Minhaj-ul-Quran London formally launched its projects to support the Refugees and Homeless in the Borough at the finale of the Far from the Western Front exhibition.
Mawlid Programme 29th of January 2017 held in conjunction with MWL London & Minhaj Sisters in Plaistow / Eastham.
On Wednesday 21st December 2016, Circles of Sacred Knowledge held an event under the banner of Minhaj-ul-Quran International (London) titled Muhammad: The Most Praised ﷺ. Circles of Sacred Knowledge is a Minhaj-ul-Quran based project which was started in 2014 where weekly study circles are held at al-Madina Mosque (Barking). The circle consists of a beautiful recitation of the Holy Quran, followed by a Nasheed and then a talk by Minhaj-ul-Quran’s renowned scholar Mufti Sohail Ahmad Siddiqui al-Azhari. The session also consists of a Question and Answer session and ends with Dhikr and Salawat alan-Nabi ﷺ.
Minhaj-ul-Quran International London organized a special dinner on the arrival of Mawlid-un-Nabi ﷺ on 29 November 2016. Programme started with the recitation of Holy Quran by Qari Mehmood ul Hassan followed by salutations upon the Prophet ﷺ by renowned Naat Khawn Haji Aftab Ahmed and Nasheed by the students from MSIS (Minhaj School of Islamic Sciences)
Minhaj-ul-Quran London hosted one of the most ground breaking programmes in its centre on Saturday 11th February 2017. The mosque welcomed people from all walks of life in the Community to its Far From the Western Front Exhibition.
A children's Mawlid was organised by Minhaj Sisters London on the 18th of December.
By the grace of Allah and His Beloved salallahu alaihi wasallam, mothers and their children enjoyed an 'Afternoon of Seerah' with tilawats, nasheeds, power point presentations, talks, quizzes and games.
By the Grace of Almighty ALLAH and the blessings of The Holy Prophet (PBUH), Minhaj Women League London has organised Sayyada Zainab (SA) Conference in remembrance of Martyrs of Karbala.
The programme started with beautiful recitation of verses of Holy Quran by Sister Amina Shah and followed by melodious Na'at and Manaqibah by MWL-London's Nasheed Group.