2 edition of The Cape hajj tradition found in the catalog.
|Statement||Mogamat Hoosain Ebrahim|
|LC Classifications||BP187.3 .E268 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||233 p. :|
|Number of Pages||233|
|LC Control Number||2011372530|
Hajj: a period of renewal. THIS IMAGE, sourced from the National Library of South Africa by Dr Mogamat Hoosain Ebrahim and published in his . Description. A Book detailing the rulings concerning Hajj and Umrah. This subject translated into (2) This page translated into (16) Urdu اردو; Urdu اردو.
'The Haj' is an epic novel centered on the lives of Haj Ibrahim al Soukouri al Wahhabi (the Muktar of Tabah) and his family. It is a story that is Several years ago, I read Leon Uris' epic best-seller Exodus.4/5. A Brief Guide to the Rites of Hajj and ‘Umrah Al-Manhaj E-Books 4 INTRODUCTION TO THE BOOK All praise is due to Allaah and may His peace and blessings be on His final Messenger, his family and those who follow him in goodness until the Day of .
Ebrahim (M.H.) THE CAPE HAJJ TRADITION, past & present pp., illus., hardback, Cape Town, R "This wonderful piece of social history delves into the rich world of the Cape hajj. Then, when `Umar came (i.e. became Caliph) he said, "If we follow Allah's Book, it orders us to complete Hajj and Umra; as Allah says: "Perform the Hajj and Umra for Allah." (). And if we follow the tradition of the Prophet (ﷺ) who did not finish his Ihram till he sacrificed his Hadi.".
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"This wonderful piece of social history delves into the rich world of the Cape hajj. It describes in great detail the particular traditions and ceremonies before and after hajj that are associated with the Cape Town Muslim community and recalls the particular status that was given to the hajj at the Cape - a status reflected in the hajj's dress and demeanour.
Get this from a library. The Cape hajj tradition: past and present. [Mogamat Hoosain Ebrahim] -- "This wonderful piece of social history delves into the rich world of the Cape hajj. It describes in great detail the particular traditions and ceremonies before and after hajj that are associated.
[Photo: Hajj and Umrah info] Drawing inspiration to continue the Capetonian Hajj Tradition, based on the wisdoms of the Sunnah, there is still hope for the spirit of the Cape Muslim community to flourish as it always has. Hajji Muhammad Zain Waggie believes youth should hold onto the Cape Malay traditions firmly.
The Cape Hajj Tradition by Mogamat Hoosain Ebrahim,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. In his book The Cape Hajj Tradition, Past and Present, Mogamat Hoosain Ebrahim writes that local pilgrims often booked their sea passages or flights through Thomas Cook’s Cape Town office, which Author: Jackie Loos.
The Book of Hajj and Umrah Free edition, Not for sale 5 2. The Status of the Hajj in Islam * The Hajj is a duty on every adult, sane, free Muslim who is capable of performing it once in a lifetime.
A capable person is the one who can afford the trip financially and health wise. KITAB-UL-HAJJ The Book of Pilgrimage INTRODUCTION ﺔﻣﺪﻘﳌﺍ The Hajj (Pilgrimage to Makkah) is one of the five pillars of Islam.
Anybody declaring to be a Muslim must fulfil this ritual act, or at least have the intention to do so once in their lifetime. There are many evidences with regards to this obligation. Allah (swt) says in the. [An] immensely rich cultural and historical source.
Swartz Choice ) Proactive spirituality is the propelling force beneath Hajj: Journey to the Heart of Islam The subject is the great pilgrimage to Mecca that every Muslim is enjoined to make at least once and that millions embark on every book takes you on every step of the route over centuries, through both /5(11).
Interview with Dr. Hoosain Ebrahim, author of The Cape Hajj Tradition, Past and Present interviewed by Aminah Patel (25 mins) Book and Audio CD Reviews: Ibn Al Arabi – On the Mysteries of Pilgrimage Farheen Khan – Ibrahim Khan and the Mystery of the Roaring Lion Hamza Yusuf – The Rights and Responsibilities of Brotherhood (audio CD)/5(29).
