With the Grace of Allah and His Beloved Prophet (S.A.W.), Minhaj Women’s League, Walthamstow London set up a stall at the Noor ul Islam Summer Fete which took place in The Leyton Youth Centre on the 29th and 30th June 2013.
By the grace of Allah (S.W.T.) and the blessings of the Holy Prophet (S.A.W.), the annual Mi’raj-Un-Nabi conference was held on 5 June 2013 under the banner of Minhaj-ul-Quran International, London. The Conference consisted of two sessions; first session started at 19:30 hrs and finish at 23:00 hrs. The second session stated at 00:30 hrs with Salaat-ul-Tasbeeh and finished at ‘Sehri’, where Sehri was also served to the people who wanted to fast. A large number of people including many distinguished guests were amongst the attendees.
By the grace of Almighty Allah, 5th Annual Charity fun day was organised on Sunday 26th May 2013 under the banner of Minhaj-ul-Quran International London Women’s League. The programme started at 1230 and finished at 1700 hrs. A large number of families including children participated in the fun day and everyone enjoys the event thoroughly as there were activities for all ages. At the end of the event there was very positive feedback from the participants, who said they were waiting for this event. It was a great success for Minhaj Women League London and local community supported the events very well.
On Friday 31st May approximately 50 students from Minhaj School of Islamic Sciences (MSIS), as well as some 30 volunteers including teaching staff and parents, teamed up with UK charity Minhaj Welfare Foundation (MWF) to conduct a sponsored charity walk for the HelpFeed project. Participants covered 2.8 miles in order to raise awareness of global hunger and poverty. Setting off from East Ham Station at 11am, children walked to the Minhaj-ul-Quran centre on Romford Road in Forest Gate via Barking Road and Green Street. The selected route was deliberately chosen by organisers in order to reflect the daily journeys of millions of children in Africa who walk 2.8 miles every day in search of clean water.
Muslim Youth League Sisters from Newham and Waltham Forest collaborated and have been making themselves seen and heard at the University of East London (UEL) during the Fresher’s Fair week commencing on Monday 17th September 2012.