Bilal Muslim Mission

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

Our Ref : BMMT 70-1434                                                      

BILAL CAMPUS RAMADHAN/EID ACTIVITY REPORT 2013

"All wealth is my wealth. The rich are my vicegerents, and the poor are my family." Hadeeth Qudsy

Bilal Comprehensive Schools Temeke undertook the following activities especially for the holy month of Ramadhan in order to ease and provide comfort to underprivileged families.

FOOD PACKETS

bcs_sept1Food packets were distributed to the subordinate staff, Teaching Staff and to some needy neighbours as well as Maalims of nearby Masajid and Madaris. The food packets consisted of dates, beans, cooking oil, maize flour, rice, sugar, white flour, margarine, tea leaves and other sundry items sufficient for a family of five for a month.  Each packet cost approximately TSH 60 000/-, (US$40).

Some donors provided special Eid food packets to the teaching and non-teaching staff, where packets of sugar, rice, beans and meat were given to them to celebrate Eid in comfort.

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Our Ref : BMMT 71-1434                                                           

BILAL MUSLIM MISSION OF TANZANIA
MAHE RAMADHAN 1434 AH REPORT

The holy month of Ramadhan 1434 saw a lot of religious activities undertaken at the various centers in the 7 regions of the Bilal Muslim Mission of Tanzania.

Programmes consisting of Qur'an recitation, Lectures, Prayers, Dua Ifftetah were organized regularly and followed by communal iftars at these centers. Some centers also held separate programmes for ladies also.

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Bilal Muslim Mission of Kenya in June 2013 conducted the second Module 1 Training in Lamkani for the women group in Mackinon Road, Jipe Moyo Women Group in Dembwa and Khadijatul Qubra Women Group in Shimoni for all new members that joined the groups. These trainings play an important role in empowering the women in the local community.

b3The module was held for 5 days in each centre. Sessions on group mobilization, leadership and savings training were held and it was facilitated by Sister Sidi Nyota.

A session on Islamic Religious Education was also held during the training and it was facilitated by Sister Aisha.

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All praises belong to Allah (s.w.t) who enabled the Muslim Ummah to perform the numerous acts of worship recommended for the Holy Month of Ramadhan.

In this Holy month of Ramadhan, the Mission was able to reach out to Mu'minin in various parts of Kenya.

Follow our Ramadhan activities on:  http://youtu.be/5PYURzf0LHE 

b3The Mission distributed Iftar/Sehri ration to 15 Masaajid, boarding secondary schools and Shimo la Tewa Borstal prison.

The community ladies volunteered in preparation of Iftar / Sehri in the Masaajid.

This helped Mu'minin in the rural villages since most of them live far away from the mosque thus, enabling them perform their night Amaals smoothly.

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ANNOUNCEMENT

Bilal Muslim Mission of Tanzania  wishes to inform all our community members and members of Bilal Muslim Mission of Tanzania that they have organized a special program titled "Prayers for the Oppressed" in collaboration with SeekPerfection. The event will be held at Masjid-e-Bilal, along Udowe Street, Kariakoo area in Dar es Salaam today (Thursday, 5th September, 2013), after Maghribain prayers, East Africa Time 7.00 p.m.

The program will include speeches by two renowned guest speakers; Sheikh Dr. Murtadha Alidina and Sheikh Hemed Jalala.

There will be a live broadcast of the program worldwide on AhlulBayt TV as well as on SeekPerfection (Seekperfection.org) live stream.

All are invited.

The program will end with Dua-e-Jawshane Sageer and Niyaz.

Secretariat
BILAL MUSLIM MISSION OF TANZANIA

Website: Bilaltz.org

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MAHE RAMADHAN 1434 A.H (2013) REPORT

During the Holy month of Ramadhan, Bilal Muslim Mission of Uganda undertook several programs which included Iftaar provision, Ramadhan package distribution and Tabligh activities at several centres. These activities were undertaken in 10 centres for both, Shia and non-Shia Muslim communities.

8 Mubalighs were appointed for the major centres and their main duties included overseeing the breaking of fast, leading the obligatory prayers, leading the Dua recitation and conducting short Majlises. There was daily recitation of the Ramadhan Duas: Iftitah and Tawassul and short lectures along with question and answer sessions.

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LIVE GOAT SCHEME

As a part of the Economic Upliftment Project, a Live Goats Scheme has been introduced.  The purpose of this scheme is to provide women groups in rural centers with live goats for rearing and breeding.  It is aimed that each member should have a goat so that they are reared and bred to reproduce more.

This scheme kicked off in 2009 when a new page in the lives of the community women was opened.  Under this scheme members receive one goat each to rear.

By rearing and breeding goats, members benefit from the goats' milk as well as boost their family income in future by selling the surplus goats.

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