The first ever European al-Hidayah Camp, organized by Minhaj-ul-Qur’an International Norway in the first weekend of August, placed extremism and radicalization on the agenda. More than 450 European Muslim Youth across the Europe emerged with the message of peace, reconciliation and dialogue.
On the 19th July (10th Ramadan), MYL Norway invited brothers and sisters to yearly Iftar dinner at the local Minhaj-ul-Quran centre in Oslo. The theme of this event was “Repentance – A way to Allah”. Nearly 150 people, brothers and sisters, attended this dinner, where Allama Nasir Ali Awan was the main speaker, along with one brother and one sister from MYL Norway
Minhaj Reconciliation Council (Norway) organized an Iftar dinner on August 25, 2011, which was attended by a large number of non-Muslim leaders of various communities. The proceedings of the dinner got underway with the recitation from the Holy Quran by Allama Sadaqat Ali Qadri. Iqra Mustaq, Iqra Ijaz and Iqra Iqbal of Sheema Naat Council had the honour to recite Naat on the occasion.
June 17 was a heart-rending day when state terrorism was committed in the broad daylight at the behest of the Punjab government in which 14 people were killed mercilessly and over 125 people were injured with live bullets. This unprovoked massacre of innocent, and unarmed civilians by the government’s authorities drew widespread condemnation from across the Pakistani diaspora.