On 31st May 2015, Red Cross of Mombasa had their annual World Red Cross Luncheon Party for the orphans, disabled and special needs children. Children from different schools would travel long distances to attend this event. On this day, the Red Cross team aim is to make these children happy and enjoy the event. This year, Red Cross was also celebrating its 50 years of service. Furthermore, this event provide the children an opportunity to showcase their special talents and skills, it is one of the ways of creating awareness about their unique conditions as well as giving them a chance to network with, and see other children who need special care. Not only do the children learn a lot, and get motivational talks by people who are from similar backgrounds, who have achieved success in life is an asset for them but most of all, they find joy in this one special day, a time for physical and emotional change, which makes them extremely happy, they celebrate and enjoy with a variety of games, plenty of different types of snacks, sweets etc. At the end of the day, they go home with goodie bags and educational items. Perhaps this is normal for other kids but it is something very special for the vulnerable kids and it happens once every year at this event.

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Ref: CHB/HB/040/15                                                                        



In the last three years, CHB has observed increasing number of mouth cancer cases in our community. The cause of this serious disease of Mouth Cancer (from the cases that we are aware of) were due to chewing of tobacco (famously known as Pariki or Mawo) and cigarette smoking.
Sadly, about 80% of the cases of Mouth Cancer ultimately had resulted in deaths; some young people became victims of this dreadful disease. We would like parents and school teachers to watch out very closely the children and students who indulge in chewing of tobacco and stop them before it is too late to do so.

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“Together WE can make a difference”

Documentary:  Rising Above Poverty

“The best one from amongst my Ummah is one who invites (the people) towards God, the Exalted, and makes them such that they are loved by Him.” The Holy Prophet (S.A.W.W)
On Saturday 27th June 2015 Ahlul Bayt TV aired a documentary titled “Rising Above Poverty”, this documentary showcased the work that Bilal Muslim Mission of Kenya has done in propagating the Message of Islam and supporting and empowering the less fortunate people in the villages.
For those who were unable to see the documentary, below herewith is the link

We request you to take time and watch the documentary, it highlights the challenges that our Muslim brethren face and their journey to empowerment.

These accomplishments have been possible through the valuable advice and support provided by our community members and well wishers and I would like to assure them of our continued commitment in propagating the religion of Islam.

May Allah (S.W.T) reward you all for your continued support toward this cause.
Abbas H. M. Nasser
Bilal Muslim Mission of Kenya
Holy Month of Ramadhan 1436 A.H. / July 2015

CIRCULAR NO: JMT/154/15                                                                       

The Day of Eid ul-Fitr marks the end of the holy month of Ramadhan.
It’s a day we bid farewell to the beautiful days and fragrant nights of the holy month of Ramadhan.
It is a day to offer our thanks to Allah (SWT) for His grace and mercy, and it is a day when Allah (SWT) by His infinite grace and mercy rewards  us all for good deeds.
Eid ul-Fitr is a time to celebrate with family and friends the completion of a blessed month whilst making it an equally blessed festive and joyful occasion for all - A day of forgiveness, fellowship and unity, a time of giving and sharing with others.
Pinning the Federation Flag on this day signifies Unity, Fellowship and Commitment to our common goals for the betterment of our Community.
The Secretariat will be sending to all our Jamaats the self adhesive Flags to offer to our members of the Community on the Day of Eid ul-Fitr.
The proceeds derives from the Flag Day, large or small are symbolic yet exhibit our resolve in the cause of uplifting the divine values of our faith and building stronger unity of our organization.
The collections from the proceeds of the Flag Day this year will go towards the Iraq Relief Fund to assist the displaced people of Iraq suffering from sectarian conflicts and violence.   

"May our Organization survive and thrive even after we are long gone and let our act be a witness that we too played our part, Ameen."

Aunali Khalfan
Hon Secretary

REF: EBS/Flash/02/2015                                                                             


A Resolution for removal of the requirement of Guarantors for the Higher Education Loan and replaced with Parents/Guardians undertaking was adopted at the recently held Supreme Council session in Mombasa.  The resolution reads as follows:

Be it resolved that effective 1st June 2015, students applying for Higher Education Loans will no longer require to provide two guarantors for their applications. The Student and Parent/Guardian will have to take an oath in writing to repay these funds as per schedule, with the Parent/Guardian taking on joint-responsibility. All Jamaats will endeavor to assist Africa Federation in processing applications, due diligence, disbursements, and follow-ups into all such loans.

