The booklet starts with the heading ‘Traits of Islam’ that encompasses ‘Love, mercy, compassion, kindness, liberalness, tolerance, benevolence, forgiveness, forbearance, altruism, charity, peace, moderation. These aforementioned traits have been spotlighted throughout the book in light of the traditions of the beloved Prophet (pbuh). The booklet is comprised of two parts. Part one, having around 100 articles – gives information about the birth of the Prophet (pbuh), and importantly a general description of his personality.
Keynote speaker of the day one was Dr Ghazala Hassan Qadri who beautifully talked on the topic of "Ways to Allah". She said if a servant walks towards Allah (SWT), He (SWT) comes running to him, if a servant does the zikr of Allah on the earth, He (SWT) talks about him on "Arsh". Dr Ghazala Hassan Qadri further said that we all are in the state of I'tikaf. We have to ask for forgiveness from Allah (SWT) and promise to become a better version of ourselves.
Food ration was distributed among thousands of the deserving people under the banner of Minhaj Welfare Foundation. Country Director Syed Amjad Ali Shah distributed the food bags among the low-income families, widows and the deserving people along with MQI Secretary-General Khurram Nawaz Gandapur.
The COVID-19 pandemic and deteriorating economic situation globally has pushed many of those most vulnerable even deeper into extreme poverty. Besides the tragic toll on human life, with countries shutting their borders and doing quarantines, economies have taken a huge hit.