Sister Nasreen Akhtar (Dawah Secretary) commenced with peaceful recitation of the Glorious Quran.  This was then followed by Darood Sharif which was recited for around 30-40 minutes by all the attendees. The amount of Darood Sharif read each week is recorded and passed on at an international level by Sister Nasreen Akhtar.

The Halqa commenced with beautiful recitation by Sister Nasreen Akhtar, MWL Tinsley DawahSecretary.  This was then followed by Darood Sharif which was recited for thirty to forty minutes by all the attendees. The amount of Darood Sharif read has been recorded and passed on at national level to Gausha E Darood, MQI Lahore.

The Halqa-e-Durood during the Holy month of Ramadhan consisted of Sister Nasreen Akhtar (Dawah Secretary) opening the peaceful gatherings with recitation of the Glorious Qur'an. This was then followed by Darood Sharif which was recited for around 30-40 minutes by all the attendees. The amount of Darood Sharif read has been recorded and passed on at national level by the Dawah secretary so it can be presented at Gausha-e-Darood, Minhaj-ul-Quran, Lahore.

This event took place in Tinsley on Monday 26 May 2014 @ 11:00am.

We have around 25 women attending our Halqa-e-Durood every Monday. sisters read Durood Sharif in congregation for an hour before snacks are served.

Sister Khalda Khan (President MWL Tinsley) organised a small event for Pakistan Independence Day.

The event began with the recitation of Dr Allama Iqbal's Dua "Lab Pe Athi Hain" this was followed by Sister Khalida speaking about Pakistan and its rich history. Within the talk Sister Aeysha Mirza (General Sec MWL Tinsley.) and Sister Sajida Begum (Finance Sec MWL Tinsley) asked the audience questions and the children took part in a quiz on Pakistan.

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