• Minhaj Welfare Foundation helps deprived communities in the UK on Christmas
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    Minhaj Welfare Foundation’s initiated a community ‘Food Bank’ on Wednesday 24th December 2014 (Christmas Eve) in London. The main aim of the event was to highlight the ever growing concern of extreme poverty in the UK. Dawood Mash’hadi, Managing Director of MWF said: “we hope that this could be the stepping stone of many more food banks to come.”... Read more »
  • UK: MQI London holds workshop to promote peace and interfaith harmony
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    Dr Raheeq Abbasi went on to say, MQI is working for promotion of interfaith dialogue, peace and harmony in the world. He said that these ingredients were core of the Islamic message. He said that none can harm or damage MQI because of its ideology, vision and promotion of love, knowledge and peace throughout the globe between all cultures and religions.... Read more »
  • Woolwich Attack Anti-Islamic & Government urged to tackle Extremism
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    LONDON: The attack on a British Soldier in Woolwich is an anti-Islamic act and Minhaj-ul-Quran International UK on behalf of the British Muslim community strongly condemns it. President of MQI Advisory Council, Dr Zahid Iqbal said “We strongly condemn the cowardly and barbaric act which is against any notion of civilized behaviour. Our heartfelt sympathies go out to the victim and his family. The perpetrators of today's horrific killing in Woolwich have no religion and demonstrated behaviour that can only be described as inhumane and against the peaceful teachings of Islam.”... Read more »
  • Why the Denmark visit was a Miracle
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    It has been 8 years since Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri last visited Denmark and his followers and students have been working hard to organise a tour which would not only benefit the Muslim community in Denmark but also help build bridges between different faiths and youth from various ethnic backgrounds and help de-radicalise some elements of the youth.... Read more »
  • MQI Walsall & Saint John’s Church organize cultural event
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    Minhaj-ul-Quran International (Walsall) and Saint John’s Church held a national and cultural event on the occasion of Diamond Jubilee of the UK’s Queen on 4th June, 2012. The event was organized to bring all the communities together as a demonstration of peaceful co-existence and harmonious integration.... Read more »
  • ‘Peace for Humanity’ Conference 2011
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    ‘Peace for Humanity’ Conference was held in historic Wembley Arena under the banner of Minhaj-ul-Quran International UK on September 24, 2011. Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri presided over the Conference, which was also attended by human rights and peace activists, religious scholars, opinion leaders and key leaders and followers of Islam, Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, Sikhism and Buddhism.... Read more »
  • BBC News: Global Peace for Humanity Conference (Wembley Arena) The London Declaration
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    Video report of BBC News: Global Peace for Humanity Conference (Wembley Arena) The London Declaration... Read more »
  • The London Declaration for Global Peace & Resistance against Extremism 2011
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    Recent decades have seen the world’s great faith and cultural communities torn apart by misunderstandings and mistrust to such an unfortunate degree that people of good intentions towards each other are now compelled to declare their unequivocal rejection of the beliefs and activities that divide them and their unreserved embrace of the beliefs and activities that unite them.... Read more »
  • Muslim Scholar to Issue Peace Declaration
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    CAIRO – A prominent Britain-based Muslim scholar announced his plans to issue a historic global peace declaration next week in London, protesting against terrorism and educating the whole world against anti-Muslim racism and xenophobia.... Read more »
  • MQI UK representatives meet Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams in Lambeth Palace Westminster Abbey
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    Interfaith harmony and interfaith dialogue has been the key factor for a peaceful society and Minhaj-ul-Quran International has always promoted interfaith harmony at an international level. The Lambeth Palace invited Minhaj-ul-Quran UK representatives for a visit to Lambeth Palace and Westminster Abbey on 17 March 2011 and the delegation included Shaykh Sadiq Qureshi al-Azhari, Minhaj Peace and Integration Council President Abu Adam Ash-Sheerazi, and MPIC Secretary, Ishtiaq Ahmed, Minhaj-ul-Quran UK Spokesman Shahid Mursaleen and other office bearers of Minhaj-ul-Quran, Youth League and Sisters League.... Read more »
  • Minhaj Youth Delegation visits Gurdwara
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    The Faithful Friends Youth group was set up by Newhams Voluntary Network Centre (VNC). The event began with a tour of Neville Road Gurdwara in East Ham. Everyone was asked to cover their heads in the main prayer hall out of respect. The photo below is of the location where the holy book of the Sikh faith is kept.... Read more »
  • Minhaj-ul-Qur’an Students visit St Johns Church
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    Students at Minhaj-ul-Qur’an International London visited St Johns Church in Stratford (East London) as part of their interfaith work with the Faithful Friends organisation. The first visit of this project was to Minhaj-ul-Qur’an International London itself. At St Johns Church, some photos were displayed using a projector screen with the attendees being asked how important they were to them in their daily lives and whether they held any religious importance.... Read more »
  • Mayor of London visits Minhaj-ul-Quran Mosque
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    MAYOR OF LONDON Boris Johnson visited the Minhaj-ul-Quran International centre on Romford Road in London on Sunday 19th October 2008. This is the first visit the Mayor of London has made to a Muslim place of worship since his appointment to office. Mr Johnson said: “I am delighted to visit a mosque, a Muslim institution and place of worship”.... Read more »
  • Shaykh-ul-Islam speaks at community leaders event
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    Faith leaders attend interfaith event at the Minhaj ul Qur`an Mosque on Romford Road in London, United Kingdom on Thursday 18th October 2007. Faith leaders from the Faithful Friends of Newham organisation joined the interfaith dinner attended by religious, business and political leaders including chairman of the Newham Alliance of Islamic Association's Councillor Dr Zulfiqar Ali and Councillor Abdul Karim Sheikh. Some of the faith leaders included Reverend Patrick Mossap of Forest Gate Church, Father Matlub Barnabas of St Emanuel's Church in Upton Lane and Al-Haj Muhammad Siddiq chairman of Barking Muslim Association.... Read more »
  • Mosque Open Day for the general public held at Nelson UK
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    Alhamdulillahi Taala on Wednesday 16th May 2007, Jamia Masjid Minhaj-ul-Quran Nelson held a Mosque Open Day for the general public as well as members of the council. The event was the first of its kind in the Pendle area to build meaningful bridges between diverse communities, improving dialogue and understanding. The project was part of an ongoing series of community cohesion events and included exhibitions and presentations from Minhaj-ul-Quran International (MQI), Minhaj Welfare Foundation UK (MWF), East Lancs Community Action Projects (ELCAP), Pendle Community Radio (PCR) and Thinkers Forum UK, who also sponsored the event.... Read more »