The KSI Jamaat of Dar-es-Salaam, our largest Jamaat on the mainland Africa successfully hosted the Africa Federation Forum – ‘Vision for the Future’and the 75th Supreme Council Session on 2nd and 3rd May 2014 at the Imambargha in Dar es Salaam.
Both the Sessions were well attended by about 130 participants from Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Mozambique, and also from Madagascar and Reunion Territorial Councils. Number of invitees came from different parts of Mainland Africa, India, U.S.A. and from the United Kingdom; among the attendees were the President of the World Federation, Dr. Asgarali Moledina, the Peterborough Jamaat President, Alhaj Razahussein Rahim, and Alhaj Ali Hasnain Dosani, the CHB Representative in Ahmedabad, India.
The Trustees of the Africa Federation from Kenya (Alhaj Sultan Molu & Alhaj Ebrahim Jaffer), Uganda (Alhaj Ebrahim Kassam & Alhaj Mohamed Manji) and Tanzania (Alhaj Mehboob Versi & Alhaj Mushtak Fazel) were also present at the Sessions.
Heroes of our Community Marhum Mohammedtaki Rehemtullah Pirbhai –Arusha.
When it comes to helping others, our community has always showed its true character of selfless service and leading the honorary work of this great community. They have dedicated their lives to the betterment of our community and have spearheaded the community in a way that they became beacon of inspiration and hope to the next generation.
Haji Mohammedtaki Rehemtullah Pirbhai: 1919-1964.
Born in Mombasa and after acquiring his education in Mombasa, he joined his family business in Arusha at a very young age dealing in produce and transportation. In those days the businesses flourished and the family prospered to great heights known as REHMTULLAH PIRBHAI.
At the same time Haji Mohammedtaki was an active community worker from his youth dedicating his time to betterment of the community. In 1956 he became the president of Arusha Jamaat and embarked with zeal to construct the Mosque, Imambargha & Madressah, his family being the main contributors.
A REPORT OF THE CENTRAL BILAL BOARD AND BILAL MUSLIM MISSION OF TANZANIA VISIT TO IKWIRIRI CENTRE
An entourage comprising of Mohsin Lalji (CBB Chairman), Inayat Alidina (CBB Hon Sec), Riyaz Nasser (BMMT Chairman), Mehboob Somji (BMMT Vice Chairman) and Maulana Syed Arif (BMMT Head of Tabligh) visited Masjid Ahlul-Bayt (A.S.) in Ikwiriri on 20th April 2014, a follow up on the first visit made last year by the CBB Chairman and BMMT Chairman.
The aim of this second visit was to chart out plans to improve the administration of the center, assessment of the opportunities available for Tabligh, improve facilities with quality infrastructure and to see the welfare of the community.
BILAL MUSLIM MISSION OF TANZANIA ORGANIZES MUBALLIGHEEN SEMINAR IN DAR ES SALAAM
A three-day seminar for Muballigheen and Madrasa teachers from Bilal centers was held at the Hawzatul Bilal in Temeke, Dar es Salaam from 6th to 8th May, 2014 under the new head of BMM Tanzania Tabligh Section, Syed Arif Ali Naqvi. Participants were from Arusha, Coast, Dar es Salaam, Kondoa, Moshi, Pemba and Zanzibar.
BILAL MUSLIM MISSION - TANGA BRANCH APPOINTS TEACHERS FOR HAWZATUL QAIM
Bilal Muslim Mission Tanga Branch has appointed new teachers for Hawzatul Qaim to ensure continuous improvement, maintain high standard of training and provide a high standard and quality of religious knowledge to the students at the Hawza.
KSIJ Dar recognizes top performers of 1st Quran Hifdh Drive 2014
Alhajj Shiraz Bhai Walji was delighted to present the top performers of the 1st Quran Hifdh 2014 in Dar-es-salaam on 13th Rajab, 2014.
Amongst the top performer was 10 year old Mohamedkamaal Zahir Somji who impressed the judges with his remarkable Hifdh abilities managing to pass 4 levels of the Hifdh competition. Mohamedkamaal mastered levels 1, 3, 4 and 5.
BILAL MUSLIM MISSION OF TANZANIA ORGANIZES THE 2ND FREE EYE CAMP IN MASASI 27 April - 02 May 2014
Bilal Muslim Mission of Tanzania organized a second mission free eye camp for Masasi patients. The Camp was held from 27th April to 2nd May, 2014, this was follow-on to the camp held in Masasi last year (December 2013).
A team of 5 surgeons and nurses and volunteers headed to Masasi on 27th April 2014 and were received by the Member of Parliament for Mtwara Region, Hon. Agnes Hokororo.
203 cataract surgeries were successfully carried out at Mkomahindo (Masasi District) Hospital and all the patients, by the grace of the Almighty (S.W.T.) got good vision.
Jaffery Institute of Professional Studies is proud to announce the highest record of achievement in the year 2013 since its humble beginnings over a decade ago. Our students have managed to achieve highest status nationally and internationally for ACCA (Association of Chartered Accountants) and ABE (Association of Business Executives) courses.
The December 2013 examination session produced 5 ACCA Affiliates where one Affiliate – Kaynat Abdulaleem was ranked as the second highest Affiliate in Kenya. Pavan Shah and Zainab Hassanali also achieved an outstanding result of attaining the first position countrywide in their respective papers. Maimuna Bagha, an ABE student was the best in the world in Introduction to Business at Level 4 Diploma. This is an outstanding achievement by a Kenyan student and a great sense of pride for our Institute.
Jaffery Institute of Professional Studies wishes to congratulate all the students, their parents and their lecturers for their achievement. Best wishes of success go to the Affiliates as they launch their careers in various fields.
We are looking forward to introducing more courses in the near future, professional and degree, to cater for a wider market to benefit the community and the Coast region at large. Our quality education will continue being an inspiration to uplift the standards of many and create a professional, diligent and vision oriented workforce.