In a show of sympathy at the barbaric and senseless killing of an innocent member of the Verulam community in Durban, the President of the Muslim Judicial Council (SA), Shaykh Irafaan Abrahams, and his deputy, Maulana Abdul Khaliq Ebrahim Allie, travelled to Verulam on Monday night 14 May 2018.
The MJC condemns the murder of 52 Palestinians on Monday and commend the South African government for withdrawing its Ambassador from Israel.
The MJC (SA) and the International Community condemns the United States of America’s moving of its Embassy to the blessed city of Al Quds. Despite international criticism, the United States officially opens its embassy in occupied Jerusalem today.
The Fatwa Committee of the Muslim Judicial Council is pleased to announce the following quantities and values for Ṣadaqat al-Fiṭr and Fidyah:
Members of the MJC Women’s Forum will be travelling to Turkey this weekend to assist with distribution of relief aid to Syrian Refugees on the Turkey/Syrian border.
The following organizations had an amicable and fruitful meeting at the MJC Offices in Athlone on the 3rd May 2018.
The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) is delighted to host Rohingya activists Nay San Lwin and UK-based documentary filmmaker Shafiur Rahman as part of the South African Rohingya Events Week from 1 – 7 May 2018.
Today, 27 April 2018, South Africans celebrate Freedom Day, which marks the start of our hard-won transition from Apartheid to Democracy and Freedom.
The MJC (SA) is deeply concerned about the spate of recent break-ins at Islamic institutions in Mitchell’s Plain area this past week.