Bilal Muslim Mission Kenya

To promote the Madhab of Ahlul Bait (a.s.) with other non-member Shia communities and with Muslims and non-Muslims at large in Kenya


MAHE RAMADHAN 1434 A.H (2013)


Bilal Muslim Mission in conjunction with the FEDERATION OF KSI JAMATS OF AFRICA & the WORLD FEDERATION OF KSI MUSLIM COMMUNITIES was able to distribute ration for iftar to the Muslims in the rural areas before the holy month of Ramadhan providing relief to the less fortunate families.

Total ration purchased for Masajids, Madaris and secondary schools cost K. Shs. 1,082,060/- which included maize flour, wheat flour, beans, sugar, rice and cooking oil.


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RAMADHAN 1434 A.H / 2013


Fasting is a universal custom practiced by Muslims worldwide in the Holy month of Ramadhan. It is essential for us to remember the less fortunate in the society as we prepare ourselves for this holy month.

Bilal Muslim Mission of Kenya, was able to distribute Iftar /Sehri to Masjids, families in the rural and urban areas, inmates of Shimo la tewa Borstal/Prison and students in the boarding schools benefited from this distribution.

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Open forum, an initiative that Bilal Muslim Mission of Kenya embarked on last year to deliberate on issues affecting the locals in the various rural villages that the mission operates in.

bmmk_forum_2Key among them is; declining unity amongst Muslims, insecurity, educational and leadership challenges among others.

On 14th April 2013, an Open Forum was organized at Ahlul Kisaa Centre, Kichakamkwaju in South Coast region of Kenya. The Mission invited leaders, local scholars and followers of various sects across the Muslim domain to talk about the message from the Holy Prophet (S.A.W.W) on how to overcome these challenges. 18 madaaris from across the region participated in this forum.

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Bilal Muslim Mission of Kenya organized a ten days IRE seminar for the Assistant Muallims in charge and IRE Teachers from 15 BMMK rural centers, Zahra Madrassah and Swafaa Islamic Center from 15th April 2013 to 26th April 2013. A total of 38 participants attended this seminar.

The main objective of this seminar was to guide the participants on teaching methodologies. Different topics on the educational spheres like on Qualities of a teacher, Traditional & Contemporary teaching methods, Building Teacher-Student-Parent relationship, Reflective Practice in teaching,  Use of chalkboards &  teaching aids, Classroom management, Teachers' Professional documents, Teaching methods & learning styles and Micro teaching. These were dealt with by the facilitators Br Lubuva Eliyasa, Principal – Coast Teachers Training College, Kibaha, Dar es Salaam, Mr. Kazungu Charo, Teacher from Jaffery Academy, Mombasa and Br. B A Ahmedali, Quality Assurance Standards Department (QASD) from Bilal Muslim Mission of Kenya.


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Why was Hazrat F?timah Zahra (a.s) called Zahra?

Imam Ja'far ibn Muhammad al-S?diq (A.S) said that when she used to stand under the arch (Mehraab) for offering prayers, her radiance used to shed light for those high up in the skies in the same manner as the stars shed their light on the earth for the benefit of it's inhabitants." [Reference:  Nisa' an-Nabiy wa Awladuh, p.92. ]

A special function to commemorate the Wiladat of Sayyidah Fatimatuz Zahra (a.s) and Sayyidah Zaynab (a.s) was held on Saturday, 4th May 2013 at the Bilal Hall, Mombasa. A large number of women and children attended this program.

LFD_3The programme, commenced with the recitation of Hadithul Kisaa by Sis Rukiya Datoo followed by a verse from the Holy Quran with translation in Kiswahili by Sis Zahra Salim and Sis Zahra Allidina. Sis Ummukulthum from BMMK welcomed the ladies.

A short lecture was delivered by Sis Ruiya Salim on "The Role played by Sayyidah Zainab (as) in Islam."


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