The Cape Hajj Tradition: Past and Present. Edited by Auwais Rafudeen. Cape Town: International Peace College of South Africa, pp. Includes 18 appendixes; bibliography; glossary; and illustrations.
$ in Islamic AfricaCited by: 1. The annual hajj pilgrimage, one of the five pillars of Islam, predates the faith by centuries, tracing its roots to the biblical patriarch Abraham - revered by Muslims as a prophet and the first. tion of this book (The Book of Hajj & Umrah) after several refer-ences.
It includes several subjects of the Pilgrimage (eg. Merits of the Hajj, Status of the Hajj in Islam, Al-Mawaqeet, The Ihram & other commandments). This book is, in fact, a part of the other book of the author entitled as (The Concise Book of Islamic Fiqh).File Size: KB. Hajj & Tawheed. This booklet explains the basic rights of Hajj.
It also notes that the Tawheed of Allah requires the Muslim to follow the perfect way of worship, demonstrated by Muhammad (SAWS) and as understood by the Sahaabah who were the best of generations. The transformation of the Cape’s hajj traditions Aug • Features • No Comments By Yaseen Kippie Through its deep spiritual traditions, Capetonian Muslims have long been a close knit community despite years of oppression and subjugation during the apartheid era.
The University of the Western Cape bestowed an Honorary Doctorate on the year-old Shaykh at his bedside in Juneshortly before he died.
Ebrahim (M.H.) THE CAPE HAJJ TRADITION, past & present pp., illus., hardback, Cape Town, R "This wonderful piece of social history delves into the rich world of the Cape hajj.
In his book The Cape Hajj Tradition, Past and Present, Mogamat Hoosain Ebrahim writes that local pilgrims often booked their sea passages or flights through Thomas Cook’s Cape Town office, which appointed a Muslim sub-agent, Hajji Muhammad Ebrahim Peerbhai, in the s.
The ‘Cape Malay’ community is rich in culture and religious traditions that have played a major role in shaping the history and diversity of Cape Town. Origins The exploration of the African continent in the fifteenth century and the colonization of South East Asia in the sixteenth century by European powers led to the enslavement of.
Among the duties God imposes upon every Muslim capable of doing so is a pilgrimage to the holy places in and around Mecca in Arabia. Not only is it a religious ritual filled with blessings for the millions who make the journey annually, but it is also a social, political, and commercial experience that for centuries has set in motion a flood of travelers across the world's by: On August 30 th,almost two million Muslim men and women began the journey to Jeddah Saudi Arabia for the annual tradition of a pilgrimage to Mecca.
This ritual of travelling to Mecca each year comes from the ancient faith of the Islamic faith. The pilgrimage is one of the five pillars of Islam and is required for all of those who are healthy enough to make the journey. Mercy of Hajj crosses cultures at the Centre for the Book in Cape Town.
“My Hajj was the journey of a lifetime. Among Abramjee’s Hajj highlights was performing a “religious tradition. The Cape Hajj Tradition: Past & Present - This wonderful piece of social history delves into the rich world of the Cape hajj. It describes in great detail the particular traditions and ceremonies before and after hajj that are associated with the Cape Town Muslim community and recalls the particular status that was given to the hajji at.•Things to take with you: – Ihram, Sandals, Waist Pouch (Fanny Pouch) and belt.
– personal clothes, personal hygiene, sunglasses, umbrella, etc. – Documents (originals and photocopies) of passports, medical records and vaccination record. – Money. – Medications for respiratory and gastrointestinal infections, common colds, pain relief, antibiotics, skin treatments, etc.
(consult File Size: 2MB.Hajj and Tawheed – Dr. Saleh as-Saleh This booklet explains the basic rights of Hajj. Brief illustration of Hajj and Umrah [Fiqh al-Ebaadaat Sh.
Uthaymeen] – Abu Muhammad al-Maghribee [Audio|En] Lesson on Hajj [Based on the book by Shaykh al-Albanee] – Abu Talhah Dawud Burbank [Mp3|En].