ISLAM and MUSLIMS IN FIJI

      

General Information

Total area                   : 7,054 sq mi (18,270 sq km)

Population (2007 est.) : 918,675

Capital and largest city (2003 est.): Suva (on Viti Levu), 177,300

Monetary unit              : Fiji dollar

Languages                    : English (official), Fijian, Hindustani

Ethnicity/race               : Fijian 51%, Indian 44%, European, other Pacific Islanders, overseas Chinese, and other 5% (1998)

Religions                      : Christian 52% (Methodist 37%, Roman Catholic 9%), Hindu 38%, Islam 8%, other 2%

Literacy rate               : 94% (2003 est.)

Economic summary    : GDP/PPP (2007 est.): $3.731 billion; per capita $4,100. Real growth rate: -3.1%. Inflation: 3% (2005 est.).

Fiji consists of 332 islands in the southwest Pacific Ocean about 1,960 mi (3,152 km) from Sydney, Australia. About 110 of these islands are inhabited. The two largest are Viti Levu (4,109 sq mi; 10,642 sq km) and Vanua Levu (2,242 sq mi; 5,807 sq km).

Fiji, which had been inhabited since the second millennium B.C., was explored by the Dutch and the British in the 17th and 18th centuries. In 1874, an offer of cession by the Fijian chiefs was accepted, and Fiji was proclaimed a possession and dependency of the British Crown. In the 1880s large-scale cultivation of sugarcane began. Over the next 40 years, more than 60,000 indentured laborers from India were brought to the island to work the plantations. By 1920, all indentured servitude had ended. Racial conflict between Indians and the indigenous Fijians has been central to the small island's history. Fiji became independent on Oct. 10, 1970.

