Dala seeks help after attack

Durban writer and psychologist Zainub Priya Dala on Sunday said she wants to get out of the psychiatric ward she checked herself in to, as people were pointing and whispering. ”Due to very strong meds and the people pointing and whispering I told the nurses to call my doctor and[…]

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New book documents life of Sheikh Shakier

“Sheikh Shakier was almost a maverick. He would put forward ideas irrespective whether it made him popular or not. If that is the position he believed in, he would put it forward and stand by it.” These were the words of academic and author Dr. Eghsaan Behardien, in describing the[…]

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GOTG launches book in CT

It was a packed house at the Gift of the Givers warehouse in Athlone last night where community members, activists, businesspeople and journalists gathered for the Cape Town launch of the humanitarian agency’s book launch. Imtiaz Sooliman and the Gift of the Givers: A Mercy to All is written by[…]

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New book on GOTG to launch

The official Cape Town launch of a new book detailing the work of South African humanitarian agency Gift of the Givers will take place on Tuesday 28th October. Imtiaz Sooliman and the Gift of the Givers: A Mercy to All tells the story of the establishment of South Africa’s only[…]

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Power of waqf revealed in new book

With the assistance of the local Awqaf Foundation of the South Africa, prominent Turkish historian and author, Dr. Selim Argun, is set to launch a new book titled ‘Elite Configurations and the Clusters of Power, the Ulema, Waqf and the Ottoman State 1789 -1839’. The central focus of the book[…]

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Hoosen publishes book on Israeli occupation

In a bid to help educate the Muslim community on the true nature of the Israel-Palestine issue,  Cape Town activist Omar Hoosen recently published a book titled ‘Whose Land Is It Anyway?’. The book seeks to debunk the Zionist narrative surrounding Israel’s illegal occupation of the Palestinian territories. Hoosen is[…]

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