With the Mercy of Allah, and the grace of The Beloved Prophet ﷺ Minhaj-ul-Quran International Women League London held the launch of the ‘Definition of Love, Mercy and Compassion’ events and held a certificate ceremony for the students of the Legality of Mawlid course. It began with Sister Samina Saddiqa hosting along with the opening address to all sisters. Then, a senior Minhaj-ul-Quran London sister Zarida Shafiq recited The Holy Quran in a melodious voice along with the translation of the Blessed Ayahs. She further explained the importance of reading The Quran, with correct pronunciation and Tajweed.
Minhaj-ul-Quran Women League London organised a candle-light vigil on the 16th of December 2016 in honour of all the victims of the terror attacks globally. Many sisters at the event lit candles and expressed their views.
On 1st November a workshop was held for MQI UK Members facilitated by the RCC (Regional Co-ordination Council) for South Zone; Shahid Iqbal (President) and Asim Akram (General Secretary) with the President of MQI UK, Syed Ali Abbas Bukhari sb also in presence.
With the mercy of Allah, and the grace of the Beloved Prophet (s) Minhaj-ul-Quran International Women League London held a Muharram event. It began with Sehrish Jaffar hosting along with the opening address to all sisters. Then, a young Minhaj-ul-Quran London student Muhammad Hassan recited the Holy Quran. Furthermore, Aneesa Tanveer, on behalf of Muslim Youth League Sisters London, welcomed guests and called Hafiza Amina Hussain for Tilawat and Fatimah Siddiqui for the translation of the blessed words. Sister Amna Ajmal welcomed Arham Shahzad to recite praise upon the beloved Prophet (SAW).
Minhaj Women Community Projects Team London held a 'Coffee Morning' for ladies in their local area. The aim was to sit relax and have coffee while networking with women from all different faiths within the community.
This was from the Book (Gayatul-ijabah-fe-manaqibil-Qarabah). The course was for 4 weeks, it commenced on the 8/10/2015 and completed on the 29/10/2015.
On the 24th October, Muslim Youth League (Brothers) London, of the famous Minhaj ul Qur’an organised a trip to visit possibly the world’s oldest known manuscript of the Qur’an. People from all over the world from countries as far as New Zealand have travelled to see this remarkable manuscript of the Qur’an.