Daw’ah- Kanz ul Huda
Kanz ul Huda acts as an outreach community, which aims to educated and guide Muslims
towards the pure teachings of Islam. With Muslim persecution on the rise and right-wing
media propaganda prevailing, Muslims have been left cornered, targeted and victimised,
with many unsure of what real Islam is. A significant rise in Atheistic beliefs has cause for
concern, and Kanz ul Huda is focused in ensuring that strong faith is instilled in the heart of
young Muslims through:
- Daily Dawah
- Comparative religion
- Academic reference
- Weekly Gatherings
The Dawah project is focused to reach out to both Muslims and Non-Muslims and has had
huge success over the past 10 years, with organisations operating globally, thousands have
accepted the message of Islam. Our mission is to create awareness and build understanding
about the religion whilst deconstructing misconstrued information about Islam. The true
teachings of our Master Prophet Muhammed (Sallalahu Alayhi Wasallam) needs to be
conveyed to the masses and Kanz ul Huda is at the forefront, with an ever-growing
community focused on spreading the true message.
Drugs use in the UK is a Major issue within our society with 1 out of 10 Adults between 16-
59 years reporting unlawful drug use in the most recent year, with the spotlight focused on
youngsters between ages 15-24.
Reports propose that young males are more inclined towards illegal drug use than females,
with a portion of these drugs falling into a high-risk category. The use of cannabis is
prevalent over other drugs, for example, cocaine, heroin and Amphetamines, however the
tendency to attempt substitute drugs increase with curiosity.
Kanz ul Huda has set up an Outreach Drugs Program to tackle this exact public concern.
With a ceaselessly growing community of youngsters and various public initiatives, Kanz ul
Huda has changed the lives of several Drugs and Alcohol addicts, gaining the prayers and
supplication of distraught parents.
Many youth today find it extremely difficult to share their encounters to local wellbeing
services like the NHS or seek governmental help, making this set up extremely unique, with
individual members of Kanz ul Huda having encountered a similar past in their way of life
the opportunity to change turns out to be a smaller burden. The transformation of similar
like-minded individuals allows youngsters to seek support, gain confidence and make new