On the 12th of September some of the people from Muslim Youth League UK took part in the demonstration for the people of Syria. It was held in George Square and was organised by a member of the community.
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By the Grace of Allah Almighty and through the blessings of the Holy Prophet (peace & blessings be upon him) Minhaj Women League Stepps held their monthly Halqa-e-Durood in Bishopbriggs on Thursday 13th August 2015. The programme started with a beautiful recitation of the Holy Quran by sister Nusrat, followed by recitation of Nasheeds in the blessed court of the Holy Prophet (peace & blessings be upon him) by sisters Noshela Ali and Ghuzala Munir.
On 12th February Muslim Youth League UK organised a dinner with Shaykh Dr Khalid Abdul Wahab al-Mullah (President of Scholars of Iraq and current consultant to President of Iraq).
On Tuesday, 7th of January, The Muslim Youth League UK-Sisters had the opportunity to attend a Mawlid programme at the Kabana Restaurant in Glasgow.
A stall was setup, which consisted of literature produced by MYLUK-Sisters and also free literature was made available of Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri for the participants. The sister’s team consisted of Tasmiyyah (MYLUK-S Glasgow Co-ordinator), Humma, Malayka, Maria and Humaira. Contact details of the female participants were collected so that they could be updated with regards to future events.
On the 23rd of July 2015, the Muslim Youth League UK organised an internet safety workshop which took place at the Minhaj-ul-Quran mosque in Glasgow, where young people and parents came together to learn about issues related to online safety.
Shaykh Rehan Ahmed Raza al-Azhari, an Islamic scholar and an active member of the Youth League, delivered the workshop and discussed the issues of radicalisation, child sexual exploitation, cyber bullying, cyber stalking and identity theft. Although the talk was primarily centred around the issue of online safety, issues related to the portrayal of Islam in the media were also raised.
Sunday 2nd February 2014, Glasgow – Kabana Restaurant; One of the major achievements of MYL UK, the Peace for Humanity Conference sent out a powerful message across the Glaswegian community that Islam is a peace-loving religion and Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) was a provenance of mercy.
On Saturday the 5th of May, Muslim Youth League UK Glasgow took part in the Charity Mela for Palestine at Kebana function suite organised by the ‘Friends of al-Aqsa’ Glasgow team – a UK based non-profitable organisation first established in 1997 making NGO concerned with defending the human rights of Palestinians and protecting the sacred al-Aqsa Sanctuary in Jerusalem. The Mela was organised in order to raise money for Palestine and hence was an advantageous opportunity to help other organisations at their event as well as raise awareness of the Muslim Youth League UK.