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From: The Editor - The Muslim Man
Sent: Tuesday, October 26, 2010 5:52 PM
To: Public Relations
Subject: Re: Muslim Man Magazine

Shukran for the beautiful email. And the gesture to our readers.
Will put it in the 4th edition.

From: Public Relations
Date: 2010/10/25 02:22:08 PM
To: The Editor - The Muslim Man
Subject: Muslim Man Magazine

The Editor
The Muslim Man

Dear Brother,

Congratulations to you and your team on a wonderful third issue (Edition 3 October 2010) crammed with superb articles, presented with high editorial discipline. Alhamdulillah!

Jazakumullah Khairan for publishing our article The African Perception of Allah amongst the Zulus from our e-Bulletin (see attached)

We commend and support the initiative of all who are involved with Da'wah especially amongst the indigenous people of our land. In this regards we offer your readers a free copy of the Quran in Zulu part 1.

All they have to do is write to pro-kzn@sanha.org.za with their postal details.

May Allah (SWT) crown the endeavors of the magazine with success. Aameen.

Was Salaam

Yours sincerely
For South African National Halaal Authority
EBI Lockhat
Public Relations Officer
Tel: +27 (31) 207 5768
Fax: +27 (31) 207 5793

Bulletin 56


One out of every five persons on this planet is a Muslim. He is your neighbour, customer, supplier, employee, boss or friend.

The African Perception of Allah - The Zulus

Notwithstanding Africa’s diversity of tribes, cultural patterns and the legacy of colonialism, most of the Continent still holds true the concept of Monotheism.

The Zulus of South Africa are a nation of 11 million people with a proud military history. They sum up the attributes of the creator who they call “Umvelinqangi” as follows: - “Umvelingqange, umoya oyingcwele akazali futhi akazalwanga, akhukho lutho olu fana naye”

The English translation is “Umvelinqangni, is a holy spirit. He does not beget nor is He begotten. And there is none comparable with Him”.

This is uncannily close to the message of Surah Ikhlas (Purity of Faith).

“The name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful Say: He is God, the One and Only! God, the Independent, upon Whom all depend; He begetteth not nor is He begotten. And there is none like unto Him.” (Chapter 112 Verse 1 to 4.)


For your free copy of the Zulu Quran see competition/giveaway section
click here


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