Donate Towards Muharram Majlis

Bismillahi Wataallah AssalaamunAlaikumWarahmatullah The month of Muharram is quickly coming upon us and as with previous years, the Bilal Muslim Mission Of Tanzania (BMMT) is planning to hold  majlises in most of its Centers in Tanzania to commemorate the sacrifices of Imam Hussain (as) and his companions on the plains of Kerbala in 62 AH. [...]

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Bilal Comprehensive School Celebrates Eid Al Ghadeer – 1434 A.H

Once again Bilal School students celebrated Eid al Ghadeer at school with a stage program explaining students the event of Al-Ghadeer. Varieties of programs were held with Ngonjera in praise of Allah (swt), and the lofty status of the Holy Prophet (saww) and Imam Ali (as) with some quotations from for Dua e Nudbah. The program [...]

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Free Eye Camp at Nachingwea

The Bilal Muslim Mission of Tanzania organized a free eye camp over the Easter weekend (29 March to 1 April 2013), at Nachingwea in the southern region of Tanzania, more than 620 km from Dar es Salaam.  The camp was fully sponsored by Beta Charitable Trust of the United Kingdom. Camp was set at Nachingwea [...]

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Bilal Head Office bids Farewell to Alhaj Mustafa Sheriff

On 31st December 2012, the head office staff of Bilal Muslim Mission of Tanzania gathered to bid farewell to Alhaj Mustafa Sheriff, who was employed as the Executive Secretary of the Mission since past 4 years. At the gathering, staff members expressed their appreciation for the work done by Mustafa bhai during his tenure who [...]

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Bilal Comprehensive School Annual Day 2012

  The Bilal Comprehensive School during the ANNUAL DAY celebrations at the end of the year honoured and awarded the top students and staff members. All parents are invited at the event. Opportunity is taken to deliver message of child upbringing and school needs in form of a variety program. This year the program was [...]

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Free Eye Camp at Ruangwa, Lindi Region

Above – honouring the eye camp Coordinator, Alhaj Anver Merali Alibhai The Bilal Muslim Mission of Tanzania organized an eye camp, sponsored by Tanzania Road Haulage (1980) Ltd., at Ruangwa, Lindi Region, more than 500 km from Dar es Salaam.  This was the longest camp, in terms of days, in the history of Bilal Muslim [...]

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THE HOLY PROPHET MOHAMMAD’S BIRTHDAY (MAULIDI DAY – 1434 AH) CELEBRATIONS

Bilal Campus celebrated the Holy Prophet (SAWW) Birth Day on 30th January 2013. The Hawzatul Bilal students joined Hawzatul Ghadeer in Kigogo, and the rest of the community gathered in the BCS campus for celebrations that included a variety of traditional displays and educational presentations.   The program began with the recitation of the Holy [...]

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BILAL ARUSHA COMMEMORATES THE WAFAAT OF THE HOLY PROPHET MUHAMMAD (S.A.W.W.) & IMAM ALI AL-RIDHA (A.S.)

Bilal Muslim Mission, Arusha once again had the privilege of holding ladies majlis on 12th January 2013 to commemorate the Death Anniversary (Wafat) of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAWW) and Imam Ali al-Ridha (AS) and the events that took place after the tragedy event of Kerbala. Mwalima Safi Mgaya, a teacher at the Center, recited the [...]

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SAYYID MUHAMMAD RIZVI VISITS BILAL MUSLIM MISSION HEAD OFFICE AND BILAL COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL, TEMEKE IN TANZANIA

Maulana Sayyid Muhammad Rizvi, the resident Aalim of Toronto Jamaat, during his recent visit to  Dar-Es-Salaam for Ashra e Zainabiyya program (10-20 Safar 1434), took a day off his busy schedule to visit the Bilal Muslim Mission of Tanzania head office and the Bilal Comprehensive School (BCS) complex at Temeke on 2ndJanuary 2013. It was [...]

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SHIA CENTER, ARUSHA BRANCH – MUHARRAM 1434 AH

Majlises of Imam Hussain (as) at the Arusha Branch were held from 5th Muharram to 12th Muharram 1434 AH, and for the first time, graduates of the center have recited majlis to highlight the sacrifices given by our Ahlulbayt (as), and they martyrs of Kerbala. Four graduates recited majlis, namely Fatma Juma, Mariam Shaban, Asia Baquir, and [...]

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