Thursday, 06/Oct/2022; 10-Rabi Al Awwal 1444 AH

Africa Federation Archives – Glimpses of Azadari in Africa – Muharram 1444

Imam Sadiq (A.S.) said to his companion Fudhail: “Do you sit together, talk and discuss amongst yourselves?” Fudhail replied: “Yes”. The Imam then said: “I approve of these sittings. So keep our `issue’ (Imamate) alive. May Allah exhibit mercy on those who revive our issue and mission!” (Wasail al‑Shiah, vol. 10, pg. 391). Let us remember the Marhumeen...

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Africa Federation Archives – Karbala Lives On…. Azadaari in Burundi

The consistent commemoration of the tragedy of Karbala in every age and generation, past and present rekindles the teachings of Imam Hussain (`a) invigorates and strengthens the connection the believers have with the Ahlulbayt (`a). It is the proclamation of the tragedy’s philosophy and goals that revives the message of Imam Hussain (`a) and his companions and brings it to...

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Africa Federation Archives – Remembering a Devoted Scholar Marhum Sheikh Mahmood Daya

The Holy Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.w) said: “Indeed, humility increases the dignity of one endowed with it. Be humble, and Allah will exalt you.”A humble and a devoted scholar who displayed remarkable Akhlaq whenever approached – these were the modest qualities of this esteemed personality.The (Late) Sheikh Mahmood Daya famously known as Sheikh Daya was born on 09th November 1966...

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Africa Federation Archives – Alhaj Chirag Virji Walji – A Selfless and Dedicated Volunteer

Hard work and commitment are the cornerstones that mark the personalities of some individuals. Through the years, their abilities and efforts have helped the success of organizations that they work for. One such individual is Chirag bhai Virji Walji whose experience and commitment is remarkable.Chirag bhai was born in Ndanda Mission Hospital, Masasi District on 23rd October 1936....

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Africa Federation Archives – Alhaj Anwarali Rajabali Dharamsi – A Strategist, Visionary and an Inspiring Leader

Alhaj Anwarali Dharamsi, fondly known as Anwar Bhai, was born in Kilwa, Tanzania on 22nd March 1951 to his parents Rajabali bhai and Fatma bai of the well-known Dharamsi family of Masasi and Lindi. He studied and grew up in Lindi. Upon completing his studies in 1965, Anwar Bhai started managing their small family business. His responsibilities multiplied...

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