Deputy Chairman of the Minhaj University Lahore (MUL) Dr Hussain Mohi-ud-Din Qadri has said when the Islamic world was at the pinnacle of its glory, its rulers used to build libraries instead of palaces and its scholars spent most of their time in book reading and knowledge creation.
Minhaj Sisters UK organised its very first National Nasheed Competition at the Minhaj College Manchester on 27th January 2019. Competitors came from all over the UK including London, the Midlands, Bradford, Sheffield, Manchester, and some all the way from the icy hills of Scotland. The programme opened with a beautiful recitation of the Holy Quran by Sister Rabiyah Rafeeq from Glasgow, followed by the participants performing nasheeds in various languages.
Chairman Supreme Council Dr Hassan Mohi-ud-Din Qadri has said that Islam urges its followers to share the joys and grief of their fellow human beings. He said that the Minhaj Welfare Foundation (MWF) has kept the concept of the respect of humanity alive, which is the fundamental principle of the Islamic brotherhood and the MWF chapters across the country arrange collective marriage ceremonies in which the girls belonging to the poor households are married.
Young scholar of Minhaj-ul-Quran International Qasim-ul-Qadri who is the son of Allama Hafiz Nazir Ahmed Qadri (European Ambassador of Minhaj-ul-Quran) visited Northampton UK from 10th January to 13th January. In this visit he addressed many programs and had some very important meetings.