Islamic History and Muslims

The Muslims of Fiji comprise around 7% of the population (62 534). The Islamic community is made up of people of Indian origin, who were brought to the islands in the late 19th century by the British colonial power. The majority of the Indian community is however, Hindu. Around 16% of the Fiji's Indian community is Muslim. There are also a few hundred indigenous Fijians, including the well-known politician Apisai Tora, who have converted to Islam.
   Muslims are mostly Sunni followers Imam Abu Hanifa and Imam Shafi (59.7 percent) or unspecified (36.7 percent), with an Ahmadiya minority (3.6 percent) regarded as heretical by more orthodox Muslims. In the 1966 elections a Suva-based Muslim communal party, the Muslim Political Front, took part.
    By the end of the 12th century, Islam was firmly established in Muslim India. Muslim migrants had had Islam in their families for generations when the first ship brought Indian indentured labourers to Fiji in 1879. The first indentured labour ship, Leonidas, had an unusually high proportion (22%) of Muslims. Between 1879 and 1916, a total of 60,553 labourers were brought to Fiji from India under the Indenture system. Of those who came from Calcutta, 6557 were Muslims, while 1091 Muslims came from Madras, 1450 from North- West Frontier, Baluchistan-Afghanistan and Punjab.
     While, with the loss of the caste system, Hindus did not have any institution binding them together, the Muslim faith was affected little by travel to a far off land, although initially there was a lack of mosques and learned leaders. Most of the religious duties and festivals were maintained, but under the harsh reality of the indenture system, it was difficult to pray five times a day and observe the full fast of Ramadan. C.F. Andrews, in his report after his first visit to Fiji, noted that religious decline had not been as rapid amongst Muslims compared to the Hindus, and on his second visit wrote that Muslims had retained their social system and religious life was showing signs of revival.
    Muslims played their part in protest against indenture. In 1907, a group of indentured labourers went on strike in Labasa, because they were being asked to work on the cane plantations, whereas on recruitment they had been promised jobs as policemen. Most of these were Afghan-Indo Pashtuns and Punjabis were Muslims.
    Although Muslims lived as a separate community in India, the early indentured labourers spoke the same language as their Hindu brethren and the two communities lived together amicably. There was also a high proportion of inter-marriage between Hindus and Muslims. The South Indian Muslims were easily absorbed into the larger North Indian Muslim community and did not suffer as much prejudice as their Hindu counterparts. There was cooperation between Hindus and Muslims in the celebration of various festivals, the best example of which was Mohurram, a Shia celebration, when Hindus and Muslims worked together to build a decorated edifice, called the Tazia, which was carried to the sea in a procession where it was abandoned.
    From 1884 onwards, as labourers completed their five years of indenture, Muslim communities began springing up in different parts of Fiji. They tended to be small, often isolated, but recognising the need for contact and cooperation among themselves for social and religious enhancement. There were, amongst the first Indian labourers, Muslims who were literate and sufficiently versed in Islam to assume leadership roles and to lead prayers. Prayer meetings, initially in homes, helped foster an Islamic identity and inculcated a sense of unity. The arrival of Mulla Mirza Khan, as a free-immigrant in 1898, was a boost to Islam in Fiji as he contributed a lot to the educational and religious needs of the Muslims. In 1900 a mosque was built in Navua on land provided by the Fiji Sugar Company, a small mosque and school was built in Nausori on land provided by the Colonial Sugar Refining Company and another mosque was built in Labasa in 1902. In 1909, Muslims made submissions to the Education Commission, for Urdu to be taught in the Persian script to their children. In 1915, the Anjuman Hidayat ul-Islam petitioned the government for the solemnization of Muslim marriages by a kazi and recommended its secretary's appointment as one for the Suva area. In Lautoka, the Isha Ithul Islam emerged and in 1916 and was directing its efforts towards building a mosque there.
    By 1908 there were about 4000 Muslims in Fiji, a third of them still indentured. In 1915 the Anjuman Hidayat-e-Islam was established in Nausori and in 1916 the Anjuman Ishait El Islam was established in Lautoka. Around Suva there were only about 70 Muslims, without a school or a mosque. But as the number of Muslims in the capital city steadily grew, Anjuman-e-Islam was formed in 1919. The Fiji Muslim League was formed on 31 October 1926, at a meeting at the Jame Masjid in Toorak.
    The earlier Muslim missionaries from British India were Ahmadiyyas, who had been vocal champions of Islam against the Arya Samaj. Some prominent Fiji Muslim who were Ahmadiyyas were Mohammed Towahir Khan and Mohammed Sahu Khan of Lautoka, and X.K.N. Dean of Suva. In 1933, when under the name of the Fiji Muslim League, they brought an Ahmadiyya preacher from India, there was outcry from the more numerous Sunnis. Unable to take control of the League they formed the Ahmadiyya Anjuman Ishaat-i-Islam. There were political disputes between Sunnis and Ahmadiyyas over the control of mosques and schools.
    Maunatul Islam Association of Fiji (MIAF) represents approximately 30% of the Sunni Muslims in Fiji who are mostly followers of Imam Shafi. The followers of Imam Shafi in Fiji are the descendants of Muslims of Malyalam origin who came to Fiji under the indenture system from Kerala in South India between 1903 and 1916. The other Sunni Muslim organisation in Fiji, the Fiji Muslim League, represents all other Sunni Muslims in Fiji who are mostly followers of Imam Hanafi. The organisation originally operated under the name of Then India Maunatul Islam Association of Fiji since it was officially formed in 1942. One of the most prominent past President and Speaker of the Association was the late Hon S.M. Koya. The Association owns mosques in Lautoka, Ba and Tavua.
   The Fiji Muslim League has made valuable contribution in the field of education in Fiji. The first school, Islamic Girls School, was already in existence in 1926 and is today known as Suva Muslim Primary School. Today, the Fiji Muslim League owns and manages seventeen primary and five secondary schools plus a tertiary institution (Islamic Institute of the South Pacific). The Fiji Muslim League accepts as students and staff members of all ethnic groups domiciled in Fiji. In 2000 its student population was: 4464 in secondary and 5243 in primary schools. In the secondary schools 3015 were Muslims, 994 Fijians/Christians, and 455 others, including Hindus.
    The Fiji Muslim League provides help for tertiary studies for needy Muslims through loans from its Education Trust and the Islamic Development Bank. Of the two IDB loan/awards for tertiary studies one is given locally for information technology and the other for the study of medicine in Pakistan. Most of the latter in recent times have been allocated for training Muslim female doctors; some have qualified and are working in Fiji.
    Besides education, the Fiji Muslim League from its outset has attempted to assist in satisfying all the social needs of Muslims. Currently its involvement in social welfare is both at national and branch levels. In times of natural disasters or turmoil the Fiji Muslim League directly helps Muslims whose homes and lives are disrupted. Its charity keeps many families clothed, fed and housed, and Muslim children sent to school.
   Since 1929 the Fiji Muslim League has sought to obtain separate representation for Muslims, in the Legislative Council till 1970, and in Parliament (both the House of Representatives and the Senate) since 1970. Except for the period between 1932 and 1937, Muslims have been represented well in Fiji’s Parliament. From 1937 to 1963, there was always one Muslim nominated into the Legislative Council out of a total of five Fiji Indian representatives. Thus Muslims were represented by 20% of the Indian members in the Legislative Council, when they formed approximately 15% of the Fiji Indian population. In the expanded Legislative Council of 1963, a Muslim, Mohammad Sidiq Koya was elected for the first time, and Muslims held 2 of the 6 (33%) Indian seats. (The other Muslim was nominated member, C.A. Shah). In the 1966 election 4 of the 12 (33%) Indo Fijian members were Muslims. These were Sidiq Koya, C.A. Shah, and Mohammed Towahir Khan for the Federation Party and Abdul Lateef for the Alliance Party. The Muslim Political Front was formed to advance Muslim political rights and in 1966 it joined the newly formed Alliance Party, but voting trends have shown that most Muslims have always voted for the Party representing Indo-Fijian , showing that their political aspirations are not different from the other 84% of the Fiji Indians.
   In 1944 the first Muslim soccer inter-district tournament was organised in Sigatoka by the Fiji Muslim Sports Association. It has since been an annual event and in 2006, three teams from overseas featured in the inaugural Fiji Muslim Football Association International Muslim Club Championship. The Fiji Muslim sports association in association with Fiji Muslim FANCA Sports Federation is hosting its inaugural club championship during Easter Weekend 2007 in Lautoka. 4 teams from Australia,5 teams from New Zealand and 1 team from USA and all district team from Fiji will particiapte. This will be annual event to get the Muslim sports if Fiji amongst the best.
   There is also a very active youth movement tracing its origins to the 1960s, whose executive meets regularly and organises camps and other gatherings for young Muslims. It has a national outreach, with members from high schools as well as tertiary institutions and university graduates and professionals in the workforce. Recently it has organized a wing to facilitate the interests of young educated Muslim women.
 

