One of the oldest and most influential Islamic organisations, the Muslim Judicial Council (MJC), was threatened with contempt of court by its former president, Sheikh Irafaan Abrahams, after he claimed the MJC breached a September court order.

However, the Western Cape High Court dismissed Abrahams’ contempt bid because the “evidence does not support” his version. ..

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