On 31st January 2019 Minhaj Sisters were invited to St. Paul's Church Walsall as a recognition of our interfaith work . This meeting was to meet Faith minister Lord Bourne of Aberystwyth. A new initiative called Walsall For All was set up to bring communities together.
Every year millions of pilgrims travel all the way to Saudi Arabia to perform hajj, the obligatory pilgrimage upon every able Muslim. Performed on the last month of the Islamic calendar, Hajj is embedded with many symbolic acts of love and worship. As Muslims it is important that we understand the significance and meaning of this blessed pilgrimage. With this in mind Minhaj ul Quran Women League Walsall held an event entitled ‘Hajj: The journey of love’ focussing specifically on the history and significance of Hajj.
Minhaj-ul-Quran International, Walsall held a “Laylat-ul-Qadr” Mehfil on Wednesday 21st July 2017. Following the Taraweeh prayer a speech was given by Allama Ali Akbar Qadri Sahib which stressed the importance of establishing a link with the Quran so that we may be able to succeed as it is a comprehensive guide containing advice for all aspects of life.
9/11, 7/7, Paris attacks etc. These are just a few examples of attacks that take place all over the world. Over the past two decades, the amount of terrorist attacks like these have increased, innocent men, women and children are killed on a daily basis. The question on everyone’s mind is ‘Where is the love?’
On Saturday 21st January 2017, Minhaj Women League Walsall held a Seminar looking at the concept of Peace in Islam.