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

Our Ref: BMMT/86-1435                                                                 

BILAL MUSLIM MISSION - TANGA BRANCH
APPOINTS TEACHERS FOR HAWZATUL QAIM

Bilal Muslim Mission Tanga Branch has appointed new teachers for Hawzatul Qaim to ensure continuous improvement, maintain high standard of training and provide a high standard and quality of religious knowledge to the students at the Hawza.

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Our Ref: BMMT/084-1435                                                                 

BILAL MUSLIM MISSION OF TANZANIA ORGANIZES
THE 2ND FREE EYE CAMP IN MASASI 27 April - 02 May 2014

Bilal Muslim Mission of Tanzania organized a second mission free eye camp for Masasi patients. The Camp was held from 27th April to 2nd May, 2014, this was follow-on to the camp held in Masasi last year (December 2013).
 
A team of 5 surgeons and nurses and volunteers headed to Masasi on 27th April 2014 and were received by the Member of Parliament for Mtwara Region, Hon. Agnes Hokororo.
 
203 cataract surgeries were successfully carried out at Mkomahindo (Masasi District) Hospital and all the patients, by the grace of the Almighty (S.W.T.) got good vision.

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Our Ref: BMMT/085-1435                                                               

BILAL MUSLIM MISSION TANGA FREE EYE CAMP
(Pangani, 24-25 April 2014)

Bilal Muslim Mission Tanga Branch, in collaboration with MOBILEYES, carried out a free eye camp in Pangani district on 24 and 25 April 2014.
 
33 patients underwent cataract surgery which was carried out by team of doctors from Muhimbili Hospital Dar es Salaam, headed by Dr. John Onesmas.
 
Bilal Muslim Mission is very grateful to Br. Akil Lalji of Arusha for his tireless efforts, dedication and for the supervision of the entire camp activity in Pangani.



Our sincere appreciation goes to the generous donors, doctors and volunteers who made this free eye camp a reality. May Allah (S.W.T.) grant them all tawfeeq and inspirtation to continue with their support of these and other humanitarian activities. Ameen.
 
BMMT Secretariat
H.O. Dar es Salaam

Our Ref: BMMT/83-1435                                                    

BILAL MUSLIM MISSION LUSHOTO, TANGA
CELEBRATES WILADAT OF BIBI FATIMAH (A.S)

 

Masjid Ahlul Kisaa of Lushoto in Tanga region, Tanzania organized the celebrations with recitations of verses from the Qur’an and Hadithul Kisaa followed by Qasidas recited by invited students from other mosques from the same area.

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Our Ref: BMMT/81-1435                                                           

 

BILAL MUSLIM MISSION – RUFIJI BRANCH COMMEMORATES THE
MARTYRDOM OF BIBI FATEMAH (A.S.)

Bilal Muslim Mission Ikwiriri Branch held a two-day program from Friday 3rd to Saturday 4th April 2014 to commemorate the Shahadah of the Holy Lady Fatimah (AS).
 
On Friday the majlis started immediately after Juma prayers and was recited by Sheikh Hasani Bongonyo on the life history of the Holy Lady, the beloved and only daughter of the Holy Prophet (SAWW) her tragic death occurred on 3rd Jamadil Thani 11 AH in Madina.
 
On Saturday the program continued with large gathering listening attentively to Sheikh Bakari Mberango, who gave a brief lecture on the history and tragedy of the Holy Lady and her trials and tribulation following the death of her father, the Holy Prophet (SAWW). He recounted the contribution made by the Holy Lady to the service of Islam and the cruel way that she was treated despite the Prophet (SAWW) saying ‘’Fatemah is from me and I am from Fatemah, whosoever loves her has loved me; whosoever harms her has harmed me’’




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