Wednesday, 28/Oct/2020; 11-Rabi Al Awwal 1442 AH

Alhaj Marhum MohamedBaqir Alloo

Alhaj MohamedBaqir Alloo, of Toronto, Canada was a rare example of a person who devoted his leisure time continuously in service of the community since his youth. His service in various spheres spanned over 65 years. Baqirbhai was a member of the large Alloo family, born Zanzibar in 1928. His grandfather had emigrated from India in about the...

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Alhaj Habib Jafferali Mulji Remembered

Community Lost a Legend and a Visionary Leader Marhum Alhaj Habibbhai Mulji was an accomplished social worker and acknowledged leader of our Community in Africa.  Born in Mwanza in 1930, he started serving the community in several positions from a young age of 30.  From Nairobi to Dar es Salaam he served in the Managing Committee under different...

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What do we gain from Azadari?

Imam Hussein’s (‘a) Azadari is a religious and worldly gain but do we take its advantages? Its actual season is Muharram; however, we can perform the good deeds throughout 365 days. The Azadari is one’s desirous contemplation however when we hear the history, our hearts cry and the lovers grieve over it with a heavy heart. Those who...

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A Glimpse of Muharram Azadari in East Africa

EXCERPTS FROM SALSABIL NEWS OF AUGUST 1956 The Islamic New Year commences on the first day of Muharram, the first month in the lunar Islamic calendar, which differs from the Gregorian calendar. The occasion comes with very little celebration as compared to January 1st in the case of the Gregorian calendar. Except for Muslim dominant nations, it is...

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