Having attended, on behalf of Minhaj-ul-Qur’an International (MQI) UK, the first day of the ‘Implementation meeting for the Plan of Action for Religious Leaders and Actors to Prevent Incitement to Violence that Could Lead to Atrocity Crimes’ in the United Nations Office in Vienna today, I thought I would share some of my observations, and provide a simple challenge to the readers towards the end.
Minhaj Sisters Walsall hold a study circle every Saturdays for children aged 6-13 years. The aim of these study circles is to build children's confidence and to encourage them to reconnect to Allah and the Prophet (PBUH), through basic and fun learning.
Minhaj Welfare Foundation is working with local team on the ground to ensure vital food and medical supplies reach those in need; especially women and children. The Syria crisis has been ongoing since 2011, and has affected more than 13 million people. Minhaj Welfare Foundation is committed in supporting the humanitarian efforts on the ground.
Addressing a press conference in London, PAT Chairman Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri has said that the hands of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif are bloodied with the killings of innocent people in Model Town. He said that the Prime Minister is directly involved in the Model Town carnage, asking with what face will he plead the case of the Kashmiris at the UN? He said that if the country did not earn a bad name with the Panama leaks, how will the demand for justice in the Model Town case bring it into disrepute? He clarified that we are knocking on the doors of the international institutions for justice against the government of Nawaz Sharif, not the state of Pakistan.