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  • 21 April 2017

    Port Elizabeth:
    Al Bayaan:
    | Awatif: Imam Fuad Simon | Azhar:  | Baywest: Hafiz Muhammad Osman | Bloemendaal: Moulana Meraj Mdahoma | Booysens Park: Sheikh Imad Lagerdien | Central: | Cottrell St: | Darul Uloom: Mufti Siraj Desai | Fuqara: Moulana Salmaan Moosagie | Grace St: Imam Ibrahim Tiry | Huda: Moulana Abdurrahmaan Nackerdien | Humphries St: Moulana M Sadiq Desai | Korsten JK:  | Kuyga: | Mansoor: Moulana Ahmed Fakier | Motherwell: Imam Musa Milanzi | NMMU: No Juma | New Brighton: | Overbaakens: Moulana Junaid Adam | Pier St: Moulana Maseehullah Desai | Rudolph St: Sheikh Ramadan Shaban | Ruvan Centre:  | Saabireen: Sheikh Mukhtar Raban | Salt Lake: Moulana Basheer Moosagie | Taqwa: Moulana Rushdie Nackerdien | West End: 

     

    Uitenhage:
    Haq:
    Imam Liaquat Ali Tiry | Ibaadur Rahmaan: Moulana Nazir Munshie | Mumineen: Moulana Nadeem Khan - Combined Juma with Qudama | Qudama: Combined Juma with Mumineen

     

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  • 2017

    Apr

    21: SA National Quran Competition. Eastern Cape Regionals. Darul Uloom Abu Bakr. 2.30 pm. Register: http://alquran.co.za/

    22: Qari Sauleh Peck. Lecture on Quraan in the Life of a Muslim. Masjid Mansoor after Maghrib. Ladies at Madressa

     

    Moulana Ilyaas Desai of Durban:

    25: Maktab Teachers Workshop. 3.30-4.30 pm Madressa Mansoor. Ladies facilities. All teachers welcome

    25: Public Lecture (Meraj). Masjid Mansoor after Maghrib. Ladies at the Madressa

    26: NMMU Islam Awareness Week lecture. North Campus Auditorium. 12-1.30 pm

     

    May

    11: 15th Shabaan. Subject to sighting of moon

     

    Moulana Bilal Moola of Johannesburg:

    11: 15 Shaban Talk. Masjid Mansoor after Esha (7.15 jamaat). Ladies at Madressa

    12: Juma at Masjid Ibaadur Rahmaan, Uitenhage

     

    18: Rules of Fasting. Shafi and Hanafi. Moulana Muhammad Badsha. Masjid Mansoor after Esha (7.15 jamaat)

     

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

     

    Jun

    15: Itikaf Starts. Subject to sighting of moon

    26: Eidul Fitr. Subject to sighting of moon

 

 

 
 
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The Muslim state in the form of the Ottoman Empire protected the rights of animals. This was based on the teachings of the Quran and Hadith. Here are some examples of animal welfare centuries before the West: 

 

Foundations to protect and cultivate animals and trees were established. 
Cat hospitals were opened in Usküdar and Dolmabahçe. 
To enable birds to drink water safely and easily, water bowls were put on the high walls in mosques. 
During the reign of Sultan Mehmet it was mandatory to place in the new constructions water bowls and drinking basins to enable birds to drink water safely and easily. 
It was a law that near mosques an area would be spared to provide care for the cats and dogs and cats would be fed each new day with liver and clean water. 
In freezing winter months, in order to keep wild animals on the hills, prairies and woods alive, fresh meat, plants, salt, bird food and hays were left in their natural habitats. 
It was strictly forbidden to hunt the offspring of game animals or animals at the stage of pregnancy or breeding.
The Ottomans built refined shelters for animals equal to the beauty of houses. The best examples are decorated bird palaces. 
During the time of migration it was forbidden to hunt birds. 
In 1550, a decree was passed to ban loading of animals with extreme weights. 
In 1600 it became unlawful to kill animals of which meat was not edible. (contrast this with the Western craze for hunting).
 
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