The MJC (SA) is deeply saddened and strongly condemn the vandalism perpetrated against the St Marks Anglican Church on Wednesday afternoon.
The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) calls on the Western Cape community to perform Solaatul Istisqaa in congregation on Sunday, 01st October 2017.
The Muslim Judicial Council of South Africa (MJC) expresses its well wishes to all South African Muslims and all Muslims across the world as we welcome the Islamic New Year – Muharram 1439.
Assalaamoe Alaykoem I greet you with the universal greetings of peace. May Allah (God) grant us the peace and tranquillity throughout our lives. To all of us — the mothers, the sisters, the daughters and our counterparts.
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 history of the Rohingya people: The Rohingya are an ethnic minority Muslim group living in Myanmar for the past 800 years. In 1982 the military junta revoked their citizenship and rendered them stateless. Myanmar is a country that is 90% Buddhist. According to the UN the Rohingya in Myanmar are the world’s most persecuted […]
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.
As Eid-ul Adha celebrations came to an end, the Muslim Judicial Council (SA) in partnership with Hayrat Humanitarian Aid Association successfully concluded their Udhiyah/Qurbani Programme for 1438/2017 in the Western Cape, on Monday.
Our beloved brothers and sisters in Islām As you know, we have entered the peak of the ten significant days of Dhū Al-Ḥijjah — the most significant days in the lives of Muslims.
The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) presented their recommendations to the National Muslim Prison Board of South Africa (NMPB)’s annual general meeting over the weekend that saw all role-players including the Department of Correctional Services plan the way ahead.