Miraj-un-Nabi SAW held by MWL London

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On Sunday 18th May 2014, Minhaj-ul-Quran International – Women League London, held a Meraj-un-Nabi (P.B.U.H) gathering in order to celebrate the blessed night when Almighty Allah had invited Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) to visit and talked with very nearer distance as mentioned in the Glorious Qur'an :"Then a distance measuring only two bow-lengths was left (between Allah Unveiled and His Esteemed Beloved), or even less than that (in extreme nearness)" (Irfan -ul- Quran, Surat An-Najm : 53:9).

It was organized at the Minhaj-ul-Quran London.

It was an honour for MWL as the main Urdu speech was delivered by Sister Sehrish Mobeen (Aalamiyah M.A Arabic,asha-ha-dut-ul-Alimah)

She said that in The Holy Quran there is an Ayath in which Almighty Allah informs us: "So surely ease (comes) with every hardship"(Irfan -ul- Quran, Sura ash-Sharh : 94:5)

The event was presented and commenced by Sister Safeena Naseer and Sister Nusrath Mahmood.

The gathering started with Tilawat, recitation of the Holy Quran by sister Haafiza Sayyeda Mehmoona Bukhari. This was followed by narration of nasheeds of the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) by sister Haafiza Sayyeda, Mariam Noor Hussain and many other sisters. Children named Khateeja, Umme  Aimen, young boy Mohammad Salmaan and many other actively participated in the narration of nasheeds of the Holy Prophet(P.B.U.H).

This was followed by a short speech by Mrs Amna Ajmal and Mrs Madiha Zeeshan on the importance of Meraj-un-Nabi (P.B.U.H). Sister Bismah Ali gave a short but descriptive English speech on Meraj-un-Nabi (P.B.U.H)

This was a very successful programme. It was ended with Salam which was beautifully read by Sister Jannat-ul-firdose and group. This was followed by Dua by Mrs Nusrath Mahmood and Sister Asma Murtaza.

The guests were gifted with Shaykh-ul- Islam’s lecture CD’s and DVD’s by Minhaj Dawah Project representatives who had set up a stall. Food served for all the sisters who attended the gathering.

Reported by: Azmath Aijaz, Minhaj Women League UK

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