CT activist apologises for comments on Mufti AK

By Tasneem Adams Elsies River community activist Imraahn Mukaddam has issued an apology to Johannesburg based Mufti AK Hoosen, after he accused the alim of “having blood on his hands” in relation to last year’s attack at the Malmesbury masjid. Mukaddam, whose cousin’s husband was killed inside the masjid, made[…]

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The Pathway to the Cape Accord

The following are extracts from a khutbah by Sa’dullah Khan titled Pathway to Cape Accord, delivered at Claremont Main Road Mosque on Friday 22 December 2017 Muslims and Christians currently constitute more than fifty-five percent of the world’s population. This makes the relationship between these two religious communities a significant[…]

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Top 10 developments for Cape Muslims in 2016

2016 has definitely been a year of many up’s and even more downs. Rafieka Williams has a look at the 10 most significant developments in the Cape Muslim community. New MJC President In April, the Muslim Judicial Council announced Shaykh Irfaan Abrahams as the new president following a vote taken at the[…]

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Valuable lessons of 2016

As we look back at 2016, Dr Imam Rashied Omar discusses the main events of this year in a Jumuah khutbah delivered today at the Claremont Main road masjid  We have reached the final jumu`ah service of the Gregorian Year 2016 and as we ready ourselves for the coming year,[…]

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Remaining vigilant of extremism in our midst

The following is the Jumuah Khutbah delivered by Imam Rashied Omar from the Claremont Main Road Mosque on Friday 15th July.  Over the past weekend we received the disturbing news of four people being arrested in Gauteng province in connection with charges related to planning acts of terror on South[…]

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