Minhaj ul Quran International Women’s League London’s “sewing school” which teaches basic sewing skills to beginners and develops techniques of those who can already sew has been running effectively since summer 2011. The class takes place every Sunday morning between 10am and 12am.
28 April 2012 marked the 5th yearly (60 month) ghosha-e-darood at MQI, London. Simultaneously, Quran-khaani took place for the isal-e-sawab for the late mother of Ameer-e-Tahreek UK, Zahoor Ahmed Niazi. Many distinguished guests including prominent media and press dignitaries were among the attendees.
Upon the arrival of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) the young girls of the Ansaar sang, the renowned nasheed, ‘Tala al Badru Alaina’ to welcome the Prophet (S.A.W.) into their city. With the intention of following this tradition, the Muslim Youth League Sisters in Newham, London started a nasheed course on Friday 15th January.
On Saturday 20th August 2011, the award ceremony for The Minhaj Summer School was held at the Minhaj-ul-Quran International centre in London. Students received certificates, awards and trophies for participating in the course. This year the course was unique in the sense that it was managed by the Muslim Youth League Sisters in Newham London, which resulted in a new refreshing attitude based around making Islamic education easy and fun to learn.
On Wednesday 1st February 2012 the Muslim Youth League in London arranged an event with the Harun Yahya team. The event was presented by Shaykh Abdul Basit Al Azhari. The evening commenced with Quranic recitation by brother Ahmad Raza. This was followed by Hamd by brother Ansar. The MYL brothers’ Nasheed group then sang the praise of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
On the eve of the New Year celebrations 31st December 2011, MYL UK (London) held a New Year’s Dhikr evening with many distinguished speakers and nasheed performers.
HUNDREDS of devout Muslims flocked to the Minhaj-ul-Quran International (London) Centre in Forest Gate and paid homage to the sacred relics of Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.).
The event Halaqa al-Salat alan Nabi literally Service for the Offering of Salutations upon the Prophet (S.A.W.) marked its 50th anniversary. The golden jubilee of its inception was marked on Saturday 25th July 2011. Hundreds of devout Muslims paid visitation and respect to nine sacred relics of Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.). This appears to be the first such gathering in the UK where numerous blessed hairs of Prophet Muhammad were displayed together in one event. The visitation service commenced from late evening and continued until dawn.