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

"O People, eat from the land what is permitted & good & do not follow in the footsteps of Shaitan, for he is an open enemy to you."
(Al Baqarah, 2:168)

Al Mahdi Centre – Samburu in collaboration with Bilal Muslim Mission of Kenya organized a youth-based forum on 31st March 2013 to deliberate on issues affecting youth of today at the grass root level.

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Gender Empowerment through Economic Upliftment

This project initiated with the idea of empowering women in the rural areas to have an additional source of income to contribute towards their household expenses in these times of extremely high rate of poverty, accelerating rate of inflation, rise in the standard of living and lack of adequate rainfall.

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Unity amongst the Muslim Community

One of the important roles played by Bilal Muslim Mission of Kenya is to preach peace and unity amongst Muslim communities.

The Mission organized an Open forum at Ahlul Bayt Centre, Moyeni on 24th February 2013, where members of the community, irrespective of their religious affiliations, age or gender were invited.

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To mark the birth anniversary of the Holy Prophet (S.A.W.W), Bilal Muslim Mission of Kenya organized a grand function on 2nd February, 2013 at the Bilal Hall, Mombasa.

The function attracted Muslims brothers from all corners of Mombasa and its environs including Madressahs.

Qaswida were recited by students from Madrasah Amirul Mu'minin Matuga, Madrasah Swalihin Kisauni and other Islamic institutions.

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An elaborative and enlightening speech by Sheikh Rijali Bwana Rijali, articulated the topic on prophethood from Prophet Adam (a.s.) to Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.w).

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MILAD-UN NABI SEMINAR IN MOMBASA

bmmk_maulid_3The Mission, for the first time organized a Milad-un Nabi Seminar at Samburu Secondary School on 17th February 2013, where 20 secondary schools were invited, with individual number of students with attendance of about 900.  The Theme of the seminar was "PEACE and UNITY" reflecting on the life of the Holy Prophet Mohamed (SAWW)

Ustadh Salim Chimvatsi, spoke on "The Spread of Islam"

Sheikh Musa Shali, spoke on "Peace and The Prophet's Leadership."

There was a question and answer session after the lectures. Many questions were posed from the curious students on the prophet's leadership in comparison with the current leadership. The Seminar was interactive and great interest was shown by the participants.

bmmk_maulid_4Local leaders from the area, teachers and other leaders who showed keen interest expressed their appreciations to the mission for organizing such a forum.

"...We all know that Islam stands for peace. Peace is the main component of Islam and is one of the most important things we need to carry on with our day to day activities...." Said the Principal Samburu Secondary School

Bilal Muslim Mission of Kenya
P.O. Box 82508 - 80100
Tel: 254 41 2229641
Mombasa

For news of our activities, visit www.kenbilal.org 

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For the third consecutive year, the Mission in collaboration with IEB of World Federation of KSIMC and Federation of KSI Jamaats of Africa had organized a ten day workshop for muballigheen and muballighat in an effort to create a platform of learning and sharing of knowledge and experiences.

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cpd_2The workshop attracted 70 participants from various organizations in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda that was led by the Alhaj Sheikh Ayub Rashid, a Scholar from the United Kingdom. The workshop commenced on 10th to 20th December, 2012 at Bilal Hall.

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