The World Federation is an NGO in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) of the United Nations
Vision Statement

The World Federation exists to achieve the pleasure of Allah SWT by developing spiritual and vibrant communities serving humanity
Mission Statement

The World Federation enables its member institutions to promote the values and practices of the Islamic Shia Ithna Asheri Faith for the spiritual and material well being of humanity at large
New Issue of Federation Samachar Available – May 2014

Updated 6 May 2014


The May 2014 issue of the Federation Samachar, the magazine of the Federation of KSI Jamaats of Africa was released in Dar es Salaam on 2nd May, 2014. Copies will be available to Jamaats in Africa, Europe, India, Australia and North America from this week. Jamaats outside Africa will receive copies within two weeks.

This 100 page issue carries news and views (from at least eight correspondents) from around the world with global community news including the history of the Khoja Shia Ithna-Asheris and the news of Dr. Moledina being re-elected as President of the World Federation.

Read about our community’s progress in Madagascar, Mauritius and Reunion and of medical facilities created in India by the Africa Federation. The Black and White column provides contrasting views on a recent majlis delivered by a preacher and individual profiles cover Mohamed Khalfan of Dar es Salaam and Shabnees Siwjee of Toronto.

News articles in this issue include – the World Federation’s participation at the United Nations, free screening of thousands of patients in East Africa by the Bilal Muslim Mission in Kenya and Tanzania; World Federation’s Sixth Executive Council meeting in Mumbai, Mumbai Jamaat’s visit to the new Bohra leader, Allentown’s new Islamic library, the CoEJ Executive Council’s recent meeting, the Khoja Heritage Exhibition held in Leicester, etc.

Other articles touch on the history of the Mughal Empire, Freedom as Development and question why Islam continues to be a misunderstood religion. Also read thought-provoking articles from other correspondents.

Do not miss this issue.

 

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