MWL London hold Naat Programme

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On 15th of February 2015, Minhaj-ul-Quran Women League London held an Annual Mehfil-e-Naat event at a Minhaj-ul-Quran Centre in London in connection with the ongoing Milad celebrations. The event was organised, under the leadership of the President MWL London, Mrs Rukhsana Sarfaraz, to commemorate and celebrate the birth of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) and in praises of the Beloved Prophet. Approximately over a hundred participants in the form of women, girls and children attended the Mehfil.

The program commenced with the beautiful recitation of the Glorious Quran by Sister Sehrish Mobeen. Thereafter, Hamds were recited in praise of Allah Subhaanahu Taa’la who had blessed us with the Prophet. Durood Sharif was recited by various sisters followed by a speech by Hafsah Farooq, student Minhaj-ul-Quran London spoke about the importance of the love of the Prophet. Mrs Jannat-ul-Fardous Nasir recited a beautiful naat in her usual enchanting style whiles the participants waved ecstatically. Plaistow and Barking sisters recited Naats and Hadiths on Imaan which was greatly appreciated.

Those who paid tribute to the Holy Prophet (saw) in the form of Naat included Sister Nassem, Sister Razia Sultana, Sidra Bhatti and Minhaj Naat Council London sisters who enlightened the stage and audience with the praises of the Prophet. The sisters performed various naats including Is Karam Ka Karoon Shukr Kaise Ada with the  duff in a unique style, honouring the Prophet.

The Umrah ticket was sponsored by Mrs Khurshid Iqbal. Mrs Zareeda Shafiq and Mrs Fatimah Mashadi announced the winner of the Umrah Ticket, Mrs Nusrat Mahmood handed the prize to Sidra Bhatti who had recited Huzoor Aisa Koi Intezam Ho Jayee earlier in the evening.

The main guest of the programme was Mrs Fatimah Mashadi she delivered an eye-opening talk regarding the Prophets respect for the Sahabah and the Sahabah’s love for the prophet (PBUH). The speech was very relevant and motivational, which everyone benefitted from immensely.

The event concluded with a collective recitation of Salawat and Salam upon the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) and Du'a. Food and sweets were distributed at the end.

Reported By: Secretary Media London and Team

Photos by: Media Team London

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