21 July 2012

Tanzania: Syedi Aali Qadr Maula TUS Stops Over at KIA

The Heir Apparent and the Son of His Holiness Syedna Mohammed Burhanuddin Saheb TUS, Syedi Aali Qadr Mufaddal Saifuddin Saheb TUS had a brief stopover at Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA) on July 12 this year.

Syedi Saheb TUS who had just visited Zambia for a short holiday flew to Nairobi and Dar- es-Salaam after which he had a short stopover at KIA airport where the Members of the Dawoodi Bohra Community of Arusha and Moshi were eagerly awaiting his arrival.

The communities were privileged to recite the afternoon prayers with Syedi Saheb TUS.

He then gave His Blessings to the children of Madressa (Religious school), where a unique moment was brought towards them as Syedi Saheb TUS recited The Holy Quran with the children from standard one, aged 5 and 6.

He further preached about the Pillars of Islam as well as the upcoming Holy Month of Ramadhan which he advised his followers to observe by performing good deeds.

Syedi Saheb's TUS appearance brought tears to many of the followers' eyes as he said a few words remembering his Father, The 52nd Dai el Mutlaq, currently on a visit to London, looking into the wellbeing of the Community members residing there.

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