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Born into revolution: reflections on a radical teacher’s life

DR YUNUS OMAR ALIE Fataar was a teacher. Perhaps that doesn’t seem glamorous and very important. But Fataar, who would have turned 100 on March 26, 2017, is one of the many South African unknowns whose life and work can point the country today in a direction it ought to

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Worship is not prayer

BASHEER MOOSAGIE TO be a Muslim is to live in accordance with the will of the Divine. Muslims often say, with joy and pride, that it is easy to be a Muslim since Islam is ‘the straight path’ leading to Paradise. What this means, is that the principles of Islam

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Waqf – a national people-centric drive

Adv AB MAHOMED SC MUSLIMS constitute 25% of the world’s population, endowed with 60% of the world’s natural resources but tragically constitute 80% of the world’s poor, deprived, subjugated and oppressed. As a balance sheet for the world of Islam, this state of affairs cannot be illustrated more eloquently. The

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