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Al-Hidayah 2010

Annual 3-day residential retreat.

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Peace for Humanity Conference 2011

'Muhammad the Merciful': Wembley Arena, 24 September

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About Al-Hidayah

Al-Hidayah aims to educate young Muslims as to their duties and responsibillites according to Islamic principles in
order to achieve a peaceful and cohesive society. We achieve our aims through holding events and educational 
programmes and through diseeminating audio-visual media.
We have a particlar focus on countering extremist tendencies in Muslim Youth through presenting the correct Islamic 
views on subjects such as integration, jihad, and the Islamic State ('Khilafah'), and also by highlighting the true
Islamic values of peace, love and tolerance.  
Al-Hidayah relies on the teachings and thought of His Eminence Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri,
who is one of today's foremost Scholars and Authorities in Islam. He is able to present undeniable evidences and
arguments through his deep and intimate  knowlege of the authentic Islamic sources and classical authorities.
Al-Hidayah is a sub-organisation of Minhaj-ul-Qur'an International (MQI), and as such follows the MQI principles 
of peace, love and education. See www.minhaj.org and www.minhajuk.org 

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Peace For Humanity Conference 2011 - 'Muhammad the Merciful'

Wembley Arena 24 September 2011

For more information and booking please visit www.peaceforhumanity.net

This conference, organised by Minhaj-ul-Qur'an International and the Al-Hidayah team, will present the merciful and peaceful personality of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) to the wider western Muslim youth, as well as non-Muslims, and how his life and teachings are relevant to our situation today.

God Almighty Himself has conferred upon his beloved Messenger (peace be upon him) the title of ‘Mercy for Humanity’.  And, as one bestowed with this title, the Messenger’s life was a paragon of peace, love and mercy to all those around him.  He was the originator of a system of just rule that had no previous precedent, and the architect of the enlightenment and civilisation as we know it.

In spite of the above, most of humanity is either not aware of his life and works, or is steeped in misinformation and distortions about him.

This conference will bring together a selection of speakers to discuss the various aspects of the life and personality of the beloved Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), for us to remember God’s greatest favour to us, and to enlighten the public on various aspects of his life, personality and traits, in order for them to appreciate him and at the same time clarify misconceptions and misunderstandings.

This conference is a continuation of a series of conferences and residential training events that we have been hosting for the past decade (including Al-Hidayah events) in our attempt to teach and promote the moral and tolerant dimensions of Islam, especially among the youth in the West.

Media Coverage of Al-Hidayah 2010

Muslim group Minhaj ul-Quran runs 'anti-terrorism' camp


A Muslim group has opened what it calls the UK's first summer camp against terrorism.
The three-day event in Coventry is expected to see more than 1,000 young Muslims at sessions teaching religious arguments to use against extremists.
The event has been organised by the Minhaj ul-Quran to promote a fatwa, or religious ruling, against terrorism by its leader Dr Muhammad Tahir ul-Qadri.
Dr Qadri launched the fatwa in London in March.
 

Fighting Extremism: Anti-Terror Camp Opens


Muslims are taking part in the UK's first anti-terrorism summer camp as part of a "spiritual war" against Al Qaeda recruiters.
The three-day conference in Coventry is expected to attract around 1,300 young Muslims for sessions teaching religious arguments against extremists.
The event has been organised by the Pakistan-based Minhaj ul-Quran organisation whose leader, Dr Muhammad Tahir ul-Qadri, has launched a fatwa - or religious ruling - against terrorism.
 

British Muslim group organizes ‘anti-terror’ summer camp to arm kids against extremism


Coventry, England (CNN) -- Tired of Islamic terror camps grabbing headlines, a Pakistani Muslim cleric is fighting back by holding his own "anti-terror camp."
Islamic cleric Shaykh Muhammad Tahir ul-Qadri is the man behind "Al-Hidayah," an Islamic retreat at the University of Warwick, in the UK.
He preaches peace and love and tolerance -- but not for radical extremists.
 
"Al Hidayah" means guidance and the three-day retreat is billed as a summer camp for Islamic learning, especially for a younger generation. This year the focus is exclusively on fighting extremism.
 

British Muslim group organizes ‘anti-terror’ summer camp to arm kids against extremism


LONDON — A Muslim conference for youths billed as an “anti-terror” summer camp opened Saturday in Britain, with the goal of teaching students how to rebuff extremists who try to recruit them at schools and in online chat rooms.
The three-day event hopes to equip hundreds of young British Muslims with arguments from the Qur’an on how to respond to people with radical beliefs, encounters some at the camp said happen regularly.
The issue of Islamist recruiting has made steady headlines in Britain after suspects in high-profile terrorism cases were reportedly radicalized while studying at elite U.K. universities or after listening to imams who preach holy war.
 

Hundreds of Muslims attend anti-terror summer camp


COVENTRY, England — "Follow the Prophet Mohammed, don't follow bin Laden!" That was the message from an anti-terrorism summer camp led by a top scholar which attracted hundreds of young Muslims this week.
Al-Hidayah (The Guidance) was led by Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri, who earlier this year issued a fatwa, or religious ruling, against terrorism.
His message to the roughly 1,300 people attending the three-day event on a university campus in Coventry, was clear -- terrorism is anti-Islamic.
 

Muslim group Minhaj ul-Quran runs 'anti-terrorism' camp


Muslim group holds ‘anti-terrorism’ summer camp
Hundreds attend three-day al-Hidayah event at University of Warwick campus to learn how to fight arguments of extremists.
After a modest breakfast came the first choice of the day: to take part in sporting activities ranging from five-a-side football to archery, or to join the Sunday morning nature stroll around the campus. Then it was down to the serious business: a series of lectures, workshops and presentations, punctuated by prayers and countless impromptu street-corner debates.
This is al-Hidayah 2010, a three-day event that kicked off on Saturday and attended by 1,300 Muslims – mainly young men and women – that has been billed as the UK’s first anti-terror camp.
 
More media Coverage, please visit: http://www.minhaj.org/english/control/al-hidayah-News/

Shaykh-ul-Islam

Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri is the founding leader of Minhaj-ul-Quran International (MQI), an organisation with branches and centres in more than 80 countries worldwide, working for the promotion of peace and harmony between communities and the revival of spiritual endeavour based on the true teachings of Islam.

Shaykh-ul-Islam was born on February 19, 1951 in the historical city of Jhang, Pakistan. The son of a great spiritualist and intellectual of his time Al-Shaykh Dr Farid-ud-Din al-Qadri, Shaykh ul Islam was educated from a young age in both the Islamic and secular sciences simultaneously, imbued with the belief that his entire life would be devoted to the renaissance of Islam. Although he had already started his religious education under his father two years earlier, his formal classical education was initiated in Madina al-Munawwara at the age of twelve under the tutelage of the Great Medinan Scholar, Al-Shaykh Zia al-Dīn al-Madani (RA), who lived for over a hundred years.

Another of the most notable and eminent teachers of Shaykh ul Islam belonging to the Hijāz with whom he spent his early years learning knowledge of the science of Hadith, was the Great Meccan Hadith Scholar, Muhadith al-A’zam fil Hijāz, Al-Shaykh A&rsq read more

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