Masjidur Rawbie, Mitchell’s Plain, Cape Town The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) on Sunday, 10th February 2019, celebrated its 74th anniversary since its establishment in 1945. The anniversary proceedings commenced with the recitation of the last of 74 Khatams of the holy Quran, dedicated to all deceased who dedicated their lives to serving their communities through teaching…
More than 300 students from the various township Madaaris graduated on Saturday afternoon. They have all completed courses in Quran, Hadeeth, Seerah, Fiqh and Adaab. Students came from several Madaaris from the areas of Khayelitsha, Gugulethu, Phillipi, Du-noon and Langa.
It’s that time of the year where we request ladies to don a pink hijab for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This year, the MJC Women’s Forum will be hosting a relaxing picnic at the Westridge Gardens in Mitchell’s Plain on Thursday, 25th October 2018.
South African-based relief organisations today met at the offices of the Muslim Judicial Council (MJC) in Cape Town, to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that will see them join forces to raise much-needed funds for humanitarian relief efforts in Indonesia.
The 9th annual Cape Town Walk for Freedom, this year in honour of the late Moulana Ihsaan Hendricks, has been moved from 14th October to Sunday, 21st October 2018.
Written by Angelo Fick, Research Director at ASRI The persistence of racism more than two decades after the official abolition of apartheid, ought not to surprise us. Racism remains one of the many tasks that constitute the ‘unfinished business’ (Bell & Ntsebeza) we have inherited from the past, and have failed to adequately address.
As South Africans celebrate Heritage Day on 24 September, we reflect on the sacrifices, struggles and contributions made by all in bringing about an era of freedom, liberation and democracy in our beautiful country. This commemoration of Heritage Day provides us with an opportunity to once again pay tribute to the legacy of the pioneers…
The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) fully supports the call by Faith Leaders for a silent march against lawlessness in South Africa.
What is Qurbani? Qurban is the ritual slaughtering of livestock — sheep, cows, bulls, goats, camels, etc — on specific days of the Islamic calendar. The practice of Qurbani can be traced back to the time of Prophet Ibrahim (Abraham) when he dreamt that Allah ordered him to sacrifice his son, Ismail.