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UGANDANS COMMUNITYCANADA. NORTH AMERICA. said...

Pensioners to get paid
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List of Pensioners who are to get paid.

MINISTRY OF PUBLIC SERVICE
1ST QUARTER 2008/09
PAYMENT OF ARREARS

1 ABAKWATSE JOSEPHINE PN20743 POLICE
2 ABALO ANNA FLORENCE PN24455 POLICE
3 ABASERET BENNAH PN3812 KUMI
4 ABEDA STELLA OGWARA PN4170 LG TORORO
5 ABIGABA STEPHEN PN3172 LG KAMPALA
6 ABINDABYAMU GODFREY PN3182 LG KAMPALA
7 ABIYO BUTELE F. D3956 ARUA
8 ABOK JINARO PN16445 UPDF
9 ABOK OSWALD ORERA PN3181 LG KAMPALA
10 ABUYI JAMES PN16647 UPDF
11 ACAM FLORENCE JANE PN62896 COURT
12 ACAM MARGRET PN26643 POLICE
13 ACAYO JOYCE PN29666 P/SERVICE
14 ACENG ESTHER PN77185 OPM
15 ACHAGA MUHAMAD PN21171 UPDF
16 ACHAN JANET PN26541 POLICE
17 ACHEMA EMMANUEL PN21394 UPDF
18 ACHIRO EVERLINE PN85321 POLICE
19 ACHOBO HELLEN B. PN19027 POLICE
20 ACIDRI SILAS T. PN19248 POLICE
21 ACOMAI D.ROSE PAB11326 KATAKWI
22 ACOR CHRISTINE PN3979 LG KUMI
23 ADENGO SIMON P. PN3980 LG KUMI
24 ADIA FRANCIS PN26266 POLICE
25 ADOA KETTY D3808 SOROTI
26 ADOA KETTY PN14121 SOROTI
27 ADOME ANTHONY PN58726 TRADE
28 ADOME JUSTINE PN3754 LG KUMI
29 ADONG AGNES D5059 GULU
30 ADONGA PHILIP PN2806 LG GULU
31 ADRABO JUSTIN L. PN18911 POLICE
32 ADRABO MARTIN N. PN28835 HEALTH
33 ADRIKO RUBEM PN9114 ARUA
34 ADULE NELSON PN53829 WATER
35 ADUPA JOHN PN13197 LIRA
36 ADYAKA FERRUCIO PN30601 POLICE
37 ADYANG EGWALI JOHN PN38286 TRADE
38 AEMA JOSEPH PN20361 POLICE
39 AERO MOLLY PN81793 HEALTH
40 AFEKUA ZAKARIA PN17838 ARUA
41 AGABA CHARLES PN3127 LG MASINDI
42 AGABA JENNIFER PN89634 S/HOUSE
43 AGABA K.JAMES PN18130 UPDF
44 AGABA R.SULA PN21420 UPDF
45 AGABA RONALD PN21400 UPDF
46 AGIC JOEL PN70592 POLICE
47 AGUTA BAPTISTA PN6101 PRISONS
48 AGWANG REHEMA PN18535 POLICE
49 AHEEBWA JUSTINE PN81692 WATER
50 AHIMBISIBWE MIKE PN10587 UPDF
51 AHIMBISIBWE RICHARD PN3766 LG
MBARARA MC
52 AHIMBISIBWE VINCENT PN3459 LG
RUKUNGIRI
53 AIJUKA DANSON PN21421 UPDF
54 AINE CHRISTOPHER KATO PN21433 UPDF
55 AISA JOSEPH MICHAEL PN16064 PALLISA
56 AISU JOHN PETER PN10042 KAMPALA
57 AJUK ALBERT PN35692 COURT
58 AKABWAI JOHN PETER PN3944 LG KUMI
59 AKACH JANET PNAB9783 KAMPALA
60 AKAIJAKARE PHILLEMON PN302 KCC
61 AKANDWANAHO RICHARD PN21422 UPDF
62 AKANKWASA JOHN W.S. PN54972 AGRIC
63 AKAREUT OMIAT L.M. PN65252 AGRIC
64 AKELLO JOYCE PN1967 LG TORORO
65 AKELLO JUDITH PN2570 LG KITGUM
66 AKELLO MEDINA PN3106 PRISONS
67 AKELLO OTIM FLORENCE PN19528 ITEK
68 AKENA EROKULANO PN21005 UPDF
69 AKITENG GRACE PN24608 POLICE
70 AKOL LAWRENCE PN14130 KUMI
71 AKOL TOM PN17205 UPDF
72 AKOLEBIRUNGI TEDDY PN3177 LG KAMPALA
73 AKOTOI SALEM PN20876 UPDF
74 AKOU ALPHONSE PN15430 AGRIC
75 AKUGIZIBWE FRED PN3169 LG KAMPALA
76 AKULLO CATHERINE PN62531 POLICE
77 AKULLU MARGRET PN24800 POLICE
78 AKUNGUR GEORGE WILLIAM PN3749 LG KUMI
79 AKWANG BEATRICE PN23429 POLICE
80 ALAI CHARLES S. PN33413 L/GOVT
81 ALEGO HENRY PN3187 LG KAMPALA
82 ALELE REMUS PN309/01 AC
83 ALEPER MOSES D4716 MOROTO
84 ALIA PENINAH PN80952 HEALTH
85 ALIKER KENNETH PN15870 POLICE
86 ALIMO ROSE PN25381 POLICE
87 ALINDA HARRIET PN3113 LG MASINDI
88 ALINDE GRACE PN3154 LG KAMPALA
89 ALOBO KENNEDY PN5718 PRISONS
90 ALOU VINCENT PN12569 KAMPALA
91 ALUBO GORRETTY PN78561 HEALTH
92 ALUKU ROBERT PN29705 POLICE
93 ALWANY SAMUEL BAKER PN9946 GULU
94 AMADRA MATHIAS PN1995 POLICE
95 AMADRA ORI OKIDO PN72841 WATER
96 AMAYO ROBERT PN20160 POLICE
97 AMENYO BEATRICE PN32427 WATER
98 AMGBU GABRIEL PN51015 POLICE
99 AMITO MARY OMOKO PN4211 LG KAMPALA
100 AMOLO VINCENT PN3938 LG KUMI
101 AMONG HELLEN PN4059 PRISONS
102 AMUTE JACKSON PN21074 UPDF
103 ANDERU BAIPHAR PN20848 POLICE
104 ANDRUGA M.MAWA PF85126 EAR
105 ANERWOTH .LUKE PN26304 AGRIC
106 ANGELA APOLOT ERESU PN943 LG SOROTI
107 ANGOLE AYENA FRANCIS PN30336 I/AFF
108 ANGUMA S.ANABO PN35957 MULAGO
109 ANGURA BETTY PN20925 UPDF
110 ANGURIA ESTHER PRI656 PRISONS
111 ANGURIA ZADOK PN3965 LG KUMI
112 ANGUYO JOHN PN31783 POLICE
113 ANYANDA TITUS PN30293 POLICE
114 ANYOLITHO JOSEPH PN309/01 AC
115 ANYWAR EJIDO PN826 POLICE
116 ANYWAR THOMAS B. PN3211 PRISONS
117 APEA VICTORIO PN7647 LIRA
118 APEDO ELIZABETH N. PN29839 HEALTH
119 APENYA ALFRED PN12977 POLICE
120 APIO JUDITH PN27745 POLICE
121 APOLOT ANNA GRACE PN951 LG SOROTI
122 APORU IMONO BEN B. PN32236 AGRIC
123 APUGULU STANLEY PN3954 LG KUMI
124 ARAPMIRICH STEPHEN PN46324 PRES
125 ARAPU LAWRENCE PN3967 LG KUMI
126 AREIKIN EDITH RUTH PN30125 HEALTH
127 ARIKO FRANCIS PN20972 UPDF
128 ARIKO KUPULIANO KENNETH PN3751 LG KUMI
129 ARIKO OMARA JOHN B. PN65175 AGRIC
130 ARINAITWE EMMANUEL PN21428 UPDF
131 ARINAITWE JPHNSON PN3454 LG
RUKUNGIRI
132 ARINAITWE LUCIANO PN21401 UPDF
133 ARONY ERIC PN36845 HEALTH
134 ARUBE HASSAN ALLI PN42410 HEALTH
135 ARYAMANYA NABOTH PN21353 UPDF
136 ARYONG BETHUEL PN28518 AGRIC
137 ASABA JUMA MARIAM PN8882 POLICE
138 ASAU MARSIALE PN31071 AGRIC
139 ASEKENYE OKURUT JULIET PN31591 POLICE
140 ASHABA AHEEBWA PN62616 PRES
141 ASIBAZUYO JOCELYN PN26606 POLICE
142 ASIIMWE ALEX PN21434 UPDF
143 ASIIMWE ALICE PN15936 HEALTH
144 ASIIMWE GODFREY PN29009 POLICE
145 ASIIMWE MILLY PN58021 MULAGO
146 ASIIMWE TEOPISTA PN3039 LG MASINDA
147 ASIIMWE TINKA JULIUS PN75843 PRES
148 ASINGE JOSEPH PN3956 LG KUMI
149 ATAI FLORENCE PN67540 POLICE
150 ATHIENO JULIET PN3722 PRISONS
151 ATIBUNI EPHRAIM PN10758 POLICE
152 ATIGA TOBIAS PN20946 UPDF
153 ATIM ALFRED PN1209 PRISONS
154 ATIM OKULLU CATHERINE PN18956 APAC
155 ATUHAIRE KEITH PN25205 POLICE
156 ATUHAIRWE BOAZ PN3768 LG
MBARARA MC
157 ATUSABIRE JUSTUS PN21379 UPDF
158 ATWOGYIRWE AMOS PN20913 UPDF
159 ATYANG FLORENCE PN3183 LG KAMPALA
160 AWIO CHARLES J. PN8191 POLICE
161 AWONGO W.BONNY PN45395 WATER
162 AYAKI PETER JOHN PN29998 POLICE
163 AYEBAZIBWE ANDREW PN1743 UPDF
164 AYEP CHARLES PN1269 LG
KABERAMAIDO
165 AYESIGA SARAH PN3116 LG MASINDI
166 AYIKANYING VICTOR PN29439 POLICE
167 AYO MARY ROSE PN30792 POLICE
168 AYO MICHAEL PN656 PRISONS
169 AYO SAMUEL PN21767 POLICE
170 AYOI MOSES PN21361 UPDF
171 AZAVUA NAPHTALI PN3076 LG MASINDI
172 BAANYANGA ARA PN5470 BUSHENYI
173 BABALANDA SAM D4926 IGANGA
174 BABICWA MARK JOHN PN3489 LG
RUKUNGIRI
175 BABIGAMBA SABITI PATRICK PN15169 KIBALE
176 BABINDEKYERE WILLIAM PN3467 LG
RUKUNGIRI
177 BABINYAGA JOHN B. PN17814 MBARARA
178 BACHINDUKA JOHN PN1861 LG MBARARA
179 BADDU KISAKYE P. PN40448 GENDER
180 BAFABALYA MARY F. PN29963 HEALTH
181 BAFERA BENEDCTO PN623 LG KASESE
182 BAFIRAWALA
FLORENCE MARY PN34314 HEALTH
183 BAFOKUGAMBA ZEPHY PN18940 MBARARA
184 BAGAMBE DAVID PN17123 UPDF
185 BAGARUKAYO OPTATO PN10221 IBANDA
186 BAGASHE DENIS PN20700 ENERGY
187 BAGATYA WILSON PN3834 LG JINJA
188 BAGENDA JAMES KITAKA PN18693 PRES
189 BAGENZE CHARLES PN3173 LG KAMPALA
190 BAGOOLE DAVID PN19819 POLICE
191 BAGOROGOZA JUSTUS PN21382 UPDF
192 BAGUMA EDWARD PN3067 LG MASINDI
193 BAGUMA EVARISTUS PN18684 KYENJOJO
194 BAGWISA EDITH
KYOMUGASHO PN3506 LG BUSHENYI
195 BAHANZIBWA JOHNSON PN44743 AGRIC
196 BAHATI PATRICK PN21402 UPDF
197 BAHIIRWA PETRONILLA PN19058 ISINGIRO
198 BAIGA RASULU PN21004 UPDF
199 BAINGANA FRANCIS PN3168 LG KAMPALA
200 BAIRA JOHNSON PN2984 PRES
201 BAISI HENRY PN17544 PRISONS
202 BAITWA MARTIN PN20163 POLICE
203 BAJUGA ERUNANI PN28036 HEALTH
204 BAJUNGU RAPHAEL PN2145 LG
RUKUNGIRI
205 BAKAINAGA GEORGE PN3831 LG KABALE
206 BAKARE BAKER PN21330 UPDF
207 BAKEHENA LOY PN50752 HEALTH
208 BAKUNZI DIDAS PN61464 PRES
209 BAKWATE WILSON PN68035 POLICE
210 BALABA PAUL PN3245 LG KAYUNGA
211 BALIDAWA DAVID PN81922 HEALTH
212 BALIGEYA MARTIN PN3149 LG KAMPALA
213 BALIKAGIRA TWAIBU PN10605 MASINDI
214 BALIKOWA ROBERT PN3843 LG JINJA
215 BALIKOWA WILBERFORCE PN19476 UPDF
216 BALIMBA LUBEGA SIMON PN46654 TRADE
217 BALINDA BONIFACE PN10211 SHIPPING
218 BALINDA D.LEWIS PN34790 F/AFF
219 BALINDA KULIS PN3611 LG MBARARA
220 BALISANGA K.STEPHEN PN41978 PRISONS
221 BALISANYUKA FRED KIREGE PN2541 LG IGANGA
222 BALISANYUKA S.CHARLES PF9616 EAA
223 BALISANYUKA S.CHARLES PF9616 EAA
224 BALUKU JOHN PN20098 UPDF
225 BALUKU KASIM PN25015 UPDF
226 BALUKU ROBERT PN21397 UPDF
227 BALYANANGO CHRISTINE M. PN17569 KAMULI
228 BALYEDHUSA FREDRICK PN2406 LG JINJA
229 BAMANYA DEZIDERIO PN3145 LG IBANDA
230 BAMBEIJA K.CHARLES PN27419 HEALTH
231 BAMULANZEKI WASSWA A. PN3576 MUKONO
232 BAMULANZEKI WASSWA A. PN3576 MUKONO
233 BAMULANZEKI WASSWA A. PN3576 MUKONO
234 BAMULANZEKI WASSWA A. PN3576 MUKONO
235 BAMULANZEKI WASSWA A. PN3576 MUKONO
236 BAMULOBA ROBERT PN3844 LG JINJA
237 BAMUROHO PATRICK PN21024 UPDF
238 BAMWANGA VINCENT PN17457 POLICE
239 BANALEKAKI JAMES PN2946 LG KIBOGA
240 BANANUKA GERALD PN21021 UPDF
241 BANGIRANA DEOGRATIUS PN3465 LG
RUKUNGIRI
242 BANIO PAUL PN21355 UPDF
243 BANURA ROSE D4751 KABALORE
244 BANURA SARAH PN4496 LG KAMPALA
245 BAPFAGUHEKA M.
DEOGRATIAS PN18856 NTUNGAMO
246 BARAA LINUS PN1290 ARUA
247 BAREKYE NAUME PN3216 LG KAMPALA
248 BARIGYE GEOFREY D5028 MBARARA
249 BARIKURUNGI WILLY PN3488 LG
RUKUNGIRI
250 BARINDA ANNE MARY PN36434 TRADE
251 BARONGO ABADI PN3099 LG MASINDA
252 BARUGAHARA ALOYSIUS PN5146 POLICE
253 BARYAMUJURA IGNATIUS PN638767 S/HOUSE
254 BARYARUHA EDNA PN33140 ESC
255 BASA FLORENCE PN78047 MULAGO
256 BASALIRWA DAVID KAPERE PN53684 HEALTH
257 BASHEIJA BAREBA A.J. PN26993 DEFENCE
258 BASIIMA SEMBWAYO A.K. PN2955 LG KIBOGO
259 BASOGA CHRISTOPHER PN2544 LG IGANGA
260 BASOGA DAVID PN61557 WAKISO
261 BASOGA PATRICK PN1763 PRISONS
262 BATABARA JOSEPHINE PN6526 WAKISO
263 BATAIRE CHRISTOPHER PN18555 KAMULI
264 BATAKIHURIRA T.JAMES PN67084 POLICE
265 BATEGYEKA WILLIAM PN21316 UPDF
266 BATEYO ASAPH PN25791 POLICE
267 BATRE NELSON PN18142 ARUA
268 BATTE ENKEMBA SULA PN35975 TRADE
269 BATUMBYA DEBORAH PAB10950 WAKISO
270 BATUMBYA ROSE PAB10950 KAMPALA
271 BAWULA HAMIRA G. PN29759 POLICE
272 BAYO CEASER PN63639 JUDICIARY
273 BAZEETE EDWARD PN21894 UPDF
274 BAZIBA GEORGE PN3851 LG JINJA
275 BAZIBU GEORGE PN3841 LG JINJA
276 BAZIGAMBIRA BAGUMA E. PN19294 KABALE
277 BBALE MARGRET FLAVIA PN49763 MULAGO
278 BEBIHIRYA CHARLES PN28900 POLICE
279 BEBWA DAVID PN20871 UPDF
280 BEHAIRE DAN PN58729 TRADE
281 BERU BONIFACE PN59081 HEALTH
282 BETTA FELIX PN54404 WORKS
283 BIGABWA K.SAMUEL PN15998 HOIMA
284 BIKWATSIZEHI SELERIO PN41922 JUDICIARY
285 BINEGURO CHARLES PN3777 LG
KABALE MC
286 BINKAMANYIIRE ELIAS A. PN3130 LG MASINDA
287 BINOWE GABRIEL PN3478 LG
RUKUNGIRI
288 BIRAMAHIRE ELIAS PN3603 LG BUSHENYI
289 BIRUNGI CATHERINE PN3180 LG KAMPALA
290 BIRUNGI FEDRACE PN3108 LG MASINDI
291 BIRUNGI RUTH PN4469 LG KAMPALA
292 BIRUNGI SARAH PN3783 LG RAKAI
293 BIRYANALI FRED PN21343 UPDF
294 BISASO GEORGE PN13851 WORKS
295 BITANIHIRWE M.JOSEPH PN3188 LG KAMPALA
296 BITWAHIKYE EVARISTO PN3455 LG
RUKUNGIRI
297 BOGERE EDWARD PN72297 L/GOVT
298 BOGERE MUSENZE ABU D4544 IGANGA
299 BOGERE ROBERT PN3170 LG KAMPALA
300 BOGERE WILSON PN3846 LG JINJA
301 BONGYEREIRE NESTER PN2150 LG BUSHENYI
302 BOONAMANA AGATHA PAB11106 KIRUHURA
303 BUHEMBE WILSON PN2109 LG BUSHENYI
304 BUKENYA CATHERINE PN36513 GENDER
305 BUKENYA HENRY PN89325 S/HOUSE
306 BULAMU FRANK PN2313 LG IGANGA
307 BULEGA DICK PN3171 LG KAMPALA
308 BULEGA FRED PN1470 LG LUWERO
309 BULEGA KIMULI PN4390 LG KUMI
310 BULUMA JOHN PATRICK PN34604 TRADE
311 BULUMA TAAKA PN18011 BUSIA
312 BURAHIKA REGINA PN18805 MBARARA
313 BURINGURIZA GORDIANO PN1854 LG MBARARA
314 BUSHEMA SUNDAY
EMMANUEL PN89626 S/HOUSE
315 BUSINGE GODFREY PN3074 LG MASINDI
316 BUSINGYE ADON PN29656 FINANCE
317 BUSINGYE JOHN PN21374 UPDF
318 BUSINGYE LILIAN PN638815 S/HOUSE
319 BUSUULWA BENSON PN3179 LG KAMPALA
320 BUSUULWA GERALD PN4468 LG KAMPALA
321 BUSUULWA JOSEPH PN3229 LG KAYUNGA
322 BUTABI JAMES PN20869 UPDF
323 BUTAMIRE CHARLES PN60082 WORKS
324 BUTERABA WANZALA F. PN3855 LG JINJA
325 BUYINZA FREDRICK PN32369 POLICE
326 BUYONDO E.MARY PN16233 MPIGI
327 BUYONDO MATHIAS PN6644 KAMPALA
328 BUYUNGO ABUBAKER PN70278 PRES
329 BWAMBALE LUCKY PN21403 UPDF
330 BWAMBALE SIBILISON PN21082 UPDF
331 BWANAKWERA YAFESI PN3469 LG
RUKUNGIRI
332 BWANGA BUGONZI
FLORENCE J. PN52932 FINANCE
333 BWANGO JOHN PN62078 POLICE
334 BWIRE ERNEST JOSEPH PN3189 LG KAMPALA
335 BYABAGAMBI NORAH PN61555 WATER
336 BYABASHAIJA JOHNSON PN64620 PRISONS
337 BYABASHAIJA PAUL PN3481 LG
RUKUNGIRI
338 BYABAZAIRE JOSEPH PN1862 PRISONS
339 BYAGAGAIRE SAMUEL PN4086 PRES
340 BYAKIKA JOHN B. PN601 LG JINJA
341 BYAKIKA VINCENT PN89479 PRISONS
342 BYAMAKA ATANAZIO PN3020 LG
BUNDIBUGYO
343 BYAMAKA ROBERT PN21075 UPDF
344 BYAMANYWOHA STEPHEN PN19080 BUSHENYI
345 BYAMUGABE WILLIAM PN17191 UPDF
346 BYAMUGISHA HENRY
SALONGO PN74727 MULAGO
347 BYAMUKAMA JOSEPH PN17544 POLICE
348 BYAMUKAMA MEDARD PN28634 POLICE
349 BYANYIMA VINCENT PN5454 LG
RUKUNGIRI
350 BYARUFU NASURU PF78852 EAR
351 BYARUGABA JUSTUS PN87246 HEALTH
352 BYARUHANGA B.WILFRED PN3015 LG
BUNDIBUGYO
353 BYARUHANGA RICHARD PN2144 LG
RUKUNGIRI
354 BYARUHANGA SAMUEL PN19422 POLICE
355 BYASHISHAKI PATRICK PN66634 WATER
356 BYOMUHANGI JACKSON PN49263 TRADE
357 BYOMUKAMA DAN PN21435 UPDF
358 BYORUGANDA ABEL PN4477 LG KAMPALA
359 CANDIA A.ISAAC PN24003 POLICE
360 CARVALHO JOHN PN39773 FORESTRY
361 CAVIN ERACH EMUNY PN45422 AGRIC
362 CHANDIGA RONALD PN17176 UPDF
363 CHANGO MACHO BOLOKI PN63743 PRES
364 CHANIKARE JOSEPH PN21324 UPDF
365 CHEKWEL MWORYEM PN17595 KAPCHORWA
366 CHEMONGES PETER PN21419 UPDF
367 DALIWO SERUMA SALONGO PN1486 LG LUWERO
368 DANUA HADIJANI SAMUEL PN2296 LG IGANGA
369 DAYA JOHN PN2690 LG IGANGA
370 DDAKI PETER ALOYSIUS PN5750 MASAKA
371 DDAMULIRA SAMUEL PN39209 FINANCE
372 DDIBA AMOOTI G.M. PN73693 WORKS
373 DDIBA MARGRET PN3118 HEALTH
374 DDUMBA TOM PN428540 PRISONS
375 DDUNGU RICHARD PN3176 LG KAMPALA
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Mufti Mubajje, Basajjabalaba acquitted
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Acquitted: Mufti Mubajje, Hassan Basjjabalaba and Edris Kasenene