Fiji Muslim League

The Fiji Muslim League is a Muslim religious and social organisation based in Suva, Fiji. Nearly 7% of Fiji's total population, including 16% of the Indian community, is Muslim. The Fiji Muslim League also pursues actively the conversion of indigenous Fijians from Christianity to Islam and has attracted several hundred converts in this initiative.

Establishment of Fiji Muslim League

By 1908 there were about 4000 Muslims in Fiji, a third of them still indentured. In 1915 the Anjuman Hidayat-e-Islam was established in Nausori and in 1916 the Anjuman Ishait El Islam was established in Lautoka. Around Suva there were only about 70 Muslims, without a school or a mosque. But as the number of Muslims in the capital city steadily grew, Anjuman-e-Islam was formed in 1919. The Fiji Muslim League was formed on 31 October 1926, at a meeting at the Jame Masjid in Toorak.

Role of Fiji Muslim League in education and welfare

The Fiji Muslim League has made valuable contribution in the field of education in Fiji. The first school, Islamic Girls School, was already in existence in 1926 and is today known as Suva Muslim Primary School. Today, the Fiji Muslim League owns and manages seventeen primary and five secondary schools plus a tertiary institution (Islamic Institute of the South Pacific). The Fiji Muslim League accepts as students and staff members of all ethnic groups domiciled in Fiji. In 2000 its student population was: 4464 in secondary and 5243 in primary schools. In the secondary schools 3015 were Muslims, 994 Fijians/Christians, and 455 others, including Hindus.

