MQI North America Houston Chapter Presents 'Quran and the Esteemed Status of The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)', 'Urdu' By Shaykh-ul-Islam ... Saturday, September 10, 2011
(For entry, please bring your registration tickets)
Cullen Performance Hall,
University of Houston
4800 Calhoun Road, Houston, TX 77004
Saturday, September 10th, 2011
Registration - 7:00 PM
Program - 8:00 PM - 10:30 PM
(For those who will register online, boxed dinner will be served after the event)
The program will be broadcast live on minhaj.tv and minhajusa.tv
Seats are limited, register early to reserve your seat.
Registration fees, online or at the gate, is $10 per person. Due to administrative reasons, meals will only be served to those who'll register in advance online. Children under 3 may be accompanied free, but seats and meals could not be reserved for the unregistered children.
If you would like to register by paying cash please call (281) 622-0482 or (713) 487-7087.And those who would prefer to pay by check, please mail your checks to following address by attaching a note mentioning "Registration for Houston Lecture" and putting your name, email and contact number:P.O. Box 700551, Dallas, Texas 75370-0551 U.S.A
To make your stay economical and comfortable group rates have been negotiated. Please click on this link to make the Hotel reservation:
Put Group Code: TAH
Since seats are limited, please make travel arrangement only after you have done your registration and reserved your seat.
If you have any question, please feel free to call
Nasir Khan: (281) 622-0482
Sharjeel Ahsan: (713) 487-7087
Web Site: http://www.minhajusa.org
The nominal registration fee for this event is being charged by the local chapter to meet the administrative costs of the event and to provide meals to the attendees. Shaykh Sayyedi Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr. Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri has never taken and would never take any compensation to deliver his lectures or to cover his travel costs. He also does not take any compensation from the sales of his books and CDs/DVDs. All his work for Minhaj-ul-Quran is ‘Fi Sabeel Allah’."