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  • 26 May 2017

    Port Elizabeth:
    Al Bayaan:
    | Awatif: Sheikh Ebrahim Essop | Azhar: Moulana Basheer Moosagie | Baywest: Hafiz Muhammad Osman | Bloemendaal: Sheikh Ramadaan Shabaan | Booysens Park: Sheikh Imad Lagerdien | Central: Sheikh Iman Nakhomo | Cottrell St: | Darul Uloom: Mufti Siraj Desai | Fuqara: Moulana Salmaan Moosagie | Grace St: Imam Abdul Haseeb Jappie | Greenacres: Moulana M Ali Desai | Huda: Moulana Abdurrahmaan Nackerdien | Humphries St: Hafiz Tayyib Moosagie | Korsten JK: Moulana Shafi Moosa | Kuyga: | Mansoor: Moulana Salmaan Fredericks | Motherwell: Imam Moosa Milanzi | NMMU: | New Brighton: Sheikh Nceba Salamntu | Overbaakens: Moulana Nazeem Moosagie | Pier St: Moulana Riyaad Jappie | Rudolph St: Sheikh Abdullatief Lagerdien | Ruvan Centre: Moulana Meraj Mdahoma | Saabireen: Sheikh Majdie Jardien | Salt Lake: Moulana Maseehullah Desai | Taqwa: | West End: Moulana Hussain Kapery

     

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  • 2017

    May

    25: Somalia Feedback. Masjid Mansoor after Esha (7.15 pm Jamaat)

     

    26: Ramadan Starts. First Taraweeh. Subject to sighting of moon

    26: Moonsighting Event. Fathers and sons. Malabar Eidgah. Maghrib Salaah at the Eidgah

     

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    15: Itikaf Starts. Subject to sighting of moon

     

    16: Youth Hamper Distribution. 8.30am-12.00pm. From Madressa Mansoor

     

    24: Youth Itikaf. Masjid Mansoor. Sat 9.00pm-Sun 6.00am. Registration: 082 883 6601

     

    24: Moonsighting Event. Fathers and sons. Malabar Eidgah. Maghrib Salaah at the Eidgah 

    26: Eidul Fitr. Subject to sighting of moon

 

 

 
 
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Imaduddeen Muhammad bin Qasim bin Yusuf Sakifi. Born: 695 in Taif, Arabia. Died: 715. He was an Umayyad general who, at the age of 17, began the conquest of the Sindh and Punjab regions in India (now part of Pakistan) for the Umayyad Caliphate.

 

He was born and raised in Taif and his conquest of Sindh and Punjab laid the foundations of Islamic rule in the Indian subcontinent. Umayyad governor Hajjaj Ibn Yusuf, Muhammad's paternal uncle, was instrumental in teaching him about warfare and governance. Muhammad married his cousin Zubaidah, Hajjaj's daughter, shortly before going to Sindh.
 
Under Hajjaj's patronage, Muhammad was made governor of Persia, where he put down a rebellion. On getting a letter of appeal for help from Muslim widows captured by Hindu pirates Hajjaj sent Muhammad Bin Qasim in 711 at the head of an army even though the Muslim state was busy with conquests in Spain and Africa. The army had 6,000 Syrian cavalry and detachments of soldiers from Iraq. At the borders of Sindh it was joined by an advance guard and six thousand camel riders and later reinforcements from the governor of Makran came by sea along with five catapults.
 
Ibn Qasim captured Sindh and established Islamic law. Local non Muslims were treated tolerantly and formed part of the administration.
 
After Hajjaj died, Muhammad Ibn Qasim was captured on the orders of the new Caliph, who was a political opponent of Hajjaj, and killed when he was 20 years old. This teenage hero of Islam lies in an unknown grave. He had a son named Amr bin Muhammad who later became governor of Sindh. 
 
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