An Islamic lecture with Ustd. Menachem Ali (a Moslem scholar from Airlangga University – Indonesia) at Saturday, June 1st, 2019 in CICC. Lecture topic: “Ibadah Shaum within Samawi Religion: a perspective of the Islamic truth of rahmatan lil’alamin” The lecture is given in Indonesia Language. Supported by: Chiba Islamic Cultural Center, Pengajian Muslimah Chiba, & KMII-Jepang
InsyaAllah On Dec 1st, 2018 for those Indonesian & Malaysian brothers and sisters are welcomed to Safari Dakwah with Ust. Bendri Jaisyurrahman (Mubaligh Interviewee “Islam Itu Indah” TransTV – Indonesia). Seminar topic is “strategies for caring for and fostering children’s faith in Japan” narrated with Indonesian language. jzk
Alhamdulillah CICC in collaboration with PMC (Pengajian Muslimah Chiba), through the assistance of Sister Septiani M Setyowati & Brother Agung Mangilep has donated donations to help victims of natural disasters (Earthquake & Tsunami) in Donggala (Palu) Indonesia. Donations has been spread through some area: Walhi (Wahana Lingkungan Hidup) Sulawesi selatan, ACT makasar, RSWH Makasar, RS Read more about Donation for Palu (Donggala) – Indonesia November 2018[…]
Chiba Islamic Cultural Center (CICC) was the first building purchased and reformed as a Islamic Information and Da’wah Center in Chiba City, Japan. It contains 5 floors that compose Nishi Chiba Masjid as an Islamic house of worship for both men and women; CICC office and seminar room; Halal shop and restaurant with Islamic library. Nishi-Chiba is located on the west side of Chiba City which is located between Tokyo and Narita International airport. Nearest station is JR Nishi-Chiba station located at about 30 seconds from CICC on foot. The current population of Muslims around Chiba City only is estimated to be more than 140 people. One of the main reasons for this is due to the scholarship and study opportunities provided by the Japanese government and collaborations with foreign universities from Indonesia, Malaysia, China, Bangladesh, Egypt, and many other countries, which encourage foreign students to study in Japan. There are also some Muslims from foreign countries who come here for work or training programs. Additionally, mixed marriage between Muslims and Japanese also contributes to the Muslim population growth in Chiba.
Nishi-Chiba Masjid, under the care of CICC, is currently accepting donations.