By the grace of Allah (SWT), AIS students had a wonderful opportunity to perform in the mega event of Al-Huda International Institute’s Convocation Ceremony on Tuesday, 25th December 2012. Students and teachers performed brilliantly utilizing best of their abilities and skills for the sake of Allah (SWT) and for the propagation of His Deen.
The outline of the AIS stage presentation is:
The AIS program was hosted by Maiza Umer of grade IV-G in Urdu. Although, she prepared just in a day, her performance was commendable Masha’Allah.
- Hadith & Translation
Hadith on “Rights of a Muslim on another Muslim” was narrated by Ayman Jawad (1-C) in Arabic and translated by Areej Imran (2-A). It was impressive to see young girls narrating hadeeth so eloquently in front a huge audience.
- Montessori Students’ Performance
A very colorful and fabulous performance, with the background sound of an Arabic Nasheed sung by two of our very talented teachers, was done by students of CASA who presented different animals and their habitats.
- Arabic Nasheed
Every Muslim has a different style for calling to Allah’s Deen. Girls of Grades III & V conveyed the message through an Arabic Nasheed which was sung beautifully.
- Role Play
Satan’s evil desires and a believer’s weapons were uniquely depicted through an engaging role play by students of Grades II-A, II-B and IV. The audience, especially Ustazah Farhat Hashmi, appreciated it a lot.
The Program concluded with the closing remarks of the host.
With Allah’s grace AIS students performed well and the audience thoroughly enjoyed each part of the program masha’Allah. AIS is blessed to have such unique opportunities in which students get chances to perform on stage confidently in front of entirely packed halls. These events help to discover students’ potentials, enhance their skills and boost their confidence. These are practical times for implementing team work. May Allah (SWT) accept all the efforts and the hard work put in by the team and may these children become sadqah-e-jariyah for their parents and all of us. Ameen.