The monthly spiritual gathering was held at the central secretariat of MQI. Durood, greetings and salutations to the tune of 20 billion were presented in the court of the beloved Prophet (pbuh). The proceedings of the ceremony got underway with the recitation of the Holy Quran followed by Naat recitations that Obaidullah Chishti, Zainul Abidin Wattoo, Syed Ali Hasnain Shah, Hafiz Aqeel Ahmad Qadri and others had the honour to present.
President MWL Pakistan Dr. Farah Naz exclusively talked at a one-day workshop on the topic of "Modest Fashion", organized by Minhaj Halal Pakistan. Speaking to the audience, Dr. Farah Naz said that everything that benefits a human being socially, economically, culturally or scientifically is 'Halal' (permissible) and anything that's harmful for oneself and others is Haram. She said that Islam as "Deen" is a complete conduct of life that gives a particular identity to Muslims in order to live their lives in accordance with the Islamic values.
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.
Minhaj College Manchester presents the "Living Legacy Festival" to be held on Saturday 20th November in UK. Special Guest & Keynote Speaker: Shaykh Hammad Mustafa al-Madani al-Qadri. This will be a unique event with entertainment, nasheeds along with talks from distinguished scholars from around the world.