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Mount Kilimanjaro Trek 2011

Asalaam alaikum

I hope everyone is well.

I am taking part in the Mount Kilimanjaro Trek in September insha'Allah to raise money for orphans through Minhaj Welfare Foundation.

It is in aid of Aghosh - an orphanage being built in Pakistan for more than 500 orphans that have been affected by last years devastating floods, it will be equipped with full facilities to cater for all their emotional, social, physical, spiritual and academic needs.

I decided to take up the challenge of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro despite not usually being a very active person at all! My strong desire and passion to help orphan children is what drives me to take part in such challenges.

Gosha-e-Darood Mehfil in London

Assalaam o Alaikum,

We hope you are in good health and best state of Imaan.

We are pleased to inform you that MQI London's Annual Gosha-e-Darood programme will be held on:

Date: 26th April 2008

Time: 07:30

Venue: Minhaj Ul Qur'an London, 292-296 Romford Road, London, Forrest gate, E7 9HD

Speakers: Special Lecture by:

[b]His Eminence Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri [/b]

Na'at Khawan: Muhammad Milad Raza Qadri and others

For further information please contact:

MQI-London idara@btconnect. com
Tel: 0208 257 1786

Please forward this information to all your family and friends.


Imam Mahdi (AS) and the End of Time




Orders maybe placed at from today. Please note that this is to pre-book a copy at a discounted rate of £3.95 inc standard delivery. THIS OFFER WILL ONLY BE AVAILABLE UNTIL 5th JANUARY 2008.

Orders will be processed and posted on the 12th of January to all those who pre-order their copies

Driving tips please..!

salaam all

my practical driving test should be coming up soon and if anyones got any tips/advice....because its my 1st test...n im hoping i only need this one chance 2 pass lol

p.s. driving is a sensitive area for me...i just want it over n done with!!!! lol n i know some sisters feel the every little helps!!


What do you think of when you hear the words “Muslim Woman”?

Do you think of a religious woman with rights and freedom of choice?
Or do you think of an oppressed woman who has no choice in any aspect of her life and is simply ruled by the tyrant rulers of Islam?

It is a sad fact that most people today would admit to the second suggestion.

I am a Muslim woman but I don’t feel that way - so where have all these misconceptions and misunderstandings come from?