This special and urgent meeting was convened by the MJC on Monday, 18 June 2018 at the MJC Chambers at 14:00.
All Praise is due to Allāh, Lord of the Worlds; Peace and Blessings be upon our Beloved Prophet Muḥammad his family and companions. The Muslim Judicial Council (SA), Presidency, Executive Council (Exco) and Senior Council (Imārah) and all our structures would like to extend our heartfelt message and congratulations on this auspicious occasion of Eid […]
Two worshippers were killed and two others injured in a brutal attack that took place at the Malmesbury Mosque, outside Cape Town, in the early hours of this morning. The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) condemns this vicious attack in the strongest terms. Islam is not a religion of violence and holds all life sacred. The […]
The month of Ramaḍān 1439/2018 has been extremely difficult and strenuous for Muslims in South Africa. It was plagued by much controversy, discord and disunity from defamation and slander to blatant disrespect and takfīrism (excommunication).
The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) strongly opposes the selling and re-development of part of the Tana Baru cemetery in Bo-Kaap. The Tana Baru cemetery has a long, rich history dating back to the 18th century and consists of the graves of formidable pioneers of early Muslims of South Africa like Tuan Guru, Abubakr Effendi and […]
The Ormonde Masjid incident, followed by the verbal virulence articulated against the group of women involved, has shaken our community.
The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) was proud to host an Iftar dinner with State President Cyril Ramaphosa in Rylands, Cape Town on Wednesday evening.
Assalaamu Alaykoem wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatu — May the peace and blessings of Almighty Allah be Upon you. Allah Almighty says, “O You who believe! Fasting is prescribed to you as it was prescribed to those before you, so that you may be Allah-Conscious (come closer to Allah). [Fasting] is for a fixed number of […]
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.