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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 35. Chapters: Islamic schools in South Africa, Mosques in South Africa, South African Muslims, People Against Gangsterism and Drugs, Ahmed Deedat, Hashim Amla, Barelvi, Zain Bhikha, Muslim Charity, Ahmed Kathrada, Schabir Shaik, Sathima Bea Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 35. Chapters: Islamic schools in South Africa, Mosques in South Africa, South African Muslims, People Against Gangsterism and Drugs, Ahmed Deedat, Hashim Amla, Barelvi, Zain Bhikha, Muslim Charity, Ahmed Kathrada, Schabir Shaik, Sathima Bea Benjamin, Abdullah Ibrahim, Shamima Shaikh, Al Falaah College, Boebie Solomons, Anas Habib, Taliep Petersen, Fatima Meer, Moeneeb Josephs, Fatima Hajaig, Yusuf Abdulla, Imraan Khan, Association of Muslim Schools, Sheikh Yusuf, Ismail Mahomed, Bo-Kaap, Johannesburg Muslim School, Essop Pahad, Shu-Aib Walters, Africa Muslim Party, Dullah Omar, Madrasah In'aamiyyah, Haroon Lorgat, Ebrahim Rasool, Auckland Park Academy of Excellence, Ashraf Hendricks, Marawaan Bantam, Nazeer Allie, Al Jama-ah, Sameehg Doutie, Pretoria Muslim School, Maulana, Andhe ki laathi, Fadlu Davids, Tashrique Goldman, Orient Islamic School, Ahmed Amla, Riverside Soofie Mosque and Mausoleum, Umar Hajee Ahmed Jhaveri, Qibla. Excerpt: Islam in South Africa pre-dates the colonial period, and consisted of isolated contact with Arab and East Africa traders. Many South African Muslims are described as Coloureds, notably in the Western Cape, including those whose ancestors came as slaves from the Indonesian archipelago (the Cape Malays). Others are described as Indians, notably in Kwazulu-Natal, including those whose ancestors came as traders and indentured servants from South Asia; they have been joined by others from other parts of Africa as well as white or black South African converts. However, the current Muslim tradition in the country dates from the arrival of Sheikh Abdurahman Matebe Shah, a Malay sheikh from Sumatra, in 1668. Sheikh Abdurahman Matebe Shah was exiled to Constantia, Cape Town in the Cape by the Dutch East India Company (VOC) following his resistance to the Dutch occupation of the East Indies. The sheikh used...


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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 35. Chapters: Islamic schools in South Africa, Mosques in South Africa, South African Muslims, People Against Gangsterism and Drugs, Ahmed Deedat, Hashim Amla, Barelvi, Zain Bhikha, Muslim Charity, Ahmed Kathrada, Schabir Shaik, Sathima Bea Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 35. Chapters: Islamic schools in South Africa, Mosques in South Africa, South African Muslims, People Against Gangsterism and Drugs, Ahmed Deedat, Hashim Amla, Barelvi, Zain Bhikha, Muslim Charity, Ahmed Kathrada, Schabir Shaik, Sathima Bea Benjamin, Abdullah Ibrahim, Shamima Shaikh, Al Falaah College, Boebie Solomons, Anas Habib, Taliep Petersen, Fatima Meer, Moeneeb Josephs, Fatima Hajaig, Yusuf Abdulla, Imraan Khan, Association of Muslim Schools, Sheikh Yusuf, Ismail Mahomed, Bo-Kaap, Johannesburg Muslim School, Essop Pahad, Shu-Aib Walters, Africa Muslim Party, Dullah Omar, Madrasah In'aamiyyah, Haroon Lorgat, Ebrahim Rasool, Auckland Park Academy of Excellence, Ashraf Hendricks, Marawaan Bantam, Nazeer Allie, Al Jama-ah, Sameehg Doutie, Pretoria Muslim School, Maulana, Andhe ki laathi, Fadlu Davids, Tashrique Goldman, Orient Islamic School, Ahmed Amla, Riverside Soofie Mosque and Mausoleum, Umar Hajee Ahmed Jhaveri, Qibla. Excerpt: Islam in South Africa pre-dates the colonial period, and consisted of isolated contact with Arab and East Africa traders. Many South African Muslims are described as Coloureds, notably in the Western Cape, including those whose ancestors came as slaves from the Indonesian archipelago (the Cape Malays). Others are described as Indians, notably in Kwazulu-Natal, including those whose ancestors came as traders and indentured servants from South Asia; they have been joined by others from other parts of Africa as well as white or black South African converts. However, the current Muslim tradition in the country dates from the arrival of Sheikh Abdurahman Matebe Shah, a Malay sheikh from Sumatra, in 1668. Sheikh Abdurahman Matebe Shah was exiled to Constantia, Cape Town in the Cape by the Dutch East India Company (VOC) following his resistance to the Dutch occupation of the East Indies. The sheikh used...

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