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Bangalore Muslim girls come together
By Aftab H Kola, Bangalore

In an effort to bring Bangalore-based young and talented Muslim women on one platform and to utilize their latent talents in useful ways, an organization called ‘Young Women’s Muslim Association, Bangalore’ has taken shape.

Non-existence of any such fora for these young women in a happening city like Bangalore prompted a few like-minded committed girls to come together and take a decision to establish an association that aims at the over-all development of Muslim womenfolk. The Association aims to bring an awareness of human rights and women’s rights among the women, initiate steps towards uplifting of young helpless and hapless, to harness the potentials of young girls, work for the promotion of secularism and communal harmony and to engage in community service.

At a function organized on 18 March at Feroze’s Shaadi Mahal, Bangalore, Dr Fatima Taneem, the founder-president of YWMA, called upon the participants to work towards achieving the association’s goals. Guest speaker Dr Ata’ath, a prominent da’wah activist, stressed the importance of da’wah-related activities in college campuses. Another speaker, Mrs. Tazzayyun Omar, profiled her organization the ‘Humane Touch’. Presiding over the function Mrs Farouque Kaiser of Bazme Niswan gave a clarion call to the participants to take up community service so that the pressing needs and issues of the community may be addressed.

The Assoc can be contacted at :
2nd floor, Young Women’s Muslim Assoc., No 6, 5th Main, Jayamahal extn., Bangalore-560 046 (Ph: 3430312) 
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