Saturday 15th October 2016 | 13 Muḥarram 1437AH | at Ashton Central Mosque.

Organised jointly by Minhaj-ul-Qur’an International and Minhaj Women League (Ashton-Under-Lyne).

A monthly gathering for Halqa-e-Durood and Mehfil-e-Dhikr was held at the Ashton Central Mosque on Saturday 15th October 2016.  This regular gathering held at the Mosque encouraged families to participate in the honorable message of invocations and salutations for the Holy Prophet Muhammad (sallā llāhu ‘alayhi wasallam) and the remembrance of his family (Ahl al-Bayt) during the sacred month of Muḥarram.

Minhaj-ul-Qur’an (Ashton) commenced an agreed monthly program of Halqa-e-Durood gatherings in the Ashton Central Mosque, catering for male and female participation of all ages.  The first gathering was from Maghrib to Isha on Saturday 13th February 2016.

Minhaj-ul-Qur’an (Ashton), along with the community of Ashton-Under-Lyne and in association with Minhaj Welfare Foundation (MWF), organised a charity fundraising program to raise awareness and provide clean water for the deprived and neglected community of Tharparkar (Sindh, Pakistan).  To raise much needed funds to build clean water facilities for communities affected by the severe drought, which has taken the lives of hundreds of children and has left many thousands displaced since 2014.

Minhaj-ul-Qur’an (Ashton-Under-Lyne), along with the community of Ashton-Under-Lyne and in association with Minhaj Welfare Foundation (MWF), organised a charity fundraising program to raise awareness and provide clean water for the deprived and neglected community of Tharparkar (Sindh, Pakistan).

Bismillah Ar Rahman Ar Raheem - The month of Ramadan is a very special time for Muslims across the globe, as it is a time when people strive harder than ever to please their Lord and gain blessings. Muslims fast from dawn to sunset, abstaining from food or drink for the whole period. This can also be classified as a Jihad in the way of Allah, for inner peace, purification and satisfaction as well as a Jihad against one's lower self also known as Nafs.

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