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5th Southern African Waqf Training 2017

27 – 29 October 2017/ 1439 /  Durban, South Africa Participant Feedback Venue: Coastlands Umhlanga Convention Centre Address: 329 Umhlanga Rocks Dr, Umhlanga Ridge, Umhlanga Rocks, 4000   Click here to view the latest programme. Day 1-3 Presentations, Waqf presentation videos  – click here   Jumuah recordings Moulana Taha Karaan – click here Moulana Abdul Khaliq Allie – click here Gala Dinner Audio ADV. Ab Mahomed – click here Photo Highlights   Day 1 & Day 2 – click here Day 3 – click here Presentations Mufti Zubair Bhayat – click here Dr. Osman Babiker – click here Shauket Fakie – click here Dr. Hisham Daftedar –  click here Dr. Shamsiah Abdul Karim – click here Zeinoul Cajee – click here Adv. Mahomed Vahed –  click here Hoosain Agjee – click here Shiraz Gany – click here Mohsien Hassiem – click here Dr. Osman Babiker Ahmed – click here Dr. Hisham Dafterdar – click here Dr. Elgoni – click here Ali Masango – click here Prof. Dangor Roundup – click here   Waqf Workshop Livestream video – click here   Radio Interviews VOC FM: Shafiq Morton – Drive Time speaks to Awqaf SA CEO Zeinoul Cajee about the Waqf Workshop Durban Content hosted by iono.fm Radio Al Ansaar: Aneesa  – speaks to Awqaf SA Zeinoul Cajee about Waqf and Shaykh Shuaib Omar who is a Shariah compliant Wills expert. Click here Introduction The Divine and Prophetic institution of Waqf has been part of and ingrained in Islamic History, Shariah, Civilisation, and Culture. The Muslim world is replete with iconic humanitarian service infrastructure ranging from Masajid, Schools,  Universities, Libraries, Hospitals, Clinics,  Homes for the Elderly, Orphans, and Destitute; Roads, Bridges, Cemeteries, Agricultural Farms, Nature Reserves, pavements,  state and community security, water canals, … and the list goes on… whatever the community needed, the Waqf system provided.  But what about the sustainability of these institutions and infrastructure? How were the upkeep of these institutions funded? From where were staff paid ?  Who paid for the scholars that searched relentlessly for answers and solutions to vexing questions in religion, science, technology, medicine, engineering, astronomy, geography, history, etc?  The answer is simple: It was the waqf system – peoples generosity and  a deep understanding of  this unique system of Islamic solidarity.   The waqf system ensured that that there were commercial  waqfs that funded and subsidized the infrastructure and institutions. A completely voluntary system of Capital Giving in the way of Allah. Awqaf SA together with its partners, the Islamic ...

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