The Fiji Muslim League provides help for tertiary studies for needy Muslims through loans from its Education Trust and the Islamic Development Bank (IDB). Of the two IDB loan/awards for tertiary studies one is given locally for information technology and the other for the study of medicine in Pakistan. Most of the latter in recent times have been allocated for training Muslim female doctors; some have qualified and are working in Fiji.

Besides education, the Fiji Muslim League from its outset has attempted to assist in satisfying all the social needs of Muslims. Currently its involvement in social welfare is both at national and branch levels. In times of natural disasters or turmoil the Fiji Muslim League directly helps Muslims whose homes and lives are disrupted. Its charity keeps many families clothed, fed and housed, and Muslim children sent to school.

Muslims and politics

Since 1929 the Fiji Muslim League has sought to obtain separate representation for Muslims, in the Legislative Council till 1970, and in Parliament (both the House of Representatives and the Senate) since 1970. Except for the period between 1932 and 1937, Muslims have been represented well in Fiji’s Parliament. From 1937 to 1963, there was always one Muslim nominated into the Legislative Council out of a total of five Fiji Indian representatives. The Muslim Political Front was formed to advance Muslim political rights and in 1966 it joined the newly formed Alliance Party, but voting trends have shown that most Muslims have tended to vote for the Party representing Fiji Indians, showing that their political aspirations are not different from the other 84% of the Fiji Indians.

As of January 2007, the President of the Fiji Muslim League is a prominent businessman, Hafiz Khan. Appointed to the Senate on 13 July 2005 to fill a vacancy caused by the death of Dr Ahmed Ali, Khan became one of the nine out of 32 Senators nominated by the Prime Minister of Fiji (a further 14 are chosen by the [Great Council of Chiefs], eight by the Leader of the Opposition, and one by the Council of Rotuma). Khan was formally sworn in on 22 August 2005. In June 2006, he became Vice-President of the Senate and served in this capacity until the military coup of 5 December 2006.

  Islamic Centers and Organizations

Organization Name

Address

Phone-Fax-Email-Web

General Information

Fiji Muslim League

Fiji Muslim League
P.O.Box 3990,171 Ratu Mara rd,Samabula,Suva,Fiji Islands.,
Samambula, , FIJI

679-3384566/ 3385881
679-370204
fijimuslim@connect.com.fj

 

The Fiji Muslim League was established in 1926 to propmote Islam and to safeguard and pursue the rights and interests of Muslims in Fiji.That it has done consistently and effectively througout its history.Besides its national headquarters it has 23 branches and 3 subsidiary org for women,youth and sports.It has active affiliation with international Islamic orgnisations such as RABITA,IDB and RISEAP,MWL, AFIC, FIANZ, IFANCA,JAKIM,MUIS as well as close ties with local islamic associations in Australia,New Zealand,Canada,The united states of America and the South Pacific Islands.In Fiji it fully participates in public affairs as the national and representive org of Fiji's Sunni Muslims.The FML and its branches own and manage 17 primary schools,5 secondary college and *Islamic Institute of South Pacific(IISP).Which are open for all students of all religion.The FML maintain mosques in all districts as well as Islamic Madrasas and Salat halls(markaz).FML also provides zakat to poor and needy,counseling in social matters such as marriages and family lifes and inheritance.There are about 55000 muslims in fiji,around 8% 0f Fiji's population. *IISP. The institute cater for the need of poor and needy(Forms 1-Form 7 ) Muslim students who attend Suva Muslim College and receive Islamic education in the evening and school holidays. Students are given full boarding and lodging facilities. Mufti Mahboob Sher Khan is the director and is assisted by Hafiz Mohammed Yusuf. A full time cook and caretaker are also available. A security officer patrols the institution for the safety of the students. Those willling to assist the poor and needy in any form can contact IISP on Ph 679-3386065.

