On the 25th of March 2012, Muslim Youth League Birmingham organised the first of a series of events reflecting on the lives and teachings of the luminaries of the Islamic scholastic tradition.

In the context of the blessed month of Rabi' uth-Thani (the second Spring), the Sultan of the Saints event was held in the blessed memory of the Spiritual Pole, the venerable Shaykh Abdul Qadir al-Jilani R.A. may Allah sanctify his lofty secret.

On 5th and 6th November the MYL Birmingham sisters held a Chand Raat at MQI Birmingham; the activities ranged from mehndi artists, including sisters Tabbasum Nazneen and Nasrin Khan, and a muffin stall by Sister Saira Parveen.

On Saturday the 14th of May 2011, the much anticipated event ‘Understanding the Reality of Iman’ took place in Ghamkol Shareef Mosque, Birmingham.

The main speakers of this event were Sister Faiza Sethi Qadri from London and Sister Ghazala Hassan Qadri from Canada. Sisters from all over the UK attended this event to be in the company of our esteemed guests and scholars to hear their words of wisdom and benefit from them.

Minhaj-ul-Quran International (Walsall) & Methodist churches from Pleck & Bentley organised a ‘get-together’ event at Aboretum Park on Wednesday 16th August 2017. The members of the local community participated along with people of both faiths.

Minhaj-ul-Quran International, Walsall held a “Laylat-ul-Qadr” Mehfil on Wednesday 21st July 2017. Following the Taraweeh prayer a speech was given by Allama Ali Akbar Qadri Sahib which stressed the importance of establishing a link with the Quran so that we may be able to succeed as it is a comprehensive guide containing advice for all aspects of life.

On 31st January 2019 Minhaj Sisters were invited to St. Paul's Church Walsall as a recognition of our interfaith work . This meeting was to meet Faith minister Lord Bourne of Aberystwyth. A new initiative called Walsall For All was set up to bring communities together.

Every year millions of pilgrims travel all the way to Saudi Arabia to perform hajj, the obligatory pilgrimage upon every able Muslim. Performed on the last month of the Islamic calendar, Hajj is embedded with many symbolic acts of love and worship. As Muslims it is important that we understand the significance and meaning of this blessed pilgrimage. With this in mind Minhaj ul Quran Women League Walsall held an event entitled ‘Hajj: The journey of love’ focussing specifically on the history and significance of Hajj. 

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