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VOL.02. NO.2
05 Muharrram 1435/09 November 2013

Obituary of Moulana Sulaimaan Ganchi Sahib Rahmatullahi Allahi

“Alaa inna auliyaullahi laa khaufun alaihim walahum yahzanoon"

No Doubt! Verily the Auliya of Allah, no fear shall come upon them nor shall they grieve. (Surah Yunus)

Moulana Sulaimaan Sahib (R.A.) was born on the 11th of September 1950 in Benoni. Moulana's parents hailed from Vesma near the town of Dabhel in the province of Gujarat, India.  Moulana’s father Haji Ibrahim Bhai had great love for the pious and was notable for his generosity and hospitality. Moulana’s mother Aamina Apa was the first lady to pass away whilst residing at the Darul Uloom.

Moulana schooled at William Hills in Benoni , he attended the Maktab of Hafiz Ameerudeen Usmani (R.A.) in Boksburg. (who later passed away in Madina Munawwara). Moulana also attended the boarding school in Balfour for a period time.....Read More >>


On the demise of Moulana Sulaimaan Sahib (R.A.), various tributes were paid to him world wide. Please follow the links below to access some of them:

Hazrat Mufti Radhaul-Haq Sahib DB: Sunday Majlis (27-10-2013) at the Darul Uloom

Moulana Shabbir Ahmed Saloojee Sahib DB on: Cii

Mufti AK Hoosen Sahib DB: Tafsir program on Cii

10+ Ulama in a special tribute/taziyat program on: Radio Islam

Shaakir Bhayat and Mufti Zubayr Bhayat Sahib DB on: Radio Islam

Moulana Dawood Seedat Sahib: Zikr Majlis (28-10-2013)

‘A man who always made us smile’ – Tributes pour in for late Ml Sulaiman Ghanchi Sahib R.A. on: Cii

A casual stroll through the gardens of Jannat

Our All-Compassionate Lord fashioned three things with His own Hand, not through a process of cause and effect, like everything else. These are His eternal masterpieces which mankind will never cease to admire. They are Prophet Adam, Paradise, and the Taurat (Old Testament).

Paradise is a place beyond thought or imagination. Brief descriptions of it have reached us via the Qur’an and Sunnah, but just like listening to the commentary of soccer giants Manchester and Liverpool over the radio cannot capture the spirit of the game, likewise experiencing the delights of paradise cannot be felt without being physically there.

My aim of this article is to get the mouth of all my readers watering for this reality to come, and to realise that making an effort towards paradise is a worthwhile effort beyond any other effort. So, put on your 3D goggles and enjoy....Read More >>


Without any doubt, the teachings and morals codes of Islām promote a decent way of life which is conducive to the set-up of a righteous and wholesome society. Allāh Ta’ālā has placed varying rights upon every individual, for some less and for others more, which may be summarised in two categories:
  • Huqūqullah - rights and dues owed to Allāh Ta’ālā our creator
  • Huqūqul ‘Ibād - rights and dues owed to the creation
For example, a working person has to fulfill the rights of his co-workers, subordinates, employers etc. along the rights of his own family and society. On the other hand a stay-at-home mom has to fulfill the rights of her husband, children, parents, in-laws, etc.

Besides the rights of Allāh Ta’ālā and those of specific individuals, many a time we tend to forget the rights of one particular group of people… OUR NEIGHBOURS…  A common proverb states: ‘Seek a good neighbour before seeking the house.’ ....Read More >>

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طلب العلم فريضة على كل مسلم
It is incumbent upon every Muslim to seek Knowledge

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