The Ibaad-u-Ragmaan Qadiri Jamaa’ah has extended an invite to members of the Muslim community in the greater Cape Town region to attend their Moulood an-Nabi celebrations in Langebaan on Saturday the 24th January. The event will take place at the Langebaan masjid, alongside regular mosque attendees.
The event will be open to Muslims from all facets of life, to gather in honour and recognition of the birth of the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W). Refreshments will be provided on the day.
The event line-up includes the formal Islamic prayers, as well as a complete recitation of the Holy Quran. They will also conduct a ‘Qadiriyyah dhikrullah’.
“The Qadiriyyah dhikrullah is a set of litanies that is connected with the 11th-century Muslim sage, al-Sultan al-Awliya al-Ghawth al-’Adham Sayed ’Abd Al-Qadir al-Jilani,” read a statement from the group.
The mosque is situated at 19 Bleshoender Street, Sea View Park, Langebaan.
For more information contact the mosques secretary, Mogamat Ardiel Allie, at 021 797 2805, or 083 714 3309. Interested persons may also contact Mogammad Shawaal Nakidien 021 633 5330, or 082 405 6380.
For bus tickets to the event, contact Bienjamien Abrahams at 021 593 6585, or 0827728381.