KUHUSU MTANDAO HUU
بِسْمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحْمَنِ الرَّحِيمِ
Assalam Alaykum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh
Kwanza kabisa hatuna budi kumshukuru Allah (Subhanahu wata’ala) kwa neema Zake zote alizoturuzuku na kutujaalia kuwa miongoni mwa walioikubali haki na kuifuata. Pia tunamtakia Rehma na Amani Mtume wetu Muhammad (rehema na amani za Allah zimshukie) kipenzi chetu Al- Mustafa aliyeteuliwa kuwa Mjumbe, Muonyaji na Mtoa bishara na Rehma kwa viumbe vyote ulimwenguni. Yeye ametumwa na muongozo wa Kitabu cha Quran na mafundisho ya Sunna zake. Na kwa hakika bila ya muongozo huu tungekuwamo katika kiza totoro na maangamio makubwa.
Madhumuni yetu makubwa ni kuhabarisha (news) na kukumbusha (mawaidha,nasiha, maswali na majibu n.k) kuhusu mfumo wa Kiislamu.
sisi tunaosimamia mtandao huu tunakusudia kujadili na kuchambua fikra, qadhia na matokeo mbali mbali ya uchumi, jamii nk. Na kuyatolea ufafanuzi kwa mujibu wa mfumo wetu mtukufu wa Kiislamu.
Kwa hivyo, tunapenda kuwakaribisha na kuwaalika Waislamu wote katika mtandao huu ili kushirikiana nasi kwa kutoa michango yao ya fikra na maoni katika kujadili, kusoma na kuusambaza mtandao huu kwa kila wanaemjua ili kuasisi majadiliano kwa nia safi kwa lengo la kukuza ufahamu wa Waislamu.
Tunamuomba Allaah atupe tawfiq katika kazi yake hii na atuzidishie ufahamu na upambanuzi wa haki katika kuelezea na kufikisha ujumbe wake huu kwa Waumini wote Inshaallah.
Toviti hii haihusiani na Taasisi yeyote wala kundi/Dhehebu lolote tovuti hii inaendeshwa kwa muongozo wa Quran & sunnah utakapoona sehemu yeyote yenye shida usisite kuwasiliana nasi kupitia email yetu Uislamuwangu@gmail.com
Allaah ndie Muweza wa yote na Kwake ndio mategemeo yetu.
Ndugu zenu katika Iymaan na Tawhiyd
Islamic Association for Education and Economic Development or “Umoja wa Kiislamu wa Uchumi, Elimu na Maendeleo” (UKUEM in Kiswahili acronym) is a faith based non-governmental organization registered by the Government Registrar with certificate no 177 of 2nd January, 2002 under the Society Act no. 6 of 1995. UKUEM is administered in accordance with its Constitution and Regulations based on the Islamic Code of Conduct.
Horizon Television is the first locally oriented Islamic television channel in the country.The channel is a project of Tamaz Communications Limited, a company fully owned by Jamia Mosque Committee, Nairobi.
Among the main goals of the station is to provide an alternative viewpoint for the Muslim community, promote a better understanding of Islam among Muslims and non-Muslims as well as clearing the widespread of stereotypes and misinformation which have the drastic effect of increasing Islamophobia.
Horizon Television will serve the broader spectrum of the Muslim community through airing a wide range of exciting programming catering for all sectors of the community.
The leading Islamic Broadcasting Network in the region.
To propagate and support Da’awah by broadcasting content that is inspiring, topical, educational, refreshing and entertaining within the framework of Islam.
To provide and support Da’awah activities
To provide the Muslim community with a platform to articulate their issues and agenda
To provide a platform where the masses will learn the true picture of Islam and Islamic values
To educate, inform and entertain the targeted audiences (primary and secondary) within Sharia parameters
To produce and broadcast a variety of community programs for different segments of society e.g. women, children, youth, within the purview with Islamic shariah.
To facilitate broadcast of other programs whose goals and objectives are in conformity with Horizon TV.
Radio Rahma is a leading Islamic FM Station in Mombasa that was launched into the airwaves on 28th December, 2004 with its frequency being 91.5 FM. We are transmitting from Mazeras, Mambrui in Malindi, Lamu and Garissa. At present, the station can be heard as far as Pemba Islands in Tanzania through our Radio Frequencies and around the world through our mobile Application: Radio Rahma App is freely downloadable on Google Play and App Store. We also support live streams through our website: www.radiorahma.co.ke.
