Muslim Youth League UK Sisters held the 4th National 3-day Spiritual Retreat on the weekend commencing 24th July 2015 at Minhaj ul Quran centre, London. It was certainly a sight to see as sisters from across the country had travelled to London despite prolonged traffic delays and dismal weather conditions to participate in the voluntary i’tikaf taking place throughout the weekend. MYLUK – S General Secretary, Misbah Wahid welcomed the participants of the retreats. A collective intention was also made for a voluntary i’tikaf.
With the grace of Allah Almighty and the Wasila of the Beloved Prophet (SAW) Minhaj-ul-Quran Women League London held an Iftar Dinner on 12th July with President Minhaj-ul-Quran Women League UK Ustada Fatima Mash'hadi and her team at Al-Noor Restaurant Forest Gate London.
With the grace of Allah and His Beloved Prophet (SAW) Minhaj Women League London set up a stall at Noor ul Islam Summer Fete in Leyton. With guidance from President Minhaj ul Quran Women League London and the team they were able to make it very successful with the necessary arrangements of booking and setting up stalls to attract new members. This attracted many from different tracks of life to find out the works of Minhaj ul Quran International.
Minhaj-ul-Quran Women League London organised first time Dars-e-Quran throughout the month of Ramadan under the guidance of Sister Rukhsana Sarfraz (president MWL London) where reading of The Holy Quran along with translation was organised and held by Sister Asma Murtaza and Sister Zareeda Shafique. Mashallah women from different areas such as Forest Gate, Manor Park and Ilford attended these Dars-e-Quran at a regular base. All Sisters who attended were very happy and they wanted to continue this Dars-e-Quran sessions.
The world recently witnessed the tragic incident in Tunisia in which a number of British citizens lost their lives at the hands of a brutal terrorist whilst enjoying their annual summer vacation. This heart breaking event inspired Minhaj-ul-Qur’an International UK ( MQI UK) to hold a community Iftar (opening of fast), a gathering to bring the people of Newham together in community cohesion, and a collective prayer for peace in remembrance of the victims of the terrorist attack in Tunisia.