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Mega Project National tour kicks off in Luton

On Sunday 6th September 2015, the Mega project team led by Project Director Allama Afzal Saeedi along with core committee members Seerat Ali Khan and Huzaifa Al Yamani, commenced its National tour of the Mega Project from Luton. The aim of the visit was to inform all those present about the new and exciting project of Minhaj ul Quran.  The Mega Project is an exciting new initiative that will, Insha’Allah become of the largest project of Minhaj ul Quran outside of Pakistan.

Shaykh-ul-Islam briefs UK members on the MQI UK ‘Mega Project’

Having been deprived of his absence for many a month, Minhaj-ul-Qur’an London overflowed with people from all cities gathered together to spend a few but invaluable hours in the presence of Huzoor Shaykh-ul-Islam on Saturday 27th June. This meeting was held shortly after the historic launch of the Anti-Terror curriculum; the first of its kind providing academics with a resource to theologically refute any extremist or radicalistic ideologies which are becoming alarmingly popular in modern society.

Peer Naqeeb ur Rehman Sahib visits Mega Project site

On Sunday 8th September, Peer Naqeeb ur Rehman of Darbar-a-Aaliya Muhammadiya Eidgah Shareef, Rawalpindi Pakistan visited the Mega Project site in Bradford.  They were accompanied on the tour of the site with a large gathering of his followers who has come from across the Yorkshire region.

Dr Hassan Mohi-ud-din Qadri visits the Mega Project site in Bradford

On Saturday 7th June, President of Supreme Council MQI, Sahibzada Dr Hassan Mohi-ud-din Qadri Sahib visited the Mega Project site in Bradford.  After earlier delivering an inspirational talk at a Youth Peace Ambassadors summit in Shropshire, he arrived at the Mega Project site to welcome raptures and warm greeting from MQI members who travelled across the Country to greet Sahibzada Dr Hassan Qadri Sahib.   The large gathering included representative of MQI organisations from across the North of England including Glasgow and Dundee along with members of BCIG – British Council for Islamic Guidance.  Representative of Minhaj Women League include president, Sister Fatima Mash’hadi also attended with a large contingent of women.  Muslim Youth League was also represented at the welcome reception.

Shaykh-ul-Islam visits Bradford, Mega Project site

On Friday 28th June 2013, MQI Bradford was proud to host an impromptu visit by Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri.  The visit commenced with a tour of the newly acquired site, a disused industrial complex spread over 2.2acres. Insha’Allah this new site will become the heart of MQI UK and Europe, a headquarters aiding the advancement and progression of Minhaj-ul-Quran International UK.