Posts Tagged ‘minhaj’

Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri tackles terrorism at World Economic Forum

This week Davos is hosting the World Economic Forum with more than 6000 international personalities attending from the world of politics, economics and business. This year international terrorism is high on its agenda. WEF will discuss ways of combating international terrorism with experts on Thursday 27 January 2011. The founder of Minhaj-ul-Quran International, Dr Muhammad [...]

Posted by admin on January 27th, 2011 under Events Tags: , , , ,  •  Comments Off

Muslim summer camp preaches ‘anti-terror’ message

It’s the summer camp with a difference. No whittling of sticks or food on the open fire. Warwick University this weekend is the venue for what is billed as the UK’s first anti-terrorism camp and the BBC has been along to find out why so many Muslims turned up. Inside the lecture hall, you could [...]

Posted by admin on August 8th, 2010 under Media Coverage Tags: , , ,  •  Comments Off

Chaos over government counter-terrorism plans

By Marcus Dysch, August 5, 2010 The concerns were aired ahead of this weekend’s first major Muslim grassroots event in Britain aimed specifically at tackling Islamist extremism and terrorism. The moderate Minhaj-ul-Quran UK group will train more than 1,000 young British Muslims to recognise extremism in their own communities.

Posted by admin on August 5th, 2010 under Media Coverage Tags: , , ,  •  Comments Off

700 Youth told to reject extremist ideology at a JIHAD conference

[Monday, 21 June 2010] BRADFORD: A JIHAD conference with the title ‘JIHijackAD’, organised by Muslim Youth League UK, a youth forum of Minhaj-ul-Quran International UK, demolishes extremist ideology attended by 700 British youth across the UK. The keynote speaker Mr Hassan Mohi-ud-Din Qadri gave a comprehensive talk on the concept of Jihad and urged the [...]

Posted by admin on June 21st, 2010 under Press Releases Tags: , , ,  •  Comments Off

Some experts see fatwa as significant blow to terrorist recruiting

Islamabad, Pakistan (CNN) — A fatwa, or religious ruling, issued this week is roiling theological waters after it took aim at those notorious for targeting others: terrorists. The anti-terrorism fatwa by renowned Muslim scholar Muhammad Tahir ul-Qadri pulled no punches, declaring that terrorism was “haraam,” or forbidden by the Quran, and that suicide bombers would [...]

Posted by admin on March 4th, 2010 under Media Coverage Tags: , ,  •  5 Comments

Muslim scholar’s fatwa condemns terrorism

London, England (CNN) — A Muslim scholar has issued a fatwa, or religious ruling, that says suicide bombers are destined for hell. Muhammad Tahir ul-Qadri condemned terrorism and criticized Islamic extremists who cite their religion to justify violence.

Posted by admin on March 4th, 2010 under Media Coverage Tags: , ,  •  Comments Off

Historic Anti-Terrorism Fatwa to be launched in Westminster today

LONDON: The launch of a fatwa, or religious decree, by a renowned Islamic scholar who is seen as an authority on Islam,  unreservedly condemning terrorist attacks and suicide bombers is to be held today, 2 March in Westminster.

Posted by admin on March 2nd, 2010 under Media Coverage Tags: , , ,  •  2 Comments

Mosques play key role in raising awareness about hepatitis C

Shahid Mursaleen, spokesman for ­Minhaj-ul-Quran, a mosque and Muslim community association in east London, praised Foster’s team for the way they have reached out to local people. “In his Friday sermons, our imam has included information about hepatitis and has encouraged people to get tested,” ­Mursaleen says. “He says that if people are in good physical health they will reap the spiritual benefits. Some of the people who tested positive have been treated and are well now. It is our duty to work with the NHS on this.”

Posted by admin on February 10th, 2010 under Media Coverage Tags: , , ,  •  Comments Off

Muslims know a fatwa can support peace rather than terrorism

The majority of right-minded Muslims in the world condemn terrorism and accept that it has no link with Islam. Unfortunately there are some elements within society that remain silent on this issue and this can be construed as a tacit approval of these atrocities. Moreover, there are others that attempt to justify it by focusing [...]

Posted by admin on January 20th, 2010 under Media Coverage Tags: , , , ,  •  2 Comments

Muslim Groups damning report against terrorism

A BRITISH Muslim group has issued a fatwa on suicide bombers for being “un-Islamic”.

East London Sufi organisation Minhaj-ul-Quran launched a damning 600-page report today condemning terrorism. The report, expected to help fight UK extremism, says: “Islam does not permit such acts on any excuse, reason or pretext.”

Posted by admin on January 18th, 2010 under Media Coverage Tags: , , ,  •  Comments Off