According to MAM’s National Chairman Sheikh Idrissa Muhammad, the masjid is their biggest ever and hopes for more of similar nature to come.
Muslim Association of Malawi (MAM) has donated maize to 800 families in Chikwawa district. The distribution ceremony took place on Saturday at St. Mathews Primary School in the area. According to MAM project Manager, Sheikh Farook Chibaya, the donation is worth 2.4million kwacha and the funds came from Kuwait based Revival of the Islamic Heritage […]
Muslim students in the country have been advised to live by Islamic principles if they are to achieve their academic goals.
The advice was made by Moulana Abdu Rwahmaaan Massi of Anjuman taalim center during a get together held at Malindi Secondary school in Zomba.
The centre, worth 40 million Malawi Kwacha is comprised of two-classroom block, administration block, hostels, a masjid and a clinic.
Takaful is an Islamic Cooperative model, an alternative to conventional funeral assistance, wherein all participants contribute the funds in a pool and share the risks according to rules of mutual understanding, cooperation and contribution.
Muslim Association of Malawi (MAM) has strongly condemned brutal act by some members of the general public who are killing innocent people on suspicion that they are bloodsuckers.
This is a huge opportunity for Malawi, the Muslim community in particular as through the intensive networking, the chairman will make new connections with other world leaders who might help him to achieve MAM’s development agendas.
Muslim Association of Malawi (MAM) has officially opened Masjid Nazzat in the area of group village headman Petulo in Balaka. The masjid has been constructed with funding from World Assembly of Muslim Youth (WAMY) in Saudi Arabia. Speaking on behalf of the donors Swalih Shamarah said the prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said people […]
“For someone to come open and claim that all Muslims or all sheikhs are behind him or belong to one political party is not true and it is impossible. We are in multiparty dispensation where everyone has the right to join a party of his or her choice,’ said MAM Secretary General Twaibu Lawe.
Khoviwa said he was moved with a sermon delivered by Sheikh Ikram which said according to Islam, people are encouraged to respect their leaders. He said this is also exactly what the Bible commands its followers.