Bilal Muslim Mission

To promote the Madhab of Ahlul Bait (a.s.) with other non-member Shia communities and with Muslims and non-Muslims at large on our society.

bmmk Professional Development Seminar for Centre Imams

Continuous Professional Development (CPD) is the means through which people maintain, improve and broaden their knowledge and skills and develop the personal qualities required in their professional lives. To enable the Centre Imams to cope with the challenges they face at the rural centres a ten days' seminar was conducted by Bilal Muslim Mission of Kenya and the Islamic Education Board of the World Federation of KSIMC from the 20th December 2010 to the 30th December 2010 in Mombasa.

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bilal_muharram_reportBilal Muslim Missionof Kenya - Muharram 1432 A.H. Report

Majalis at the rural centres were conducted for the first ten days of the Holy Month. This year,women were very active participants especially in the afternoon sessions conducted by themuballighats from WHIPAS. In the evening, people congregated for recitation of Marsias, Nauhasand Utenzis, followed by Magribain prayers and the daily night Majlis. Faithful also congregated tolisten to our Muharram Broadcasts where radios were available. Ust Ramadhan Mlala a graduatefrom Hawza in Syria visited the centers and gave lectures on the tragedy of Kerbala and itsapplication in our daily lives.

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eyecampReport on the Free Eye Camp held at Mengwa Primary School, Maneromango on Sunday 27th February, 2011

A free eye camp was conducted at Mengwa, Maneromango, Kisarawe district, which is 75 km out of Dar-es-Salaam, on Sunday. 27th February 2011, from 9.00 am to 4.00 pm. Only 15 km of the road was tarmac and the rest was passable, in dry season. The journey took 2 ½ hours.

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Gatherings to remember the great sacrifice of Imam Hussein (as) were held in the regional centres of the Mission. Lectures were delivered by reknown scholars, teachers as well as students from Hauzatul Qaim (as), Tanga and Hauzatul Bilal, Dar es Salaam.

Muharram is an annual event held to remind the believers of atrocities the family of the Holy Prophet (saww) had endured to uphold the true Islamic teachings. Moreover the event reminds humanity of the importance of adhering to the divine laws in ensuring justice, rights and respect for one another to create a prosperous nation in harmony.



REF: BMM/2/1432                                                                              
DATE: 18/1/2011


 Bilal Tanga Commemorates Great Martyrdom Of Imam Hussain (AS) - Muharram 1432 AH

Tanga town was draped in black as the Mission's branch took to the streets to mark the anniversary of the martyrdom of the third Shiite Imam.

Imam Husain (as) together with his companions were mercilessly martyred on the plains of Kerbala, Iraq. Victory claimed by the ruthless tyrant leader Yazid bin Muawiyah was short lived when the Muslims realized that Imam Husain (as) was no one other than the loving grandson of the Holy Prophet of Islam.

To date the world over, realization of this heinous crime is brought to light in the first month of the lunar calendar, Muharram. The followers clad in black with grief and sorrowful faces march the streets and distribute charities to glorify those martyred in the way of Allah (swt).


bilalworkshopPublic Speaking and Teachers Training Programme

The Bilal Muslim Mission Branch in Tanga in collaboration with Arusha Branch organised the programme from 31st December 2010 to 2nd January 2011 targeting students of Higher Islamic studies in Tanga as well as teachers from the centres in the region. Representation from Bilal Head office was made by Shiekh Abdu nur and from Bilal Hauza Temeke, Shiekh Amiri and Shiekh Ali Rashid.

The facilitators Brother Akil Lalji, Brother Hameed Sheriff and Brother Ali Seif travelled from Arusha to conduct the programme in Tanga.

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The death anniversary of the Holy Prophet of Islam, Hazrat Muhammad Mustafa (saww) was observed in Tanga region and at Duga Maforoni centre with a procession.

Bilal Muslim Mission, Tanga Branch organised a procession in reminding the Prophet's mission and message of peace, humanity, equality etc. Men and Women, young and old joined in the procession.

The Prophet's death is an eventful episode in the history of Islam and in which many questions arose resulting in sectarian differences between the Muslims in regards to the succession after The Holy Prophet (saww).

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REF: BMM/4/1432                                                                              
DATE: 21/2/2011




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