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Rohingya Project 2017- Jamiatul Ulama KZN


The Jamiatul Ulama KZN will shortly be embarking on the distribution of food and assist with shelter to alleviate the suffering of the Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh, Insha Allah.


Unfortunately, for the last few years the Muslim Ummah has been experiencing such severe situations, one after the other; many of which have been brought about by persecution, war & oppression by fellow humans, like in the case of the Rohingya people by the Burmese Oppressors.


The situation is absolutely dire and aid is required urgently!


Alhamdullilah, by the Grace of Allah Taála, the Jamiatul Ulama KZN has undertaken relief work in many parts of the globe in its efforts to alleviate the plight of the Ummah & to continue our global support, the Jamiatul Ulama KZN will be in the coming weeks, embarking on a relief project in Bangladesh, Insha Allah.


The Rohingya Aid Project will personally be overseen by our Ameer, Moulana Ahmed Mahomedy, Moulana Dawood Seedat and a dedicated team of volunteers.

We request your duas for the project’s success and we ask Allah Taála to alleviate the suffering the Muslims are experiencing around the Globe, Ameen.


Your continuous support in this noteworthy project will go a long way in alleviating the plight of the Ummah and will Inshallah, be a means of us gaining rewards in both worlds.


Banking details

Nedbank, Argyle Road (131426)

Jamiatul Ulama (KZN) Relief Account

Account Number: 1355 154049

Reference: Rohingya (Lillah and Zakaat)


Jazakallahu khayr!

Jamiatul Ulama (KZN)
Council of Muslim Theologians

223 Alpine Road, Overport
Durban, South Africa

Tel : +27 (0) 31 2077099
Fax : +27(0) 31 2074163
Website : www.jamiat.org.za
Twitter: @JamiatKZN

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