Preaching Islam: Sinoko Jamaat educate Kenyans on pure life of Muhammad


Tahir Ahmad Machengo, Kenya Correspondent

On 12 April 2021, prior to the commencement of Jalsa Seeratun Nabi, Sinoko Jamaat members held a book stall in Misikhu town and distributed nearly 1500 tabligh leaflets. Many people were contacted and Jamaat literature was shown to them. Some of those guests who visited the book stall also attended the Jalsa Seeratun Nabi.

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The Jalsa started with the recitation of the Holy Quran, and several speeches were delivered on the life of the Holy Prophetsa

The blessed life of the Holy Prophetsa was introduced to non-Muslims who attended; how he spiritually reformed the dead of Arabia, how he brought peace and harmony amongst the people of Arabia and the world at large and how his advent was prophesied in the previous books of other religions, especially the Torah and the Gospel.

Another speech was delivered in regard to the holy month of Ramadan, in which the members were told about the importance of Ramadan and how to be recipients of its blessings.

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In the end, muallim-in-charge Sinoko Jamaat, Abdallah Murtaza Wanyasi Sahib, gave a brief introduction of the Jamaat to the guests.

A total of 40 people attended the Jalsa, including 12 guests. Among the guests, a local pastor attended who was gifted the book of the Promised MessiahasFountain of Christianity.

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