Muslims in Malawi urged to collectively deal with challenges

Muslims in Malawi have been urged to take a collective efforts in dealing with some of the challenges that Islam faces in Malawi.

The call has been made during a fourth Islamic public lecture held on Sunday in Blantyre.
Speaking on behalf of the guest of honor ,Sherif Kaisi said muslims in Malawi should stop looking up to organisations and some prominent muslims to solve problem the Communit faces adding that they are the ones to end challenges that Islam faces as  everyone has the responsibility to do so.
Kaisi then said this is why Dr Cassim Chilumpha and other muslims in Malawi came up with organising Islamic Public Lectures in all parts of the country to give muslims a chance of expressing their challenges and share solutions collectively.

“Muslims have a lot  to fight for such as  the issue of banning Muslim students to wear hijab in public schools”, Kaisi said.

He then urged muslims in Malawi to revive the culture of getting together and discuss issues that affect the muslims and share possible solutions on the same.

Part of the audience listening to lectures

Commeting , organizing chairperson, Sheikh Abdulaziz Hussein from Ndirande Islamic Affairs Thanked muslims who funded the event saying it has given muslims a chance to interact with their respected sheikh and learnt a lot about Islam.

Notable sheiks who patronised and lectured at the event include sheikh Muhamad Silika from Blantyre Islamic Mission, Sheikh Muslim Abbas Vinjenje from Assalm Institute Mualims in Mangochi, Sheikh Ahmad Chiyenda from Limbe Islamic Information Buaerue and many others.

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