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BIM Hosts 3rd Muslim Scholars Seminar

Muslim scholars in the country have been advised to start engaging their communities in dialogue regarding many challenges affecting the nation. The call was made on Saturday by Islamic Zakat Fund (IZF) Chairman and Founder of Radio Islam Kassam Okhai at a three day seminar which is currently underway at Blantyre Islamic Mission Okhai said that it is only through …

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Musician Fined MK25,000 For Abusing the Name of Allah

Blantyre District Committee of the Muslim Association of Malawi (MAM) has fined three boys who sang an offensive song “Wallahi,” MK 25,000.00 or in default clean mosques around Makhetha for six weeks for abusing the name of Allah, Malawi Muslims Website has learnt. They failed to pay the fine. The boys were further ordered they should enroll for madressa until …

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Al Hajj Abdullah Kalisinje’s Last Journey

  A dark cloud has fallen over Balaka after the announcement of the death of Al Hajj Abdullah Kalisinje who passed away last night at Blantyre Adventist Hospital after a long illness. The remains of Al Hajj Kalisinje who until his death was the Chairman of Muslim Association of Malawi for Machinga District for obver 10 years, will be will …

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Muslim Organizations Reactions to Njaunju’s Murder

Muslims Association of Malawi has lead by example in condemning the brutal murder of Issa Njauju who was found dead along the road connecting areas 18 and 49 in Lilongwe early in the month of July. The organisations are therefore asking government to conduct a thorough investigation in the matter. Through their press statement Muslim Association of Malawi (MAM) has …

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Victimising Muslims At their Own Land?

These are among other human rights violations Muslims in Malawi are facing on their day to day lives. Previously, Muslims were not allowed to wear hijab when taking their passport photos and in hospitals until Muslim authorities had to fight hard to reclaim their rights. But still, some institutions reject the women.

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