Koronivia Masjid

Koronivia Masjid
P.o.box8110 Nakasi,
Koronivia, Nausori , FIJI

679-3480014 9227055
mohammedshhm@yahoo.com.au

Five times salat and other Islamic dawah programes.

Islamic Institute of South Pacific Hostel

Islamic Institute of South Pacific Hostel
P.O.Box 10255,laucala beach state,Nabua ,Suva.,
Suva, , FIJI

679-3386065
679-3386065
iisphostel@connect.com.fj 

Islamic Institute of South Pacific Hostel is a islamic madrssa for poor and needy student. we giving both education to student school and madrssa.

Fiji Muslim Youth Movement Suva Central Branch

Fiji Muslim Youth Movement Suva Central Branch
24 Rewa Street, Flagstaff, Suva, Fiji Islands (Patron),
Suva, , FIJI

679-3307775
salaam@suvacentral.freeservers.com 
http://members.fortunecity.com/ suvacentral/ 
http://homepages.ihug.com.au/ ~jamslam/index.htm 

A member branch of Fiji Muslim Youth Movement with the aim of learning, teaching, practicing and propagating Islam, primarily focuing on the youths of the nation.

Fiji Muslim League (Lautoka Branch)

Fiji Muslim League (Lautoka Branch)
P.O Box 89,
Lautoka, , FIJI

660854

 

*Ahl-e-sunnah-wah- Jammah organisation. *Propogation of Islam (DAWAH) into society *Islamic Book service * Charity and Welfare *Education of Children

Fiji Muslim League Sports

Fiji Muslim League Sports
C/O Fiji Muslim League,
Suva, , FIJI

679-338 4566
(679) 337 0204
mabuksh@connect.com.fj

Oganizing sporting activities for the Muslims in Fiji

Samabula Jame Masjid

Samabula Jame Masjid
Fiji Muslim League,P.O.Box 3990, Samabula, Suva,Fiji,
Suva, Fiji Island 3990, FIJI

679-3683723-3383064
(679) 3370204
maulanatasleem@connect.com.fj

The Pesh Imam Of Samabula Jame Masjid is Hafiz Maulana Mohammed Tasleem. Any enquiries on issues regarding to the Fataawa, muslims life,Tawhid, Fiqh, betrothal, marriage, divorce, custody, legitimacy, halaal food,men\'s issue,women\'s issue, Ibadah, Mua\'malah, Organizing Programmes and
other matters.

Jamiat Ahle Hadees

Jamiat Ahle Hadees
Lovu Mosque,
Lautoka, , FIJI

665 1575

 

Jam`eeyah Ahl-il-Hadeeth

Jam`eeyah Ahl-il-Hadeeth
Milverton Road,
Suva, , FIJI

 

 

KULUKULU MARKAZ

KULUKULU MARKAZ
KULUKULU SUGATOKA,
Sigatoka, FIJI 679, FIJI

 

ISLAMIC CENTER

Nadi Airport Islamic Society

Nadi Airport Islamic Society
p.o.box 9497, nadi airport,
Nadi, Namaka , FIJI

679-6723446
679-6723446
faraaz86@hotmail.com

a normal mosque where one can pray 5 times a day and have juma prayers as well and we have quran daras every tuesday after magrib and it is for both man and women. the women have a different place at the mosque where they sit and hear the daras.we have an annual Eid Ul Fitr friendly soccer game with other mosques around the western division. any body is invited to take part in it

Naseakula Mosque, Labasa

Naseakula Mosque, Labasa
Naseakula Road, Labasa Town,
Labasa, , FIJI

 

 

Valebasoga Mosque

Valebasoga Mosque
Valabasoga Labasa,
Labasa, , FIJI

 

 

Wainiyaku Masjid

Wainiyaku Masjid
Wainiyaku ,taveuni,
Taveuni Island, , FIJI

 

 

Macuata Muslim League

Macuata Muslim League
Nasekula R,
Labasa, , FIJI
881 1073

 

