Minhaj-ul-Quran Youth League    (MYL)

    Mustafavi Students Movement       (MSM)

    Minhaj-ul-Quran Women League (MWL)


Minhaj-ul-Quran Youth League

Minhaj-ul-Quran Youth League is the youth part of Minhaj-ul-Quran International. It was established on 30 November 1988.since its beginning MYL has been imparting spiritual, ideological, educational technical and social guidance to youth so that they (youth) who are the most active segment of society and the future of the nation may change into useful citizen of the society. In this way, youth will be at the front position of building the future of Pakistan. Peace and prosperity will be the destiny of nation and Pakistan will enjoy great respect among the world community.

MYL Objectives:

  •         Build character of the youth through spiritual purification.
  •         Upgrade technical and practical skills of the youth.
  •         Grow objective-oriented thought among the youth.
  •         Promote social welfare activities.
  •         Restore self confidence and encouragement and inculcate spirit of serving the nation.
  •         Motivate the youth to participate in the nation building process.
  •         Guard the youth against increasing sex abuse and obscenity.
  •         Work against social and economic exploitation.
  •         Protect the youth against drug menace.
  •         Make the youth a symbol of struggle for peace.
  •         Facilitate the youth in career counseling.
  •         Do practical efforts to eradicate unemployment.
  •         Provide assistance in disaster hit areas.
  •         Install the democratic behavior and nurture leadership facilities in the youth.
  •         Work actively and effectively for reducing environmental pollution.

Mustafavi Students Movement

Thoughts will rise in minds after hearing the name of “Mustafavi Students Movement” that there are many student organization already working in the country. Slogan’s of organizations are like Islamic revolution and salvation of students problem, so why do we need to make a new student organization by the name of MSM? Question like this always irritate the mind of emerging students.

MSM had not been build just for the temporary or immediate purposes. It is the result of planning and thinking process of many years. It provides all the solutions and implemented working plans that a student deals with. Under the blessed supervision of Shaikh-ul-Islam Dr. Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri, we, Mustafavi Student Movement (MSM), are working with hard convictions to materialize the expectations of our leader. MSM established itself on 6th October, 1994 as purely a non-political movement, which is striving for the basic fundamental rights of students.

MSM Targets

Movement has following three targets to achieve

  •         Elimination of five basic evils.
  •         Solution of five basic problems.
  •         Five basic action the promotion of students wellbeing.

“Elimination of Five Basic Evils”

Movement wants to remove the following five basic evils

  •         Elimination of sectionalism and sectarianism .
  •         Elimination of extremism and terrorism .
  •         Elimination of social and economic exploitation.
  •         Elimination of moral and sexual exploitation.
  •         Elimination of narcotics and drinking .

“Solution of Five Basic Problems”

Our society becomes a house of problems now a day. We always face problem after problem in short term. So most of persons lost their hope, that take them towards hopeless and helpless. Therefore, MSM has focused to solve the following problems.

  •         Solution of student’s frustration and psychological depression.
  •         Solution of ignorance and illiteracy.
  •         Solution of aimlessness
  •         Promotion of healthy academic atmosphere.
  •         Protection of women rights and promotion of their status.

Five fundamental action for promotion of students well being:

For the development of society we have to build the true Muslims in our country specially students. MSM is student revolution organization that wants to build such true Muslims rapidly in circle of students. Following are some character building elements that MSM is implementing .

  •         Economic development of students.
  •         Improvement of quality of life.
  •         Promotion of social and environmental health .
  •         Steps to deal with the social, cultural and ecological changes curative.
  •         Key elements of students success.

  •         Build character of the students through spirtual purification.
  •         Improving student education and practical skills promote social welfare activities.
  •         Restore self confidence and encouragement and incalculate spirit of serving the nation.
  •         Work against social and economics exploitation.
  •         Make the students a symbol of struggle for peace.
  •         Practical effort to eridicate unemployment.
  •         Install the democratic behaviour and mature leadership facilities in the student.
  •         Helping students in there own fields of education.
  •         Saving them from wrong use or political use from ordinary political parties who use them for         their  own sake.
  •         Awaking them from dark ages.
  •         Dealing them under the light of modernization.


