Minhaj-ul-Quran International UK (Bradford) was invited to participate in an event that aimed at strengthening good interfaith relations, increasing awareness of different faiths and building an understanding between people of religious and non-religious beliefs. Diverse supplementary schools from across the Bradford District joined together to take part in celebrating the cultural diversity of the people of Bradford.
On the 13th Ramadhan, Saturday 18th June 2016, Minhaj Ul Quran Women League, (Valby), organized a conference in the memory of Syeda Fatima Zahra (RA). The gathering was attended by a large number of ladies and children from the surrounding areas. The programme began in the usual manner with the recitation of the Holy Quran, which was done by a young student of Minhaj-ul-Quran, Zoyah Ali and Mubashir Zaheer Ahmed. Hamd Sharif was recited by Shabana Ahmed whilst Romana Kiani and Aishah Iram Ahmed all recited praises on the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW).
On Saturday 18 June 2016, Minhaj Women League UK, Bradford, organised an Iftar party in collaboration with Minhaj Welfare Foundation (MWF), in aid of raising funds for hand pumps in poor countries and the Aghosh Orphan home in Pakistan. The event began with brother Adnan Sohail introducing the purpose of the gathering before inviting Hafiz Mudassar Raja to bless the gathering with the recitation of the Holy Qur'an. Various brothers, including Nasir Karim, then recited the praise of the Beloved Prophet (SAW).
PAT (Denmark) arranged a ceremony to celebrate the foundation day of the party. The event was attended by people belonging to various walks of life, members of the Pakistani community, representatives of Kashmir Forum and Pakistan Study Circle, the office bearers of MQI Denmark chapter and renowned journalist Sohail Warraich. Addressing the ceremony, Sohail Warraich said that the political struggle of Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri and PAT is matchless. He said that the sacrifices offered by the PAT workers would leave a deep imprint on the present as well as the future.