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A call to leaders in civil society to take up their moral responsibility and…

A call to leaders in civil society to take up their moral responsibility and help in the fight against gangsterism has been made during a Interfaith Prayer Service. The service took place in Athlone. It was preceeded by a march in the area led by interfaith leaders. Imam Rashied Omar of the Claremont Main Road Mosque in Cape Town took part in the march and service: “If we are not moved by over 2000 people innocent human beings having lost and continuing to lose their lives every day. Just this weekend a seven year old little girl was shot through the head in Lavender Hill. What kind of a faith do we have? So this is long overdue, that not only religious leaders should take up their moral responsibility, but all leaders in every sphere of our society.”


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5 comments on “A call to leaders in civil society to take up their moral responsibility and…

  1. More prayers must be conducted and more Imams, Decons ,Priest need to be involved in helping the Western Cape Oo mama be batyi ( Praying mothers Thursday’s) be It Roman Catholic, Wesile Methodist Church, Church, Anglicans etc all churches we need them please all over this region the Devil is also not giving up playing with peoples lives! I believe in Prayer it’s powerfull!

  2. Praying is for spiritual intervention,i totally agree with it,but it is the saps duty/mandate to uphold law and order,there is a poca statue/law to deal with gamgsterism omce and for all,gangsters property can be siezed,vechiles,they can be thrown out of their properties,the question is why are this not being done,the law is available to assist saps,communities must demand better policing and engage theit cpfs,just my opinion!!!

  3. The sad part innocent children get shot by people who don’t care , the Government brought in the army but they are still continuing it’s best that we should pray for this to come to an end

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