We, the Faithful of South Africa, greet you in the name of all the religions that make up the Greater community of Cape Town. We come before you humbly today in peace and in silence and in the name of the Sacred Texts of the various religions we represent.
The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) respects the constitutional court’s decision in relation to its ruling on marijuana or ‘dagga’. This, however, does not change the Islamic position on the issue.
Over the past month, Faith Leaders in Cape Town have been working tirelessly to unify our city and our communities in the name of Peace.
The MJC is extremely dismayed and deeply concerned at the increased reports of child abductions, attempted child kidnappings, child rapes and murders within the Western and Eastern Cape.
The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) welcomes the decision of the Western Cape High Court in granting relief in the form of providing Muslim women and their children, legal protections upon the dissolution of marriages.
The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) joined the Bonteheuwel community in closing access to the area to protest against gangsterism, crime and violence on Wednesday morning.
Mubarak (congratulations) to Shaykh Muneer Abduroaf who graduated as a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in the Faculty of Law at the University of the Western Cape on Monday.
The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) fully supports the call by Faith Leaders for a silent march against lawlessness in South Africa.