Muslim Youth League UK (MYL), an active UK based Islamic youth organisation, has declared an ideological war against ISIS and other terrorist groups. Issuing a 7-point declaration on the 27th of March, at an event in Glasgow, they claimed the terrorist groups have 'no link with Islam or the Muslim community'.
On Saturday 24th January 2015 Minhaj-ul-Qur'an Womens & Muslim Youth League UK Sisters organised a Mawlid entitled 'Muhammad ﷺ the Merciful'. The hall was full of guests, not an empty seat in sight Subhan'Allah! It was a bilingual Mawlid, the first half was in English for the youth and the second half in Urdu for the elder generation.
On 22nd December 2014, MYL UK – Sisters in Bradford conducted an Annual General Review of the year 2014. The purpose of holding this crucial meeting was to review our performance for the respective year, the progress we're making, the plans and vision for the future, and ultimately, finalise the core aims/objectives MYLUK – S would focus on and work according to in the upcoming year.
The Muslim Youth League UK Sisters Operational Executive team toured the country in a bid to meet 14 Area Executives and teams across the UK.
On Saturday 10th January 2015 Muslim Youth League UK (MYL UK) in partnership with Ahl-ul-Bait Society held a very unique conference entitled "Love Muhammad", which was attended by people of various sects and walks of life.
Minhaj-ul-Quran London’s Youth League once again organised and delivered, again another highly successful national 3 day spiritual retreat (youth itikaf). The event was organised and hosted by Muslim Youth League’s Syed Usman Shah Gillani and presided by Shaykh Muhammed Zeeshan Al Azhari – Director of Minhaj-ul-Quran London.