Ref: JMT/150/2015                                                                             

The Annual General Meeting of Bilal Muslim Mission of Kenya (BMMK) was held in Mombasa on Friday 17th April, 2015 in accordance with the provisions of clause 9.2 of BMMK Constitution.
The following Executive Committee Members and Trustees of BMMK were elected at the AGM for the term 2015-2017 as per the BMMK Constitution clause 6.1, 9.3.5 and 11.1.1.

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Ref: AFED/PR/56/15                                                                         

A Discussion Forum themed The Evolution of Mindset was held on Sunday 3rd May 2015, on the following day after the conclusion of the 76th AFED Supreme Council Session in Mombasa, Kenya.  The Speakers at the Forum were Alhaj Hassan Jaffer of Mombasa who presented a paper on “Case for Survival - Reality Check. Due to time constraint, the second paper titled “AFED’s Strategic Development & Sustainability” by Alhaj Shabir Najafi, Vice Chairman of Africa Federation could not be presented for discussion.  The Forum was moderated ably by Br. Tehsin Takim of Dar-es-Salaam.

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Ref: CHB/HB/039/15                                                                 


What is Depression?

Feeling sad, or what we may call "DEPRESSED", happens to all of us. The sensation usually passes after a while. However, people with a depressive disorder - clinical depression - find that their state interferes with daily life.
For people with clinical depression, their normal functioning is undermined to such an extent that both they and those who care about them are affected by it.
Depression can lead to emotional and physical problems. Typically, people with depression find it hard to go about their day-to-day activities, and may also feel that life is not worth living.
The World Health Organization estimates that 350 million people throughout the world suffer from depression. They state that depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide.

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CIRCULAR NO: JMT/149/15                                                           


The Secretariat is pleased to announce that the Sports Council has adjudged the Sports Persons for the Year 2014, they are:

Br. Ali Shariff of Dar-es-Salaam – Sportsman of the Year

Sis Faiza Somji of Arusha – Sportswoman of the Year

Nominations were received from Arusha, Dar-es-Salaam and Mombasa Jamaats.  We urge other Jamaats to participate in this Competition.

The Other Nominees were:

Sportsman:            Sajjad Sadiq Ladha of Arusha
Sportswoman:        Fatema Zehra Abdallah Lalji of Dar-es-Salaam
                              Fatema Hussein Mohamed Gulamhussein of Mombasa    

The Chairman of Africa Federation, Alhaj Anwarali Dharamsi, the Africa Federation Office Bearers and the Chairman of Sports Council, Alhaj Mahmood Somji and his Committee Members wish to convey their best wishes and congratulate the winners, nominees and their Jamaats for these wonderful achievements in sports.

Aunali Khalfan
Hon Secretary


The Africa Youth Network (AYN) is looking into launching a News Bulletin which will cover reports of the events of the youth from Jamaats and various Community Organizations in Africa and circulate them via the Africa Federation mailing list having a vast database.
A Bulletin is a form of news which becomes viral and informative for others to follow. This is an important tool of propagating towards the vision statement of AYN “Cultivating and strengthening youth networks to develop the youth for tomorrow: educated, socially aware and vibrant followers of the Ahlulbayt’’ We have come up with a medium of circulating knowledge and suitable information for the youth – by the youth and sharing the same within the community.

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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)

Every individual is duty bound to spread the message, delivered by the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAWW) to the entire mankind, in the best possible means.
Since its establishment in 1971 Bilal Muslim Mission of Kenya has endeavored to spread the Message of Islam according to the teachings of the Holy Prophet (SAWW) and his Household. 

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Ref: CHB/HB/038/15                                                                       


Eating dried dates are a good way to get your blood sugar up quickly after a fast.  Photo: Nazma Lakhani

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, and in Muslim tradition is a time of heightened commitment to piety and purification. Fasting is among the special observances that Muslims undertake, in which they refrain from eating and drinking from dawn to dusk.
Fasting radically alters the diet. Meals are limited to the morning and evening, causing the body’s metabolism to slow. Some may experience discomfort during the day. However, good health can be maintained by consuming adequate nutrients during meals. Below are some tips for observing a healthy and safe fast during Ramadan.

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The Chairman of the Africa Federation, Alhaj Mohammedbhai Dhirani officially inaugurated a new Imambara in Kigoma last May (1983). The tape cutting at this memorable occasion was done by Maulana Seyed Sajjad Hussein of Dar-es-Salaam Jamaat at the request of Mohamedbhai Dhirani.

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Arusha Jamaat Members Organizes Charity Walk For The Africa Federation Solidarity Day Fund Raising

The AFED Solidarity Day has been chosen by Africa Federation many years ago as a special day to bring about awareness on the plight of the needy in our community while we celebrate the auspicious occasion of the birthday of Imam of our time, Al Hujjah Al Mahdi (ATFS).
For the third year consecutively, the Arusha Jamaat successfully organized a Solidarity Charity Walk, on a cool bright morning of Sunday 7th June 2015 starting from 8.30 am.

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 “Together WE can make a Difference”

“Tell me and I will forget, show me and I may remember. Involve me and I will understand.” Chinese Proverb


On the 4th to the 8th of May 2015, the KWETU in conjunction with BMM Kenya organized a five days training at Mackinon Road Center:

Objectives of training: 

  • Train members on modern agricultural techniques and organic farming.
  • Soil and water conservation techniques
  • Permaculture and urban farming
  • Pest and disease management
  • Storage and value of agricultural products
  • Develop marketing skills
  • Determine population, health and environmental issues affecting agriculture


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