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Webinar: Waqf in Zanzibar

Awqaf SA invites you to a Webinar: Waqf in Zanzibar. Event details: Saturday, 5 September 2020, 2:00pm SA time Register now: http://bit.ly/Waqf_Z

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Awqaf of the Holy Prophet (S.A.W) Book Launch Webinar

The historic first translation into English by Awqaf SA of the Awqaf of the Holy Prophet (S) and some of his Noble Sahaba, a Juristic, Historical and Documented Study By Dr ʿAbd Allah bin Muḥammad bin Saʿd al-Ḥujailī Translated by Prof Yousuf Dadoo

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Webinar: Waqf in Nigeria and the Unexplored Opportunities within the Law

About During this webinar, we intend to bring you knowledge and information about the Waqf sector in several Muslim Communities around the world.A live Question and Answer discussion will open up the session for enrichment, intervention, and enquiry.The webinar will be hosted on the Zoom platform in English.You may send your questions before the webinar to, Hasanain, email address: hasanain@awqafsa.org.za and will forward these to the speaker and Event Details Saturday, August 8, 2020 Time:11:00am Nigeria12:00pm South Africa13:00pm Makkah Webinar Video Proudly brought to you by:The International Islamic Institute of Waqf (IIIW)World Awqaf Forum (WAF)National Awqaf Foundation of South Africa (Awqaf SA)Awqaf Organisation of Nigeria (AWQAFON) Enquiries:Hasanain Abdullah+2779 5071196hasanain@awqafsa.org.za

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Eid Mubarak 1441

*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.

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Webinar: Hagia Sophia – History, Context, Politics, and Future Perspectives

The establishment of the Hagia Sophia as a Mosque after the conquest of Constantinople by Sultan Fatih in 1453, symbolised the entrenchment of an era under Islamic rule that ensured justice, peace and religious tolerance for all the citizens under the Ottoman rule irrespective of their religious beliefs or creed.

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