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Giving kids a better future: Abdullah Bin Salaam Islamic School Computer Centre Project
Ashraful Uloom will be sponsoring R15 000 to help set up a Computer Centre at the Abdullah Bin Salaam Islamic School.
The Abdullah Bin Salaam School, situated in Kelvin, is run by Ashraful Uloom and their kids have been in attendance for the past 5 years. It is a once off donation which will enable the school to acquire 5 computers, to service all grades at the Computer Centre. This new addition to the school will house a total of 10 computers. 180 learners will now be able to do research for school projects and expand their horizons by having access to the internet. The main goal of the donation is to improve the lives of the children at the Abdullah Bin Salaam Islamic School and to jump start their education.
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2nd phase complete, Alhamdulillah
We looking to go off the grid, InshaAllah
Support this project:
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Mosque Open Day
A step in the right direction
The Muslim community of Ridgeway, in the south of Johannesburg, takes a step in the right direction by inviting the community for a Mosque Open Day. The doors of the beautiful Mosque, located just off Swartgoud Street (www.masjidquba.co.za), will be opened to offer people a better understanding of Islam and a chance to ask questions and get misconceptions cleared.
Muslims first moved to the area in the early 1990s and have since integrated well into the community, actively involving themselves in community upliftment projects. Seeing the need of improving the level of education in our community they have recently established a school adjacent to the Mosque. The community is also very involved in charity projects as well as RNW (Ridgeway Neighbourhood Watch). I was pleasantly surprised to learn that the two Imaams (Muslim priests) at the Mosque are members of RNW and do serve their vigilante time.
One of the Imaams, Muhammad Zakaria Vallee had this to say, " With the rising expression of Islamaphobic rhetoric in the certain parts of the world, which has become a global village, we found the need to invite our neighbours in order to build bridges and foster a healthy relationship. Thus we warmly invite all members of the community to this weekend's Open Day and join us for a cup of tea"
The organising members explained that the visitors will be welcomed with some refreshments, followed by a presentation on understanding who Muslims are and finally a personalised tour of the Mosque.
a project of Ashraful Uloom
Mosque Open Day article appearing in the local newspaper
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Alhamdulillah Ashraful Uloom Waqf projects has been launched. Waqf has been an important instrument to assist welfare projects towards sustainable development since the time of our beloved Rasoolullah ﷺ.
Countries like Malaysia and Turkey have highly developed Waqf endowments.
InshaAllah this will be a means of perpetual reward.
Elected Waqf Board
Chairperson: Zunaid Bulbulia - former CEO of MTN SA, CFO Huge Group
Coordinator: Moulana Suhail Wadee
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Alhamdulillah our Ustaad Development Program has been well received and appreciated.
Thus far, over 450 Ustaads, Ulema, Apas have attended this year's workshops.
Workshops were conducted in Nurul Islam, Lenasia, Newcastles and Nelspruit
This translates into touching the lives of approx 7000 learners
Further Development Workshops planned InshaAllah
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Donation of School Uniforms to Zenzeleni Primary and Gordon Primary in Alexandra Township, Facilitated by Sheikh Banda and Moulana Riaz Moosa of Ashraful Uloom - Marlboro
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Meeting of the National Muslim Prison Board and Department of Correctional Services in Pretoria on the 3rd of March 2017. The Muslim Prison Board services 7000 inmates nationally. Educational Programs for the country is developed at Ashraful Uloom - Marlboro
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A fire ravaged through Alexandra leaving 19 families destitute.
Alhamdulillah, an initiative was undertaken a few months ago by communities of the northern suburbs to pre-pack disaster relief hampers. When this tragedy struck a fews days ago, in a collaborative effort the community of Kelvin, Ashraful Uloom - Marlboro and Johannesburg Emergency Services could provide the victims with basic essentials.
The relief packs with the basic essentials were sourced, packed and stored by members of the Kelvin community. This successful effort merged people from all walks of life and developed the spirit of becoming a 'caring community'
For more info
Contact Ml Riaz Moosa 065 162 4551
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Ashraful Uloom - Marlboro conducted a mind mapping study skills seminar for learners of Abdullah bin Salaam School (ABSIC) - Kelvin
Mind mapping is proven to tremendously enhance the learning process and has multiple applications.
In Education: Note taking, reviewing, study handouts, lesson planning, creativity
In Business & NGOs: Brainstorming, analysis - SWOT, PEST, PESTLE, project management, collaboration
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Due the surge of interest concerning Islam, Ashraful Uloom - Marlboro will be launching an exciting Dawah Outreach program soon. IA
The following programs are being launched
1. Masjid Open Days
2. Street Dawah
3. Revert Support
4. Removing misconceptions of Islam
5. Presentations on Islam to corporates, government organizations, NGOs, schools etc
6. Online portal to learn about Islam
7. Literature distribution and much more.. InshaAllah
We kindly request your support and Duaas for the success of this initiative
For more info visit www.islam4you.org
Contact: Ml Ahmed Bhyat : +27 82 786 2651