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Monday, March 7, 2016

Hadi e Aazam Conference at Kurla

Salaam us par ke jisne gaaliya sun kar duaae di..

With love of Prophet Muhammad (saws), Around 400 Muslim residents of Kurla and nearby Areas responded to the call of Students Islamic Organisation of India, Kurla Unit and attended "Hadi e Aazam (saws) Conference"

The Conference started at 7:15pm with the recitation and translation of few selected verses of the Holy Quran followed by a talk by Mr. Kamran Baig who spoke on Purpose of Life and Role of  Students.

Mr. Mohammed Salman, President, SIO Mumbai gave an important speech on Issues of the society such as aimless life, poverty, intolarnce, discrimination, addiction, female feticide and thier prophetic Solutions.

The Chief Guest of the Program Maulana Abdul Qavi Falahi sahab addressed the gathering on the need to take up this prophetic mission of Dawat e Deen, the mission for which Muhammad (saws) had undergone deep hardships.
It was followed by the Presidential Address of Mr. Shaikh Anwar, President, SIO South Maharashtra. He emphasized on gaining knowledge of Islam, teachings of Prophet Muhammad (saws) as the basic need for the propagation of Deen along with the address to intellectual people and students of the society to have a deep research on the life Muhammad (saws) and present his teachings in the intellectual, logistic language of Today's world.

The program concluded by Vote of Thanks by Mr. Tariq, Regional President, SIO South Mumbai followed by the dua of Janab Habib Choudhary sahab.

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