By Edward Anyoli
and Henry Mukasa

COURT has acquitted three senior Muslim leaders accused of fraud.

Following the rulling, jubilant faithful celebrate in Kampala as critics remain defiant and plan demonstrations.

Police has since deployed heavily and warned against violence on any of Kampala streets.

Sheikh Shaban Ramadhan Mubajje, the Mufti, Dr. Edris Kasenene, the Uganda Muslim Supreme Council secretary general and vice-chairman Hassan Basajjabalaba are accused of fraudulent disposal of Muslim properties, forgery and conspiracy to commit an offence.

The long-awaited verdict will be a landmark in the history of Islam in Uganda.

The property the officials allegedly sold is worth sh1b. They were sued about two years ago by a section of Muslims thereby creating two factions.

Haruna Jjemba, the Muslims chairman for Kampala, was the complainant.

Former Buganda Road Court Chief Magistrate Margaret Tibulya, who heard the case, is expected to deliver judgment today.

Mubajje, a former lecturer at the Islamic University in Mbale, ascended to the chair as a compromise candidate to reunite Muslims after years of wrangles.

The trial of Mubajje, Kasenene and Basajjabalaba started in March 2007 for allegedly selling plots 30 and 102, on William Street in Kampala, to Haks Express Ltd, a company linked to Basajjabalaba.
The prosecutor said they committed the offences between March and April 2005.

Prosecutor Andrew Odiit brought 13 witnesses, including local government minister Maj. Gen Kahinda Otafiire, to testify.
D
efence lawyer Muzamiru Kibeedi, on the other hand, asked the court to acquit them, citing insufficient evidence.

The anti-Mubajje group has been mobilising its members to be on the alert in anticipation of a conviction, while another faction remains royal to him.

During the trial, the factions hurled insults at each other, while chanting “Allah Akbar,/i>” (God is great). In one incident, a group of district khadis, perceived as the Mufti’s supporters, were attacked by a mob which tugged at their tunics and punched them. The Police had a hard time tearing the groups apart.

In another incident, an unidentified man blocked Mubajje as he left the dock and tried to grab his robes. The Police increased Mubajje’s security thereafter.

CHRONOLOGY OF EVENTS IN THE MUFTI CASE
October 24: Haruna Jjemba takes the officials to court over fraud and forgery

October 26: Mubajje and Kasenene receive summons to appear on November 9, 2006

November 9, 2006: Mufti and Kasenene fail to appear in court.

December 5, 2006: Mubajje and Kasenene skip court for the third time.

January 31, 2007: Muzamir Kibeedi, the Mufti’s lawyer, survives lynching after he failed to appear again.

February 12, 2007: Basajjabalaba is charged over the sale of the property

March 16, 2007: Mubajje finally appears in court and is charged with fraud as rival.

March 23, 2007: Muslims in western Uganda ask Sheikh Nuhu Muzaata, the chief critic, to withdraw the case.

April 16, 2007: Mubajje again fails to appear in court. Court issues criminal summons for Mubajje.

May 2, 2007: A private prosecutor asks the court to reinstate embezzlement charges against the accused, which the DPP had dropped.

May 16, 2007: Former UMSC chairman Ali Adrama tells the court he signed the documents used to transfer council land to Basajjabalaba’s company.

May 30, 2007: A witness says Mubajje also signed the forms

July 4, 2007: The court summons the accused for skipping court again.

August 7, 2007: Basajjabalaba gets an ultimatum to report to the court or face arrest.

August 27, 2007: Official Ismail Mugomba tells court that Plot 30 on William Street was given out free to Basajjabalaba’s company.

August 30, 2007: Minister Kahinda Otafiire tells court Basajjabalaba pressed him to lift the caveat on the land

February 12, 2008: Mubajje’s lawyers ask court to dismiss the charges, citing insufficient evidence.
April 22, 2008: Jubilation when the court said accused had a case to answer.

May 12, 2008: City tycoon Drake Lubega offers to sell back to the UMSC the land he bought.

July 22, 2008: The Mufti remained silent when the court asked him to defend himself.

October 9, 2008: Trial magistrate Margaret Tibulya is transferred to Mbale.

November 9, 2008: Vincent Mugabo replaces Tibulya.








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18/11/2008


Hello, Majid Amonye Junior,&. Family.

kadara kursum is suggesting the following article from http://www.arabnews.com:
Government hospitals exempted from Egypt’s recruitment ban
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JEDDAH: Egypt’s decision to stop granting work permits to doctors wishing to work in Saudi Arabia does not cover Saudi government hospitals or pharmacies, a source at the Egyptian Consulate in Jeddah said yesterday.
Speaking on condition of anonymity, the source told Arab News that the decision also exempts Egyptian doctors currently under contract at public or private hospitals.
Egyptian Minister of Manpower and Migration Aisha Abdul Hadi issued the decision after a court in Jeddah convicted two Egyptian doctors on charges of violating regulations related to prescription drugs. The two men were found guilty in September of turning a Saudi woman, the wife of one of the men’s employer, into a morphine addict.
Dr. Rauf Al-Arabi, who works at Al-Salam Hospital in Jeddah, was sentenced to seven years in prison and 1,500 lashes; his jail sentence was increased to 15 years on appeal. Dr. Shawki Abd Rabbo, who works for Al-Ansar Hospital in Jeddah, was given a 20-year prison term and 1,500 lashes. Al-Arabi was found guilty of supplying the controlled and highly addictive substance to Abd Rabbo, who passed the drug to the woman.
The Egyptian ministry has released a list of 26 Saudi private hospitals, clinics and medical companies to which Egyptian medical manpower will not be recruited. They included 12 in Jeddah, nine in Riyadh, four in Abha and one each in Madinah and Khamis Mushayt. It said move came after the ministry received many complaints regarding breaches of work contracts.
Dr. Saleh Qanbar, chairman of the Medical Affair Committee of the Riyadh Chamber of Commerce and Industry, described the Egyptian minister’s decision as “hasty.” He said many other countries are ready to supply health care workers to the Kingdom.

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Date: Tue, 18 Nov 2008 14:21:21 +0000 (GMT)
From: Kadara Kursum
To: Majid alemi junior.
Reply-to: kadara kursum
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--- On Tue, 18/11/08, Kuldip Bajwa Kuldip wrote:

From: Kuldip Bajwa
Subject: Main VOF Venue Change & Communities in Control Discussion
To: "Kuldip Bajwa"
Date: Tuesday, 18 November, 2008, 2:02 PM


Main Voluntary Organisations Forum

Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre (click for map)

244 Acklam Road, W10 5YG

3 December 2008

9.45am – 1.00pm



Dear Colleague



There has been a change of venue and time for the Main VOF meeting on 3 December. Please note the new details above.