  •         Educational Seminars.
  •         Peace Walks.
  •         Free Tuition Houses.
  •         Conducting regular Halqa-e-Darood.
  •         Participation in Daroos-e-Quran.
  •         Irfan-ul-Quran Courses.
  •         Study Circles.
  •         Group Discussion.
  •         Opening Camps for New Comers.
  •         Providing Assistance in studies.
  •         Blood donations.

Minhaj-ul-Quran Women League

Shaykh-ul-Islam, Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri established the Minhaj-ul-Quran International (MQI) on 17 October 1980 to illumine the hearts of the Muslims with the true light of faith sent down by Allah through his last of the Messengers and void all false prevalent beliefs that generate extremism, fanaticism and terrorism and eliminate peace from the surface of the earth. This initiated a reformative programme for the Muslim Community to revive the spiritual values of life and reshape the system, and in this way, restore the true Din (religion) that ensures basic human rights, equality, peace and justice in society. It was a call for a comprehensive and multidimensional change in society which, at the same time, aimed to end the academic and ideological deadlock, revive, once again, the declining moral and spiritual values (of Islam), and also stimulate the Muslim Umma by guarding against all obstacles and hindrances in its social, economical and political life and help it achieve an admirable and respectful status among all the contemporary nations of the world.

He also observed that human sufferings had also been caused due to prevalent gender inequality in the human society, which Islam condemns. Islam confers upon women the same rights that men enjoy. The man-made systems keep the women deprived of these rights. That entailed the establishment of Minhaj-ul-Quran Women League on 5th January, 1988 to provide them a platform to generate effort among women in the right direction and eliminate ignorance, poverty and legal lacuna to restore gender equality, justice and peace in human society.

Aims and Objectives

Shaykh-ul-Islam laid down the following aims and objectives for the Minhaj-ul-Quran Women League to achieve.

    • Dawa: Calling to Islam’s Peace programme and Propagating Deen of love and security, moderation and tolerance, equity, dignity and justice.
    • Promotion of religious moderation, tolerance and social justice in the community. Reformation of the Umma Affairs through Spiritualism and Higher Morality.
    • Islamic Renaissance and Revival of Islam’s modern look on life.
    • Promotion and Implementation of Islam’s Peace dynamism through socio-economic and   political process.
    • Restoration of the supremacy of Islamic faith over extremist, radical and terrorist ideologies as the only way to peace and prosperity.
    • Struggle for promotion of human rights and peace and justice on the globe and establishing relevance of Islam to modern times.
    • Promotion of peaceful co-existence and ecumenist ideal.
    • Familiarizing the world communities with the Holy Life of the Messenger of Allah (blessings and peace be upon him), the safest path to peace, justice and equality in the world — the path of the Quran.

    The Minhaj-ul-Quran Women League conducts its activities like seminars, conferences, training courses, workshops and correspondence courses in the following work areas.
    •  Revival of contact with God.
    •  Revival of contact with the Beloved Messenger of Allah (blessings and peace be upon him).
    • Turning towards the Qur’an to comprehend Allah’s revealed Message and to put it into practice    as was practiced by the Holy Prophet (blessings and peace be upon him).
    •  Training mothers to bring up a healthy nation and a united Umma.
    •  Making women aware of the necessity of revival of the true Islamic values.
    •  To help women protect their rights and make them aware of their duties.
    • To train women socially, spiritually and technically so that they get necessary know-how for their role  within MQI.
    • To enthuse the womenfolk with the passion to struggle and rise.
    • To train the ladies in the art of social-relationship and create intra-faith and inter-faith harmony.
    • To promote education among women.
    • To promote moral values among ladies.
    • To help and assist the widows, orphans and the destitute families.
    • To create opportunities for women to explore their capabilities through healthy work environment and assigning tasks.
    • To arrange workshops in character-building and personality development techniques to inculcate balanced and moderate human behavior.

