Minhaj Sisters and Minhaj Dawah Project under the supervision of Alama Hafiz Habib Qureshi of Minhaj ul Quran International Crawley organised a great Mawlid-un-Nabi ﷺ event on Sunday 13th January 2019.
On Saturday 5th January 2019, Minhaj Sisters London visited the Barchester Westgate House Care Home. This initiative by Minhaj Sisters London was to create Community Cohesion and give back to the elderly and vulnerable members of the community. The sisters delivered gift hampers for the New Year containing toiletries and snacks.
On 23rd of September 2018, Shuhada e Karbala conference was held at the Minhaj ul Quran International London centre by Minhaj Women League (MWL) London.
This programme was hosted by sister Sehrish. The event started with the Quranic recitation carried out by sister Amina Shah, following this sister Muhaiman Mash'hadi and many other recited beautiful nasheed and manqabats.
Sister Azmat Ajaz (joint General Secretary of South zone) spoke in English in great depth about the love for the Ahle Bait. Ustaza Faiza Qadri delivered an Urdu speech regarding Shuhada e Karbala.
Shaping my Future sessions by the Minhaj ul Quran International (London), and the work of all community organisations, embodies the togetherness and diversity of Newham: Newham is a place celebrated for its diversity and togetherness and the event on 12th July epitomised that.
Inside the Houses of Parliament people from across the community, including Rosetta Arts, The Harp Foundation which supports the homeless, East London University, Bridges project, Charity4 Humanity, Social Action for Health, East London Genes and Health, the Barry Mcguigan Boxing Academy and many other organisations came together to celebrate the achievements of the young people who completed a series of workshops entitled, Shaping my Future - Democratic Engagement. These sessions were initiated Minhaj ul Quran International (London), and held at their Mosque and Community Centre in Forest Gate, and were run in association with Come Incorporated and Newham Borough Council. They began in December 2017 and finished this January. The event also celebrated the success of the English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) students who currently learn at Minhaj ul Quran.