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� THE DUTY OF EVERY MUSLIM TO AID THIS STRUGGLE THE MAKTAB STRUGGLE GUARDS THE IMAAN OF THE NEW GENERATIONS OF THE UMMAH�
IT IS THE STRUGGLE WHICH I S THE BULWARK AGAINST THE SILENT KUFR ONSLAUGHT
Millions of the Ummah’s children in thousands of remote villages all over the World of Islam are being weaned away from Islam by a variety of forces and influences, all favourable for the global Kufr machinery. Living in remote villages and in poverty, these children of the Ummah are deprived of the very elementary Deeni education so vital for the preservation of their Imaan. Growing up in stark ignorance of Islam and exposed to the onslaught of the kuffaar missionary machine and other influences of atheism, whole generations of Muslims have abandoned their Deen. In consequence of this silent disaster, some former Muslim majority countries in Africa have become majority Christian states. The apathy, neglect and uncaring attitude of the Ummah have contributed greatly to produce this sad state of affairs.
There is an imperative need�a Fardh Obligation�to establish Maktabs (small Madrasahs) in these villages to provide essential basic Deeni Ta’leem for the lost children of the Ummah. Millions of Muslim children are growing up without the knowledge of the Kalimah, Tahaarat, Salaat and Qur’aan recitation. While this lamentable and disastrous situation continues with its incremental process of degeneration, the Ummah is asleep and gripped in a stupor of lethargy, groveling in pomp and luxury. We appeal to all Muslims to step forward and aid the Waajib Maktab Struggle.
In different parts of the world, small concerned Muslim groups are working to counter this tide and avalanche of ignorance, the flames of which are being fanned by the machinery of kufr ignited by the enemies to destroy the Ummah and Islam. Among these groups the Mujlisul Ulama too is in the field. By the pure fadhl of Allah Ta’ala, we have succeeded in establishing approximately 1200 Maktabs catering for about a hundred thousand children who were a couple of years ago totally deprived of the very basic Deeni Ta’leem necessary to guard their Imaan. The maintenance of these Maktabs� small huts in which the children are taught � is an uphill struggle. While Muslims do contribute towards the upkeep of these Maktabs, the funding is generally restricted to the Month of Ramadhaan. The Ramadhaan contributions are grossly indifficient to ensure the smooth operation of the Maktabs throughout the year.
It costs about R6000 ($1000 ) � wages for an Ustaad � to operate a Maktab for a whole year. We are sure that there are innumerable Muslims who can comfortably afford to sponsor a Maktab for a year . This is a wonderful, and in this day , the best form of Sadqah Jaariyyah � a Sadqah which ensures perpetual thawaab even after death. It is an easy and a spiritually exhilirating effort to build up one’s capital for the Aakhirah. It is our fervent dua that Muslims will respond generously, for their own goodness and for the sake of the Ummah’s children, and with the intention of gaining Allah’s pleasure. We hope that Muslims will keep in mind this Waajib Project, not only during Ramadhaan. It is a continuous strug- gle. It has to be kept in mind throughout the year.
Banking Details :
Mujlisul Ulama of South Africa , A/c no. 1217 040 145
Nedbank, Commercial Road Branch , Port Elizabeth
Please notify us of your contribution deposited into any of our banking accounts . A copy of the deposit slip will be appreciated. Post or fax it to us. Our fax number is +27 – 41 – 4513566
Foreign contributors who wish to aid this vital Project of Islam, may deposit their contributions into the undermention ed account:
SERVANTS OF SUFFERING HUMANITY Account no . 631 91029 ( U. S. currency A / C ) Bank : Girobank plc, Bootle, Merseys i de, England GIROAA
Sorte Code 720000
Swift code GIRBGB22
For further details, you may contact:
Abdus Samad Mall, Tel: 083 3262 78 6 Or
Ismail Asmal, Phone 041 – 4513566 : Cell 083 2950 567