A conference on the "Moral Excellence and Spiritual Advancement" was held in Oslo during the stay of Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri. The conference was attended by the workers of the Minhaj-ul-Quran International (MQI) and the members of the Pakistani diaspora community in a large number. The chief highlight of the event was the special address of Shaykh-ul-Islam in which he explored the process of moral and spiritual development of man.
On the 4th August, Minhaj Sisters League Oslo (Norway) arranged an exclusive sitting with the respected Dr Ghazala Hassan Qadri and respected Basima Qadri. The invited guests comprised of the sisters who are working actively in one of the forums of Minhaj-ul-Quran Oslo and those who are affiliated with MQI.
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.