The meeting will feature a presentation on the Kensington and Chelsea LINk (Local Involvement Network) by Hestia followed by a discussion and a second presentation on 'Having a strong local voice'.



Please accept our apologies for the late change in venue and time. If you are unable to attend and would like to send your apologies please contact KCSC Development Officer for Partnerships and Forums, Lauretta Johnnie at lauretta@kcsc.org.uk.





Communities in Control, Real People, Real Power

London Lighthouse (click for map)

Ian McKellan Hall

111-117 Lancaster Road W11 1QT

3 December 2008

2.00pm – 3.30pm





The Empowerment White Paper aims to pass power into the hands of local communities. The government wants to give people in local communities real control over local decisions and services.



Come and find out how at the Empowerment White Paper presentation and discussion.



Regards



Kuldip



Kuldip Bajwa
Information & Communications Officer
Kensington & Chelsea Social Council
111-117 Lancaster Road, W11 1QT
t: 020 7243 9804
kuldip
www.kcsc.org.uk

Visit the updated KCSC Calendar for important meeting and training dates for 2009. Including VOFs and KCSC training.

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Ugandan Muslims Association In bc 418 main street. chinatown. P.o.Box 88073 Vancouver BC. Postal code. V6A 4A4 canada.
Ref. to your letter.nov.4th. 2008.
Charities Directorate. Canada Revenue Agency ottawa ON K1A OL5. INTRODUCTION.
Ugandan Muslims Association in B.C. Vancouver western canada has a Development Aid Program dedicated to developing and implementing integrated development projects at the grassroots level. With the combined expertise of professional teams and unwavering commitment to the empowerment of people and communities at the grassroots level, the company provides the highest quality of technical services and support, while assisting communities to achieve their developmental goals. The Association itself in putting people before profits and aims to promote and strengthen sustainable economic development initiatives with the application of modern technology, management and development techniques. The Ugandan Muslims Association in B.C. works with various stakeholders to develop projects and programs that meet identified community specific needs, integrating indigenous knowledge, perspectives and concerns. To this end, the Organisation has initiated the planning and development of a Rehabilitation Program for Koboko, Uganda. Phase 1 of the Koboko Rehabilitation Program will involve undertaking a pre-development project, which will support detailed business and operating plans for implementing various projects including and not limited to:

Rehabilitation of Koboko Muslims Secondary School;

Vocational Training school for People with Disabilities;

Construction of a new or rehabilitation of an existing Muslims girl’s and Boys secondary school;

Clean water projects (boreholes) across the county;

Health centres;

Scholarship program for secondary and post secondary students;

Other projects deemed as priorities by the people of Koboko.

The pre-development plan and design of projects will include consultation with stakeholders, in order to identify and effectively address needs identified as priorities for Muslims communities in Koboko. The strength of the final projects will come from community support as evidenced by reports arising from broad based community consultations undertaken by Ugandan Muslims Association in Koboko, Uganda. In order to enjoy a high level of support from Kakwa elders and local government representatives, a number of consultation sessions will be held with representatives of the Koboko Elders Association and local government officials including and not limited to Members of Parliament. A preliminary survey has revealed strong community interest in a Development and/or Rehabilitation Program targeting communities in Koboko, Uganda. Initial resources for the preliminary Pre-Development Plan will come from a variety of sources, including Ugandan Muslims Association in B.C.

Phase II will involve:

Identifying non profit partners through which to present Phase I results, along with outlines of required funding resources needed to implement and execute projects, for purposes of soliciting funds from public and private sources of funding.

OR

Establishing an organizational framework within the Koboko Elders Association, through which successful projects are managed, administered and coordinated.

BRIEF HISTORY OF THE KOBOKO PRE-DEVELOPMENT PROJECT

The Organisations Koboko Rehabilitation Pre-Development Project is the product of a number of informal discussions held in Vancouver Western Canada, to review the present socioeconomic condition of Muslims communities in Koboko, Uganda. The resolutions of those informal discussions establish that there are immense socioeconomic challenges facing Muslims communities in Koboko. It was noted that education and economic development are a top priority for Muslims communities in Koboko. On the basis of this, the projects outlined above were identified as projects worthy of pursuit.


An informal committee was formed to determine if there would be widespread support for the concept among the elders of Koboko and other individuals and organizations in the Muslims communities of Koboko. The informal committee, under the leadership of Imam of Koboko Masjid/Mosque Cleric Ayume sent a letter to representatives of the Koboko Elders Association and a number of Members of Parliament, for input and feedback.

BACKGROUND OF THE UGANDAN MUSLIMS ASSOCIATION IN B.C. AID PROGRAM

The Ugandan Muslims Association in B.C. Aid Program is dedicated to building integrated development projects at the grassroots level. The organisation is dedicated to economic development through community groups, individuals, providing management, technical assistance, training and support systems to community-based groups. The Associations Aid Program has three program thrusts. The first is training and empowerment of groups to achieve economic self-sufficiency through small business ownership. The second is community economic development projects aimed at creating a spirit and process of enterprise that will eventually be sustained by the community. The third is the expansion of capital availability to communities.

MANAGEMENT AND SUPPORT SERVICES

The management and staff of Ugandan Muslims Association in B.C. have years combined experience in education, social development, management, business, etc. Many associates contribute expertise in the areas of economic development, education, training, administration, project/program management, project/program development, Muslims community development and business management.

PROJECT TITLE

Koboko Pre-Development Project

GEORGRAPHICAL AREA OF CONCENTRATION AND INTENDED AUDIENCE

The project is intended for Muslims communities in Koboko, Uganda, including women and men interested in the rehabilitation of Koboko.

PROJECT DURATION

One Year

PROJECT GOALS

To create partnerships with Muslims communities in Koboko, provide an opportunity for individuals and groups from the target Both Muslims & Non Muslims communities to provide input into a Development and Rehabilitation Program for Koboko, through Learning

PROJECT OBJECTIVES/TIME LINE OF ACTIVITIES

Weeks 3 - 4

Compile a listing of and identify individuals and groups committed to/interested in the Development and Rehabilitation of Koboko. Establish contact, explain project objectives, solicit support. Design publicity material. Publicize the project through appropriate methods. Recruit Project Leaders from communities in Koboko. Develop themes for discussion and a Learning around project areas identified as priorities. Design Learning orientation package for the Group Leaders, who will facilitate the Learning

Weeks 6 - 8

Meet and/or hold a teleconference/teleconferences with Group Leaders, to explain the project, emphasize its importance and solicit full support and participation. Discuss Learning with Group Leaders and obtain their input. Complete Learning incorporating ideas generated through the meeting(s)/teleconference(s) with Group Leaders. Provide orientation to Group Leaders. Begin holding Learning anticipated: between ten and twenty), to obtain in depth information about areas considered as priorities for Koboko and specific recommendations for project implementation at the grassroots level.

Weeks 7 - 12

Continue holding Learning Compile a draft report on Learning proceedings, ideas and recommendations generated during the Learning Distribute draft report to participants and/or individuals and groups interested in the Development and Rehabilitation of Koboko.

Weeks 15 - 16

Come up with specific recommendations and obtain input from stakeholders as to strategies to implement ideas and projects generated during the Learning Facilitate project evaluation. Identify Follow-Up Actions that will be taken as a result of the project. Develop Programs to address areas identified as priorities during the project. Design Business Plans and funding proposals with the purpose of soliciting funds from public and private sources of funding.

FUTURE PLANS

Through the present project, Ugandan Muslims Association in B.C. non profit Org. hopes to begin forming partnerships with communities in Koboko, Uganda in addressing the Development and Rehabilitation needs of Koboko. These partnerships will undoubtedly continue beyond the parameters of the present project and they will form the foundation for continued work in developing and rehabilitating Koboko. The proposed project is part of an ongoing strategy by Ugandan Muslims Association in B.C. to bring the development and rehabilitation needs of communities in Koboko, to the forefront. The need for more information about the Development and Rehabilitation needs of Koboko, prompted the project.


The project aims to strenghthen partnerships between communities in Koboko and individuals and groups committed to development. The project aims at encouraging the people of Koboko to take an active part in their own development, by involving them in discussions aimed at brainstorming ideas for improving their lot, at the grassroots level. The project will provide a foundation for continued and long term work in addressing areas identified by the people of Koboko as priority areas.

The project has the potential to change conditions for the people of Koboko, through grass roots involvement and solution oriented strategies. The project will promote broad participation by involving individuals and groups from all walks of life. It will go beyond merely presenting information to encouraging individual and group action with concrete plans of action. The project is innovative in methodology, audience and the issues addressed because it involves a grass roots approach to resolving issues that are not being addressed effectively. By Ugandan Muslims Association President. Majid Alemi Junior,418 main street.chinatown, P.o.Box 88073 Vancouver,BC. postal code.V6A 4A4 Canada. Nov..4th-2008.
Labels: KOBOKO PROJECT IN UGANDA WEST NILE Re:Rights and freedom in the charter. Act. [a]Foundamental freedoms, freedom of concience religion, thout, belief, opinion and expression, freedom of peaceful assembly and association. [b]Democratic right: of canadian citizens to vote, or run for office. rights to register any org. [c] Equally rights: the right to be treated equally before and under the law. the right to the equal protection of the law and benefit of law without dis crimination based on race, national, or ethnic origin, colour, religion, age, or mental or physical disability. cc: to united nations secretary general. cc: to house of cmmon. ottawa.

UGANDANS COMMUNITYCANADA. NORTH AMERICA. said...

re: Ugandan Muslims Association in bc are Administered by the board of Directors/Trustees staffs members in Vancouver head office. 418 main street.chinatown. P.o.Box 88073 vancouver bc. postal code. V6A 4A4 canada. the Authorised officials in canada supervice & control the Accounts for the Association. UMAIBC Employees & Volunteers will also work & recruits volunteers overseas who will help our staffs in translations overseas, we will need the Assistence of local authorities overseas our officials in control the money. the donees & Individuals,other charities organisations,the government in canada. and qualified donees in subsection 149.1 [1]of the income tax act. [a]registered canadian charities. [b]registered canadian amateur. [c]registered canadian national arts services organisations. [d]housing co rperations resident in canada and exempt from tax under part 1 of the act by paragraph 149[1][i]: [e]municipalities in canada. [f]for gifts made after may. 8,2000, municipal or public bodies performing a function of government in canada. [g] the united nations or agencies thereof. [h]univercities outside canada prescribed to the universities the student body of which ordinarily includes students from canada. [i]charitable orgizations outside canada to which her majesty in right of canada has made a gift during the taxpayers taxation year or the 12 months immediately preceeding that taxation year. [j] her majesty in right of canada or province and agents: thereof: are considered the official donees to the organisation, at the same time UMAIBC is Islamic religious non profit org. Worldwide. since our missions to assists the needies, to build Islamic Schools, Universities, Masjids/Mosques here in canada, & uganda, as well around the globe. to assists elders,widows,orphans,disables,displace in IDP, refugees, returnees, victims of mother nature, manmade disasters, ETC. the canada revenue Agency responsible for registration of charities directorate. should be fair to all applicants, not to delay the registrations up to the period of a year. also charity org. should be tax free. put the political game aside. most governments overseas use the ngo org to assist those that only suport their political parties. thats why the Independent non political Applicants Apply for non profit org. registration to assist those not belong to any political parties. they are denied Employments, many are victims of war, religious & ethnics defferences. alot happening, Especialy in African continets. I will Continue for next Issues. From the President of UMAIBC. Majid Alemi Junior, 418 main street. chinatown. P.o.Box 88073 Vancouver,bc.postal code. V6A 4A4 Canada. Nov.4th.-2008.

UGANDANS COMMUNITYCANADA. NORTH AMERICA. said...

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Dearest One,

Assalam alaikum and may the peace of gracious Allah be with you,please I have a problem which I need help from you, however is not mandatory nor will I in any manner compel you to honour it against your wish. I am Mawa Mohammed, 18 years old and the only daughter of my late parents Mr. and Mrs.MOHAMMED.

My father was a highly reputable business man (a coacoa merchant)he operated in the capital city of Ivory coast during his days.My fathers died mysteriously in France during one of his business trips abroad on 12th.Febuary 2005.Though his sudden death was linked or rather suspected to have been masterminded by an uncle of his who travelled with him at that time.
But Allah knows the truth! My mother died when I was just 4 years old on child birth according to what my father told me,The time for her delivery was complete and the doctor did not know because according to my father the doctor told them that my mother was not going through labour because according to his own prediction my mother had about one month more to deliver. So before they rialise she was on labour, it has taken about two days and she became very weak and could not make it during child delivery.Since then my father took me so special. Before his death on February 12/ 2005 which came to me as a suprise

I have stoped schooling because i cant afford to pay for school fees anymore. But i have gone to my fahers lawyer to find that my father have money to the tune of eight million, seven hundred thousand United State Dollars.(USD$8.700,000) left in a Trust company which according to he lawyer he propossed using for a foreign business transaction.

Upon this informatioin given to me by the lawyer i have also gone to the Trust company where the money is deposited,to find out, according to what the lawyer told me.My fahter deposited this money and no name was given to them as the beneficiary. They are therefore asking me as the daughter to the depositor, to forward to them the name of Beneficiary of this money.
I will like to continue my studies but that will not be here again in cote d‘ ivorie. There is political unrest here and nobody knows what the next day will bring. People are now leaving in fear here.I know you may ask why didnt my father deposit the money in my name. I want you to know that our muslim rights by the almighty allah still permits him to mary more than one wife, which i know he has started making some moves towards marrying two more wives because he said he has morned my mother a long time.

I want you come and stand inn as my fathers foreign business partner who this money is made for. But please i want to beg you by the almighty allah to be faithull to me.And tell me you will not because am a girl cheat on me. I will like to come over to your country and finish my school get a better job and get a good husband and settle down for life.If you like we can as well go into a joint business of any type in your country. I like selling ladies wears and their makeups, i still like jewellries.So if this mail is acceptable to you i will like you to send to me:Your persnonal information.Pls contact me with this my e-mail id mawa_mohammed@centrum.sk

1.Your Occupation.
2.Your Age.
3.Your Home Address.
4.Your Telephone Number.
5.Your Fax Number.
Thank you very much and may the almighty allah continue to protect you and your family.
Mawa Mohammed re: read the article. and give your opinion and coments. is the aim to know my particulars? forget it. nice try.

UGANDANS COMMUNITYCANADA. NORTH AMERICA. said...

Hi there! Majid Amonye Junior, &.Family.

akujowang@yahoo.co.uk thought you might be interested in this article from The New Vision online: http://www.newvision.co.ug

They also added this comment:
""

I will retire soon — Mufti Mubajje

By Madinah Tebajjukira

THE Mufti Sheik Shaban Ramadhan Mubajje has said he does not intend to be in office for more than 10 years. He claimed that his stay up to this time is due to some individuals who oppose him.

“Abo abantawaanya be bandeetedde okulwa mu buyinza (those disturbing me are the ones making me stay in power),” he said during the Friday prayers at Gadaffi National Mosque in Old Kampala.

