Milad-un-Nabi SAW held by MWL Sheffield

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Program:  Milad-un-Nabi SAW

Venue: Jamia Masjid, Bodmin Street, Sheffield

Date: Sunday 9th of February 2014

Stage Secretary: Sister Shahida Ulhaq (President of women’s league Sheffield)

Tilawah: Sister Saeeda Mubarak

Nasheeds: Sister Saeeda Mubarak

Speakers: Sister Zareena from France

Sister Tanzeem from Birmingham

Number of Attendees: 500

Organised by: Minhaj-ul-Quran Women’s league Sheffield

The Programme was a great success. A lot of the youth attended and everyone took part in activities that were arranged. Sisters of all age groups attended.

The programme started with Talawat-e-Quran and nasheeds. Speeches were in English and Urdu. There were stalls which Islamic books could be purchased and a stall with free leaflets/books on Islam. Also in this Milaad a new set of books were launched called ‘Mawlid-un-Nabi’ which could be purchased from the stalls.

Minhaj-ul-Quran Women’s league also arranged activities for the audience to join in and get involved. A lecture of Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr. Muhammed Tahir-ul-Qadri was shown to the audience on ‘Milad kyu manate hai’ and questions were asked and Prizes (lecture cd) were given to those who answered correctly. A workshop was also arranged were the audience worked together as a team. Everyone was teamed up in tens where they would study questions given on a paper. Those who answered correctly also received lecture cd as a prize.

The Programme ended with a message from Sister Zahra and Sister Aleena on Dawah project. Sister Jamila Gave a speech on Pakistan educational city. Sister Shamime Jan gave a finishing speech on Minhaj-ul-Quran. The Programme finished with Salat-o-Salaam And finishing Dua was done by Sister Musarat Hussain (General Secretary of UK) Food was then served.

A big Thank you to everyone who took part in the organising of the Milad. May Allah SWT bless you all and guide us all to the right path. Insha’Allah. Ameen.

Reported by MWL Sheffield

Edited by MWL UK Media Team.