Its uniqueness blended with the fact that the coastal region is cosmopolitan, provides an opportunity for a wide range of listenership with an Islamic bias.
It is our belief that both Muslims and non-Muslims have misunderstood Islam; as such, it is our duty to educate the public and to promote the message of Islam through this platform. Therefore, we target both Muslims and Non-Muslims through the broadcast with high quality info-edutainment, hence becoming a bridge across the community divides. This has been proven so, through the database of our interactive listeners. Our core target is 24 to 55 years and the secondary targets are 13 to 24 years and children from 4 to 12 years all from Kenya and abroad.
Our Road Shows are one of our trademarks and have proven to be a huge success.Using the most qualified production team and presenters; sponsors can broadcast live from anywhere to get their marketing message out there.From the Roads to the beaches, sponsors have customers interviewed, product tests, competitions, giveaways and more.
Radio Rahma is a pioneer station at the Coast in terms of creating and managing its own events from inception to execution, including booking, marketing, production, staging and implementation.
We are the also the official organizers of the Eid Prayer in Mombasa in conjunction with the office of the Chief Kadhi. We also host the biggest Eid Fetes in the Coast at the Makadara grounds
Notorious for the most creative concepts and ambitious ideas, we have hosted renowned local and international Muslim preachers, motivational speakers and leaders in our events that include Hajj conference, Rahma Teens Camp and Rahma Kids Fun Day. We are always working on the next big concept as far as event management is concerned; providing a platform for our clients to reach their specific segments of interest.
Our programming schedule is per the needs and diversity of our listeners. And our broadcasting languages include; Swahili (80%), English (15%) and Vernacular (different Kenyan Tribes) (5%). We accept public input through SMS, telephone, social media, e-mail, letters and even visits to our station.
P.O.Box 178, Jeddah 21411,
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) is the second largest inter-governmental organization after the United Nations with a membership of 57 states spread over four continents. The Organization is the collective voice of the Muslim world. It endeavors to safeguard and protect the interests of the Muslim world in the spirit of promoting international peace and harmony among various people of the world.
The Organization was established upon a decision of the historical summit which took place in Rabat, Kingdom of Morocco on 12th Rajab 1389 Hijra (25 September 1969) following the criminal arson of Al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied Jerusalem.
In 1970 the first ever meeting of Islamic Conference of Foreign Minister (ICFM) was held in Jeddah which decided to establish a permanent secretariat in Jeddah headed by the organization’s secretary general. Dr. Yousef Ahmed Al-Othaimeen is the 11th Secretary General who assumed the office in November 2016.
The first OIC Charter was adopted by the 3rd ICFM Session held in 1972. The Charter laid down the objectives and principles of the organization and fundamental purposes to strengthen the solidarity and cooperation among the Member States. Over the last 40 years, the membership has grown from its founding members of 30 to 57 states. The Charter was amended to keep pace with the developments that have unraveled across the world. The present Charter of the OIC was adopted by the Eleventh Islamic Summit held in Dakar on 13-14 March 2008 to become the pillar of the OIC future Islamic action in line with the requirements of the 21st century.
The Organization has the singular honor to galvanize the Ummah into a unified body and have actively represented the Muslims by espousing all causes close to the hearts of over 1.5 billion Muslims of the world. The Organization has consultative and cooperative relations with the UN and other inter-governmental organizations to protect the vital interests of the Muslims and to work for the settlement of conflicts and disputes involving Member States. In safeguarding the true values of Islam and the Muslims, the organization has taken various steps to remove misperceptions and has strongly advocated elimination of discrimination against Muslims in all forms and manifestations.
The Member States of the OIC face many challenges in the 21st century and to address those challenges, the Third Extraordinary Session of the Islamic Summit held in Makkah in December 2005, laid down the blue print called the Ten-Year Program of Action. It successfully concluded with the close of 2015. A successor programme for the next decade (2016-2025) has since then been adopted.
