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19 January 2018 / 2. Jamaad-Ul-Awwal 1439

‘Mukhtar’ translated and published in Swahili

Posted on Thu, 2014-07-03 00:25

The World Federation, in partnership with Al-Itrah Foundation of Dar es Salaam, is pleased to announce the publication in Swahili of its title ‘Mukhtar: How He Avenged the Karbala Perpetrators’ by Dr Mahmood Datoo.

This effort represents the ongoing efforts by The World Federation to support external tableegh and expand the publications portfolio into different languages.

The Head of Islamic Education, commented: “This excellent and concise book regarding H. Mukhtar is a useful resource for anyone interested in H. Mukhtar’s role after the Karbala tragedy. I am delighted this has now been rendered into Swahili so that it can reach even more people and provide information on this important personality. We welcome such partnership opportunities with other organisations.”

 

For more information contact islamiceducation@world-federation.org

 

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