Friday, 29/Sep/2023; 14-Rabi Al Awwal 1445 AH

Africa Federation Archives – Mauritius: From Early Pioneers to a Flourishing Community

In the 1890s, the Ithna-Asheris were part of the early wave of Indian migrants to Mauritius. Among these pioneers were individuals like Visram Ebrahim from Cutch, Rashid Alidina from Cutch (a prominent sugar merchant in Mumbai), Hirji Khakoo (father of Peera Hirji from Zanzibar), Janmohamed Datoo of Cutch, Ratansi, and Mohamed Dossa Khakuwani of Bhuj. Additionally, Allarkhia Dewji...

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Africa Federation Archives – Our Community’s Journey in Uganda – Part 2

In the heart of Uganda, where the fabric of history, faith, and community intricately threads a profound narrative, three distinct chapters come to life: Fort Portal, Mbale and Soroti. Each of these places has witnessed remarkable individuals whose journeys have left an indelible mark on our community and beyond. Fort Portal: In the heart of Fort Portal, a picturesque...

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Africa Federation Archives – Our Community’s Journey in Uganda – Part 1

This narrative embarks on an extraordinary expedition through time, unveiling the remarkable evolution of our community's presence in the heart of Uganda. From the earliest pioneering footsteps on this diverse and culturally rich land to the vibrant growth that has marked our enduring legacy, this story is a testament to resilience, community spirit, and the enduring bonds that...

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Africa Federation Archives – Raising the Flag in Lubumbashi, Democratic Republic of Congo

The tragedy of Karbala has left an indelible impact on the Islamic world and beyond. It serves as a timeless reminder of the struggle against injustice, inspiring countless individuals to uphold principles of truth, justice, and resilience. The event's commemoration fosters unity, empathy, and selflessness, strengthening the bonds of the global Muslim community and it continues to be...

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