The new programme OIC-2025 is anchored in the provisions of the OIC Charter and focuses on 18 priority areas with 107 goals. The priority areas include issues of Peace and Security, Palestine and Al-Quds, Poverty Alleviation, Counter-terrorism, Investment and Finance, Food Security, Science and Technology, Climate Change and Sustainability, Moderation, Culture and Interfaith Harmony, Empowerment of Women, Joint Islamic Humanitarian Action, Human Rights and Good Governance, among others.
Among the OIC’s key bodies: the Islamic Summit, the Council of Foreign Ministers (CFM), the General Secretariat, in addition to the Al-Quds Committee and three permanent committees concerned with science and technology, economy and trade, and information and culture. There are also specialized organs under the banner of the OIC including the Islamic Development Bank and the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, as well as subsidiary and affiliate organs that play a vital role in boosting cooperation in various fields among the OIC member states.
Islamic University of Technology (IUT) is an educational and research institution in Bangladesh run and funded by the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC). The main objective of IUT is to contribute in developing the human resources of the member states of the OIC, particularly in the fields of engineering, technology and technical education. IUT receives direct endowment from OIC member countries and offers scholarships to its students in the form of free tuition, boarding, lodging and medicare. The aesthetic campus was designed by Turkish architect Pamir Mehmet, an MIT graduate
Islamic University of Technology at Dhaka, Bangladesh commonly known as IUT is a subsidiary organ of the Organisation of the Islamic Conference (OIC), representing fifty seven member countries from Asia, Africa, Europe and South America.
It was initially established as the Islamic Centre for Technical and Vocational Training and Research, ICTVTR in pursuance of the Resolution No. 5/9-E of the Ninth Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers (ICFM) held in Dakar, Senegal in 1978. The foundation stone of ICTVTR was laid on 27 March 1981 by His Excellency Late Ziaur Rahman, the President of Bangladesh in the presence of His Excellency Late Yasir Arafat, President of Palestine and Late Dr. Habib Chatty, the then Secretary General of the OIC on the 30-acre land donated by the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh to the OIC.
ICTVTR was renamed as the Islamic Institute of Technology (IIT), by the Twenty-second ICFM held in Casablanca, Kingdom of Morocco in 1994. It is mandated to help develop human resources in the Member Countries of the OIC in the fields of engineering and technology as well as technical education.
The process of renaming Islamic Institute of Technology (IIT) as Islamic University of Technology (IUT) began with a discussion in the 25th meeting of the Governing Board of IIT held in Dhaka, Bangladesh on 20-23 November 2000. In course of deliberation, the Honourable Members of the Governing Board felt the necessity of renaming the Institute and decided unanimously the following:
“5.9.13 The Governing Board opined that considering the academic programmes being conducted in the fields of engineering, technology and technical education, and the level it has reached, IIT might be considered as a typical educational Institution of a Technological University, and in order to facilitate its interactions with other Universities of renown, to enable its graduates to pursue their higher studies elsewhere and to attract meritorious students from the Member States of OIC, it is proposed and recommended that the Institute may be renamed as “Islamic University of Technology” after fulfilling appropriate procedural requirements.”
The recommendation of the Governing Board set in motion the issue of renaming and necessitated the raising of the matter in different hierarchies of authorities of the Institute. After getting the required clearance from the Governing Board, the above proposal was placed before the 24th Session of the Islamic Commission for Economic, Cultural and Social Affairs (ICECSA) held in Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on 10-13 February 2001, which also acted as the General Assembly of the Institute and was approved unanimously vide recommendation No. 48/24-E (Clause – 5) on activities of the Islamic Institute of Technology (IIT), Dhaka which reads as follows:
“5. Approves the proposal to rename the Institute as ‘Islamic University of Technology (IUT)’ as recommended by the Governing Board, without any financial implications”.
The Honourable Secretary General of the Organisation of the Islamic Conference (OIC) in his report on Science and Technology as a follow-up of above recommendation, reflected in the report of ICECSA, submitted to the 28th Session of the Islamic Conference of Foreign Ministers (ICFM) held in Bamako, Republic of Mali on 25-27 June 2001 highlighted the issue of renaming which reads as follows:
“The Islamic Institute of Technology (IIT), Dhaka, Bangladesh was established by Resolution No. 5/9-E of the 9th ICFM with the name of “Islamic Centre for Technical and Vocational Training and Research (ICTVTR)”. The Institute was renamed by Resolution No. 27/22-E of the 22nd ICFM as Islamic Institute of Technology (IIT). The Institute provides a professional training leading to engineering degrees in various technical sectors. Name of the Institute is proposed to be changed into Islamic University of Technology.
