The passing of community activist, co-muathin at Masjidul Quds and businessman Abubakr ‘Boebie’ Schloss has saddened the Cape Town community. Schloss passed away on Tuesday while on Umrah with his mother, a few days after suffering a heart attack in the holy city of Madina. He was well known in[…]
Thirty-five people have been killed and four injured after a passenger bus collided with a truck in the Saudi province of Medina, a police spokesman said. The “private chartered bus”, carrying 39 pilgrims from Asian and Arab countries, collided with a “heavy vehicle” in the town of al-Akhal on Wednesday,[…]
The first group of South Africans are all ready and set to travel to various Islamic holy cities for the annual Hajj pilgrimage, taking place over a period of five days. The Hajj pilgrimage is one of the five pillars of Islam and holds an important place in the hearts[…]
A 25-year-old South African woman from Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape detained by authorities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is expected to appear before a Qadi (judge) in that country next week. Yumna Desai who was studying in Medina was arrested along with her sister and two brothers[…]
By Faizel Patel A local travel agent has told Radio Islam that reports about a South African family injured in a bus collision are false adding that the family were involved in a separate accident. Six people were killed and 81 others injured including in a five-bus collision on Madinah-Qassim[…]
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