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Success! The Belief of Muslims

Posted by admin Posted on Nov - 24 - 2011

The first public seminar entailing Part One of the Islamic Personal Obligatory Knowledge Series was hosted by Bridging the Gap’s Educational Research & Resources Development Division and sponsored by the Two Oceans Education Foundation. The seminar entailed a short course on The Belief of Muslims and Apostasy.  The meaning of the two testifications of faith,  [ Read More ]

Conference Sponsorship Update

Posted by admin Posted on Oct - 02 - 2011

Assalãmu ^Alaykum Peace be upon you! We’ll be keeping you updated on all the developments with regard to the upcoming conference “In defence of the Belief of the Muslims”.  The conference entails the first part of our Islamic obligatory knowledge series comprising the chapters of belief and apostasy. The target sponsorships required in order to  [ Read More ]

Appeal – BTG Conference

Posted by admin Posted on Oct - 02 - 2011

Assalãmu ^Alaykum Brother/Sister Muslim The Bridging the Gap Organization has over the past year been conducting an evidence based course on the personal obligatory knowledge of Islam that every accountable muslim should know and act upon.  This course has been well-received by the University of Cape Town community including muslims and non-muslims alike. Due to  [ Read More ]

Semester 2 Courses – POK

Posted by admin Posted on Jul - 20 - 2011

Peace be upon you all! The Bridging the Gap Organization’s Department of Educational Research and Resources Development embarked on teaching the Personal Obligatory Knowledge of Islam at the University of Cape Town in February.  The course entails matters of creed, jurisprudence ranging from cleanliness to the pilgrimage, sins of the various body parts, and some  [ Read More ]

Obligatory Knowledge

Posted by admin Posted on May - 02 - 2011

Assalãmu ^Alaykum Peace be upon you all! The Bridging the Gap Organization’s Department of Educational Research and Resources Development embarked on teaching the Personal Obligatory Knowledge of Islam at the University of Cape Town in February.  The course entails matters of creed, jurisprudence ranging from cleanliness to the pilgrimage, sins of the various body parts,  [ Read More ]

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