Maulana Abdul Hadi Madani,
Maulana Ab Wahab Khilji, Dr. Saeed Ah. Faizee and Arshad Mukhtar after
the inauguration of the new building on January 25, 2010.
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Mansoora girls to have new college building
Like Indian capital New Delhi and other parts of the country, Jamia
Mohammadia Education Society (JMES) in Malegaon too was preparing to
celebrate the 61st Republic Day. The Society, however, decided to celebrate
this historic moment in a different style. How? By inaugurating new
college building for girls.
building was lying ready by over a month. But the management chose
January 25, 2010 - the eve of the Republic Day, the day India became
legitimate sixty years ago, to hand it over to the Mansoora girls.
"The new college building is a
Republic Day gift from Jamia Mohammadia Education Society (JMES) for
the Mabsoora girls", said Arshad Mukhtar.
Arshad Mukhtar - the Secretary of
Jamia Mohammadia Education Society (JMES) was speaking to ummid.com
after the inauguration of the new college building for girls.
"Republic Day is the occasion when
everyone in the country pledges to carry forward his or her effort
to make India more powerful, more flourishing and more strong. We
believe this cannot happen unless we make everyone, specially the
girls, accessible to quality education", he said.
The New College
Building for Kulliya Aisha Siddiqua, Mansoora in Malegaon. The
building is inaugurated on January 25, 2010 by Maulana Abdul
Hadi Madani, Birmingham (UK)
"This is why", he said, "We chose this
day for inaugurating the new building. On this occasion, I reiterate
that the education of the girls has always been and will always
remain of utmost importance
to us", he added.
Maulana Abdul Hadi Madani - Editor
Sirat-e-Mustaqueem, Birmingham (UK) who inaugurated the new
building on January 25 termed the efforts taken by Jamia Mohammadia
Education Society (JMES) very timely and unprecedented and in a
"Islam has never shown any
discrimination against the female education. Nor has it refrained
them from seeking knowledge. In fact, Ummul Momineen Aisha Siddiqua
- after whom the Mansoora College for girls is named - was so
learned that the companions of the Prophet (peace be upon him) used
to come to her with questionnaires", he said.
Mohd Owais - Chief Executive Officer
(CEO) Hajj Committee of India who was present in the inaugural
function as a chief guest said, "The infrastructure, the syllabus
and the quality education at Jamia Mohammadia and Kulliyah Aisha
Siddiqua in Mansoora has certainly made it a role model for others.
It would be nice if the pattern is also replicated at other places."
Others who were present for the
inaugural function include Maulana Ab Wahab Khilji - Secretary All
India Milli Council, Dr. Saeed Ah Faizee - President Jamiat Ahle
Hadees Maharashtra, Maulana Abdus Salam Salafi - President Jamiat
Ahle Hadees Greater Mumbai and Sayyad Shoaib of Islamic Research
Foundation (IRF) Mumbai.