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Ummu Zavaya Mosque organises welcome ceremony for Sheikh Mohamed Abdulla Al Fassy


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By Ruzaik Faook 

The Board of Management of the Ummu Zavaya Mosque Colombo 12 has organised a welcome ceremony for Sheikh Mohamed Abdulla Al Fassy bin Sheikh Ajward Abdulla Al Fassy Sheik Ush Sujjadah from Saudi Arabia at the Ummu Zavaya Mosque premises on Sunday 10 September at 5:30 p.m. It will be held under the patronage of Ummu Zavaya Chief Imam Khaleefathul Khulafah Al Haj J. Abdul Hameed Bahji. Chairman of the Board of Trustees Deshabandu Macky Hashim, Trustees of the Zaviyas and Mosque, Kaleefas, Muqqadams and Ikwans will grace the ceremony. 

 


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