“Whenever I plan to step down, problems arise and I cannot go without solving them. But if I had no opponents, I would be now concentrating on my personal business,” he added.

Mubajje was elected on December 11, 2000. If he stands by his words, he will resign in 2011 at the age of 55. The current UMSC constitution allows a Mufti to rule until he is 75 years.

“I said I will not be here for more than 10 years and I mean it. I want the constitutional review commission to embark on their work so that I can forward my views,” Mubajje told followers.
“I have been in the system and I know where the loopholes are and how they can be solved.”

When Mubajje came into office he innitiated a review of the UMSC constitution, but later stalled.
Mubajje also said he did not agree with the judgement that he lied that the Muslim property had not been sold.

However, he asserted that he would not appeal the ruling. He claimed he is a trustworthy and honest leader.

On Monday, court acquitted Mubajje and his co-accused, the UMSC vice chairman, Hassan Basajjabalaba and former secretary general Dr. Edris Kasenene of six charges related to the sale of Muslim property.

Consequently, a section of Muslims opposed to Mubajje, led by sheiks Abdul Hakim Ssekimpi and Nuhu Muzaata announced their intention to appoint their own Mufti. The group has embarked on a search for a Mufti throughout the country.

But Mubajje scoffed at them over their plan accusing them of turning the matter political.

“I am a true religious leader. But the games they (opposers) are playing are purely political and they will not win,” he said amidst chants of

You can also read the article online at: http://www.newvision.co.ug/detail.php?mainNewsCategoryId=8&newsCategoryId=12&newsId=660728

UGANDANS COMMUNITYCANADA. NORTH AMERICA. said...

Hi there! Majid Amonye Junior and Family.

akujo wangita amonye thought you might be interested in this article from The New Vision online: http://www.newvision.co.ug

They also added this comment:
""

I will retire soon — Mufti Mubajje

By Madinah Tebajjukira

THE Mufti Sheik Shaban Ramadhan Mubajje has said he does not intend to be in office for more than 10 years. He claimed that his stay up to this time is due to some individuals who oppose him.

“Abo abantawaanya be bandeetedde okulwa mu buyinza (those disturbing me are the ones making me stay in power),” he said during the Friday prayers at Gadaffi National Mosque in Old Kampala.

“Whenever I plan to step down, problems arise and I cannot go without solving them. But if I had no opponents, I would be now concentrating on my personal business,” he added.

Mubajje was elected on December 11, 2000. If he stands by his words, he will resign in 2011 at the age of 55. The current UMSC constitution allows a Mufti to rule until he is 75 years.

“I said I will not be here for more than 10 years and I mean it. I want the constitutional review commission to embark on their work so that I can forward my views,” Mubajje told followers.
“I have been in the system and I know where the loopholes are and how they can be solved.”

When Mubajje came into office he innitiated a review of the UMSC constitution, but later stalled.
Mubajje also said he did not agree with the judgement that he lied that the Muslim property had not been sold.

However, he asserted that he would not appeal the ruling. He claimed he is a trustworthy and honest leader.

On Monday, court acquitted Mubajje and his co-accused, the UMSC vice chairman, Hassan Basajjabalaba and former secretary general Dr. Edris Kasenene of six charges related to the sale of Muslim property.

Consequently, a section of Muslims opposed to Mubajje, led by sheiks Abdul Hakim Ssekimpi and Nuhu Muzaata announced their intention to appoint their own Mufti. The group has embarked on a search for a Mufti throughout the country.

But Mubajje scoffed at them over their plan accusing them of turning the matter political.

“I am a true religious leader. But the games they (opposers) are playing are purely political and they will not win,” he said amidst chants of

You can also read the article online at: http://www.newvision.co.ug/detail.php?mainNewsCategoryId=8&newsCategoryId=12&newsId=660728

UGANDANS COMMUNITYCANADA. NORTH AMERICA. said...

We are peaceful souls.


--- On Sun, 23/11/08, New Vision Online Division wrote:

From: New Vision Online Division newvision
Subject: akujo wangita Amonye has sent you a New Vision News Article!
To: akujo wangita Amonye.
Date: Sunday, 23 November, 2008, 3:36 PM


Hi there! Majid Alemi Junior, &.Family.

akujowang@yahoo.co.uk thought you might be interested in this article from The
Sunday Vision online: http://www.sundayvision.co.ug

They also added this comment:
""

A history of rivalries

Factionalism in the Muslim community dates back to the 1920s after the death of
Prince Nuuhu Kyabasinga Mbogo. Mbogo was then the defacto leader of Muslims..
Enjoying patronage from the colonial government and the Kabaka, Mbogo led
Muslims with an iron fist. Upon his death, his son, Prince Badru Kakungulu, met
resistance and failed to wield the same authority.

Transformation was later to follow. Sheikh Abdullah Ssekimwanyi, the first
Ugandan to make a holy pilgrimage to Mecca, on his return, urged Muslims to stop
holding the daily Dhuhuri (noon prayer on Friday). He also started translating
Friday khutuba (summons) in Luganda and other local languages. Ssekimwanyi
outlawed mataali drums and started publishing an Islamic lunar calendar. This
calendar was used to count days other than using the sighting of the new and
full moons as is common practice.

The Kibuli establishment, led by Sheikh Swaibu Ssemakula, opposed him. The
Buganda government, Protectorate government and some Zanzibar scholars tried to
reconcile the two factions in vain.

Kabaka Daudi Chwa, on realising that the two groups had ideological
differences, gave each land. The Muslim community got 10 square miles of land in
Buganda while the Uganda Muslim Community under Kakungulu was given six square
miles and Africa Muslim Community Juma Sect Bukoto-Nateete was given four miles.
It is on such land that mosques and schools were built. There was no fighting
over mosques since each sect built its own mosques.

However, after the Second World War, the Protectorate Government encouraged the
rival groups to unite. They formed the Uganda Muslim Education Association
(UMEA). This was responsible for building most of the Muslim-founded schools
today. Ssekimwanyi’s death in the mid 40s temporarily reconciled the factions
and the new Bukoto leader, Nsambu, returned to Kibuli. The Bukoto-Nateete sect
replaced him with his secretary, Sheikh Zaidi Kateregga.

In 1965, the Muslim elites formed the National Association for the Advancement
of Muslims (NAAM). Sheikh Swaibu Ssemakula, who was Sheikh Islam (Senior Sheikh)
at Kibuli became the first Mufti. NAAM president was Al Hajji Akbar Adoko Nekyon
and his deputy was Sheikh Abdul Obeid Kamulegeya. NAAM’s aims and objectives
were to promote Islam, but it instead used government patronage to seize mosques
belonging to Uganda Muslim Community. When Idi Amin overthrew Milton Obote in
1971, he convened a religious conference where Muslims agreed to form the Uganda
Muslim Supreme Council. The council was inaugurated in 1972 with Sheikh
Abadarazak Matovu as Chief Kadhi and Sheikh Ali Kulumba as deputy Chief Kadhi.
Amin, however, sacked the two and appointed the late Sheikh Sulaiman Yusuf
Matovu as Mufti. He later sacked Matovu and until his overthrow in 1979 Amin was
the defacto Mufti.

The Uganda National Liberation Front government led by Paulo Muwanga attempted
to use Kakungulu to revive the UMSC, but he later declined on mind sight of the
earlier factionalism. Instead, he appointed an interim administration led by the
late Sheikh Kassim Mulumba as Chief Kadhi. Mulumba fell out with Kibuli and
Bukoto-Nateete. Concerned about the developments young Muslim clerics who were
spreading Wahibiyyah (strict Islam) formed the Society for Propagation of Islam
and Denouncing Qadianism and Atheism Foundation under Sheikh Muhammad Ziwa
Kizito. This was the beginning of the Tablique sect.

At the pick of the conflict, there were two Chief Kadhis; Mulumba and
Kamulegeya. The Muslim World League sent a Sudanese mediator to reconcile all
the groups. But after a year Mulumba resigned over ill health and Kamulegeya
took over. Mulumba later changed his mind and remained a rival Chief Kadhi based
at Masjid Noor at William Street. The Muslim World League again reconciled the
two under a Mecca Peace Agreement. They retired and paved way for Sheikh Hussein
Rajab Kakooza as Chief Kadhi whose deputy was Sheikh Saad Ibrahim Luwemba.

A new constitution was made and elections held. However, after Kakungulu lost
chairmanship to the late Sheikh Ali Ssennyonga, he called off the elections.. But
the assembly continued with elections and Luwemba became Mufti. The Kakooza
group annexed the Old Kampala mosque and Luwemba had to wait for Supreme Court
ruling in 1991 to take over the leadership.

The move prompted the Government to arrange a reconciliation meeting where
Luwemba and Kakooza were advised to step down. Ahmad Mukasa and Zubairi Kayongo
were picked as interim Mufti and deputy Mufti, respectively. But Luwemba
rejected them. After Luwemba’s death, Mubajje was elected Mufti.

You can also read the article online at:
http://www.sundayvision.co.ug/detail.php?mainNewsCategoryId=7&newsCategoryId=132&newsId=660847

UGANDANS COMMUNITYCANADA. NORTH AMERICA. said...

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"I am not asking to have the same amount of money for humanitarian action that's being spent, or at least being made available, to rescue the international financial system. But at least we should have the same commitment to rescue people that we have to rescue the financial system, and to rescue the financial system is absolutely necessary."

-- UN High Commissioner for Refugees Antonio Guterres, urging the world community not to forget the poor and vulnerable. Speaking to foreign reporters during a visit to Baghdad, Guterres said that at the same time that he was presenting this week a global appeal for USD 7 billion to help 30 million people, Washington had announced a USD 20 billion capital injection for a single bank - a reference to the weekend bailout of Citigroup. The UN global common appeal he presented in Abu Dhabi seeks to raise USD 7 billion for around 360 UN and nongovernmental agencies helping "the poorest of the poor, the most vulnerable of the vulnerable," in 31 countries, he said, as cited by Reuters. Quoting from a Bob Marley song, Guterres said "a hungry man is an angry man." Humanitarian support is not just a question of charity, he added, but shows enlightened self-interest by those who understand that such support is the best way to preserve world peace.



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We Will Crush You': The Restriction of Political Space in the DRC (Congo)

Congolese (DRC) state security forces have killed an estimated 500 people and detained about 1,000 more, many of whom have been tortured, in the two years since elections that were meant to bring democracy, Human Rights Watch said in a report released Nov. 25. The brutal repression against perceived opponents began during the 2006 elections that carried President Joseph Kabila to power, and has continued to the present. The 96-page report documents the Kabila government's use of violence and intimidation to eliminate political opponents. "‘We Will Crush You': The Restriction of Political Space in the Democratic Republic of Congo," documents the Kabila government's use of violence and intimidation to eliminate political opponents. HRW found that Kabila himself set the tone and direction by giving orders to "crush" or "neutralize" the "enemies of democracy," implying it was acceptable to use unlawful force against them.

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The UN has launched an appeal to donors to raise USD 361 million to stem the impact of the food crisis in West Africa, one of the world's poorest regions. The appeal sought to back aid work in sectors hit by the food price rises in the 15 member-states of the Economic Community of West Africa States (ECOWAS) and Mauritania, said a UN statement out of Dakar. The fund will cover the basic needs for food, nutrition, water, sanitation and health. Herve Ludovic De Lys, the representative of the UN Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs in West Africa, said the proposed fund is a platform of concertation between the humanitarian and development sectors

Near-universal HIV tests and immediate drug treatment for people who test positive would almost eliminate transmission of the deadly virus within a decade, a computer model showed on Wednesday. Doing this would cost more initially but then save money down the road because there would be fewer HIV-infected people to treat, Reuben Granich and colleagues at the World Health Organization (WHO) wrote in the journal The Lancet. The researchers emphasized their findings do not represent new WHO policy or any other guidance but rather stand as a call for discussion on how to better tackle the AIDS epidemic and the role of so-called antiretroviral drugs

The EU will give EUR 1 billion to help poor farmers in non-member states, making good on a promise that had been threatened by institutional rivalry and the economic slowdown. EU budget officials and members of parliament reached an agreement late on Friday to make the payments over a three-year period. The funds are to help farmers in developing countries buy seeds and fertilizer to increase production. Anti-poverty campaigners said the agreement would help more than 900 million hungry and malnourished people around the world. However, they also expressed concern that some member states might fail to fulfill their obligations, or do so by simply redirecting other national aid funds.

The WFP has resumed work in northern Somalia after its operations there were temporarily halted following the coordinated series of deadly bomb attacks in the city of Hargeisa last month that killed two UN staff members. The UN agency reported that it has distributed 522 tons of through various projects in the region in the past week. Kitchen cutlery and other utensils were also delivered to 105 schools to help with the school feeding program. But ongoing security concerns in northern Somalia means the food deliveries have been slow, according to WFP.

One child in eight in developing countries gets no primary schooling, according to a UN report, which made clear that the target of primary education for all the world's children by 2015 would not be met. Of the around 75 million children in the developing world who receive no primary schooling, about 55 percent are girls. In sub-Saharan Africa, said the report from the UNESCO educational, scientific and cultural organization, despite progress in countries like Tanzania and Ethiopia one third of all children did not go to school.

IMF, World Bank & IFI Round-Up

The heads of the World Bank and IMF have decided not to attend a major UN development conference, a move some said would reduce its impact. Publicly, UN officials said they accepted that World Bank President Robert Zoellick and IMF Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn were prevented by their schedules from attending the Nov. 29 - Dec. 2 conference in the Qatar capital, Doha, but privately, some officials said the two men should be present, Reuters reported. The Doha conference -- unrelated to the Doha round of world trade talks -- will discuss ways of financing development in poor countries through investment, trade, aid and debt relief.

The IMF has approved a USD 2.1 billion loan to Iceland to help the Nordic nation stabilize its currency, restore confidence in its banking system and limit the harshest effects of the global financial crisis. About USD 827 million will be made available immediately to Iceland - one of the countries whose economies have been hit hardest by the crisis - under the two-year standby arrangements, according to a press release issued by the IMF, whose Executive Board approved the deal Nov. 19. The IMF said the assistance package should fill about 42 per cent of Iceland's financing gap between this year and 2010.

Russian President Dmitri Medvedev and his Brazilian counterpart Ignacio Lula da Silva have agreed that Russia will host a summit of emerging economies scheduled to be held next year. Brazil, Russia, India and China are trying to form a counterweight against the established economies. They call their organization the BRIC group. President Medvedev is in Brazil as part of a tour of Latin America. He reached agreement with the Brazilian president on further military cooperation, but no arms deals were closed. The Russian president will travel on to visit Venezuela and Cuba.