As the institute constitutes a privileged instrument of inter-Islamic
cooperation in the domain of specialized human resources, it should be supported financially and morally, in its strive to attain state of the art academic standards.”
Following the recommendation of the ICECSA and report of the Secretary General and on the recommendation of the Committee for Economic and Social Affairs, the following remarkable decision was adopted on 27 June 2001 in the final Plenary of the 28th Session of ICFM vide Resolution No. 48/28-E on activities of Islamic Institute of Technology (IIT), Dhaka:
“Approves the proposal to rename the Institute as ‘Islamic University of Technology (IUT)’ as recommended by the Governing Board, without any financial implication.”
The decision of the 28th Session of the ICFM was made public through Final Communiqué, relevant extract of which is as follows:
“124. The Conference commended the activities of the Islamic Institute of Technology in Dhaka, decided that the Institute should become a university without financial implications, with the title “The Islamic University of Technology”, and encouraged it to continue its efforts in developing the human resources of Member States in the area of science and technology.”
The renaming of IIT as IUT is an important milestone in the annals of this unique educational institution, only of its kind under the umbrella of the OIC which has been emerging as the most visible demonstration of the Islamic Solidarity and Joint Islamic Action under the Makkah – Al – Mukarramah Declaration.
IUT is basically an educational and research institution offering a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate academic programmes conducted in the fields of engineering and vocational education. It also offers knowledge and skill updating and upgrading short and special courses as needed by the Member States. International and regional seminars and workshops are also arranged regularly by IUT to provide forums and to keep abreast of the latest technological developments. It also undertakes technological and industrial research projects, promotes technical cooperation, exchanges technical know-how and disseminates basic information of development of human resources as co-focal point under UN-OIC collaboration among the Member States of the OIC. IUT ensures coordination between its objectives with other national and regional institutions of the Islamic countries as well as with international institutions. It also undertakes advisory and consultancy services for Government, International Bodies, Foundations and allied Organisations.
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The International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) is the manifestation of one of the major aspirations of Muslim scholars in Malaysia to have an Islamic university in Malaysia to lead the Muslim ummah in all branches of knowledge. The plan to establish IIUM was revealed by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, the Fourth Prime Minister of Malaysia on 12 January 1982 after deliberating with the Education Minister, senior government officers and senior academics from local universities. The university was officially established on 20 May 1983 by the Government of Malaysia. The philosophy of IIUM was inspired by the outcomes of the 1977 First World Conference on Muslim Education in Makkah.
IIUM was founded under the Companies Act of 1965 that enabled it to use English and Arabic as the medium of instruction and enhance its global orientation. IIUM integrates Islamic values and world-view into its humanities, scientific and technical curricula, befitting its university slogan “The Garden of Virtue and Knowledge”. This is reflected in IIUM educational philosophy and its logo. IIUM aspires to restore the roles of Muslims in education and knowledge creation and acquisition and to contribute to the improvement of quality of life for all mankind.
Befitting the Premier International Islamic Research University (PREMIER) status awarded by ISESCO on 17 December 2014, it provides an extensive, comprehensive learning environment conducive for conducting advanced research in various disciplines.It is the quality of the learning, comparative knowledge and research environments that attracted the high concentration of talent by which IIUM is known for. IIUM off ers various postgraduate, professional and leadership training programmes especially in its niche areas; namely Islamic Services and Islamic Products. In 2015, the University has been recognised as the pioneer in the discipline of Islamic Banking and Finance globally and and is now considered as the global referral point for the discipline.
To ensure delivery of quality tertiary education, IIUM employs accomplished scholars, and committed professionals. As of October 2016, there are 2000 administrative and about 1980 academic staff. More than 80% of the total academic staff are with doctoral qualifications. Many have had prior experience before joining the University. The University has 14 faculties, three institutes and one Centre for Strategic Continuing Education and Training.
In addition to academic excellence, IIUM ensures that the students are trained to be responsible, imbued with good ethics, high moral values and professionalism, lifelong learning, managerial and entrepreneurial skills as well as leadership skills. IIUM gives great emphasis on good character or Budi as part of the education process of its students, ensuring they have good moral values. This is in line with the Islamic teachings which emphasize on developing good moral character.
