KHARUMWA JAMAAT

Kharumwa is a town in Geita region of North Western Tanzania, East Africa. It is the administrative centre for Nyang’hwale district. Prior to 2012, Kharumwa was part of Geita district under Mwanza region.

Nyang’hwale district is one of the five districts of Geita region of Tanzania. Its administrative centre is the village of Kharumwa. It is bordered to the North by Sengerema district, to the East by Misungwi district and Shinyanga rural district, to the South by Kahama district and to the West by Geita district.

As per data of 2012, the population of Nyang’hwale was 148,320. Nyang’hwale was established in 2012, when it was split from Geita district and became part of the newly established Geita region.

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The Mahdi Series

The annual Africa Federation Solidarity Day marked on 15th Sha’ban every year is aimed towards celebrating the birth anniversary of the 12th Holy Imam (atfs) by spreading the awareness about the Imam and his message and bringing the community members together.

This year the Solidarity Day team has attempted to spread the message of the 12th Holy Imam (atfs) even further through the Mahdi Series which is a five episode series of short talks by the renowned scholar Sheikh Nur from Nairobi. The series highlights various aspects related to the 12th Holy Imam.

The series covers the following topics:

Episode 1  –  The Imam is for Humanity
Episode 2  –  The Importance of Charity for the followers of the Imam
Episode 3  –  Marjaiyyat & Unity within the Community
Episode 4  –  Spreading the message of the Imam in today’s time
Episode 5  –  Roles and responsibilities of an individual towards the Imam (in
                       terms of their professions)


These episodes will be released periodically over the month of Sha’ban.

We urge the community members to view and share these videos so as to promote awareness about our Imam.

Below is the link for the First Episode – The Imam is for Humanity https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CWSepw6GY9Q&feature=youtu.be

We also remind all community members to donate their one day’s income towards noble causes such as housing, education, health and welfare as part of the Solidarity Day Campaign.
 

“Those who give to charity (Sadakah) by night and by day, secretly and publicly, they will have their reward with their Lord; on them shall be no fear, nor shall they grieve”   [Holy Qurán, Al Baqarah; 2:274].

The Solidarity Day Adhoc Committee

Dear Respected Members,
Salaamun Alaykum

Please find below poster on the Cricket Tournament to be held for the Solidarity Day on Sunday, May 15th 2016. The teams that will take part will be participants from Africa Federation and World Federation.

We request all male members to attend and give their support.

Respectfully,
Mombasa Jamaat Secretariat
 

Dear Respected Members,
Salaamun Alaykum

On Sunday, 15th May 2016  The World Federation in partnership with Africa Federation and Mombasa Jamaat has organized a Solidarity Day Walk.

The Solidarity day Walk will provide an opportunity to bring together our community members from different age groups on a common platform under one banner of solidarity to celebrate the auspicious occasion of the birth anniversary of our 12th Imam, Al Hujjah Al Mahdi (ATFS) and in the course of this, it will also strengthen the spirit of unity in our community.

Joining Mombasa Jamaat for the Solidarity day walk will be Dignitaries, Councilors, delegates and Invitees of the World Federation Exco.

The Walk will start at Jaffery Complex at 6.30am after Fajr Salaah, and will proceed to Jaffery Academy, where a small tour of the school will be given to our guests and refreshments served before heading back to Jaffery Complex.

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Federation Samachar April 2016 is available!
 

The April 2016 issue of Federation Samachar, the magazine of the Federation of KSI Jamaats of Africa, is now available. Copies will be available to Jamaats in Africa very soon, and Jamaats outside Africa will receive copies in the next few weeks.


This 77-page issue carries news and views from correspondents and guest columnists from around the world.

Global community news include Africa Federation Chairman Anwarali Dharamsi’s Farewell visits to Dar es Salaam, Kampala, Nairobi and Mombasa Jamaats, the World Federation President Dr. Asgar Moledina’s visit to India, and news about AFED’s commercial and housing projects such as the Groundbreaking Ceremony of Umoja Complex, Phase II in Dar es Salaam, and the donation of a 378 sq.m. plot from Gulamabbas Dewji (GD) to the Africa Federation.

International news includes information about Melbourne Jamaat’s mosque project, and major awards given to our community professionals such as Dr. Muhammad Walji and Ali Khatau, and a story about 9-year-old Maliha Amarsi who received an invitation to the White House with her mother. 

Our columnists have provided yet another interesting range of articles – read Mahjabeen Daya’s article, “The First Generation of Pioneers in East Africa”, and Dr. Ali Mehdi’s article, “It’s time we set Shia Development Goals”.

Guest Columnists such as Hassan A.M. Jaffer and Africa Federation Chair Elect Shabir Najafi have penned thought-provoking articles to prepare us for the future, entitled “The Evolution of Mindset”, and “AFED’s Strategic Development and Sustainability” respectively.

Our regular features such as Down Memory Lane and a debate about religious counseling on Black and White will continue to captivate our readers’ interest.  

 

Do not miss this issue!

1976 AFED Conference hosted by KSI Jamaat of  Dar-es-Salaam in the Gents Imambargha

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