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Celebrating the Night of Laylatul Qadr, A Recap of the MQI-Milton Event on the 27th Night of Ramadan


Ramadan is a sacred time for Muslims all over the world, marked by fasting, prayer, and acts of charity. The 27th night of Ramadan, also known as Laylatul Qadr, is considered one of the most significant nights of the year, as it is believed to be the night when the first verses of the Quran were revealed to the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).


On this special night, Muslims around the world engage in additional prayers and supplications, seeking forgiveness, guidance, and blessings from Allah. The event organized by MQI-Milton was a wonderful opportunity for the community to come together and strengthen their faith through collective prayer and remembrance of Allah.


The team's superb teamwork and efforts were truly commendable, as they worked hard to ensure the event was a success. The DUA offered in multiple languages added to the beauty and inclusivity of the event, as people from diverse backgrounds were able to connect with each other and the message of Ramadan.


Moreover, the lucky draw for Umrah tickets was a highlight of the evening, bringing joy and excitement to the winners and the community.


In addition to the lucky draw for Umrah tickets, the event also featured a fundraising effort led by Ovais Iqbal, who passionately appealed to the community for their support in raising funds for the Minhaj Learning School. The school, which is a project of the Minhaj-ul-Quran International (MQI) organization, provides education and training to young people in order to equip them with the knowledge and skills to become responsible and productive members of society.


Ovais Iqbal's efforts were met with overwhelming support from the community, who generously donated to the cause. The funds raised will go a long way in ensuring that the Minhaj Learning School can continue to provide quality education to its students and make a positive impact in the lives of young people.


May Allah bless those who organized the event and those who participated in it, and may He accept all of our prayers and good deeds during this blessed month and beyond. Ameen.


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