Bilal Muslim Mission Tanzania

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

Ref: BMM 48-1434                                                                        

BILAL MUSLIM MISSION TANGA CELEBRATE THE BIRTH OF IMAM MUHAMMAD AL BAQIR (A.S.)

Bilal Muslim Mission Tanga celebrated the birth of the 5th Holy Imam, Muhammad bin Ali (Al-Baqir) (AS) on the eve of 1 Rajab 1434 (11 May 2013) at its main center in Tanga.

A large gathering of both males and females, listened attentively to the reciter, Sheikh Baaqir Lumbongo, a student of Hawzatul Al Qaim, expounding on the life and achievement of this personality.

The Holy Imam is known widely by his title 'Baqir' as the one to bring out knowledge to the public like the plough splits the earth and brings out the fertile soil from underneath. He recounted the famous 'hadith' of the Holy Prophet (saww) prophesying the birth of his progeny to be known by the title of'Al- Baqir' as he would split wide open the knowledge of religion

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Ref: BMM 49-1433                                                               

Bilal Muslim Mission Tanga – New Hawza Staff

To ensure continuous improvement and maintain a high standard of the training provided at its Hawzas, namely, Hawzatul Qaim and Hawzatul Nisa, Bilal Muslim Mission of Tanga has added new instructors in its team. These are SYED WAJEEH AKBAR and SHEIKH ABDUL AMEER MUHAMMAD both from Iran. The additional instructors will ensure that the Hawzatul Qaim is continuing to provide religious knowledge of a high standard.

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Furthermore, to ensure that the female students at its Hawza (Hawzatul Nissa) are  looked after, the Mission has also employed Ustadhat Aisha, who will be parenting the female students attending the Hawza and also look after the children's Madrassa.

 

The Mission wishes to acknowledge and thank all those who have made this recruitment possible and thus enable the Mission to fulfill the Holy Prophet (saww) directive that ''the best amongst you is one who seeks knowledge and enables others to seek knowledge'. May Allah (swt) grant them 'tawfeek' to continue with their good deeds - Ameen.

Ref: BMM 42-1433  

MOSHI BRANCH OF BILAL TANZANIA COMMEMORATES
THE DEATH ANNIVERSARY OF HAZRAT FATEMAH AZ ZAHRA (SA)

Being the days marking the tragic death of Hazrat Fatimah (SA), the daughter of the Holy Prophet of Islam, Bilal Muslim Mission - Moshi Branch, held Majalis in all of their 4 branches. The Majalises were delivered in Kiswahili by Sheikhs and by the students.

Booklets, donated by Al Mahdi Center, on the life of Hazrat Fatimah (SA) in Kiswahili, were distributed to the students and to the ladies who attended evening classes followed by quiz.

The pictures below show students answering questions on the life of the daughter of our beloved Holy Prophet (SAWW).

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On behalf of Bilal Tanzania Moshi Branch, we would like to express our appreciation to Al Mahdi Center and Brother Ahmed Teja for donating the books and posters for the occasion. May the Almighty reward them amply for their kindness and support in the Tableegh of the Madh'ab of Ahlul Bayt (AS) – Ameen.

 

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Bilal Muslim Mission of Tanzania Head Quarter

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

BILAL CAMPUS COMMEMORATES DEATH ANNIVERSARY OF HOLY LADY HAZRAT FATEMA AZ ZAHRA (SA)

Shahadat of Holy Lady Fatema (SA) was commemorated on Friday, 12th April 2013 at the Bilal Comprehensive School (BCS) Dar-es-Salaam along with Qur'an Khitmah for the victims who lost their lives in the building which collapsed on 29th March 2013.

The Nursery pupils were given explanation on the life of Lady Fatema (SA) by their teachers which included a movie show, and the Lower Primary were given a talk by their teachers followed by Quiz activity sheets to evaluate on the talk given to the pupils.

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BILAL MUSLIM MISSION OF TANZANIA
CONDUCTS FREE EYE CAMP NACHINGWEA
29TH MARCH TO 1ST APRIL 2013

The Bilal Muslim Mission of Tanzania organized a free eye camp over the Easter weekend (29 March to 1 April 2013), at Nachingwea in the southern region of Tanzania, more than 620 km from Dar es Salaam.  The camp was fully sponsored by Beta Charitable Trust of the United Kingdom.

Camp was set at Nachingwea Primary School; a kitchen was also set in the School for the meals for the eye camp workers and the patients from the day they were admitted for surgery until their discharged. Seven lodges were hired to accommodate doctors and volunteers the bus had to make rounds to pick them up. An advance party had travelled two days prior to the start of the Camp to make arrangements with the local officials and to reach out to the patients in nearby villages.

Nearly 3022 patients were screened and 112 cataract surgeries performed by Dr. Jerry and his team at the Nachingwea Hospital during the period. Another 140 patients will have their cataract surgery during the Union Day weekend (26th to 28th April 2013) by the same team of doctors and nurses.

FULLY SPONSORED BY BETA CHARITABLE TRUST, U.K.
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