Wafatun Nabii (S.A.W.W) programs 1432 A.H
To commemorate the wafat of the Holy Prophet (s.a.w.w), Bilal Muslim Mission of Kenya organized two programs; at Bilal Hall, Mombasa and at Ahlul Kisa Centre, Kichakamkwaju.
Bilal Hall Mombasa
The program was conducted on 29th February 2011 and was also in commemoration of Imam Ali Ridha (a.s). Recitation of the Holy Qur’an opened this program.
Ustadh Jamali Abdallah deliberated on the life of Imam Ali ar-Ridha (a.s), detailing on the teachings from the Imam and concluded his speech by narrating the events that led to the Imam’s final martyrdom.
Ustadh Aidarus Athman outlined the need for a successor after the death of the Holy Prophet (s.a.w.w), pointing out that it is beyond imaginable thoughts that the Prophet (s.a.w.w) could have left the muslim ummah without a successor.
The program at Bilal Hall ended at around 5:30 pm with the recitation of the ziyarat of Masumin and distribution of niyaz.
Wafatun Nabi (s.a.w.w) Seminar at Kichakamkwaju
This year’s Wafatun Nabi (s.a.w.w) Seminar was conducted on 6th February, 2011 at Kichakamkwaju Centre.
The seminar attracted a bigger audience compared to previous years; of diverse age groups, muslim men and women from diverse madh-hab, including religious scholars from sunni Madh-hab.
The program started with the recitation of the Holy Qur’an, which paved way for the first lecture by Juma Shughuli, from Madrasah Amirul Mu’minin Matuga, dealt deeply on Sunnah and the Holy Qur’an.
The second speech by Musa Shali from Madrasah Amirul Mu’minin Matuga touched on caliphate after the Holy Prophet (s.a.w.w)
Ustadh Jamali Abdalla of Bilal Muslim Mission of Kenya concluded the speech session by discussing extensively on the misfortunes that befell the muslim ummah of the Holy Prophet (s.a.w.w) after his death.
Later on the day, a question and answer program was conducted with the lecturers answering most questions to satisfaction especially on matters of succession, prostrating on Turba, Sahabas e.t.c
The program ended late in the afternoon with niyaz distributed to the participants.