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Burundi

At least 42 people have been afflicted in an outbreak of cholera in the north-eastern province of Cibitoke, according to health officials. "The rate of infection keeps on rising," Martin Bayisingize, the provincial director of health, said. The disease was confirmed to be cholera. Several localities in the Rugombo commune of the province have been affected, Bayisingize said. Rugombo does not have a supply of clean drinking water, he said. The Red Cross is disinfecting the households of those affected by the disease. Hygiene and sanitation sensitization among local residents is also ongoing but more needs to be done, he said. (IRIN)

Chad

The top UN humanitarian official wrapped up a four-day visit to Chad on Nov. 24 during which he called for stronger action to restore stability and rein in criminal activity besetting nearly half a million refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) in the strife-torn east. Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs John Holmes traveled to the east, where 300,000 refugees from Sudan's war-torn Darfur region and the Central African Republic (CAR) have been joined by some 180,000 IDPs uprooted by rebel activity and a spill-over of the Darfur conflict. (UN News Service)

Congo (DRC)

Rebels in the strife-torn eastern Congo (DRC) launched new military attacks this week under the cover of a so-called police and pacification operation, breaking the ceasefire and exacerbating the humanitarian crisis, the United Nations mission reported. “This fighting has sown panic among civilians who are once more in headlong flight along the highways in search of safety," the UN peacekeeping mission in the DRC, known by its French acronym MONUC, said of the attacks by the rebel Congress in Defence of the People (CNDP) against the Mayi Mayi militia in the Kinyando and Nkwenda area of North Kivu province. (UN News Service)

Guinea

Patients receiving antiretroviral (ARV) treatment in Guinea no longer need to travel over 700km to the Senegalese capital, Dakar, to have their CD4 count measured to determine the strength of their immune system because hospitals in the Guinean capital, Conakry, and regional centers are now equipped with CD4 machines. This is largely because of two large international donors: the World Bank, which gave Guinea a USD 20.3 million grant in 2002 from its Multi-Sectoral AIDS Project (MAP), and the Global Fund to fight AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis, which has given the country two grants totaling USD 30 million. (IRIN)

Kenya

The 2009 Emergency Humanitarian Response Plan (EHRP) for Kenya will target populations affected by internal displacement and climatic hazards as well as food and livelihood insecurity. "A lot of progress has been made in addressing displacement but much remains to be done," said Aeneas Chuma, the UN resident and humanitarian coordinator, at the launch of the appeal, which will fund essential support for an estimated 1.6 million people in 2009. The Nov. 24 appeal requested USD 390 million and includes projects from more than 50 UN agencies and international and national NGOs. (IRIN)

Mauritania

Mauritanian refugees considering whether to return home with UNHCR help received positive news at the weekend when the Mauritanian authorities gave birth-certificates to two returnee children, paving the way for them to receive national ID papers. The documents were handed to the young boy and girl during an official ceremony on Nov. 23 in the border town of Rosso. The development came just days after the number of Mauritanians repatriated from Senegal by the UN refugee agency since last January passed the 5,000 mark - government officials said they will all shortly be issued with national identity cards which guarantee full citizens' rights. (UNHCR)

Nigeria

Nigeria will launch a new campaign to vaccinate millions of children against polio on Nov. 26 in an attempt to curb the spread of the disease that has crippled hundreds this year, the WHO said. Africa's most populous country, which accounts for more than 50 percent of new polio cases in the world, has struggled to tame the contagious disease since some states in the mainly Muslim north imposed a year-long vaccine ban in mid-2003. New polio infections in Nigeria have climbed 225 percent to 751 this year because many children in the north missed several rounds of immunization towards the end of 2007. (Reuters)

Somalia

Somalia's first medical doctors in 18 years officially graduated in Mogadishu on Nov. 20. Twelve men and eight women completed their studies at the Benadir University Medical College (BUMC) and are now working at various hospitals in Mogadishu, Mohamed Mahamud Bidey, dean of the college, told IRIN on Nov. 25. This is the first time since 1990 that doctors have graduated from a Somali institution such as the BUMC. Bidey said no new doctors had entered the profession since 1990. At the same time, "former doctors left the country, got old or simply died." (IRIN)

South Africa

The AIDS policies of former president Thabo Mbeki's government were directly responsible for the avoidable deaths of a third of a million people in South Africa, according to research from Harvard University. South Africa has one of the most severe HIV/AIDS epidemics in the world. About 5..5 million people, or 18.8% of the adult population, have HIV, according to the UN. In 2005 there were 900 deaths a day.But from the late 90s Mbeki turned his back on the scientific consensus that AIDS was caused by a viral infection which could be combated, though not cured, by sophisticated and expensive drugs. (The Guardian)

Sudan

The top UN relief official kicked off a six-day visit to the war-torn Sudanese region of Darfur Nov. 25 by stopping at a camp sheltering nearly 90,000 people uprooted by conflict, with security issues featuring prominently in his meetings with internally displaced persons (IDPs), authorities and aid workers. Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, John Holmes, visited the Kalma camp in Nyala, one of the largest sites for IDPs in South Darfur, where he saw first-hand the work of aid organizations, met with schoolchildren and saw a women's handicraft project. (UN News Service)

Zimbabwe

The WHO assumed responsibility for coordinating efforts to combat a cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe that the UN estimates has infected at least 8,887 people and killed 366. The Zimbabweans “know their systems have collapsed," Stella Anyangwe, the WHO's representative in South Africa, told reporters. “The WHO is heading the response." The outbreak in Zimbabwe has accompanied a collapse in the health and sanitation systems following a decade of recession and political upheaval. Zimbabwe needs to secure $117,600 immediately to buy body bags, medical equipment and other emergency supplies to combat the epidemic, Anyangwe said. (Bloomberg)





Americas & Caribbean

Argentina

Argentina is to set aside USD 21 billion for public works. President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner's government hopes the measure will kick start the country's ailing economy. Argentina expects a fall of 4 percent in economic growth in the coming year. The construction of roads, houses and schools will create at least 400,000 jobs.. Construction has been one of the mainstays of economic growth in Argentina in recent years. The president also announced tax measures to stimulate the investment climate in the country. (Radio Netherlands)

Brazil

Brazil's federal government pledged 1.18 billion reais (USD 512 billion) to help southern states hit by floods and landslides that have killed 86 people, while police stepped up security to stop looting in the area. President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva signed a decree to free up funds the country keeps as reserves for disasters, the official government news agency said. The sum will go to Santa Catarina state's Civil Defense department, as well as the ministries of defense, health, transport and cities. The government would provide at least 40 million reais to help repair damage, and Santa Catarina Governor Luiz Henrique guaranteed enough financing to help families affected by record rainfall. (Bloomberg)

Honduras

The basic living conditions for more than 310,000 Hondurans will remain precarious for months as a result of the deadly floods that have engulfed the country, and a lack of support so far from donors is slowing the efforts of aid workers to provide relief, the UN humanitarian wing warned Nov. 18. The damage to livelihoods, farmland and infrastructure across Honduras is so severe - 17 of the country's 18 departments are affected - that everyday life will stay precarious “for several months," according to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). (UN News Service)

Jamaica

Jamaica's parliament has voted to keep the death penalty, as the Caribbean nation struggles to contain one of the world's highest murder rates. MPs were allowed a free vote, rather than having to vote along party lines. Jamaica has had a moratorium on the death penalty since 1988 but the governing Jamaica Labor Party, elected last year, has pushed for its return. Jamaica currently has nine men on death row. There have been 1,200 murders on the island so far this year. (BBC)


United States

Barack Obama's election as US president has provoked a rise in hate crimes against ethnic minorities, civil rights groups said on Nov. 24. Hundreds of incidents of abuse or intimidation apparently motivated by racial hatred have been reported since the Nov. 4 election, though most have not involved violence, said the Southern Poverty Law Center. White supremacist groups such as the Ku Klux Klan and the Council of Conservative Citizens have seen a flood of interest from possible new members since the landmark election of the first black president in US history. (Reuters)

Venezuela

The Alba trade bloc, formed by Venezuela as an alternative to a US-backed hemispheric free trade area, is considering the creation of a single “monetary zone," as it gathers to discuss the global economic slowdown. President Hugo Chavez said a common currency may help increase trade among Latin American countries, and criticized the Group of 20 industrialized and developing nations for failing to listen to poorer countries. “We're not going to wait here with our arms crossed for the World Bank or the IMF to come and solve the problems that this great threat unleashed on the world," Chavez said at the beginning of the summit in Caracas. (Bloomberg)





Asia & Pacific

Australia

Australia's immigration minister granted permanent residency Wednesday to a German family whose application was twice denied because their 13-year-old son has Down syndrome. Immigration Minister Chris Evans ruled that Dr. Bernhard Moeller and his family made a valuable contribution to their community and should be allowed to stay. Moeller was recruited by a regional hospital to be the only internal medicine specialist to serve an area of 54,000 people. Rural areas of Australia have for years faced a shortage of doctors and nurses and the government helps fund overseas recruiting efforts. (AP)

Bangladesh

Hundreds of thousands of women are the victims of domestic violence in Bangladesh each year, say activists, although most cases go unreported. A report by the Bangladesh Centre for Law and Mediation, a local NGO, cited local media as saying that in the first half of 2008, 179 women had been subjected to domestic violence. Of these, 112 wives were killed by their husbands in collusion with her in-laws, with 99 killed over dowry issues. According to a major study by the International Center for Diarrhoeal Diseases and Research, Bangladesh, about 60 percent of women age 15-49 had been physically or sexually abused. (IRIN)

China

China has released more than 1,000 people detained after rioting in Tibet in March, state media on Nov. 26 quoted a senior official as saying. "Most of the released rioters had turned themselves in right after the riot," the official Xinhua news agency quoted Zhu Weiqun, a vice minister who handles relations with ethnic minorities and religious groups, as saying. It did not elaborate. Xinhua said he made the comments in an interview with the BBC. Zhu, who said there was no "suppression" in Tibet, added that the suspects "had enjoyed all legitimate rights based on Chinese law," Xinhua paraphrased him as saying. (Reuters)

Cambodia

Women and girls in Cambodia are facing an increasing risk of rape and sexual assault, a government report has said. It says that around a quarter of the female population faces domestic violence. But the study showed many Cambodians think it can be acceptable for a husband to assault his wife. The Ministry of Women's Affairs released its findings to coincide with the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. Long-held prejudices are combining with new forms of anti-social behavior to put young women and girls at particular risk, the report says. (BBC)

India

A group of heavily armed assailants carried out a series of coordinated strikes in Mumbai -- killing at least 80, wounding hundreds more, and claiming an indeterminate number of hostages. A group calling themselves the Deccan Mujahedeen claimed responsibility for the mayhem, but their identity could not be immediately confirmed, and many terrorism specialists said they were unfamiliar with the name. The group took aim at Western passport-holders and prominent targets; among the locations hit were two major hotels, a train station and a hospital. Several top Indian security officials were among the casualties. (Newsweek)

Indonesia

Indonesia plans to cut rupiah bond auctions by a third and borrow from the World Bank and Australia to fund its 2009 budget gap as the global crisis damps investor appetite, said Finance Ministry Debt Management Department Director, Rahmat Waluyanto. The central government will also sell debt to oil-rich provinces such as Riau and East Kalimantan to fund building of roads, ports and power stations, he added. (Bloomberg)

Myanmar (Burma)

Thousands of people living with HIV in Myanmar (Burma) are dying because the government and international donors are not funding life-prolonging antiretroviral (ARV) drugs, says international humanitarian organization, Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF). In a report released Nov. 26, MSF said it could not continue shouldering the main burden of responding to Myanmar's HIV crisis, in which around 240,000 people are infected. Of the 76,000 people in Myanmar estimated to be in need of ARVs, only about 20 percent are getting the drugs, the majority of them (about 11,000) through MSF. (IRIN)

Nepal

Human Rights Watch and the Nepal-based Advocacy Forum said Nov. 26 in a letter to Nepal's Constituent Assembly that the government's proposed bill to criminalize enforced "disappearances" and to provide for an independent high-level commission to investigate cases occurring during Nepal's bloody civil war could be a step toward systematic impunity for human rights violations in Nepal. HRW and Advocacy Forum urged the Assembly to scrutinize and debate the bill rigorously to ensure that it will create a system to hold perpetrators accountable and provide appropriate compensation to victims or their families. (HRW)

Pakistan

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has approved a loan for Pakistan, amounting to USD 7.6bn to shore up the economy. The loan will "support the country's economic stabilization program," the IMF said in a brief statement. Pakistan will immediately access USD 3.1 billion of the loan under a 23-month facility, with the rest phased in, subject to quarterly review, the fund said. Pakistan needs the money in order to avoid defaulting on international debt. It had been exploring other sources of funds to try to avoid stringent IMF conditions but failed to find a deal. (BBC)

Sri Lanka

A senior western diplomat has warned that living conditions are deteriorating for tens of thousands of civilians displaced inside Tamil Tiger rebel-held areas in northern Sri Lanka. "We have one of the biggest humanitarian problems emerging in the north at the moment. Unfortunately it's not attracting enough international attention," said the diplomat, who's familiar with the Sri Lankan situation. Sri Lankan security forces are carrying out a multi-pronged offensive against Tamil Tiger rebels in the north and some army units are reported to be very close to the town of Kilinochchi, where the Tamil Tigers have their headquarters. (BBC)





Europe & Central Asia

Afghanistan

Children are being killed, exploited and abused in ever-increasing numbers in Afghanistan as the violence across the conflict-ridden country worsens, the United Nations says in a new report released Nov. 21. The report on the impact on children of Afghanistan's armed conflict shows that all sides to the fighting - which pits the army and allied international forces against the Taliban and other insurgents - have committed numerous violations and abuses against the young. (UN News Service)

Georgia

Russia must take immediate steps to stop South Ossetian militias "running wild" in a mainly Georgian-populated corner of the breakaway region, a human rights watchdog said on Nov. 26. Human Rights Watch said it had documented attacks and harassment by militias against ethnic Georgians in Akhalgori and surrounding villages more than three months after Russia drove Georgian forces from South Ossetia in a five-day war. "South Ossetian militias are running wild, attacking ethnic Georgians in Akhalgori," Tanya Lokshina, deputy director of the HRW office in Moscow, said in a press release. (Reuters)

Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan has unveiled a USD 21 billion rescue package to help soften the impact of the global financial crisis on the economy and buoy growth even as world oil prices fall. The package, equivalent to 20 per cent of the oil-rich central Asian country's GDP, includes emergency funding for the banking, property and agricultural sectors and small and medium sized businesses. (Financial Times)

Kyrgyzstan

The United Nations World Food Program (WFP) is launching an emergency operation to help 580,000 vulnerable people this winter in Kyrgyzstan, where many families are struggling as a result of high food prices and the global economic slowdown. “Winter is a brutal time in Kyrgyzstan. We will be providing food to those who are unable to meet their basic food needs due to the past year's high food and fuel prices," said Daly Belgasmi, WFP Regional Director for the Middle East, Central Asia and Eastern Europe. (UN News Service)

Poland

Greenpeace protesters clashed with coal miners at a new opencast mine on Nov. 24 in an incident highlighting Poland's environmental dilemma on the eve of a major UN-led conference on climate change. The western Polish city of Poznan will be the venue for the Dec. 1-12 conference aimed at agreeing a new global climate package to replace the Kyoto protocol which expires in 2012. But Poland still relies on polluting coal for more than 90 percent of its growing energy needs. Along with other ex-communist European Union states, it opposes parts of an EU climate package forcing big cuts in carbon dioxide emissions. (Reuters)

