Dr Hassan Mohi-ud-Din Qadri has said that to forgive, endure and love is the blessed Sunna of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him). He said that the only way to save the new generation from being led astray is to act upon the teachings of the Prophet (PBUH). He said that love of the holy Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) is the first precondition to understand the religion. He said that there is a dire need of the hour that one understands the purpose of the raising of the Holy Prophet (PBUH), acts upon his teachings and stays steadfast in the process.
Minhaj-ul-Quran Women League Gujranwala had organised a well- managed and well equipped organizational training workshop under the instructions of their General Secretary central Punjab Anila Ilyas. Mrs Anila Ilyas and Mrs Gulshan Irshad were the Master Trainers from central team of Minhaj-ul-Quran Women League. The program started with the recitation of by Hafiza Robina.
PAT organized a seminar to mark International Labour Day on May 1st at the central secretariat, which was presided over by senior PAT leader Dr Hassan Mohi-ud-Din Qadri. In his presidential address, Dr Hassan said that the rulers who have set up offshore companies are enemies of the workers, farmers and labourers. He said that if the people did not rise for their rights, the predatory ruling elite will gobble up whatever is left. He said that the labourers of Chicago rendered sacrifices against the state barbarism and the PAT workers also stood up against the state oppression and highhandedness.
The 12th annual mass marriage ceremony was held in the playground in front of the MQI secretariat on April 3, 2016. Twenty-five Muslim, Christian and Hindu couples tied the knot in the ceremony. Necessary household items of worth Rs. 1.5 lacs were gifted to every bride. The proceedings of the mass marriage ceremony got underway with the recitation of the holy Quran followed by Naat.
A PLANNING committee has thrown its backing behind an Islamic organisation's ambitious plans for a major new development in Great Horton, Bradford. The proposals would see the building of a new mosque with two 30m high minarets, as well as a boarding and day school, sports halls, shops, a cafe, a community centre and an Islamic garden at Lane Close Mills, Bartle Lane.