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Eid Mubarak 1440

Eid Mubarak 1440/2019

Awqaf SA Mutawallees, Management and Ambassadors, wish all Muslims a blessed Eid and a day filled with joy. We thank our donors for your support in Awqaf SA’s quest of the Revival of the Divine Institution of Waqf. May Allah bless and reward you all abundantly. GIVE A WAQF GIFT for EID.This Eid, take the opportunity to make your Waqf.Registration link:http://bit.ly/2McdKt0 #Sharethecare Banking Details Awqaf SA FNB Bank account: 62052404145 BC: 250655 REF: UR CELL NO/NAME For more information: info@awqafsa.org.za www.awqafsa.org.za

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Fasting Certificate 1440

Give a Fasting child a certificate The Prophet (S.A.W) said: “There are seven categories of people who are under the shade of Allah on the Day when there is no shade except Allah’s Shade…” one of these catergories is”…. a youth who has been raised in the worship of Allah.”(Saheeh al-Bukhari Vol1 p356) About“The Fasting Children of Islam Certificates” are a recognition of our children’s commitment and dedication to Ramadaan and the consciousness and eagerness that display in fulfilling this act of worship. Through these types of programmes, we pray that our children will become flagbearers and leaders of society in the future, Insha’Allah.“LOVE, LEARN & LIVE ISLAM” Children of Islam Fasting Certificate Download now!

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Ramadaan Waqf Pledge 2019

Awqaf South Africa is dedicated to developing and promoting the divine institution of Waqf.Awqaf SA initiates and funds a variety of community development, infrastructure and poverty eradication projects and programmes in Health Care, Education, Social Cohesion, Leadership Development and other sustainable initiatives You too can help and benefit forever by making a Waqf NOW by donating cash, property, shares or any other assets no matter how small or big. Reap the benefit of an ongoing sadaqah jariyah. Be part of this Prophetic PRACTICE of changing lives and Pledge your support and establish your Waqf through Awqaf SA. On behalf of the Awqaf SA, Board of Trustees, management, staff and Ambassadors we wish our community a blessed Ramadaan Mubarak. May we be elevated to greater spiritual heights through our ibadah and consciousness of the plight of others. Awqaf SA… providing sustainable solutions… purely for the love of Allah.  Our Community Sovereign Fund. Day 1 Pledge line Make a Waqf / Sadaqah Jaariya Pledge and earn perpetual rewards. Tune into the Awqaf SA ITV pledge line: ITV channel 347 or via live stream: https://www.facebook.com/iTVNetworksSA/ ITV number: 011 086 7700/1/2/3 Event DetailsSaturday1 June 201921:00pm – 01:00am Make your pledge Via sms/WhatsApp: 084 786 0010 Email: pledge@awqafsa.org.za Web: www.awqafsa.org.za/pledge Donate via Payfast: https://www.payfast.co.za/donate/go/awqafsa Snapscan: https://pos.snapscan.io/qr/WCSC6347 Banking detailsFNBAccount Name: Awqaf SAAccount Number: 62052040145Branch code: 254005Ref: Cell number & your name Pledge via our easy to use Payfast facility Day 1 Pledge Form Loading…

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Enver Surty Book launch

In Pursuit of Dignity – Enver Surty

“In Pursuit of Dignity” – authored by Enver Surty Who is Enver Surty?He is the son of the soil of Rustenburg, who has a long history of professional, social and political service to the community of Rustenburg, and the people of South Africa. About the eventThe book will be sold at the launch and the net proceeds will be held in trust for early childhood development of children with disabilities and promoting young black writers.Find out more: https://awqafsa.org.za/enver-surty/ Guest SpeakerAngie Motshekga, Minister of Basic Education “Even though I have known comrade Enver for more than 24 years, I found his vignettes both absorbing and interesting. I am acutely aware of his quiet and unobtrusive but critical interventions in the negotiations on the Bill of Rights. I have enjoyed the stories that cumulatively make a fascinating narrative of how cadres from different walks of life have given unstintingly of themselves to create a better tomorrow…” Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa, President of the Republic of South Africa “In Pursuit of Dignity” is a compelling and thoughtful collection of short stories that flows imperceptibly into a strong tale of a stalwart of our long struggle for freedom. From the narration, I admire his role as an activist attorney, his ready interaction with and spread out to surrounding communities and their struggles and his ultimate entry into the liberation movement.Dikgang Moseneke, former Deputy Chief Justice of the Constitutional Court of South Africa “A riveting and compelling read. This is vintage Surty: committed, transparent, humble, witty ...

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From the Spice Islands to Cape Town : The Life and Times of Tuan Guru.

The book forms part of the Awqaf’s Leaders and Legacies Project to honour our past & present leaders.   Muslims have been part of the struggle for human rights and  freedom since their banishment to Robben Island and other parts of the Cape  in the early 17th century. We recall the revered names of political prisoners  Tuan Guru, Shaykh Yusuf, Hadjie Matarim and others (May Allah be pleased with them) who made the ultimate sacrifice against Dutch and British colonizers and slave masters. Nationwide book launches Alhamdulillah, Awqaf SA in collaboration with our supporting organisations hosted books launches in Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg. Venues: For for information contact: Hasanain Abdullah 079 507 1196 About Tuan Guru Tuan Guru, which means “Master Teacher”, is the popular name of a hero of Cape Islam. His full name is Imam ‘Abdullah ibn Qadi ‘Abd al-Salam, which means that he was the son of a religious judge, Qadi ‘Abd al-Salam.Qadi ‘Abd al-Salam hailed from the royal house of Tidore, which was one of the famous Spice Islands in Indonesia. The spice for which Tidore was famous was the clove. Tuan Guru’s mother was Boki, or Princess, Nuriniyah. Tuan Guru had five brothers and two sisters.Tuan Guru was born in Tidore in 1712. He died in Cape Town in 1807 aged 95 years. He arrived at the Cape on the Dutch East India Company sailing ship, the Zeepard, in 1780 when he was 68 years old. He was sent to Robben Island. The Dutch sent him to the ...

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