The learning of knowledge is obligatory on every Muslim. Given the multiple engagements that vie for time, it has become very difficult for people to spare time for knowledge. Plus, social media has emerged as a medium for the dissemination of information and knowledge. It is also a fact that a lot of misleading material is also circulating on social media platforms with the result that the young generation is increasingly getting confused and being misled about many things. In these circumstances, Minhaj-ul-Quran International has formally launched a Fahm-e-Deen project via social media to propagate correct understanding of the religious teachings.
In the meeting with MWL UK executive team in Birmingham, Dr Ghazala Qadri was briefed on the annual progress of MWL UK's working and achievements by the relevant Zonal Presidents. Dr Ghazala commended their work and provided guidance for further projects. She said that despite challenges and hindrances, the working of sisters with such commitment and hard work is appreciable.
Minhaj Interfaith and Welfare Foundation dispatched relief material including food grains,portable water, ready-to-eat food items, clothes, candles and items of sanitation to flood affected areas of Konkan. The first batch carrying 8 tonnes of relief material reached Chiplun after an arduous journey on July 28.
President Minhaj-ul-Quran International Dr Hussain Mohi-ud-Din Qadri attended the Doha Forum on a special invitation of the Forum's organizers. He presented his work about economics and environmental pollution to various renowned leaders and economists around the globe. Doha Forum is a global platform for dialogue that brings policy leaders, thinkers, intellectuals and academicians together to discuss critical challenges facing our world, and to build innovative and action-driven networks.