Muslims condemn the barbaric attacks in UK

07/07/2005 (London)
Minhaj-ul-Qur`an International (MQI) UK and its associate organisation Minhaj Welfare Foundation (MWF) condemn the series of barbaric attacks in the capital of UK in the strongest form ever possible. The founding leader of MQI and MWF Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri has expressed his shock and grief and condemned the dreadful attacks in the UK.

MQI UK expressed their sympathy and grief with the families of all victims of this indiscriminate act. Our prayers are with the victims and their families of this terrible event, the Muslim community of the UK is uniting in its condemnation of these attacks.

This attack has a message to convey which is disunity and disorder; however, all communities within the UK have to stay calm and united in such a difficult and testing time.

Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri and MQI also convey their appreciation to the efforts of the well-prepared emergency services operating in London as well as the Police and other security services.

For further information, please contact the General Secretary of MQI UK, Mr A. H. Malik on 07957687013 or Media Secretary of MQI UK, Mr S. Mursaleen on 07970705927.

Shahid Mursaleen
(Media Secretary MQI UK)

Note for Editors:

Minhaj-ul-Quran International represents the Muslims of the UK with thousands of regular members from all over the UK.

Minhaj-ul-Quran International aims to create harmony between the societies with social interaction, social cultural interfaith dialogues and with the message of peace. It promotes general education for the youngsters, has welfare projects running around the world, and works for the human rights. It regularly organises conferences, seminars, and study circles for the education of youngsters and for a religious and social harmony, promoting peace and tolerance within the society.

It is active in the UK since 1992, mainly in the fields of education, welfare, religion, and social harmony, promoting peace, tolerance, and moderation. It has centres in London, Birmingham, Manchester, Nelson and Bradford with regular computer courses, weekend schools, outdoor and indoor game clubs and also advice and guidance facilities about social and personal problems. It also has libraries including books and audio/visual facilities.

Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri is founding leader Minhaj-ul-Quran International. He is a prominent Islamic scholar and authority in the Muslim world and a political leader. He is also author of more then 300 books, has delivered more then 6000 lectures at various International conferences, seminars and at universities. For further information please contact:

For further information please contact the MQI:
Minhaj-ul-Quran International
292-296 Romford Road
Forest Gate
E7 9HD