 

Ma\\\'au Natul Islam Assn Fiji

Ma\\\'au Natul Islam Assn Fiji
Maururu,
Ba, , FIJI
667 5397

 

Islamic association

 

Nasinu Muslim Women\\\'s League

Nasinu Muslim Women\\\'s League
Vishnu Deo Rd,
Nakase, , FIJI
341 2823

 

Women\'s organisation

 

Suva Muslim League Jame Mosque

Suva Muslim League Jame Mosque
Toorak Rd,
Suva, , FIJI
330 0440

 

Mosque

 

Suva Zanana Muslim League

Suva Zanana Muslim League
Lot 3 Brown St Tork,
Suva, , FIJI
330 7141

 

Womens organisation

 

Islamic Institute And The Orphans Home Of The South Pacific

Islamic Institute And The Orphans Home Of The South Pacific p.o.box:2685,  Lautoka, Fiji Islands, Lautoka, , FIJI

679-6284377
679-6663895
darululoom@connect.com.fj
www.darululoomdrasa.com

: It is a largest school of religion (Islamic) its kind in Fiji and the South Pacific region. Our prime objective is to provide both religious and secular education. DEPARTMENTS: DEPT. of AALIM COURSE. DEPT. OF HIFZ UL QURAN. DEPT. OF FATWA. DEPT. OF COMPUTER SCIENCE. DEPT. OF ENGLISH AND MATHS.

 

Mulomulo Muslim Primary School

Mulomulo Muslim Primary School
P.O.Box 1320, Nadi.,
Nadi, , FIJI

679-6701863

 

PRIMARY SCHOOL CLASS 1 TO 8. MINISTRY OF EDUCATION CURRICULUM WITH URDU, ISLAMIC STUDIES AND ARABIC (QURAN READING)

Nadi Muslim College

Nadi Muslim College
nadi,
Nadi, , FIJI

faraaz86@hotmail.com

 

Suva Muslim College

Suva Muslim College
Mead Road ,Nabua,Suva,
Suva, , FIJI

679 3384 352
679 3370204

Muslim High School

Valebasoga Secondary School

Valebasoga Secondary School
P.O.Box 2500 Labasa,
Labasa, , FIJI
8812802

 

It is a Developing college catering for muslim students in the Labasa area on the Island of Vanua Levu, Fiji\'s second largest Island.

Ma'aunatul Islam Association of Fiji

Ma'aunatul Islam Association of Fiji
72 Vomo street, P.B.No 1049 Lautoka, Lautoka, Lautoka 1049, FIJI

679 666 3636
6796663636
cmksaquafi@gmail.com
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Maunatul_Islam_Association_of_Fiji

Maunatul Islam Association of Fiji (MIAF) represents approximately 30 % of the Sunni Muslims in Fiji who are mostly followers of Imam Shafi. The followers of Imam Shafi in Fiji are the descendents of Muslims of Malyalam origin who came to Fiji under the indenture system from Kerala in South India between 1903 and 1916. The other Sunni Muslim organisation in Fiji, the Fiji Muslim League, represents all other Sunni Muslims in Fiji who are mostly followers of Imam Hanafi. The organisation originally operated under the name of Then India Maunatul Islam Association of Fiji since it was officially formed in 1942. The key original officials were: President: Late Shahbud Dean Vice President: Late Hajji Moidin Koya Secretary: Mohammed Shafique Treasurer: Late Hon A. R. Manu One of the most prominent past President and Speaker of the Association was the late Hon S.M. Koya, who was the leader of the National Federation Party and Leader of Opposition in Fiji for a number of years. The name of the Association was changed in 1982 to Maunatul Islam Association when a new constitution was drawn.

