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All party Parliamentary Group on Third World Solidarity

Executive officer of the Assc attended the All party Parliamentary Group on Third World Solidarity hosted at the House of Commons.
Khalid Mahmood MP,
Steve Baker MP
H.E. Syed Ibne Abbas High Commissioner where present as well as other dignitaries.
The topic was Kashmir the Assc confirmed it will continue to highlight the ongoing issues for the people of Kashmir and will promote and support human rights, peace and justice through dialogue and debate.


Pakistan's First PhD Lady

bbqureshiShould We Be Surprised That Pakistan's First PhD Lady Remained Single All Her Life N Spent Her Last Days At Edhi Center As A Homeless Person? And Does It Say Anything About Us As A Society?
According to Admin Edhi page;
"BB Qureshi, one of Pakistan’s first few women to earn a PhD degree, was born into an educated family in Muradabad, India in 1922. She did her BA and MA Economics from Aligarh University. After partition, her family moved to Rawalpindi where Qureshi taught economics at a government college. She taught for several years in Africa and had the honour of having taught the former UN secretary general, Kofi Annan, in Ghana. She completed her PhD in agricultural economics from Trinity College in Dublin.
Qureshi remained single her whole life. When she finally returned to Islamabad after years of teaching abroad, she was so disappointed at the standard of education that she decided not to teach anymore. Her brother did not treat her well and she shifted to Karachi and lived in Edhi Centre for homeless women in North Karachi"


Milton Keynes Allama Iqbal Supplementary School

The first Urdu supplementary school in Milton Keynes for students aged between 6 and 16 with the aim of achieving GCSE.

The purpose of Milton Keynes Allama Iqbal Urdu Supplementary School (MKAUISS) is to provide a facility for anyone who wants to learn Urdu from beginner’s level to advanced. Urdu language skills are taught through speaking, reading and writing and each skill is assessed termly.
Not only do the students have the opportunity to learn the Urdu language but also the rich and diverse cultures, traditions and heritage of Pakistan and its people.

MKAUISS is a non-profit organization offering a transparent practice and ran by volunteers.

An executive member of PKMWA played a major part when the school officially opened in September 2013 introducing many children as well as teachers.

Classes are held Saturday's between 10am and 12pm at the Radcliffe School Wolverton all the volunteer teachers are DBS checked and attend regular training.

Please contact the Association for more details or the schools website;



Terrorism not in the name of Islam

We strongly condemn the barbaric attack that took place on the 16/12/14 in Peshawar Pakistan and the incident in Sydney Australia.

The Taliban militants and these self-styled militants do not represent secular Islam and wider Muslim community distances itself from these insane individuals.

To justify the killings of innocent children young people they blame the western governments, when in fact their disgusting ideology is to blame

We all need actively work together to bring terrorism to end, "Terrorism not in the name of Islam please"

Our thoughts and deepest sympathies are with the families who have lost loved ones and we stand alongside them during this difficult time.

We will be holding a candle light vigil at the Peace Pagoda Willen Lake Sat 20th Dec 6pm which will be open all residents of MK.

We pray for peace and unity in all mankind.


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