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Cheikh Ahmadou Bamba Day, August 09, 2011

The day has come again, to celebrate Cheikh Ahmadou Bamba Mbacke day in Raleigh. We will start the event with an exposition on Life and Legacy of the Cheikh at the Raleigh Convention Center and hold a conference in the evening, click on the read article for more details.

 

A slave and scholar, Omar Ibn Said led an exceptional life


Omar Ibn Said spent much of his life as a slave on a Bladen County plantation, but some claimed he was reared as a Muslim prince in Africa.

The deeply religious man lived a life of celebrity, the subject of national newspaper and magazine stories despite his lowly status in the antebellum South.

Said (who last name also is spelled Sayyid, Saeed and Sa'id) is believed to have come to the United States in 1807, shortly before the foreign slave trade ceased.

SHAYKH ABDU QADR MBACKE FOURTH CALIPH OF MURIDIYYA (1914-1989)

At the evocation of Shaykh Abdul Qadr Mbacke, the forth caliph of Murids from 1989 to 1990 a shared sense stands: bitterness. The Murid community cannot depart from the feeling, conviction that it has been deprived too soon of a foster father so generous in favours, and benefits of all kinds.

The City of Raleigh, NC has proclaimed August 9 as Sheikh Ahmadou Bamba Day.

 

US Embassy on the Behalf of Secretary of State Hillarry Clinton presented its condoleances to the new Caliph General

Ms. Marcia Bernicat, U.S. Ambassador to Senegal Touba was Thursday, July 29, 2010 to offer condolences to the Caliph General Sheikh Sidi Mukhtar Mourides MBACKE. Ms. Ambassador and his delegation were welcomed at the entrance to the city on behalf of Caliph Serigne Cheikh Thioro by MBACKE and Serigne Bassirou Thioro MBACKE, then headed to the residence of the Caliph in the neighborhood "Gouye Mbinda"

Visit of Serigne Mame Mor Mbacke 2010

Serigne Mame Mor MBacke will be in Raleigh from  August 8 until August 10, 2010. Sheikh Ahmadou Bamba day will be celebrated on Monday  August 9.

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Magal of Daroul Khoudoss 2010, 01/05/2010, Raleigh, NC

 

The celebration of the Magal Darou Khoudoss will be on Tuesday 05 janvier 2010 at Keur Serigne Touba Raleigh, NC. Cheikhoul Khadim has left this world in 1927 when it was his first Caliph Sheikh Mouhamadou Moustapha undertaken to perpetuate the colossal work undertaken by his father.

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Remembering Serigne Modou Astou Mbacke

 

The late Serigne Modou Astou Mbacke was born in 1908 in Mbacke Baol, and returned to Allah (SWT) in December 16th 2008. He was the eldest son of Serigne Mor Sokhna Mabcke the eldest son of Serigne Mame Mor Diarra Mbacke (Elder brother of the Greatest). Serigne Modou Astou studied the Quran at: Daaru Halim Al Kabir in “Ndame” under the supervision of Serigne Abdou Rahman Lo, maternal uncle of his father (Serigne Mor Sokhna Mbacke).

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The US Ambassador’s visit to Touba, Senegal

 

History repeats itself as they often say. From Serigne Mourtada’s relationship with David Norman Dinkins, a former politician from New York City who was the Mayor of NYC from 1990 through 1993 and the first African American to hold that office. It’s now Serigne Mame Mor’s turn with Madam Marcia Bernicat, the United States Ambassador to Senegal. On Wednesday, December 16, 2009, Madam Ambassador, together with her family

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Magal of Serigne Abdul Qadr 2009: Murids Commemorate Their Favorite Imam, December 20th

 



The feeling that is mostly shared among the Senegalese Islamic Community about the caliphate of Sheikh Abdoul Khadre Mbacke is its short lasting. He lived for only eleven months as the fourth caliph of Sheikh Ahmadou Bamba. To date, it is still hard for the Murid community to get over the fact that they were weaned from this “prodigal feeder” of benefits and profits of many kinds much earlier than one could ever imagine. First of all, Sheikh Abdoul Khadre was born on a Friday night in 1914 in Daroul Alim (Alimoun Khabir) where the Al Azhar Touba (Ndam) University is symbolically built today.

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