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Mid Northeast Region

Mid Northeast Region of Lajna Ima'illah USA consists of five Local Majalis. The Region had the opportunity to organize many National, Regional and Local events.  Mid Northeast Region had the honor to host and organized the Majlis-e-Shura of Lajna Ima'illah USA in 2006, in  NJ-Central, in 2007, NJ-Willingboro and in 2019, PA- Philadelphia.

Individual efforts, events and highlights of all Majalis will be posted on this page.

The Region consists of the following Majalis: 

1. NJ-Central 2. NJ-North
3. NJ-Willingboro 4. PA-Philadelphia
5. PA-Lehigh Valley    


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Special Khidmate Khalq/Handicraft Report:

Philadelphia Lajna Shares in Thanksgiving Spirit
November 2013

Philadelphia Lajna came together at one of their meetings in November to fill and nicely decorate Thanksgiving baskets for those less fortunate. This was really a group activity.  Our Handicraft Secretary purchased cardboard boxes and wrapping & construction paper.  The Lajna put the boxes together and filled the baskets with food that members donated.  Our Nasirat helped by decorating the baskets! ...[Read more]

Black History Month, Willingboro Lajna - February 25, 2012

The attendees also included some members from Philadelphia Lajna, and a few local guests - there were about 20 altogether. Although a small turnout the content of the program was profound.

The theme was Culture & Change, Black History in America. Sister Mariam Abiola recited the Holy Qur’an, followed by translation from sister Aamira McRae. She is younger sister of sister Anesia McRae, although not Muslim was very eager to participate in the program. Sister JameelaHamid presented on African-American Slavery in America, Anesia McRae spoke on the Role of Ahmadiyyat on African-American Muslims, and Nusrat Rashid addressed the Civil Rights Movement. Despite limited time, we were able to touch on three key milestones of African-American history.



Sister Jameela’s speech was very moving; many tears were shed, and questions asked. Sister Naima Latif had visited the site of the slave door exit to board the slave ship displayed in one of the pictures, while traveling in Ghana. She spoke about her feelings on how sad she felt at the cruelty of the owners towards the slaves, and questioned the morality of how they could withstand the screams heard from below their homes where the slaves were kept captive before the ship’s departure. [Read more] 


Report on Food Pantry at Al-Nasr Mosque, Willingboro, New Jersey

A casual stroll one weekend evening into a Panera Bread restaurant laid the foundation of a Food Pantry at Willingboro’s Al Nasr Mosque in New Jersey.
Looking at the menu displays to make a choice of order we noticed a small sign that said that all products were made fresh daily and all leftovers at the end of the day were donated to feed the children.
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Letter of appreciation by Catholic Charities [Read more]

Willingboro Lajna - Blood Drive Report

Five Lajna members helped man the front lobby booth and register walk in donors. Our Regional Missionary and Naib Amir Azhar Haneef Sahib spent greater part of the evening with our volunteers. The blood drive started at 12:30 pm and ended at 7:30 pm. A total of 31 units of blood were collected.  [Read more]

Alhamdolillah!  2nd MNE Regional Sports Tournament Concluded Successfully. 





1st Mid North East  Regional Sports & Games Tournament

With Allah Almighty’s immense blessings, the first ever Mid North East Regional Sports and Games Tournament was held at Baitul Nasr Mosque, Willingboro, New Jersey on August 6th, 7th and 8th, 2010.  About 200 Lajna and Nasirat of the region and few guests participated in this memorable event. National Sadr Sahiba Lajna Ima’illah USA, Dr Shanaz Butt graced us with her presence.
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Report Mid North East Regional Ijtema, June 26th 2010


Alhamdulillah, Mid North East Region had a very successful Ijtema on June 26th 2010, at Baitul Hadi Mosque of Central New Jersey Majlis. The theme was: Truthfully Following Allah’s Commandments in the Holy Qur’an. Over 200 Lajna and Nasirat attended the event. For the first time we had three parallel programs: One for the Nasirat, second for the youth (ages 15-25) and the third for older Lajna members. The day started and ended with combined sessions, but for the rest of the day the three groups had their age appropriate and interest orientated programs. Alhamdolillah, this format was really liked and enjoyed by all.


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