Under the auspices of Minhaj-ul-Quran Women League Pakistan, the central secretariat of Model Town, Lahore, hosted a grand "Ziafat-e-Milad" event. Mrs. Fizzah Hussain Qadri delivered a special address on this occasion, shedding light on the profound love and reverence for the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), underlining the significance of nurturing this devotion within the hearts of every Muslim.
Mrs. Fizzah Hussain Qadri also shed light on the pivotal role of Muslim mothers in instilling this love and the teachings of Islam in their children. She highlighted the pivotal position women hold in shaping the future of the Ummah through the values and principles they impart to their offspring.
Furthermore, Mrs. Fizzah Hussain Qadri called attention to a pressing issue of our times, where she noted that many women focus solely on their rights while neglecting their responsibilities. Her words served as a reminder that true empowerment encompasses both rights and responsibilities, and that women today have a vital role to play in upholding the moral fabric of society.
She expressed that love entails submitting wholeheartedly to every command of the Beloved, without hesitation or weariness. The love of Allah, the Lord of Majesty, is intertwined with love for His Beloved, meaning that those who love the Prophet (peace be upon him) must also follow his teachings. Scholars assert that there is no greater deed than obeying and following the Prophet (peace be upon him). This implies walking in the blessed footsteps of the Prophet (peace be upon him) and incorporating his noble character into our lives.
Mrs. Fizzah Hussain Qadri underscored the need to pass down the love for the Prophet (peace be upon him) and the teachings of Islam to the coming generations. She emphasized that merely teaching children to recite the Quranic verses is insufficient; it is imperative to nurture a deep love for the Quran and its custodian, the Prophet (peace be upon him). She urged parents to exemplify the noble character of the Prophet (peace be upon him) in their morals, habits, actions, and deeds.
Overall, Mrs. Fizzah Hussain Qadri's address at the event provided profound insights into the love for the Holy Prophet, the responsibilities of Muslim mothers, and the importance of balancing rights with responsibilities in the contemporary context. Her message resonated deeply with the audience, sparking meaningful reflection and dialogue.
Mrs. Fizzah Hussain Qadri encouraged attendees to listen to the speeches of Dr. Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri and read the books authored by Dr. Tahir-ul-Qadri, the renowned Islamic scholar, along with their children. This, she believed, would help convey the message of Seerat-e-Tayyiba (the noble character) to future generations.
The event also saw the participation of special guests, Dr. Basira Ambreen and Dr. Azma Zareen. Prominent figures from Minhaj-ul-Quran Women League Pakistan, including Dr. Farah Naz, Sidra Karamat, Lubna Mushtaq, Anila Ilyas, Um-e-Habiba Ismail and hundreds of women were present on the occasion.