Minhaj-ul-Quran International wishes to express its strong distaste of the vilification by the Daily Mail on 7 and 8 August of Dr Joel Hayward, a well-regarded scholar who serves as Strategic Policy Advisor to Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri, founder and patron of Minhaj-ul-Quran International. We wish to express in the strongest terms our unreserved support [...]
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The Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) has formally recognized Minhaj-ul-Quran International and granted a ‘Special Consultative Status’ to the organisation. Minhaj-ul-Quran was recommended by the Committee on NGOs at its 2011 regular session and formally recognized during the UN Annual session. Minhaj-ul-Quran International is founded by the prominent authority on Islam who made headlines for [...]
Minhaj-ul-Quran international UK (MQI UK) is holding an anti-radicalism conference at Queen Mary, University of London today at 8pm to discuss the issue of growing extremism at British Universities, the Islamic Political System, Democracy and Freedom of speech. A video-clip will also be presented about how radicalism is perceived in the West.
MQI UK spokesman and event organiser Shahid Mursaleen said that “We have organised this seminar to highlight the current issue of youth radicalisation at British Universities, which has for long been ignored. We have for a very long time been frustrated by the fact that extremist groups have been allowed to infiltrate British universities and mosques to promote a message of hatred like Anjem Choudry’s hate-drama of last week”
Spokesman of MQI UK Shahid Mursaleen said that ” Anjem Choudary must understand that freedom of expression in Britain is not a license for people to be irresponsible. Anjem Choudary and Al-Muhajiroun have definitely NOT got the authority to speak about Islam.”
OREST Gate’s Minhaj-ul-Quran International UK centre today says it “strongly condemns” the planned march by an “extremist group” at Wootton Bassett whose town folk who have turned out in their hundreds to honour fallen British servicemen as their coffins arrive from Iraq and Afghanistan.
Minhaj-ul-Quran, based on Romford Road, whose stated vision is to promote religious moderation, peace, love, harmony and modern Islamic sciences pays tribute to the dead British soldiers.
Spokesperson Shahid Mursaleen said he urges Prime Minister Gordon Brown to take “necessary steps” to ban the protest march “as it will only create trouble and fuel hate crime against innocent law abiding British Muslims” and put the leaders under house-arrest.
24-07-2005 The event of July 21st was shocking and gave a clear indication that the British people are still not safe. The Muslims are shocked to see the shooting of innocent individual by the Police. We sympathise with the family of the innocent man who is killed. The solution of hunting terrorists is not to [...]