2011 MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS: ELECTION PLEDGE 13 April 2011

It has been sad for many Muslim women to see other women voting and they prevented to vote by  religious restrictions some by their husbands. A separate que for women who choose this will open the doors for all in the Muslim community to exercise their vote – another way South Africa can express its diversity and tolerance and reverance for its  women.  Senior Muslim religious leaders AL JAMA-AH  lobbied,   once against  any voting, say they will  now have no quarrel with Muslims including women voting. The Muslim community is one of the most peaceful communities in the  country and this will once again manifest itself  on election day insha Allah.

On behalf of AL JAMA-AH I make a pledge that our members while going on a jihad for votes we will  do this peacefully and the Party will ensure that  on election day our prayers five times on the day will be for  a violent free  election to showcase the country for job creation  investments  and we want to thank  Dr Brigalia Bam, the IEC team and our police force in advance for their contribution which has not gone unnoticed.

That lawmakers keep parliament to themselves and vote election funds for them only has hampered Multi Party democracy and the IEC  must find a way to wipe out this blot against our democracy. Business must come out in support of new  political Parties that want their communities to more fully play a role in the political life in the country like the Muslim community.

GANIEF HENDRICKS

PARTY LEADER

AL JAMA-AH

1A FOREST PLACE PINELANDS 7405

0215314273/ 0827802573.