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Holocaust Memorial Day 2016

On Wednesday 26th January 2016 the Multi Faith Forum organised an event at Walsall College. It was to condemn the genocide and inhuman killings of Jews in concentration camps. Representative from different faith groups attended including representatives from the Christian Faith, Jewish Faith, Sikh Faith and Muslim Faith attended.

Say NO to Terrorism : Anti-Terrorism Seminar

Say no to terrorism was the title of the anti-terrorism seminar held on the 14th of March in the Ace Centre Nelson by PAT UK convener Sehrish Ismaeel.

Woolwich Attack Anti-Islamic & Government urged to tackle Extremism

LONDON: The attack on a British Soldier in Woolwich is an anti-Islamic act and Minhaj-ul-Quran International UK on behalf of the British Muslim community strongly condemns it.

Tackling Radicalisation of Muslim Prisoners

Unfortunately there is an over representation of Muslims in prison constituting more than 14% which is over 12,000 Muslim prisoners in Britain’s jails, whereas the Muslim population of the UK constitutes less than 4%. Mr Michael Spurr, head of the prison and probation service for England and Wales told the BBC Panorama that “there is a 'significant risk' of Muslim inmates becoming radicalised.”

MQI Manchester visit Greater Manchester Humanist Meeting

On Wednesday 12th October 2011, Shaykh Muhammad Ramadan Qadri Al Azhari (Principal of MQI Manchester) was invited to lecture at the monthly meeting of Greater Manchester Humanist society. The meeting took place in the historic ‘Manchester Friends House’ building. The Humanist Society is the national charity working on behalf of non-religious people who seek to live ethical and fulfilling lives on the basis of reason and humanity.

PAT UK celebrates Qaid Day in a unique way

To celebrate the auspicious occasion of Shaykh-ul-Islam's birthday on the 19th February Pakistan Awami Tehreek Uk distributed sweets in all major cities to the public. Attached to the sweet bag was a message wishing Dr Qadri, Ambassador of Peace a happy birthday and sharing the message of love and peace in the local community.  In the current situation with Islamphobia at its peak. An Ahadith was quoted at the back of the card stating that you are not considered a Muslim if others are not safe in your company.

MPIC hosts 3FF Interfaith Meeting at Minhaj-ul-Quran International London

Wednesday 20th July 2011 saw an interfaith event arranged by the Minhaj Peace and Integration Council (MPIC) which hosted The East London Three Faiths Forum at Minhaj-ul-Quran International London.

MPIC regularly holds such gatherings to promote peace, integration and understanding between the different faith groups that make up the diverse culture of the UK.

From Prisoner to President, Nelson Mandela was a remarkable man.

From Prisoner to President, Nelson Mandela was a remarkable man. 27 years in prison to fight for the struggle for freedom.
Only history will tell the true greatness of Nelson Mandela.  A colossus and a secular giant of man who exhumed a persona of calm, peace and tranquility as well as a saint who gave the gift of life and hope to millions.

Minhaj-ul-Quran UK representatives meet Archbishop of Canterbury and visit Lambeth Palace & Westminster Abbey

Interfaith harmony and interfaith dialogue has always been the key for a peaceful society and Minhaj-ul-Quran International has always promoted interfaith harmony at an international level. The Lambeth Palace invited Minhaj-ul-Quran UK representatives for a visit to Lambeth Palace and Westminster Abbey on 17 March 2011 and the delegation included Shaykh Sadiq Qureshi al-Azhari, Minhaj Peace and Integration Council President Abu Adam Ash-Sheerazi, and MPIC Secretary, Ishtiaq Ahmed, Minhaj-ul-Quran UK Spokesman Shahid Mursaleen and other office bearers of Minhaj-ul-Quran International UK and Muslim Youth League UK. The visit included showing around the Lambeth Palace and its explaining its historic significance. Special interest was shown in the Crypt Chapel, dating back to the thirteenth century and the oldest structure in the building.