 

 

 

 

     Muslim Owned Business

Organization Name

Address

Phone-Fax-Email-Web

General Information

M.Abdul & Sons

M.Abdul & Sons
Cuming Street, Vaileka,
Rakiraki, , FIJI

 

General Grocery Store

 

Hanifa\'s Cookery

Hanifa\'s Cookery
P.O.Box 1770,
Nadi, , FIJI

679-6703470
679-6703470

Hanifa\'s Cookery - caters for the Muslims who prefer Halal to Kosher. We prepare most food items in raw state. Call Hanifa to enquire on the type of food for occasion or just tell us what you need and we can advise a menu for the occassion.

COLORMARKET LIMITED

COLORMARKET LIMITED
177 RATU MARA ROAD, SAMABULA, SUVA,
Suva, , FIJI

679-3384644
679-3370495
colormarket@unwired.com.fj

Trading in automotive paints & spareparts

 

G.M.R MUHAMMAD & SONS (PTY) LTD

G.M.R MUHAMMAD & SONS (PTY) LTD
GULAM PLACE NASINU,
Nasinu, P.O BOX 8001, NAKASI, FIJI

679-3410155
679 3410943
info@gmr.com.fj
www.gmr.com.fj

GENERAL HARDWARE, TIMBER, SPAREPARTS MERCHANTS IMPORTERS & EXPORTERS WHOLESALERS AND RETAILERS

Ground Wire Computers & Electronic\\\\\\\'s

Ground Wire Computers & Electronic\\\\\\\'s
Nadi, Nadi, , FIJI

679-9246911
6796725911
imtiaz@groundwirecomputers.com

we do computer and electronic equipment repai in fiji and we are 100% muslim owned company to serve our muslim brothers and sisters.

Husseins Hardware Supplies Ltd Husseins Hardware Supplies Ltd
Mainstreet Savusavu,
Savusavu, VanuaLevu-Fiji P.O Box 40, FIJI
679-8850204
679-8850528
hhsl@connect.com.fj 

General Building Materials, Agricultural Chemicals, Used Vehicle Dealer and Sparepart Merchants.

Husseins Hardware Supplies Ltd

Husseins Hardware Supplies Ltd
Naqara, Taveuni,
Taveuni Island, P.O Box 17, FIJI


679-8880666
679-8880183
hhsl@connect.com.fj

General Hardware Merchants For all your builing needs

Madinah Showroom

Madinah Showroom
FML Estate, Nabua,
Suva, , FIJI

madinahshowroom@yahoo.com
http://www.MadinahShowroom.Webs.com

Sellers of authentic Islamic literature according to the Qur'aan & Sunnah (books of Tafseer, Hadeeth, `Aqeedah, Fiqh / Fataawa, History / Seerah, books for children, women and family), multimedia (Qur’aan recitation, educational lectures, Islamic videos), quality Islamic clothing for men, women & children (long dresses, scarves, prayer caps, thawbs, etc.), children's Islamic educational toys & learning aids, prayer rugs of different designs, a wide range of `itr (perfumes), beautiful wall hangings and much more!

Pacific Pools & Construction Co.,Limited

Pacific Pools & Construction Co.,Limited
40 Mead Road,Suva, , FIJI

679-3373 204
679 3373 205
mwhippy@connect.com.fj 

We design,build and maintain commercial & residential swiming pools,spas,water falls,waterfeatures,water reservoirs and practically do anything associated with water. For us it is a passion and it is a job and a livelihood so I do derive great satisfaction from my profession AlhumduLILLAH. It does not deprive me of my prayers and my dawa work and my other obligations to Allah A-zauwa-gel and in following the Sunnah and the traditions of Prophet Mohammed salalahu alaihi wa salaam.

Suva Water Blasting Ltd

Suva Water Blasting Ltd
69 Suva Street, Toorak000,
Suva, P.O Box 2476, Govt B, FIJI

679-3301412
3302218
swb@connect.com.fj

 

 

 

 

 

References
Islam in Fiji ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islam_in_Fiji   , July, 2008).
Info please ( http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0107509.html ,  July, 2008).
Islam Finder ( http://www.islamicfinder.org/cityPrayerNew.php?country=fiji   , July, 2008).
Anonymous, Documents from Representatives of Islamic Organizations in Fiji, July 2008.