Russia

Russian officials are in contact with the incoming Obama administration, urging it to normalize relations with Iran and reach an agreement over its disputed nuclear program. Russia is hoping that “the new administration understands that there is no alternative to the political process and dialogue at all levels," Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said in an interview with Bloomberg Television in Moscow. Asked if Obama would have to normalize ties with Iran to reach a nuclear agreement, he replied: “Yes, absolutely.." (Bloomberg)





Middle East & North Africa

Iran

Iran has executed ten people in one day. The condemned, nine men and a woman were all convicted of murder. Human rights groups say the number of executions in Iran has increased substantially as the result of a government offensive against “immoral behavior." Amnesty International says Iran carried out 317 death sentences last year. Only China executed more people: 470. Iran has rejected all criticism of its executions, arguing that it is simply enforcing Islamic law. (Radio Netherlands)

Jordan

The UN agency for Palestinian refugees (UNRWA) has launched an initiative to combat violence in its schools across the Middle East by teaching children tolerance and conflict resolution, but teachers and refugees doubt the scheme could work in the poverty-stricken camps. A new code of conduct was unveiled in Amman last week by senior UNRWA officials, governing relations between teachers and students as well as parents, to promote disciplined and violence-free schools. UNRWA-run schools in Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, the West Bank and Gaza will be governed by the new code, set up by students themselves through their parliament, according a UNRWA spokesman in Amman. (IRIN)

Palestinian Authority

Israel has permitted limited aid and fuel deliveries into the Gaza Strip, which it has closed to virtually all supplies for the past three weeks. Gaza's only power plant, which is in urgent need of spare parts, is to restart at reduced capacity. Shortages and power cuts in the territory have led the UN to describe conditions there as the "worst ever". Israel says the tightening of the Gaza blockade is a legitimate response to rocket fire by Palestinian militants. Sixty trucks of supplies were scheduled to pass through the Kerem Shalom and Karni crossings on Nov. 26, an Israeli government spokesman said. (BBC)

Yemen

Thousands of acres of farmland were destroyed in Hadramaut Governorate, southeastern Yemen, by the late October floods, raising the spectre of long-term food insecurity, according to Agriculture Ministry officials. "The devastation was huge. Hadramaut is now a food insecure governorate. Food security has been badly affected by the floods. Farmers depended on the produce from their land but now they will have to buy food items," Ahmed al-Ashlah, deputy minister of agriculture and irrigation, told IRIN in Seyoun. In Hadramaut Valley (covering 16 districts) 93,390 acres of agricultural land were swept away, according to the Agriculture Ministry's office in Seyoun. (IRIN)





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THIS WEEK, we note that a food aid coalition has said the US government could stretch its foreign aid budget to help more of the world's hungry if the country overhauled its fragmented system for delivering the assistance. Approximately how many departments, agencies and government offices have a role in developing US aid policy and delivering programs?

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LAST WEEK, we noted that there are currently 17 UN peacekeeping operations underway around the world. We asked how many of the Top Ten countries providing the most peacekeepers to current missions are developing countries, and also which country among the permanent UN Security Council members provided the most uniformed personnel for UN peacekeeping operations as of 2008.

ANSWER: There are currently 10,569 Pakistani soldiers, military observers and police participating in UN peacekeeping missions - the highest in the world. Nine of the Top Ten nations providing the most peacekeepers are developing countries (the only country not in this category is Italy, in the ninth spot with its 2,779 peacekeepers). Among the permanent members of the UN Security Council, France leads with 1,974 peacekeepers.




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Eid Al-Adha 1429 - Monday December 8th, 2008

Following the Hajj announcement, Fiqh Council has decided that Eid Al-Adha will be on Monday, December 8th, 2008.

According to Saudi Press Agency, The Supreme Judicial Council announced that Saturday, November 29, 2008, is the first day of the lunar month of Zil-Hijja, and accordingly Arafat Day will be on Sunday, the 9th of Zil-Hijja, corresponding to December 7, 2008, and Eid al-Adha day will be on Monday, the 10th of Zil Hijja, corresponding to December 8, 2008, said a statement released today by the supreme judicial council.

Please read the Article by Dr. Zulfiqar Ali Shah, Executive Director of Fiqh Council of North America regarding Eid Al-Adha.



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Leaving Hira: Changing Hearts, Sparking a Movement
MYNA Winter Leadership Retreat 2008
December 27th, 2008 - January 3rd, 2009




Qualified youth activists (14-18)* and advisors from throughout the United States and Canada will gather to participate in MYNA's Annual National Youth Training Retreat.
The retreat will be held at Collin County Adventure Camp , North of Dallas, Texas in an environment of spirituality, excitement, and adventure.

Participants will take part in spectacular state-of-the-art leadership and skill-developing workshops, sports, team building activities, and great entertainment programs, all led by nationally renowned scholars and highly successful activists and role-models.

Registration:
Registration application forms can be found online. For all registration instructions click here.

ONLY 100 Qualified Youth from all over North America will be able to enjoy this one-of-a-kind event! Financial concerns should not hinder participation in any MYNA event. Financial aid is available to families that qualify, and payment plans may also be an option. Please email camp for instructions and questions.
DEADLINE TO APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID IS NOVEMBER 19, 2008.


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**Links to the recommendation letters and essay questions will be embedded in the confirmation email you receive after completing on-line registration and receipt of payment**

All applications will be reviewed by MYNA National advisors after receiving the required recommendation letters and the essays.

* Youth as young as 12 may apply, but priority will be given to the youth 14-18 years of age.

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Assalaamu alaikum wa Rahmatullaahi wa Barakaatuhu,


The Muslim Youth Centre would like to invite all children ages 5 to 11 to their Eid Party on Saturday, December 13, 2008 from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m, Inshaa Allah. This is a fun-filled event with games and activities.

The price is $10.00 per child and includes lunch.

Please pre-register by December 9, 2008.

Please call:

Sister Zebun: (604) 771-7803

Sister Famina: (604) 589-1503


Jazak Allah Khair.


Sister Kaniza Ishmail
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#209 - 7750 - 128th Street
Surrey, BC Canada
604-502-8692

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Saudi Arabia News

Hamas keeps Muslims from Mecca pilgrimage



Hamas police prevented Muslim pilgrims from leaving Gaza yesterday for the annual Islamic pilgrimage because of internal Palestinian squabbling, drawing rare rebukes from Arab countries. Hamas, the...


Saudi Ambassador presents credentials to Nepal
Kathmandu, Nepal, December 01, SPA -- Saudi Ambassador to Bangladesh Dr. Abdullah bin Nasser Al-Bussairi has presented his credentials to Nepal's President Dr. Ram Baran Yadav as a non-resident...


Saudi Embassy completes issuance of Hajj Visas to Tunisians
Tunis, December 01, SPA -- The Saudi Embassy in Tunisia has concluded issuance of Hajj visas by granting this category of visas to a total of 9,000 Tunisians in accordance with the specified...


Jordanian Official hails Saudi services for pilgrims
Selling U.S. Dollar 3.75 Euro 4.96 U.K. Pound 7.38 Emirati Dirham 1.02 Kuwaiti Dinar 12.97 Bahraini Dinar 9.94 Jordanian Dinar ...


Saudi non-petroleum exports show hike
Riyadh, December 1, SPA -- The non-petroleum exports of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia increased this year to SR 11, 018 million from SR 8, 654 million in August 2007, according to a report released by...


Saudi army hospitals e-system goes ...
The electronic health system for Saudi Arabia's Armed Forces hospitals has gone live, making it the largest such initiative in the country. The project involved indexing hundreds of thousands of...


King Saud University signs strategic MoU with Autodesk
Autodesk, the specialist in 2D and 3D design software for the manufacturing, building and construction, and media and entertainment markets, has announced that it has signed a strategic Memorandum of...


Saudi Arabia, Albania boost bilateral ties
(MENAFN - Arab News) The Kingdom and Albania have set out a new vision of bilateral relations with a focus on how to boost political, commercial and cultural links, said Albanian Ambassador to the...


Isuzu eyes Saudi market for trucks
(MENAFN - Arab News) Isuzu plans to have a larger share of trucks market in Saudi Arabia and the Middle East in the coming year, Shintaro Mochizuki, president, Isuzu Operations (Thailand) Co. Ltd.,...


Saudi Arabia, Sweden focus on financial crisis
(MENAFN - Arab News) The current global financial crisis and its impact figured in the discussion between Finance Minister Ibrahim Al-Assaf and Swedish Trade Minister Dr. Ewa Bjorling here...

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Hi there! Majid Alemi Junior.

akujo wangita thought you might be interested in this article from The New Vision online: http://www.newvision.co.ug

They also added this comment:
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Museveni meets Muslims opposed to Mufti Mubajje

By Madinah Tebajjukira

PRESIDENT Yoweri Museveni on Friday met the leaders of Muslims opposed to the Mufti, Sheik Shaban Mubajje.

Museveni, sources said, opposed the election of a parallel Muslim leadership, which the faction wants to do. Instead, the source added, Museveni advised them to reconcile and emphasised that having two Muftis at the same time would throw the Muslim community back to the chaotic situation of the 1990s. “Avoid divisions in the Muslim community because they come along with many consequences,” he warned.

“I don’t want a situation where two rival Muftis fight over a microphone at a public function like in the past.”
Between 1980 and 1986, the Muslim community was split into two factions led by sheiks Kassim Mulumba and Abdul Obedi Kamulegeya. Once the NRM took power in 1986, the rivals reconciled but the bitter rivalry resurfaced in 1987, which pitted Muftis Saad Ibrahim Luwemba against Hussein Rajab Kakooza.

During Uganda’s 31st independence anniversary celebrations at Kololo Airstrip, Luwemba and Sheik Ahmed Mukasa who had replaced Kakooza, struggled for a microphone to lead prayers.

The current wrangle was sparked off when the court acquitted Mubajje, council vice-chairman Hassan Basajjabalaba and former secretary general Edris Kasenene of the fraudulent sale of Muslim property.

But the court said Mubajje lied when he said the properties had not been sold. His rivals threatened to elect their own Mufti, saying Mubajje was a discredited liar unfit to lead Ugandan Muslims.

The meeting with Museveni is seen as an attempt to resolve the matter through dialogue.

Sources said the President had wanted to meet the two camps jointly. The Nakibinge group rejected the proposal, the sources said. The President promised to meet Mubajje’s side separately.

Among the anti-Mubajje members who attended the meeting at the State House Nakasero were Hajji Habib Kagimu, sheiks Mustapher Bahiga and Muhammad Kisambira. Kisambira, the spokesperson, would not give details of the meeting.

“It was a private meeting,” he said by telephone. Museveni’s press secretary Tamale Mirundi said: “The President met them because he wants harmony in society. Some people have been peddling lies so he wanted to clarify issues.”

However, it was not clear what the meeting resolved. Sources said the anti-Mubajje side said they would only consider reconciling if Mubajje returned the property which his administration sold.

“We assured the President that we are not opposed to Mubajje, the individual, but the way he mishandled Muslim property,” a source said.

“Once we get the property back, we shall reach a compromise.”


You can also read the article online at: http://www.newvision.co.ug/detail.php?mainNewsCategoryId=8&newsCategoryId=13&newsId=662394

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03/12/2008


Hello, Majid Alemi Junior.

kadara kursum Alemi is suggesting the following article from http://www.arabnews.com:
Foreign Ministry issues 1.75 million pilgrim visas
P.K. Abdul Ghafour | Arab News

JEDDAH: Saudi missions abroad have issued more than 1.75 million visas for those who want to perform Haj this year, said Mohammed Al-Salloum, undersecretary at the Foreign Ministry for consular affairs.
"Saudi embassies and consulates in different countries completed the issuance of Haj visas on Monday evening," Al-Salloum told the Saudi Press Agency. As many as 1,582,217 pilgrims have already arrived in the Kingdom from different parts of the world. The majority of them - 1,445,135 - came by air, 116,532 by land and 20,550 by sea, according to Maj. Gen. Salim Al-Belaihed, director general of the Passport Department.
More than 2.5 million, including some 750,000 Saudis and expatriate workers from within the Kingdom, are expected to perform Haj this year. Saudi authorities have warned that only those domestic pilgrims who carry Haj permits would be allowed to enter the holy sites.
About 1,000 foreign dignitaries including 720 from Europe, 200 from Asia and Australia and 61 from Arab countries will perform Haj this year as guests of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah. King Abdullah has invited nearly 12,000 prominent Muslim personalities from around the world to perform Haj as his guests over the past several years.
Saudi authorities have stepped up preparations for the annual pilgrimage, the largest gathering of Muslims in the world. Interior Minister Prince Naif, who is chairman of the Supreme Haj Committee, will inspect facilities in the holy sites today ahead of the start of Haj on Saturday.
The Ministry of Water and Electricity has made arrangements to pump 300,000 cubic meters of water daily to Makkah and other holy sites to meet the needs of the guests of God and to enable them to perform the ritual in safety and comfort. The ministry has prepared 21 water tanks in Makkah and 18 in the holy sites with a total capacity of 2.5 million cubic meters.
Al-Salloum highlighted his ministry's services for pilgrims. "We have introduced a centralized visa system linking the immigration counters at the Kingdom's entry points with its missions abroad. The system has helped in expediting procedures upon the arrival of pilgrims," he said.
To assist in issuing Haj visas, the ministry sends a large number of officials to Saudi embassies and consulates in different countries in addition to existing staff. "Thirty-five foreign missions have been provided with additional staff for Haj services," he added.
The Kingdom also sends temporary consular missions to countries that do not have Saudi missions in order to issue Haj visas. "This year we have sent 15 such missions benefiting pilgrims from countries such as Macedonia, Kosovo, Gambia, Benin, Kyrgyzstan, Mauritius, Tajikistan, Comoros, Togo and Trinidad," he said.

UGANDANS COMMUNITYCANADA. NORTH AMERICA. said...

CITY CIRCLE NOTICEBOARD



Thursday 4th December 2008



***EVENTS***



1. City Circle Event: Passing Through a Dream : A book launch with the author Dr Rebecca Masterton (Lecturer, University of London and presenter, Press TV) 6.45-8.45pm, Friday 5th December 2008 at Abrar House, 45 Crawford Place, London W1H 4LP (nearest tube: Edgware Rd / Marble Arch)



The City Circle and Light Reading bring you, "Passing Through the Dream...", a collection of short stories that fuses the culture of Western Europe with esoteric Islam. Enter a world where time and space melt away to reveal hidden truths; where the darkness of the twenty-first century is infused with the light of comedy and humour and where unexpected events can turn your view of life inside-out.



ABOUT THE SPEAKER



Rebecca Masterton studied Japanese language and literature at SOAS, graduating in 1994, then completed her Masters at SOAS in Comparative East Asian and African Literature, during which time, in 1999, she converted to Islam. After completing her Masters she undertook a PhD at SOAS in the Francophone and Islamic mystical literature of West Africa. She has produced and presented a series of 88 programmes on religion and culture for Iran's new satellite news channel Press TV, in addition to lecturing in Islamic mysticism at Birkbeck, and is currently writing a textbook on Western mysticism to be taught as a Master's degree for an Islamic college in London. Her articles and reviews have appeared in The Journal of Qur'anic Studies, The Oxford Journal of Islamic Studies, Q-News, The Journal of Asian and African Studies, African Arts magazine and the online Islamic website Islam On-line. She has co-translated from French a book on Qur'anic ethics which is now on sale through IB Tauris. She has always written fiction, but this collection of stories was triggered by the Iraq war. Two of them have won literary prizes. They draw upon experiences from various Muslim countries and reflect, with humour, upon the situation of Muslims in the West today, bringing together both the spiritual and political worlds.


