The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) hereby expresses its sincere condolence to the families affected by the Cyclone Idai which has destroyed the infrastructure and lives of many in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe. South Africa is home to 1000’s of brothers and sisters from our neighbouring countries and many of the families of nationals from those…
The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) in the strongest terms condemn the horrific Terror Attacks perpetrated on two Mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand on Friday, 15 March 2019. We pray for the deceased and all those affected in this tragic event.
The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) fully supports the call by Faith Leaders for a silent march against lawlessness in South Africa.
Whilst the Malmesbury community in the Western Cape return to routine, the scars of the mosque attack will remain a black mark in the town’s history.
Cape Town women aim to assist Syrian refugees on the Turkish/Syrian border by supplying them with much-needed food and household items.
The Muslim Judicial Council (SA) calls upon the Muslim community to identify with the drought that we are currently experiencing in the Western Cape and to use it as an opportunity to draw closer to Almighty Allāh.
The MJC in conjunction with members of the Siddique Mosque in Elsies River is assisting more than 500 residents who lost all their possessions in a devastating fire in the 7de Laan informal settlement in Valhalla Park last year.
The President of the Muslim Judicial Council (SA) Shaykh Irafaan Abrahams attended an event hosted by Muslim Hands to honour parents with down syndrome children and to hand over nebulizers toiletries and gifts to them over the weekend.
The national 16-Days of Activism are upon us and in support of this initiative, the Muslim Judicial Council in conjunction with the Muslim Judicial Women’s Forum (MJCWF), adopted a Gender-Based Violence (GBV) awareness campaign. The initiative culminates in a protest march, which will be a silent march, themed ‘UNsilence Violence, on Wednesday, 29th November 2017. Identifying GBV awareness…