Since we are thinking about living together, I’d like to share this post from the Missionaries of Africa (White Fathers) in South Africa. Two fathers went to the Mosque with greetings at the end of Ramadan.
As I do every year, I went to greet some Muslims during the Ramadan carrying with mea printed letter of good wisheswritten by the Pontifical Congregation for Interreligious Dialogue. That afternoon, I went with George Okwii, M.Afr, to visit theNizamiye mosquethat is probably the most welcoming mosque of Gauteng. It belongs toTurquoise Harmony Instituteof famousFethula Gulenaccused recently of being the mastermind of a coup d’état in Turkey. Some compare him to Trotsky whereas Erdogan is compared with Stalin.
We arrived during a prayer. A young guide called Ali took care of us once the prayer was finished. Ali is from Soweto whose parents could not afford to pay for his studies. So he did his primary and secondary studies in the boarding school of Nizamiye. It follows the curriculum of South Africa while its pupils also memorise…
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