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The World Federation India Office and Mumbai Jamaat organise Workshop on Pre-Marriage Counseling - Mumbai

Updated 30 October 2013

The World Federation’s India Office and Mumbai Jamaat jointly organised a workshop for the pre-marriage age youth of the community in Mumbai. This workshop was a part of 4 workshops organised to cover all age groups from teens to the elders.

Br. Abbas Merali of London and Sr. Fatima Somji of Dares Salaam facilitated the workshops. Maulana Sayyed Ehsan Haider Jawadi sahab also shared lots of information from the Islamic point of view. 


 
Topics gave young men and women the necessary insights, tools and support for making the biggest decision of their lives. The language of instruction was English.

 

The workshop held on 29th Sep at Khoja Shia Ithna Asheri Masjid Imambargah Hall at Dongri and was attended by 33 individuals. The workshops started at 11am and ended at 7pm.

MashaAllah the workshop was very interesting and interactive. I enjoyed it very much and also got to learn a lot of things. May Allah (swt) grant you and your team to conduct many more workshops like this along with interesting and entertaining speakers like Abbas ‘Sir’ and Fatema ‘Ma’m’.” Zohair P. (participant)

Sayyid Aliraza Naqvi, ASG of Islamic Education says "I congratulate The World Federation India Office and the leadership of the Mumbai Jamaat for having organised these workshops. Guiding the youth in making the biggest decision of their life is very important for their future and the growth of the community. May Allah (swt) accept everyone's efforts"

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