Copies of "Passing Through the Dream ..." will be available for sale at a specially-discounted price.



FREE ENTRANCE - ALL WELCOME



For more information, please call Usama on 07980 834340.The City Circle (find our group also on Facebook)



The City Circle would like to wish all its friends a Blessed Eid, and a Blessed Hajj to all the pilgrims in Mecca.





2. Peace Vigil for Mumbai Victims - Thursday 4 December 2008



There will be a peace vigil for individuals who wish to express their grief and support to the families of all those who lost their lives in the attacks. The vigil will be strictly apolitical, so that those who attend may speak with their own voices.



Lighting a candle may be a small gesture, and it is. But it is an act premised on a sense of civility, compassion and human decency. We encourage all those who wish to lend their voices in support of the Mumbai victims and in condemnation of terrorism to attend, regardless of nationality or creed.



Date: Thursday, 4 December 2008

Time: 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Location: India House, Aldwych, London WC2B 4NA





3. Freedom of Speech: Where do Muslims Stand?

Organised by Dialogue with Islam



Friday 5 December 2008, Toynbee Hall, 28 Commercial Street, London E1 6LS

Time: 7pm to 9pm



Speakers:

Shaykh Tauqir Ishaq, Sufi Scholar and CEO of Hijaz College

Asim Siddiqui, City Circle

Sajjad Khan, Hizb ut-Tahrir, Britain.

Inayat Bunglawala, Muslim Council of Britain.

Chair: Matthew Taylor, Former Political Advisor and Chief Executive of the RSA



Where should Muslims stand on free speech? Are they too sensitive to criticism? Or are they simply opposing what they see as the desecration of their revered personalities? How do Muslims explain to essentially secular societies their sense of the sacred? How is it possible to reconcile these two principles - the love for free speech and the respect for religion? Should Muslim books deemed offensive to people of other faiths also be banned? Who should decide? Should Muslim groups oppose free speech at a time when some are having their own free speech threatened under anti-terror legislation? Does the recent controversy surrounding comments made by Russell Brand and Jonathan Ross show that ultimately it is public opinion that determines what is acceptable speech?



Join us for a lively debate and discussion between some of the leading personalities within Britain’s Muslim community.



For more information and ticket reservation visit http://www.dialoguewithislam.org/





4. TRAINING WORKSHOP ON BEING EFFECTIVE GOVERNORS

Date: Monday 15th December 2008

Time: 7pm - 9pm

Venue: Froud Centre, Romford Road, London E12 5JF



The best performing state schools tend to have a good Governing body which in turn means they have highly effective School governors. This workshop inshallah will look at the habits of effective governors and using examples to support the cases.

All welcome including non School Governors and free entrance but spaces are limit and entrance via bookings only.



For more information please contact:

Telephone: 0845 652 4016



Website: www.muslimgovernors.org





***NOTICES***



1. “A winning deal from 5.49%, and the chance to win even more!”



Assalamu Alaikum



Islamic Bank of Britain is delighted to announce another first, with the launch of a range of competitive offers for its Home Purchase Plan (HPP), with rental rates starting from 5.49%.



Aimed at customers who are looking to refinance, the rental rate of 5.49% discounted until the end of March 2010*, compares favourably with ‘conventional’ mortgages, further dispelling the myth that Sharia’a compliant finance is always more expensive than that on offer from conventional high street banks.



In addition to great rates, IBB is offering, for a limited period:



• Free valuation and assistance with legal fees (up to £800 towards customer fees and £400 towards Bank fees) on the fees assisted option

• The chance to win your rental payments paid by the Bank for a year**



Due to the competitive price of this offer, this is strictly limited and may be withdrawn at any time.



Apply now before we close the door on this fantastic offer!



• Apply online at www.islamic-bank.com;

• Call our HPP Hotline free on 0800 4087 786; or





NB – please do not reply to this email address as responses are not monitored and you will not receive a reply. If you do wish to send us



Note: 5.49% rent rate is available for re-financing deals only, up to a maximum FTV (Finance To Value) of 70%. For new purchases the current rate is 5.49%, with a maximum FTV of 80%. There is a one-off administration fee of £299 on both products. Minimum £70,000, maximum £750,000 finance. Income from up to four people can be taken into account when assessing an application. The four people must be owner-occupiers of the property being financed. Islamic Bank of Britain plc uses an affordability criteria in which a customer’s income and expenditure are assessed.



*The margin of the rental rate is fixed at Base Rate plus 1.49% until 31st March 2010, subject to a minimum rate of 5.49%, after which the margin reverts to Base Rate plus 1.79%, subject to a minimum rate of 5.49%. Rental rates are reviewed twice per year, in March and September. Finance is subject to status. Terms and Conditions apply.



** Finance must be drawn down before 31st March 2009. Islamic Bank of Britain plc reserves the right to extend this deadline. Terms and Conditions apply to the Prize Draw. For further details please contact a member of staff or call us on 0800 4087 786 for details.





2. Tony Blair Faith Foundation - Faiths Act Fellowship Programme



The purpose of the Faiths Act programme is to provide an opportunity for diverse people of faith to campaign together for the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Its goal is to increase the contribution of the different faith communities to the realisation of the MDGs before 2015. The Foundation has identified the improvement of integrated health care systems, particularly halting and reversing the spread of malaria, as an immediate priority for this programme.



Young people of faith have a particular role to play in this vision. As change-makers for future generations, they are able to establish new forms of inter-faith collaboration placing a committed concern for the poorest at the heart of a renewed dialogue of life and action. For this reason the Foundation is starting a Fellows Programme in 2009 led by the Chicago-based Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC) for 18-25 year olds and initially seeking candidates drawn from the US, UK, and Canada.



The programme will begin with induction first in London lasting two weeks beginning on 3 August: advanced training with a wide variety of inputs then an educational exposure trip in groups of ten to either Malawi, Tanzania or Mali for three to four weeks. The Africa-based immersion will focus on developing an understanding of health care in Africa, the role of faith communities and the inter-connectedness of the eight different MDGs. Both in London and Africa future ambassadors will have opportunities to explore the social and cultural life around them and particularly to interact with local faith communities. On return they will receive further preparatory training in Chicago to equip them to perform effectively in their chosen projects. Autumn/Winter 2009 and Spring 2010 will find them working in their local faith communities as interfaith pairs linked by skype to IFYC in Chicago. Specific targets will be set for numbers mobilised, presentations, workshops, fundraising during this period, and these targets monitored throughout the period.



Closing Date for Applications 15 January. Application Forms are available on www.tonyblairfaithfoundation.org and www.faithsactfellows.org.





3. I am looking for an Economics tutor for my sister. It would be preferable if the tutor is female and is able to teach at the family home in Seven Kings or at her University site in London. Timings are very flexible and pay can be discussed. It would probably be for a few months until April or the Summer next year. The tutor should have experience in degree level economics but a formal teaching qualification is not necessary. Please call farah on 07946 590913 if interested.




4. Female Quranic Arabic teacher sought for Private Tuition - London E17

Sister sought to simultaeneously teach two five year olds Quran and Surahs a couple of evenings a week. Sister must be willing to travel to my home in Walthamstow E17. She must be able to communicate effectively in English, have experience of working with children and be able to recite the Quran with correct Tajweed. Please contact Sister Nasim on 07930 431391.




5. Learn Quran Tajweed on-line: one-to-one tutor.

Qualified Imam looking for part time work. Based in Eqypt. Speaks English. Hafiz of whole Quran. Ideal for children. Highly recommended. Please Hossam at hossamor Hourly rate negotiable.





***EMPLOYMENT***



1. We are now recruiting for a new Senior Researcher Sustainable Markets Groups to coordinate the Small Producer Agency on the Globalized Market Knowledge Programme - a three-year partnership with HIVOS. It is a full-time, permanent position. The post holder will work closely with the Natural Resources Group, Communications and other colleagues given the nature of the job and the Programme.



We are looking for someone able to stimulate interest, involvement and action at various levels, communicate effectively to different audiences, and take direct responsibility for producing outputs.



The deadline for sending the applications in is Friday 12 December 2009. Interviews in early January; full details available at: http://www.iied.org/general/jobs/senior-researcher-sustainable-markets





***ACCOMMODATION****



1. ROOM TO LET IN STOKE NEWINGTON - 30 MINS FROM HOLBORN, 20 MINS FROM THE CITY

£500 pcm and share of bills



We are a young Bangladeshi Muslim couple looking for a tenant to rent a large fully furnished double room from us in a four bedroom Victorian house - with good transport connections. The house is in very good condition and has recently been completely refurbished - benefiting from a large fitted kitchen, through lounge, two full bathrooms and patio garden.

We are a quiet couple (Lawyer & Psychotherapist) looking for a Muslim tenant who is friendly, quiet and tidy - essentially someone like ourselves. We would also prefer a non-smoker. Couples will be considered.

The room will be available from the end of January 2009 and we are presently seeking expressions of interest.

Please call 07932 648 445.





2. Double room to rent in modern spacious house in Preston Road (metropolitan line). Four minute walk to the tube station, fifteen minutes to Baker Street. Share kitchen / dining and living room with two other Muslim females. The rent is £370 per month (exc bills). Would suit a professional or postgraduate

Call Rabia on 07957 544967.



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.com Saturday 6th December 2008 Edition 341/2008
Front Page Saudi Arabia News

Saudi security high as two million pilgrims join hajj



Saudi Arabia has mobilised a force of 100 000 men to protect an estimated two million Muslim pilgrims flocking to Mecca for the annual hajj, amid fears of attack or deadly...


Saudi stocks trim their losses
(MENAFN - Arab News) The Saudi stock market last week trimmed its losses incurred over the past weeks mainly in response to remarks by Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah that the Saudi...


Saudi Arabia- Pilgrims assemble in Mina today
(MENAFN - Arab News) More than 2.5 million pilgrims, including 1.7 million from abroad, will assemble in the tent city of Mina today at the start of this year's annual pilgrimage. Thousands of...


Saudi King and Mubarak launch two passenger ferries
(MENAFN - Arab News) Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah and Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak yesterday launched two high-speed passenger ferries to operate between the Dhuba and Safaga...


Walesa honors Saudi king for pushing inter-faith dialogue
Gdansk - The former leader of Poland's Solidarity trade union Lech Walesa on Saturday presented the first Lech Walesa Prize to Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah for his contribution towards inter- faith...


Haj begins in Saudi Arabia
The Muslim world’s annual Haj, or pilgrimage to Mecca, has begun. Some two million people have gathered to celebrate Islam’s greatest annual spiritual moment, and the Saudi Arabian...


Sudanese President arrives in Jeddah
Jeddah, Dec 6, SPA -- Sudanese President Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Basheer arrived here today to perform Hajj rituals. He was welcomed at King Abdulaziz International Airport by Prince Mishal bin Majed...


Mecca redevelopment plan stirs controversy
DUBAI -- As millions of Muslims embark on the hajj pilgrimage to Mecca tomorrow, plans for a multibillion-dollar redevelopment of Islam's holiest site are stirring outrage in Saudi Arabia.The plans -...


3 million Muslims in Mecca for pilgrimage
Draped in white robes to symbolize purity and the equality of mankind under God, nearly 3 million Muslims from all over the world gathered Friday in Mecca, on the eve of the start of the annual hajj...


Red Sea ferry launch precedes Egypt-Saudi talks
FERRY LAUNCH: The two ferries will ply the same route as an Egyptian vessel that sank two years ago with the loss of 1,000 lives. (Getty Images - Picture for illustrative purposes..

UGANDANS COMMUNITYCANADA. NORTH AMERICA. said...

The Middle East's Leading English Language Daily

06/12/2008


Hello, Majid Alemi Junior,& Family. in bc. vancouver, western canada.

kadara kursum is suggesting the following article from http://www.arabnews.com:
What it means to be a Muslim in Europe
Iman Kurdi

As Haj gets under way in Saudi Arabia, I found myself wondering how my experience of being a Muslim in Europe has changed over the last few years..
For a start I find there is much greater awareness of Islam. Whether it is Haj or Ramadan, fasting or praying five times a day facing Makkah, there is now a general awareness of the fundamentals of Islam. Whereas in my undergraduate days in London I was often greeted by either hostility or sarcasm when I announced I did not drink, today's students are more tolerant, respectful and knowledgeable of other faiths. The same trend is true with the population at large, up to a point.
I have also noted a change in how people respond to my name. Whereas once upon a time presenting myself as "Iman" was greeted with baffled looks and questions to confirm that I was indeed a foreigner, the most common reaction nowadays is to compliment me on having such a beautiful name. I have even met two women this year who told me they wanted to name their daughters Iman. One was a Norwegian writer, the other a French post woman.
And yet, on the whole, it is clear that anti-Muslim sentiment is on the rise. This can be seen in opinion surveys, for instance the latest Pew Global Attitudes report which found that both anti-Semitism and negative opinions toward Muslims were on the rise in Europe, with unfavorable opinions toward Muslims becoming more pronounced that those toward Jews.
It is certainly a common perception among Muslims living in Europe. We do feel increasingly on the defensive, increasingly worried that we may be discriminated against, attacked or insulted because of our faith. I notice it the most whenever I have to deal with authorities. When clearing airport security, when renewing or applying for new documents, when passing through a police checkpoint or customs, in all these instances I tense up a little, a shadow of worry comes over me, even though I have nothing to worry about. And the question is, if I feel this way, how must young Muslim men feel? For I am a woman over thirty. I also do not wear the hijab. Unless you ask you or me see my passport, you won't necessarily know I am Arab or Muslim just by looking at me.
The latest terrorist atrocity in Mumbai has highlighted yet again the hijacking of the name of Islam by a group of ignorant cold-blooded murderers who have the gall of shouting Allahu Akbar as they take innocent lives. It makes me want to scream, "I am a Muslim but I am not a terrorist". This sentence should be unnecessary but the reality is that since the events of Sept. 11, 2001 catapulted Al-Qaeda to the forefront of Western consciousness it has come into existence. I do not wear it on a T-shirt, nor do I verbalize it, but it is there, a constant presence in my life.
I concede that most people do not generalize. They understand that terrorists are a minority, but that does not erase the trace of doubt and suspicion. This is all too clear in Britain where the profiles of recently convicted terrorists have been those of Muslims born in Britain who did not, on the face of it, look like fanatics who could blow themselves up in the middle of a crowd. That's the thing about these terrorists. They look like you and me. The only common denominator is that they are Muslim.
Even if we are not labeled terrorists, there is a whole list of traits that have come to be associated with Islam. There is a perception that Muslims are intolerant, easily offended, prone to overreactions, insular and yes, violent. The roots of this perception can be easily traced, whether it is the terrorists in Mumbai, the pirates in Somalia, the death threats issued against cartoonists, the burning of effigies or quite simply the existence of cheering crowds on some Internet forums when terrorist atrocities are committed.
What has also been much commented on is the lack of positive Muslim role models. We rarely see Muslims making the news or starring in films unless they are terrorists. Really? In France last year, who was voted the most popular Frenchman? Answer: Zinedine Zidane. What I find interesting is that European-born Muslims who make it to the top of the popularity ladder are automatically attached the label 'non-practicing" Muslim. Or put another way, they are seen as Muslims who have shed the ways of their parents and adopted a European way of life.
On Thursday, the European Court of Human Rights upheld the legality of a French school expelling two students in 1999 because they refused to remove their hijab for a sports lesson. The girls had petitioned the court on the grounds that Article 9 of the European Convention of Human Rights asserted them the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion and that this included the right to manifest their religion. In their ruling the judges state that Article 9 of the convention was not violated as the girls were expelled not because of their faith but because they did not abide by the rules and regulations of the school. In other words, they were not expelled for who they were - Muslim girls - but for how they behaved - Muslim girls who refused to adopt Western dress.
Perhaps what we are seeing is an increasing belief that Muslims are welcome to live in Europe so long as they abide by the rules and that the rules go further than simply being law-abiding citizens but encompass being fully paid up members of civilized modern European society. To my mind civilized modern European society is not incompatible with being a civilized modern Muslim, but clearly there are many who do think the two are incompatible, and they come from both sides of the fence.

