Alaaji Alieu Ibraayma Cham Juuf

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Alaaji Alieu Ibraayma Cham Juuf a ngi judd ci 22 Oktoobar 1924 ca Banjul, Gàmbi, faatu ci 2 Awril 2011 ca kerr am Bakau, Gàmbi. Alieu Ibraayma Cham Juuf ñu gen ko xame Cham Juuf, bind kat bu maak la won ci mbiir cossanie Senegambia (Senegaal ak Gàmbi). Rawati na yit, daf dan xex tubaab yi pul Afrig, rawati na Afrig gu ñuul am seen bopp. Cham Juuf maamam ya nga askan no Siin ak Saalum ci xeetu Séeréer. Buur ba Jolof Alburi Njaay ak Buur Siin Kumba Ndóofeen Famak Juuf maami Cham Juuf leng ñu.[1][2][3][4][5]

Téere yum bind (ci angale)[Soppisoppi gongikuwaay bi]

  • Gambia, Land of our heritage
  • The history of the Banjul Mosque[6]
  • Senegambia, The land of our heritage
  • The history of the Bushell. Origin of The Gambia Chamber of Commerce & Industries
  • Getting to know The Gambia[7]
  • Reviving a culture that had refused to die (1995)
  • The calendar of historical events in The Gambia, 1455–1995 (1995)
  • The Research Committee of Mbootaayi Xamxami Wolof
  • The Centenary of Muhammedan School, 1903–2003. The First School Built by Muslim Community in Bathurst. A Memory Lane.
  • The lives of the Great Islamic Scholars and Religious leaders of Senegambia. (November 1998)
  • Banjul, The Gambia
  • From: Freedom. To: Slavery. The evil that men do. Lives after them. Alex Haley’s "Roots"
  • The century of historic events in The Gambia. Third Edition, 1900–1999.
  • Ethnic groups of The Gambia. 1990
  • The history of Fanal (January 1991)
  • Party politics in The Gambia, 1945–1970
  • The visit of the venerable Sheikh Alhaji Sekou Umar (Futi) Taal, Njol Futa to The Gambia. A visit which illuminates a whole nation.
  • Know your country, General knowledge, Questions
  • Know your country, General knowledge, Answers
  • The Adventurer
  • The traditional way of life in Gambian society
  • The root cause of the bread and butter demonstration, s.n. (1959)
  • Banjul Daemba 1816-1999 Tagator (1999)

Lëkkalekaay yu biti[Soppisoppi gongikuwaay bi]

  1. Joof, Alh. A. E. Cham. Gambia, the land of our heritage, p. 2
  2. Foroyaa : Exclusive interview with Cham Joof
  3. The Point Newspaper: natal li Cham Joof ak bind kat bi (tribute)
  4. The Daily Observer :A Great Gambian historian
  5. The Eye Magazine, Joof, Baboucarr, The Rocky road to nationhood, p 4 [1]
  6. Hughes, Arnold & Perfect, David. "Historical dictionary of The Gambia. Scarecrow Press, 2008. p. 312.
  7. Yale University Library