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MQI is a broad based Islamic organisation representing the true vision of Islam, working for peace, love, knowledge and positive integration. It promotes education of classical Islam in the contemporary context. MQI was founded by Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri in October 1980. Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri, a professor of international law and a prominent authority on Islam has authored more than 400 published works. Dr Qadri developed his organisational network in more than 90 countries in the span of just 30 years. To date, with over a thousand educational institutions we are on of the largest non-governmental organisations in the world.
MWF is on of the largest non-government international charity organisation's in the world, with a network of branches and projects in over 100 countries worldwide. It is the torch-bearer of peace, prosperity and equal human rights for all mankind, irrespective of age, gender, disability, ethnicity, religion, social background or political beliefs.
Minhaj-ul-Quran is a multi dimensional organisation working in many areas. One of the organisation's primary objectives is "Ta'aluq Billah wa Ta'aluq bir Rasool". To strengthen our relationship with Allah and his Beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW). One of the ways we have succesfully achieved this is by holding Mefil-e-Dhikr sessions. Shaykh-ul-Islam has always instructed members to set up halaqas/mehfils on a weekly basis where ever we build a base. It is through these gatherings that commenced in the UK in the mid nineties that attracted so many people to the organisation, many of whom till today remain committed workers of the organisation. Not only did these Mehfil-e-Dhikr gatherings aid spiritually but also provided its attendees with ideological clarity on the mission and and a chance to network and plan future projects.
Minhaj Dawah Project is a non-profit community based charity established to fulfil the educational, social and spiritual needs of the ever-increasing Muslims in the UK. As the number of Muslims grows in our community so, inevitably, do their social and educational needs and the nature of the problems they face.