MWL Nottingham continues halaqaats locally

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Alhumdulliah, Minhaj-ul-Quran Nottingham Women’s League, held halqaat at various locations in Nottingham under the guidance of Sister Kausar Yaqoob (Lenton), Sister Iram and Sister Salma Rafiq (West Bridgford).

Durood e Halqa all follow at similar format starting with recitation and translation of the Holy Quran followed by explanation of a Hadith. A speech of Dr Tahir Ul Qadri is played that is pertinent and instructive to the time of year. Part of the gathering is devoted to the reciting of Durood. Zikar, salaam and Dua.

Campaigning for Eid ul Adha (Qurbani) have met with enthusiasm as MQI provides a way for the most deserving in society to be reached.

Information regarding Al Hidayah camp has also been disseminated during Halqat.
MWL Nottingham were involved in various local activities. Sister Kausar and Sister Salma both held Tajweed classes. Also, a workshop was held with United Communities Network, which aimed to bring different ethnicities into mainstream society through confidence building courses (for individuals).

Sister Kausar also held a highly successful workshop on Ghussal and kafan.

The local Muslim community continues to support Minhaj Welfare Foundation programs including Aghosh, Tube wells and Water pump project, Crisis response in Syria, Yemen.

MWL continues to be a valuable source of guidance to the local community.

Reported by: Nadia Ahmad (Media Sec MWL Nottingham)