Dr Hassan Mohi-ud-Din Qadri, Chairman of MQI Supreme Council, has congratulated the members, associates, office-bearers and workers of MQI on the 38th foundation day of the organization. He said that MQI has rejected baseless and misleading propaganda of lining Islam with terrorism in the light of the teachings of the Holy Quran and Sunna and told the Muslim and non-Muslim societies that Islam does not approve of terrorism.
Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri addressed a gathering of the senior female students of Minhaj College for Women that was part of intellectual training. He termed the women and girls as the future of Pakistan. He said that it is an accepted fact in the world that a society whose women and girls are educated and empowered, no power can stop such a society and a polity from moving forward.
Once again after October 2016 Rohingya is facing a massacre, but this time at a far greater scale from the Myanmar state. According to UN’s special rapporteur nearly 90,000 Rohingyans have already escaped to Bangladesh. Thousands of more are making their way across the Naf river in extremely dangerous conditions arriving at the borders of Bangladesh completely exhausted and traumatised; having not eaten for days and surviving on rain or ground water.