    Organizational Set-up

    The Minhaj-ul-Quran Women League comprises the following departments assigned with different tasks and projects.

    •         Daawa
    •         Tarbiyyat (Training)
    •         Tanzimat (Field organizations)
    •         Students Affairs

    Dawa Department

    This department is engaged in achieving the following objectives:

    •         Promotion of MQI’s Dawa Programme
    •         Propagation of Shaykh-ul-Islam’s thought among people particularly the women     folk.
    •         Revival of the servant’s relationship with Allah.
    •         Revival of the slave’s relationship with the Messenger of Allah.
    •         Promotion of recitation and learning of the Qur’an.

    To achieve these objectives the Department of Da‛awa organizes the following events according to a well chalked out schedule.

    •         Irfan-ul-Qur’an Circle.
    •         Darud-o-Salam Circle.
    •         Irfan-ul-Quran Learning Course.
    •         Milad Sessions
    •         Production of literature.
    •         Conducting conferences, seminars and programmes.
    •         Coordination with field Tanzimat to ensure continuity of Da’wa.
    •         To take measures to achieve the laid down Da’wa objectives.
    •         CD Exchange.

    Dawa Targets

    Dawa has the following targets to achieve:

    i. Call for affiliation with Allah Almighty: This target is achieved through the following:

    •         Remembrance of Allah Most High
    •         Ardent love for Allah Almighty
    •         God wariness
    •         Obedience to Allah Most High
    •         Worship and Devotion

    ii. Call for linking up with the Holy Messenger of Allah (blessings and peace be upon him). This target is achieved through the following:

    • Ardent love for the Holy Prophet (blessings and peace be upon him).
    • Obedience to and follower-ship of the Holy Prophet (blessings and peace be upon him).
    • Observance of polite manners and submissiveness for and veneration of the Holy Prophet (blessings and peace be upon him).
    • The gnosis of the exalted station of the Holy Prophet (blessings and peace be upon him).
    •  Supporting the (Deen of) Holy Prophet (blessings and peace be upon him).

    iii. Call for turning towards the Holy Qur’an. This target is achieved through the following:

    •         Developing a link with the Holy Qur’an based on love.
    •         Abundant recitation of the Holy Qur’an.
    •         Meditating and contemplating the Holy Qur’an.
    •         Following the commands and injunctions of the Holy Qur’an.
    •         Preaching the commands and injunctions of the Holy Qur’an.

    iv. Call for seeking knowledge. This target is achieved through the following:

            Promotion and publication of knowledge.
            Honoring and practicing knowledge.
            Attaining modern disciplines.
            Setting up learning associations.
            Awakening awareness and cognizance.

    v. Call for brotherhood and fraternity. This target is achieved through the following:

    •         Love and Forbearance.
    •         Moral Beauty
    •         Protecting and safeguarding human rights.
    •         Mutual help and cooperation.
    •         Eschewing sectarianism

    vi. Call for collective struggle and interests. This target is achieved through the following:

    •         Consultations and obedience to the leader.
    •         Calling for righteousness.
    •         Discipline and organizing.
    •         Steadfastness
    •         Altruism and Sacrifice

    vii. Call for consolidation. This target is achieved through the following:

            Dawa, preaching and publicity.
            Reasoning for true application of Qur'an and Sunna to modern life
            Reviving and promoting Din.
            Attaining to peace and security.
            Restoration of Islam’s identity.

    Tarbiyat (Training) Department

    This department is to achieve the following targets:

    •         To conduct training in the following areas:
    •         Intellectual and ideological training
    •         Organizational and administrative training
    •         Religious training
    •         Spiritual and moral training

    •     To awaken awareness of responsibilities as a Muslim.
    •     To promote the teachings of the Quran and Hadith.
    •     To impart practical training to lead a purposeful life by inculcating     sentiment of serving Deen (religion).

    The following events are organized to achieve these objectives:

            Islamic Learning Course for imparting moral and spiritual Training.
            Irfan-ul-Quran Course.
            Tanzimat Camps.
            Regional Workshops.
            Itikaf Camp.
            Production of Literature


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