On Saturday 10th September, an event promoted as ‘Eid Concert with Milad Raza Qadri’ was held at the centre of the Muslim community at Raven Street Community Centre, Halifax. From the proposal of the event to its realisation and finally to the implementation the brothers of MYL have worked extraordinarily hard to make this occasion the triumph it was. The aim of this event was to light the flame of love of the Holy Prophet (peace & blessings be upon him) in to the hearts of the people and the youth in particular.

The annual Mawlid-un-Nabi (S.A.W) event is a heart-warming gathering organised every year jointly by MYL-Sisters Halifax and Minhaj-ul-Quran Women’s League Halifax to celebrate the Blessed Birth of our Beloved Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him).

In 2010 the Muslim Youth League Sisters Halifax began working in connection with The Calderdale College and the Minhaj-ul-Quran Education Project Halifax to promote the celebration of Milad-un-Nabi (saw), the blessed birthday of our Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and to encourage young Asian girls and women to get involved in educational courses.

This project was launched by the Muslim Youth League UK sisters Halifax in 2008. The aim of the school project is to build community cohesion by connecting with local secondary schools in the local areas; to deliver workshops, discuss issues which affect young people, create awareness about Islam along with other issues.

Sisters from the Muslim Youth League Halifax team have been working hard to raise as much money as possible for MWF over the years. On Tuesday 28th September 2010 some of the MYL Halifax sisters set out onto the streets of Halifax to raise money for the victims of the Pakistan floods. Over £200 for Minhaj Welfare Foundation was raised in less than 2 hours!

On the 10th of April 2008, Allama Muhammad Idrees Sahib visited the Minhaj-ul-Quran Home Educational Project Halifax at Muhammad Javid Akhtar's residence. This was to perform the opening ceremony of Monthly Halkha-e-Darood Shareef sessions for both brothers and sisters.

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