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Michael Jackson becomes Muslim and reverts back to Islam

Michael Jackson becomes Muslim and reverts back to Islam

Written by on November 21, 2008 in Panchaat with 12 Comments

25/06/2009 MICHAEL JACKSON PASSED AWAY – for more info 27/06/2009 Alot of things are not adding up. The biggest being that if he was muslim then why is he not buried yet. There is a probability that Michael Jackson could be muslim. His brother Jermaine in statement mentioned at the end “May Allah be with […]

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Obama bitter sweet victory – as his Nanima – maternal grandmother passes away

Obama bitter sweet victory – as his Nanima – maternal grandmother passes away

Written by on November 4, 2008 in Panchaat with 0 Comments

The first black African American president vs the first woman vice president or first woman president. History in the making. The winner will have lots of work to do especially regarding the recent economic crisis. Barack Obama, with wife Michelle and daughters Malia Anna and Natasha Obama – rolling up his sleeves The final round […]

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For Thabo’s Sake

For Thabo’s Sake

Written by on September 25, 2008 in Panchaat with 0 Comments

FOR THABO’S SAKE: By accident I heard about the Thabo drama last week Friday whileI was driving and waiting for the traffic report. The past weeks felt like I was living happiliy in a cave under a rock. I didn’t watch or hear the news. Although I am on the internet all the time I […]

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Why are all my Muslim colleagues acting so weird?

Why are all my Muslim colleagues acting so weird?

Written by on September 22, 2008 in Panchaat with 0 Comments

Are your Muslim colleagues and employees acting a little weird the past 20 days? Every time you pass their pc, you find them staring at the Nando’s homepage. When you open your packet of slap chips, you can see how liss the person is because is literally drowning is in his own drool. Every minute […]

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NANIMA COMPETITIONS

NANIMA COMPETITIONS

Written by on September 8, 2008 in Newsletter, Panchaat with 0 Comments

SAFFRON TALK – ONLINE DATING INTERVIEW- NANIMA’S MASK REMOVED Nanima was finally exposed and the mask removed. With all the makeup I am not sure if they put a mask on me. Nanima.co.za co founder was interviewed yesterday on SAFFRON TALK on DSTV 456. I was very surprised as I thought it was going to […]

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Guidance for all mankind

Written by on September 5, 2008 in Panchaat with 3 Comments

The past month, I have heard mixed viewpoints regarding reading the Quran in english. Many scholars have agreed that the Quran is in Arabic and no translation in any language will come close to it. The best prize would be to learn Arabic. Most of us are past our learning sell by date, so although […]

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LENASIA SKOP, SKIET RADIO DRAMA

LENASIA SKOP, SKIET RADIO DRAMA

Written by on August 30, 2008 in Panchaat with 0 Comments

My little one was speaking to her nanima on Friday. In the background I heard commotion on the radio station my mother was listening to. I asked what’s happening, she said she doesn’t know. I switched on to the Radio Islam broadcast. I have never heard someone so excited, nervous, out of breath, confused, pumping […]

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Where’s Wally?

Where’s Wally?

Written by on August 21, 2008 in Panchaat with 0 Comments

I have never seen so many grown man squirm in my life, like when we watched Wally’s open heart operation on TV. I hope he is doing well and not overindulging on the free Nandos. As Wally opened his heart to us, I am sure it was a real eye opener to all of us […]

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Excess baggage

Excess baggage

Written by on July 12, 2008 in Panchaat with 0 Comments

A few weeks ago, my mother and her sisters were lucky enough to get air tickets to Europe fully paid. Destination London: to make mulaakaat/visit with all the family in that part of the world. They were flying to Germany and from there with Al Cheapo Air were going to London. The message I was […]

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BEAT THE PRICE

BEAT THE PRICE

Written by on June 8, 2008 in Panchaat with 0 Comments

A few weekends ago we needed to buy a gift urgently. As procrastinators go, at the 11th hour we decided to go and buy it. They told us they didn’t have the product in the shop but only at their warehouse. We asked if the warehouse would be open. The salesman, hungry for a sale, […]

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