Weʼre raising £200 to fund the Westminster Ahlulbayt Society 'Who is Hussain' stall
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University of Westminster students raising money for our Ahlulbayt Society 'Who is Hussain' stall, where we will give out roses with quotes of Imam Hussain (as) as well as water bottle and leaflets to spread the message of Imam Hussain (as) and the Ahlulbayth.
OUR previous event was a great success Alhamdulilah. With your donations and help we made it happen🌹.
LONDON – UK, This year the birth anniversary of Lady Fatima Zahra (peace be upon her) coincided with the 8th of March International Women’s Day and the Ahlulbayt society of the University of Westminster took the opportunity to mark the occasion by distributing roses at their Marylebone campus.
Student volunteers of the society fundraised to buy 200 roses which they decorated with quotes from Syeda Fatima Zahra and set up a stall to give out red and white roses with the quotes attached to them along with chocolates to other students, staff and visitors of the University.
The recipients of the roses were genuinely surprised and delighted by the gesture and showed great interest in learning more about the life and legacy of our Noble Lady.
People were amazed to find out that Islam holds such deep respect and high regard for a woman and that within the folds of Islam which is sometimes portrayed as a patriarchal religion there is a profound equality in terms of spiritual attainment for males and females.
They also discovered that Her life provides a clearly defined blue print for what it means to live a fulfilling and successful life as a woman in her role as a daughter, a wife and a mother, with in a wider society and a community engaged individual but above all a servant of God.
We aim to spread the message and teachings of the Ahlulbayt (the holy household in Islam)
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