Category: "Messages of support"

Ban Ki-Moon Secretary General United Nations

I am pleased to send greetings to the Minhaj-ul-Quran International Peace for Humanity Conference. Your activities are also relevant to global efforts to respond to the threat posed by terrorism. Muslims have been among those hardest-hit by this scourge. At the same time, a very small minority of Muslims have perverted their faith to justify [...]

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Shaykh al Azhar, Professor Dr. Muhammad Ahmed al-Tayyib (Grand Imam of Al-Azhar University)

Peace for Humanity is the most urgent and dire need of our time. No nation or community can fulfil the requirements of this huge task alone. It requires a community or global organisations working for peace, together. The grand institution of Al-Azhar and its graduates all over the world (World Association for Azhar Graduates) have [...]

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Dr. Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, Secretary General of OIC

“It gives me great pleasure to learn that the Minhaj-ul-Quran International UK will be hosting its first international conference under the theme “Peace for Humanity” on September 24, 2011.It is encouraging to note that the Conference would be deliberating on promoting peace, tolerance and religious moderation with the British Islamic Community. This is in confirmity [...]

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David Cameron, British Prime Minister

Faith communities have important role in striving for the public good and creating the Big Society – a society in which people come together, and work collaboratively to improve their communities and neighbourhoods. I commend Minhaj-ul-Quran’s active engagement with communities, including with so many young people. Championing the values of peaceful coexistence, tolerance and equality [...]

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Nick Clegg, British Deputy Prime Minister

Conference, Dr. Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri. I am delighted to have the opportunity to send this message to you today. We’re not living in easy times, troubles in the economy, over the summer riots on our streets, continued upheaval across the Arab world. Events that history shows can lead to tensions within our own society. That can [...]

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Ed Miliband, Leader of the Opposition

It’s a privilege for me to be able to send a message to your Peace and Humanity Conference This important initiative is so necessary for our society because your values of tolerance, understanding and of bringing people together including young people is exactly what our society needs. A month or so ago we saw the [...]

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Eric Pickles, Secretary of State for Communities

I’m proud to live in a country with some of the most diverse faith communities in the world. Faith enriches Britain; it inspires people to want to do good for their neighbours. Each church, mosque, synagogue or temple I have ever visited is rooted in this and seeking to do good for the wider local [...]

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Dr Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury

“It’s very great pleasure for me to send greetings to the Minhaj-ul-Quran gathering at this time. This network of people plays a crucial role in building security, understanding and true faith in our world. And the witness and the work of Shaykh Tahir-ul-Qadri has been a great example to many of us. In context of [...]

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Lord Parry Mitchell, Chairman The Coexistence Trust

“The Coexistence Trust welcomes the Peace for Humanity conference – a worthwhile and vital initiative which will contribute significantly to building networks of trust and understanding. We look forward to collaborating with Minhaj-ul-Quran in promoting our message of ‘respect, empowerment and change’ amongst Muslim and Jewish students in the UK.”

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Boris Johnson, Mayor of London

“I commend the work Minhaj-ul-Quran International UK are doing for community cohesion on London particularly through your work engaging with young Muslim for religious moderation, promoting women’s rights and providing social welfare and the promotion of human rights. The Muslim community in London has made a huge contribution to the economic, social and cultural life [...]

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