Urgent Appeal !!!


 

Ficksburg Jamaat NPC

26 Rabi-ul-Aakhir 1434

09 March 2013

As Salaamu Alaikum Warahmatullahi Wa Barakatu

Respected Brothers and Sisters

All Praises are due to Allah Ta’ala alone, The Sustainer of both the worlds and may Durood & Salaam be upon His Noble Messenger Muhammadur Rasullullah (Salallahu Alaihi Wasallam).

Alhamdulillah through the grace and mercy of Almighty Allah the Ficksburg Jamaat has been established with the purpose of rekindling the spirit of deen within the Ficksburg Community and Surrounds. Our purpose for forming this Jamaat is firstly to see how the Deen can come alive in our lives and how the effort of Da’wah and Tabligh can be started in our Community.

Alhamdulillah We have recently purchased a property by means of a loan with the intention of building a Masjid & Madressah complex. The property which has been purchased is situated in the town area where an establishment of this nature is highly required, thus making it easily assessable for both Musallies & Students to attend the Masjid & Madressah. Currently we have started Salaah and Maktab Madressah on the property.

Our Jamaat currently requires funds to pay off the loan which was taken to purchase the property. We have been given a deadline till the 25/03/13 to pay off the loan. .

The total amount which we are required to pay for the property is 1.200,000,00 Rands.We humbly request your financial assistance to facilitate and expedite this matter with any amount possible.

A letter From the Jamiatul Ulama South Africa is Available on Request. Jamiatul Ulama Certificate Number 125/006/03/17.01.2013.

Invest For Aakhira(hereafter) now and earn Sawaab-E-Jaariyah(Perpetual Reward).

Our Banking Details Are :

Bank: First National Bank

Acc Name: Ficksburg Jamaat Npc

Acc No: 623 999 20117

Branch Code: 250 737

Please Fax proof of payment 086 514 4982

For Further Information Contact:

Abdul Mateen Karrim: (+27) 79 253 7462

Mehmood Ahmed: (+27) 82 485 7998

JazakAllahu Khairan

Ficksburg Jamaat

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sulaimaanravat

My generation grew up at a time when colonial hang up was at its peak.
Our older generation had been slaves and had a huge inferiority
complex of the British. The school I went to was similar to all elite
schools in Pakistan.

Despite gaining independence, they were, and still are, producing
replicas of public schoolboys rather than Pakistanis.I read
Shakespeare, which was fine, but no Allama Iqbal – the national poet
of Pakistan. The class on Islamic studies was not taken seriously, and
when I left school I was considered among the elite of the country
because I could speak English and wore Western clothes.

Despite periodically shouting ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ in school
functions, I considered my own culture backward and religion outdated.
Among our group if any one talked about religion, prayed or kept a
beard he was immediately branded a Mullah.

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