The Education Board is empowered to put new processes and controls in place to accommodate this new policy, especially related to necessary measures that should be incorporated to deal with students who willingly delay or default on their repayment obligations.

The Education Board is hopeful that with the passing of this Resolution, students will be further encouraged to pursue tertiary education.

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Visit to KSIJ-Kinshasa by Students from The American School of Kinshasa (TASOK)

On Tuesday, February 10, 2015, Grade 7 students from The American School of Kinshasa paid a visit to our mosque in order to increase their knowledge about our religion. These students were learning about the religion of Islam in one of their subjects at school and requested to visit our mosque to gain a deeper understanding of our religion and to observe the way we pray. Their purpose of the visit was to learn more about Islam, and we took this opportunity to spread the message of Islam and to clear misconceptions many people around the world have associated with this religion.

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REF: EBS/Flash/01/2015                                                                             


The Best Student Award Scheme recognizes the accomplishments of students within our community who have achieved outstanding results at O–levels. It has been conducted successfully for many years by the Education Board (EBS) under the auspices of the Federation of KSI Jamaats of Africa.

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Circular No.: JMT/153/2015                                                             

The Africa Federation Chairman, Alhaj Anwarali Dharamsi is pleased to appoint Br. Alihassan Fazleali Kassam of Dar es Salaam as the new Honorary Assistant Secretary for the term ending April 2016. He is replacing Br. Kumail Mohamed Manji who has taken up the position of Secretary General of the World Federation of KSI Muslim Communities. The appointment of Br. Alihassan is with immediate effect.
A brief Profile of Br. Alihassan:
Born on 23rd February, 1995 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Alihassan pursued his Secondary Education at Shaaban Robert Secondary School in Dar es Salaam where he completed in 2011. He enrolled in the University of Dar es Salaam in the year 2013 for a Certificate in Law course, and currently pursuing a Degree in Law.

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Marhum Haji Gulamali Haji Ismail – known affectionately as Haji Naji was an outstanding figure of his time whose name merits ably and is linked with the consolidation and progress of Khoja Jamaat in the Indo Pakistan Sub – Continent. He lived at a time when the Shia community in general and the Khoja Jamaat in particular were passing through a dark period of division and discrimination. Need of the time was for a capable leader to provide proper guidance and leadership. By His mercy and Grace, Allah (swt) Haji Naji came into the limelight who fulfilled it with great success and distinction.

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Circular No: JMT/152/15                                                                 

The World Federation Islamic Education Team has republished the Islamic Laws Book in English according to the Fatwas of His Eminence al-Sayyid Ali al-Husayni al-Sistani with a new annotated translation by Sheikh Mohammed Ali Ismail.
The Africa Federation Secretariat has received a consignment of these Books which are available at a cost of US $5 per copy.
It is recommended that every household of our Community members should have a copy of this important Book.
Member Jamaats in Africa are requested to notify the Secretariat the number of copies they require for their Jamaats and arrangements will be made to send them the same.
We request all Jamaats to publicize this during the holy month of Ramadhan and make available to the community members.

Aunali Khalfan
Hon Secretary

CIRCULAR NO: JMT/151/15                                                         


The forecast for the Crescent of 1st Shawwal 1436 A.H. is as follows: - (Please note that the forecast is based for Dar-es-Salaam and all timings are D’Salaam local time, other towns in the West should make necessary adjustments depending upon the time of sunset).
The birth of the Astronomical New Moon is at 4.26 a.m. on Thursday 16th July 2015 i.e. 29th Mahe Ramadhan 1436 A.H.
On Thursday 16th July 2015 the age of the New Moon after the Sun has set is:

Sunset 6.22 p.m.
Crescent age at Sunset 13 hours 57 minutes   
Moonset 6.46 p.m.
Time Duration 24 minutes
Crescent Elongation at Sunset     7.25 degrees
Moon Altitude at Sunset 4.56 degrees


On Friday 17th July 2015 the age of the New Moon after the Sun has set is:

Sunset 6.22 p.m.
Crescent age of Sunset 37 hours 58 minutes    
Moonset 7.35 p.m.
Time Duration 1 hour 13 minutes
Crescent Elongation at Sunset      17.50 degrees
Moon Altitude at Sunset 16.19 degrees


The best time to observe the crescent is when the sun is 5 degrees below the horizon at 6.40 p.m., when the crescent will Insha’Allah be 15 degrees North of West, 4 degree  South of where the sun had set.

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