The Muslim Judicial Council of South Africa (MJC) joins interfaith leaders, human rights activists and people of conscience in expressing our anger at authentic and credible reports that have emerged from Myanmar regarding the ongoing genocide of the Rohingya, a minority Muslim ethnic civilian population.
The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) calls on Myanmar’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi to stop all human rights abuses directed at the Rohingya Muslims. The United Nations consider the Rohingya Muslims as the world’s most persecuted minority who for centuries lived in Arakan, now known as Rakhine.
The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) categorically states that as a religious authority based in South Africa, the safety and security of all people living in our country including tourists is of paramount importance. Likewise, the well-being, dignity and safety of Muslims should also be taken into consideration prior to the issuing of terror alerts. Random […]
The Muslim Judicial Council wishes Hafith Yusuf Davids of the Al Ameen Hafith School in Cape Town the best for the forthcoming International Quran Competition in Makkah al Mukarramah.
The Muslim Judicial Council (MJCSA) was honoured to host Shazrina Binti Azman (Mizz Nina) and the honourable Mufti Menk who accompanied Mizz Nina on her trip to South Africa. Shazrina aka Mizz Nina was a famous Malaysian hip hop song writer and singer who rose to fame with her solo album, “What you waiting for” […]