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Hello, Majid Alemi Junior,& Family. in bc. vancouver, western canada.

kadara kursum is suggesting the following article from http://www.arabnews.com:
What it means to be a Muslim in Europe
Iman Kurdi

As Haj gets under way in Saudi Arabia, I found myself wondering how my experience of being a Muslim in Europe has changed over the last few years..
For a start I find there is much greater awareness of Islam. Whether it is Haj or Ramadan, fasting or praying five times a day facing Makkah, there is now a general awareness of the fundamentals of Islam. Whereas in my undergraduate days in London I was often greeted by either hostility or sarcasm when I announced I did not drink, today's students are more tolerant, respectful and knowledgeable of other faiths. The same trend is true with the population at large, up to a point.
I have also noted a change in how people respond to my name. Whereas once upon a time presenting myself as "Iman" was greeted with baffled looks and questions to confirm that I was indeed a foreigner, the most common reaction nowadays is to compliment me on having such a beautiful name. I have even met two women this year who told me they wanted to name their daughters Iman. One was a Norwegian writer, the other a French post woman.
And yet, on the whole, it is clear that anti-Muslim sentiment is on the rise. This can be seen in opinion surveys, for instance the latest Pew Global Attitudes report which found that both anti-Semitism and negative opinions toward Muslims were on the rise in Europe, with unfavorable opinions toward Muslims becoming more pronounced that those toward Jews.
It is certainly a common perception among Muslims living in Europe. We do feel increasingly on the defensive, increasingly worried that we may be discriminated against, attacked or insulted because of our faith. I notice it the most whenever I have to deal with authorities. When clearing airport security, when renewing or applying for new documents, when passing through a police checkpoint or customs, in all these instances I tense up a little, a shadow of worry comes over me, even though I have nothing to worry about. And the question is, if I feel this way, how must young Muslim men feel? For I am a woman over thirty. I also do not wear the hijab. Unless you ask you or me see my passport, you won't necessarily know I am Arab or Muslim just by looking at me.
The latest terrorist atrocity in Mumbai has highlighted yet again the hijacking of the name of Islam by a group of ignorant cold-blooded murderers who have the gall of shouting Allahu Akbar as they take innocent lives. It makes me want to scream, "I am a Muslim but I am not a terrorist". This sentence should be unnecessary but the reality is that since the events of Sept. 11, 2001 catapulted Al-Qaeda to the forefront of Western consciousness it has come into existence. I do not wear it on a T-shirt, nor do I verbalize it, but it is there, a constant presence in my life.
I concede that most people do not generalize. They understand that terrorists are a minority, but that does not erase the trace of doubt and suspicion. This is all too clear in Britain where the profiles of recently convicted terrorists have been those of Muslims born in Britain who did not, on the face of it, look like fanatics who could blow themselves up in the middle of a crowd. That's the thing about these terrorists. They look like you and me. The only common denominator is that they are Muslim.
Even if we are not labeled terrorists, there is a whole list of traits that have come to be associated with Islam. There is a perception that Muslims are intolerant, easily offended, prone to overreactions, insular and yes, violent. The roots of this perception can be easily traced, whether it is the terrorists in Mumbai, the pirates in Somalia, the death threats issued against cartoonists, the burning of effigies or quite simply the existence of cheering crowds on some Internet forums when terrorist atrocities are committed.
What has also been much commented on is the lack of positive Muslim role models. We rarely see Muslims making the news or starring in films unless they are terrorists. Really? In France last year, who was voted the most popular Frenchman? Answer: Zinedine Zidane. What I find interesting is that European-born Muslims who make it to the top of the popularity ladder are automatically attached the label 'non-practicing" Muslim. Or put another way, they are seen as Muslims who have shed the ways of their parents and adopted a European way of life.
On Thursday, the European Court of Human Rights upheld the legality of a French school expelling two students in 1999 because they refused to remove their hijab for a sports lesson. The girls had petitioned the court on the grounds that Article 9 of the European Convention of Human Rights asserted them the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion and that this included the right to manifest their religion. In their ruling the judges state that Article 9 of the convention was not violated as the girls were expelled not because of their faith but because they did not abide by the rules and regulations of the school. In other words, they were not expelled for who they were - Muslim girls - but for how they behaved - Muslim girls who refused to adopt Western dress.
Perhaps what we are seeing is an increasing belief that Muslims are welcome to live in Europe so long as they abide by the rules and that the rules go further than simply being law-abiding citizens but encompass being fully paid up members of civilized modern European society. To my mind civilized modern European society is not incompatible with being a civilized modern Muslim, but clearly there are many who do think the two are incompatible, and they come from both sides of the fence.

UGANDANS COMMUNITYCANADA. NORTH AMERICA. said...

Muslim leaders should reconcile
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Muslims world-wide today, celebrate Eid al-Adha which marks the end of the Islamic calendar.
This is an important day for the Muslims. Eid al-Adha or Feast of Sacrifice is the most important feast on the Muslim calendar. It concludes the Pilgrimage to Mecca.

Unfortunately, Eid al-Adha is being celebrated at a time when the Muslim Community in Uganda is facing serious challenges characterised by a major split within the community.

A section of the community is demanding the removal of the Mufti, Sheik Shaban Mubajje, the chief executive of the Uganda Muslim Supreme Council.

The section argues that Mubajje is no longer fit to lead the Muslims because of the way he sold off some of the property belonging to the UMSC.

Although the Mufti was cleared on charges of fraudulent disposal of the property, the court raised questions about his integrity.

The court observed that the Mufti repeatedly lied to the Muslims that the properties had not been sold and stated that this was a very serious matter that touched on Mubajje’s moral values as a leader of a big religious community.

It is not good for the Muslims opposed to Sheik Mubajje to establish a parallel Mufti as they plan to do. It will be a return to the past when the country had parallel Muslim leaders – one based at the Old Kampala and another at Kibuli.

Recall the serious embarrassment the Muslim Community suffered when two rival Muslim leaders literally wrestled over a microphone at a national event at Kololo.

Muslim leaders need to come together and find a solution to the current impasse. Mubajje’s recent announcement to the effect that he will step down within next two years was encouraging.

Nevertheless, it is desirable that Sheik Mubajje step down immediately for the sake of harmony and unity of the Muslim Community and in view of the fact that his integrity has been put into question.

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NEWSPAPER SALES FALL AS GROUPS CUT COSTS
By Ben Fenton, Chief Media CorrespondentPublished: December 5 2008 13:13 | Last
updated: December 5 2008 13:13
The dramas in the world’s financial system helped UK newspapers maintain
sales between October and November, figures released on Friday showed.
But most titles were showing worrying signs of continuing year-on-year decline.
While the drop from one month to another was only 0.2 per cent across the gamut
of national daily newspaper sales, the comparison between average sales in the
six months to November 2007 and the same period this year showed a total fall of
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By David Muwanga

UGANDA is to benefit from a $77b (sh150.1b) fund pledged by the World Bank to support African countries to minimise the impact of the global financial crisis.

“The crisis is undermining progress made by Africa over the last 10 years as an attractive destination for private capital and exacerbates the impact of the sharp increase in food prices and volatility in the oil markets,” the World Bank’s vice-president for Africa, Obiagelli Ezekwesili, said.

The crisis has triggered quick depreciation of currencies and major declines in stock market prices with foreign investors in securities and equities selling off large shares of their African holdings.

“The bank’s staff in Africa should scale up activities aimed at identifying needs client countries arising from the global financial crisis, review bank programmes and projects and determine additional bank response,” Ezekwesili said.

“We must determine what we have to do differently on a needs basis to support any request by African countries. The bank teams are expected to report country needs associated with the financial crisis over the next few years,” he explained in a recent statement.

“Through the International Development Association (IDA) and donor contributions of $42b over the next three years, the World Bank is working with the world’s poorest countries to accelerate needed support,” Ezekwesili said.

Lending from the World Bank Group’s International Bank for Reconstruction and Development is also expected to triple to more than $35b.

“The impact of the crisis and recession on Africa will slow down private capital flows. Already, Ghana and Kenya have postponed sovereign bond issues worth about $800m,” the bank’s chief economist for Africa, Shanta Devarajan, said.

He said remittances worth about $15b a year to Africa and foreign aid were likely to be affected.

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Galal Fakkar | Arab News

JEDDAH: A number of Saudi businessmen have expressed their sorrow over the death of Wahib Binzagr, a leading businessman and economist, saying his demise was a big loss for the Kingdom's cultural and business circles.
Abdul Khaliq Saeed, a prominent Jeddah businessman, praised the late businessman's farsightedness and management capabilities. He expressed his deep sorrow over the loss of a close friend.
Binzagr died in Brazil on Wednesday after a long illness. He was 75. Born into a Jeddah family of merchants, Binzagr took his education in Cairo and Britain where he obtained a master's degree in economics in 1957. He studied at the prestigious Victoria College in Alexandria. He later went to the British University of Durham.
Abdullah Marei Binmahfouz, deputy chairman of the Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI), said the death of Binzagr would create a big gap for young businessmen and women who have gained a lot from his vast experience.
"Wahib Binzagr has contributed to strengthening the Kingdom's economic sector," said Binmahfouz. "He held several important positions, including the posts of Jeddah mayor and chairman of Saudi Cairo Bank and many other companies and groups, including Sidk."
Mahmoud Fakhri also lamented the death of Binzagr, saying the business community in downtown Jeddah lost a big friend by his death.
"He visited his office in Balad almost every day," he said. "He did not move his office to other areas like other businessmen."
Fakhri said Binzagr maintained his friendly relations with businessmen and business families, especially those who lived in the Balad area, which houses most of the old business families in Jeddah, and was once the Kingdom's business center.
Mustafa Sabri, secretary-general of the JCCI, said Binzagr had a lot of fans in Jeddah.
"I remember a huge number of people, including senior and young businessmen, came to attend a lecture by Binzagr at the chamber last year," he said.

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Internet turns 20
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GENEVA: The World Wide Web yesterday marked its 20th anniversary, and one of its founders admitted there are bits of the phenomenon he does not like.
The creation of the Web by British computer software genius Tim Berners-Lee and other scientists at the European particle physics laboratory (CERN) paved the way for the Internet explosion which has changed our daily lives.
Berners-Lee and CERN colleagues such as Robert Caillau, who originally set up the system to allow thousands of scientists around the world to stay in touch, took part in yesterday’s commemorations at the laboratory.
In March 1989, the young Berners-Lee handed his supervisor in Geneva a document entitled “Information Management: A Proposal.”
The supervisor described it as “vague, but exciting” and later gave it the go-ahead, according to CERN.
“It was really in the air, something that had to happen sooner or later,” said former CERN systems engineer Caillau, who teamed up with Berners-Lee.
They drew up the global hypertext language — which is behind the “http” on website addresses — and came up with the first Web browser in October 1990, which looks remarkably similar to the ones we use today. “Everything that people talk about today, blogs and so on, that’s what we were doing in 1990, there’s no difference. That’s how we started,” Caillau told Swiss radio RSR.
The WWW technology was first made available for wider use on the Internet from 1991 after CERN was unable to ensure its development, and the organization made a landmark decision two years later not to levy royalties.
Caillau still marvels at developments like Wikipedia that allow knowledge to be exchanged openly around the Web, but never imagined that search engines would take on the importance they have now.
“A search engine is very centralized ... while the Web is totally decentralized, I couldn’t have predicted the things that it does,” he said.
But the commercial development of the Web still irritates some of the founders.
“There are some things I don’t like at all, such as the fact that people have to live off advertising,” said Caillau, who preferred the idea of direct “micro payments” to information providers.
“And there’s the big problem of identity, of course, the trust between the person who is consulting and the person who provides the page, as well as the protection of children,” he added.
Berners-Lee, now a researcher at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the United States and a university professor in Southampton, Britain, still heads the World Wide Web Consortium that coordinates development of the Web.

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UN poverty goals key as credit crisis hits poor

DAR ES SALAAM - The UN’s Millennium Development Goals was an ambitious agenda for reducing global poverty from the day it was endorsed in 2000, critics say, and may now appear unrealistic as the world grapples with the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression.

Not true, says the UN’s deputy secretary-general, Asha-Rosa Migiro. If anything, the goals, which include halving global poverty by 2015, have become more important to protect the world’s poor from the effects of the global crisis, Migiro observed.

So far, no country in Africa is on track to reach all of the MDGs on health, education, poverty eradication, human rights, equality and the environment.

“The MDGs were supposed to have a focused roadmap towards achieving sustainable development and they shouldn’t be reset,” Migiro said in an interview.

“If anything, they need to be reaffirmed, re-emphasised, because this is a time of crisis and at a time of crisis there really is a risk of people starting to reprioritise.”

She said governments needed to have as their vision MDG-based plans and strategies, which would help to mobilise resources.

“Those resources from rich donor nations will be critical to preserving more than a decade of socio-economic gains in Africa where countries are already hard hit by the global economic slowdown affecting demand for their goods.”

“The question arising now is, are we likely to get those resources especially for Africa which depends to a large extent on donor support?” said Migiro, who has called on industrial nations to honour repeated promises of increased aid to Africa.

Her call comes as Group of 20 leaders from developed and developing countries prepare to meet in London on April 2 to discuss responses to the global financial crisis.

The crisis has pushed industrial economies – which are the world’s biggest aid givers – into recession and significantly slowed growth in emerging market countries like China and India.

UN secretary-general Ban Ki-moon is expected to press countries not to forget the needs of Africa and to increase resources for the International Monetary Fund, which as the world’s lender of last resort, is at the frontlines of aiding countries in trouble.

But Migiro said Africa also needs to play its part by putting its house in order, which not only means becoming more accountable to its people but also cutting wasteful spending in its budgets to make more room for investment in health and education.

“They have to reposition themselves and their economies,” she said, adding: “Some countries are not making good use of the little that they have.”

Reuters


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