the rights and privileges bestowed to them.

Sister Salma then read from the book Taharat Aur Namaz and discussed the Fard of Namaz.

Next Sister Fakhira read Hadith from Minhaj-ul-Sawi.

The Mehfil continued with reciting first Qasseda Burda Sharif and then Salaam and then Zikr by all Sisters present. The Mehfil was formally concluded with a Dua by Sister Fakhira.

Reported by MWL West Bridgford Media Secretary

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Minhaj Women’s League West Bridgford held its weekly Halqa-e-Durood on the 9thFebruary at the home of Sister Salma Rafiq. The Halqa started with the recitation of the Holy Quran by Sister Salma.

It was followed by listening to excerpts from Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Qadri’s speech Marhala Qabar Ki Tiyari. In the speech Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Qadri explains the transition of man from this world to that of the grave and the questions that will be put to us also emphasising the status of Rasool Allah(SAW) and how we must recognize him in the grave. This recognition can only be achieved through love and devotion to Rasool Allah (SAW) in this world. This love and devotion is accomplished through following the Sunnah.

Sister Salma then read from the book Taharat Aur Namaz and the sisters present revised the wahajabat of Namaz.

Sister Salma then read from the book Minhaj-ul-Sawi.

The Halqa continued with the recitation of Zikr and Salaam by all sisters.

Sister Fakhira recited Dua to bring the Mehfil to a close.

Reported by MWL West Bridgford Media Secretary