2nd September 2006/ 7PM, Sanlam Auditorium, UJ Campus
The Muslims Students Association (MSA) (University of Johannesburg- UJ) in conjunction with Awqaf SA and the Islamic History, Arts & Culture Centre (IRCICA) will be hosting an evening of culture and inspiration.
Entitled Jalsah 2006, this event will take place on Saturday, the 2nd of September 2006 at the Sanlam Auditorium at the University of Johannesburg – Auckland Park, Kingsway Campus. (Parking available on Campus off Ripley Road)
Featuring poetry, plays, skits, martial arts and more, Jalsah 2006 promises to be the social highlight of the year. Artists and groups that will be performing include:
- Our own “Qari Abdul Basit” (Madressa Zakariya)
- Malik Arafat- Poetry recital
- Come and enjoy and embrace children from Somalia, Turkey, Burundi, Mali, Senegal, Ivory Coast, Rwanda and more and listen to their melodious Nasheeds/Nazms.
Come and experience the highlight of the evening: plays performed by members of the MSA and other community members. One is entitled “Unforgettable Echoes,” which focuses on the spread of Islam – as a culture and religion, through South Africa as well as the struggle many of the early Muslims suffered in our country. The other is “The Peoples Imaam” and tells the tale of Imaam Haroon, a leader who played a vital role in the spread of Islam and who suffered imprisonment, torture, and death under the apartheid government for his beliefs.
Proceeds raised from this event will be used to fund various social, community, and youth projects by Awqaf SA and the MSA.
Tickets for the Jalsah 2006 are available through our hotlines on
084 240 0809 or 082 367 4411 and at Al Huda Bookshop, Mayfair, at a cost of R50 each.
The event is scheduled to start at 19:00 for 19:30.
Issued By: Muslim Students Association (UJ) & Awqaf SA
084 240 0809