The seaside town of Hermanus – outside Cape Town, South Africa – is best known for its whale watching around this time of year. However, one of the more recent highlights for Muslims is the recently-opened Ismail and Miriam Islamic Centre – housed on the main road leading in and out of town. With an impressive design, interior, … More Of whales and spirituality
Apologies for the poor quality of pictures. I realise I need a phone with a much better camera, so…donations are most welcome 😉 PS: I’ve updated the look of this blog…for the first time in over 7 years! Let me know what you think of the new theme.
All of these were taken minutes ago. Can you guess where this is?
Since most of the Hujjaaj from South Africa are / will be visiting Madinah first, here’s a collection of images from that blessed city to help us visualise the awesome experience they will have. I took 13 of these, and the rest came from various other sources. Feel free to share with others, and if … More Glimpses from Madinah
Source: “Africa – where laughing is the only reaction” Facebook group
Aside from the famous ‘table’ part of Table Mountain (in Cape Town), the mountain range has many other areas of interest – one of which captivated me for years. A few months ago, I finally made a trip up to it: the King’s Blockhouse – situated on the slopes of Devil’s Peak. According to this … More My castle on the hill