Halaqa-e-Durood organised by MWL Hounslow

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Alhamdulillah on Friday, 21 February 2014 with the blessings of Almighty Allah and through the waseela of his beloved Prophet Muhammad [SAW] Minhaj Women League Hounslow organised Halaqa-e-Darood sister Hina arranged all the programme in a beautiful way at her home in the Hanworth Feltham Area, sister Humaira Shakeel (President) and Dr Amirah Raza (General Secretary) were also there to welcome ladies as this was the 2nd Halaqa-e Durood by a new tanzeem of Hounslow (West London) it started at 11:30 with the Tilawat of the Holy Quraan than the ladies started to recite Darood-e-Pak for about 45 min.

Alhamdulillah on Friday, 21 February 2014 with the blessings of Almighty Allah and through the waseela of his beloved Prophet Muhammad [SAW] Minhaj Women League Hounslow organised Halaqa-e-Darood sister Hina  arranged all the programme in a beautiful way at her home in the Hanworth Feltham Area, sister Humaira Shakeel (President) and Dr Amirah Raza (General Secretary) were also there to welcome ladies as this was the 2nd  Halaqa-e Durood by a new tanzeem of Hounslow (West London) it started at 11:30 with the Tilawat of the Holy Quraan than the ladies started to recite Darood-e-Pak for about 45 min.

After that qaseeda burda shareef recited together and then president sister Humaira Shakeel gave a short speech on the importance of Milad and Fazeelat-e-Darood from the books of Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri’s Milad-un-Nabi (SAW) and Fazeelat-e-Darood-o-Salam in the light of Quraan and Hadith she also answer the questions ask about the Milad-e-Paak.

The ladies who attended the blessed gathering were very pleased to be a part of such a beautiful Halaqa-e-Darood 12,900 Darood-e-Paak is been recited this time and all together from this 1st Rabi-ul-Awal the regular members of Halqa-e-Darood recited 159,700 Darood-e-Paak on our Beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW) may Allah accept it.

Under the new tanzeem sisters were encouraged to arranged Halqa-e-Darood at their homes with their families and friends and to introduce it to young girls so that we all should rebuilt a strong relation of love and respect with our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW).

At the end Salaat-o-salam and dua was made for all, it was a successful programme .

Food was served at the end to all the ladies.

Report by: Dr Amirah Raza (General Secretary, MWL Hounslow, London)

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