The Madani news of Dawat-e-Islami
Maulana Umar Faiz Attari Madani
Grand opening of 45 Masjids, Jami’ah-tul-Madinah Seminaries, and Madrasa-tul-Madinah Academies, in Hyderabad and Karachi
29 Masjids, 7 Jami’ah-tul-Madinah Seminaries, 9 Madrasa-tul-Madinah Academies, and a prayer area were opened in a single day.
25th January 2021, saw the grand opening of 45 Masjids and several Jami’ah-tul-Madinah Seminaries and Madrasa-tul-Madinah Academies along with a prayer area in the Thar Zone of Hyderabad. Members of the Central Advisory Committee of Dawat-e-Islami, Haji Sayyid Luqman Attari and Haji Farooq Jeelani Attari were in attendance. Beginning at 8.00am, the ceremonies continued till night.
Masjid and Educational projects of Dawat-e-Islami in 41 areas of Nawab Shah Zone
Attendance of Haji Farooq Jeelani Attari:
Over several months, the Khuddam-ul-Masajid wal-Madaris Department has been busy planning the construction of new Masjids, Jami’ah-tul-Madinah Seminaries, Madrasa-tul-Madinah Academies, and organisational offices across various areas of Nawab Shah Zone (Hyderabad Region). On Sunday 3th January 2021, across 41 areas, many of these projects reached completion while many more were officially initiated. The initiation and opening ceremonies in these areas were led by the member of the Central Advisory Committee, Haji Muhammad Farooq Jeelani Attari (Nigran of Hyderabad Region). The Vice Nigran of the region, Qaari Ayaaz Attari, the Zone Nigran, and other responsible figures and lovers of the Prophet were present.
Nigran-e-Shura Maulana Imran Attari’s Tour of Punjab
Sermons at Gatherings and Meetings
The chairperson of the Central Advisory Committee of Dawat-e-Islami, Maulana Haji Muhammad Imran Attari دَامَـتْ بَـرَكَـاتُـهُـمُ الْـعَـالِـيَـهْ arrived in Punjab on the 19 January for 6 days. He visited Gujranwala, Lahore, Faisalabad, and Islamabad. Upon arrival, he held a convocation with the teachers and non-teaching staff of regional Jami’ah-tul-Madinah Seminaries and Madrasa-tul-Madinah Academies before delivering a powerful reminder to the business community of Gujranwala. Finishing late in the night, he chaired several meetings with responsible brothers of Gujranwala, Hafizabad and Narowal, from 11.00 pm till 3.00 am. Arriving in Lahore the following day, he first visited the shrine of Sayyiduna Data Ganj Bakhsh Ali Hujweri رَحْمَةُ اللهِ عَلَيْه before meeting the teachers of Faizan Online Academy, Lahore Region, in Madani Markaz Faizan-e-Madinah, Johar Town to discuss educational standards and enrichment processes. The rest of the day consisted of meeting with staff of Madrassa-tul-Madinah for adults, convening with the local entrepreneurs and professionals from various fields and meeting with the responsible brothers of the Zone, Division, and Kabinah of Lahore Region. On 21st January, Maulana Imran Attari with the Muftis of Dar-ul-Ifta Ahl-e-Sunnat and the principals of Jami’ah-tul-Madinah Seminaries in Faisalabad.
On 22nd January, Nigran-e-Shura reached Islamabad, where he led several meetings with the responsible brothers of the ‘Alaqah, Division, Kabinah, Zone, and Region of Islamabad. In Islamabad, Nigran-e-Shura met with ‘Allamah Peer Ghufran Siyalvi at his residence and with the ambassador of Latvia. The Nigran of Pakistan, Haji Shahid Attari, Rukn-e-Shura Haji Ya’foor Raza Attari, and other responsible brothers also accompanied Nigran-e-Shura during his tour of Punjab.
Recognition for Dawat-e-Islami’s humanitarian work
Rukn-e-Shura Haji Azhar Attari received a shield from the governor of Punjab, Chaudhary Sarwar
In recognition of Dawat-e-Islami’s efforts in collecting blood for people in need and their general relief work, a ceremony was organised at Governor’s House, Punjab on 5th January 2021, in which the governor of Punjab, Chaudhary Muhammad Sarwar, presented honorary shields and appreciation certificates to the representatives of Dawat-e-Islami. Haji Muhammad Azhar Attari, Haji Ya’foor Raza Attari, Ihsan Attari, Liyaqat Attari, Ali Hassan Attari, and Amir Attari were among the representatives of Dawat-e-Islami. Muhammad Sarwar praised the religious and relief work of the organisation and extended his deepest gratitude. The director of Sundas Foundation, senior journalist Sohail Warraich, Chairman Haji Sarfaraz, and other notables were in attendance.
Dawat-e-Islami’s rehabilitation centre
Keynote Speech by Maulana Abdul Habib Attari
Faizan rehabilitation centre was established to support children with physical and cognitive impairments. A grand ceremony was organised to mark the opening of the centre in Karachi. Maulana Abdul Habib Attari delivered the opening speech.