IIUM is ranked in the top ten of the world’s best varsity debate teams. IIUM English varsity debaters have received many international accolades including becoming champions at the 2016 Asian British Parliamentary (ABP) Debating Championship in Jakarta and the Cambridge Intervarsity Debating Competition 2016. IIUM individual debaters have received.The Asian Best Debater Award and Best Debater Award in Cambridge. The Malay Language Debating Team has also done well. It won the Environmental Debate Competition three years in a row. The IIUM Arabic debaters and orators team have received many recognitions in debate, public speaking, quranic memorization, recitation and tajwid at local and international competitions.
IIUM has several campuses spread across several states of Malaysia; each providing different fields of study. The Gombak campus in Kuala Lumpur houses the university’s administration as well as the Kulliyyahs (Faculties) of Laws, Economics and Management Sciences, lslamic Revealed Knowledge and Human Sciences, Architecture and Environmental Design, Information and Communication Technology, Engineering, Education and Languages and Management. The campus off ers a complete range of facilities including on-campus housing, a mosque, two state-of-the-art sports complexes with olympic-size swimming pools, a fully equipped library with more than two (2) million printed and digital materials supported by online databases, a medical clinic, convenience stores, a post office, and three Malaysian commercial banks.
The other campuses are located in Kuantan, Kuala Lumpur, Petaling Jaya Gambang and Pagoh. The Kuantan Campus is nestled within a valley surrounded by lush greenery. It houses the Science, Medical, Pharmacy, Allied Health Sciences, Nursing and Dentistry faculties. Kuantan has another site, Jalan Hospital campus housing part of the Kulliyyah of Medicine. The Kuala Lumpur Campus at Persiaran Duta now houses the Centre for Strategic Continuing Education and Training (CRESCENT) and the International Institute of Islamic Civilisation and Malay World (ISTAC). The Centre for Foundation Studies is located in Petaling Jaya, south of Kuala Lumpur and Gambang, in the state of Pahang.
The population of IIUM students is 30,649 coming from 117 countries. To date IIUM has 85,854 alumni of which 73,677 are Malaysians and 12,177 International.
“The Islamic University in Uganda was opened in the year 1988 by the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) under a bilateral agreement between the Government of Uganda (GOU) and the OIC. In 1990, the Parliament of Uganda enacted a law, The Islamic University in Uganda Act (cap 131, Laws of Uganda), formally establishing the University in Uganda. The University operates under the framework of this Act. The University opened on 10th February 1988 with 80 students and two degree programmes. Currently, it offers 72 programmes in 7 Faculties and has a student population of 8,638 coming from 21 different countries. The University has so far graduated 25,000 students from various disciplines. The University has a centre for Postgraduate Studies and four campuses including the main Campus in Mbale. The University employs over 600 fulltime members of staff from 8 countries, and about 300 on part time basis. ”
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MAS International is a Kuwaiti Islamic Shariah compliant company specialized in offering innovative real estate marketing services. It was established in 2003.
Since its outset, MAS International was keen on being close to its customers through its offices locally and internationally to cover their demands.
MAS International believes that it has the required capabilities and expertise to sell and market real estate projects through:
Fast adaptive high level management team.
Creative marketing and business development center.
Specialized wide sales network.
Unique customer services & call center.
Advanced inventory control unit.
Advanced technology systems.
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Vision and Mission
To be the pioneer in real estate marketing and adding value through supporting developers and projects owners.
Create new real estate marketing tools and concepts.
Be distinguished in real-estate and hospitality related fields (sales, marketing, renting & operation).
Raise and Sustain business performance by the development of:
Human performance infrastructure.
MAS International is committed to apply the Islamic values and principles while carrying out all services and various projects. In consequence, all tasks are controlled, monitored and approved by the Company´s Al Shariah Supervisory to ensure they are delivered in line with Islamic Shariah laws.
A sign of confidence in international property
As a Member of the AIPP we have been vetted and approved, and we have voluntarily committed ourselves to industry regulation. To verify our membership, to read the Code of Conduct, or to find out more about the AIPP, visit www.aipp.org.uk