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Perth Unites: Bushfire Fundraiser 2020
Written by Administrator   
Thursday, 09 January 2020
An initiative started by the Muslim community in unison  with organizations from the wider community to support and raise awareness of the bushfire tragedy in the Eastern states. 

The event will be co hosted by the City of Vincent, Perth Mosque, Buddhist Society of WA, Uniting Church WA, Haka for Life, Corroboree for Life and Sisterhood Empowerment.

We want to provide reassurance to our communities that united we are able to conquer any calamity and can assist in the relief by fundraising for the bushfire victims and those affected by drought.
This is an opportunity for the Muslim community to take a leading role and show that we are concerned for the well being of our fellow Australians.

We request your attendance, support and contribution to this great cause which will  demonstrate the true meaning of compassion and generosity in Islam.

Date - Monday 27 January
Time- 3:30 to 8pm 
Location - Hyde Park

Family friendly event for all, with formal addresses, Halal food stalls, friendly cricket game, bouncy castles, face painting and henna artists. 100% of the proceeds will go to the bushfire victims. 
If anyone would like to help in some way please contact Sh Shakeeb on 0406626349.
The Mosque Next Door: What it's like living as a Muslim in Australia
Written by TRT World   
Saturday, 06 April 2019

TRT World's upcoming documentary series features some of the community members in light of growing racism and anti-Muslim hatred across the country.

“The Mosque Next Door” is a 3-part series that takes us up close and personal into the community of a specific mosque in Brisbane, Australia.“The Mosque Next Door” is a 3-part series that takes us up close and personal into the community of a specific mosque in Brisbane, Australia. (TRTWorld)
Regional mosque throws its doors open and shows women what it's like to wear a hijab
Written by Administrator   
Tuesday, 30 October 2018

Updated Mon at 4:50am

The hijab has courted courted plenty of controversy, and now Muslim women in Queensland are harnessing people's interest in the headscarf to start conversations within their community.

At a recent open day at Rockhampton mosque, 34-year-old, mother-of-three Nusra Noorudheen and her friends showed non-Muslim women how the hijab was worn.

Ms Noorudheen said it opened up plenty of interesting conversations.

"If you have a hajib, niqab or burka on some people find it objectionable and think it's against women's rights," she said.

"When you have a negative image like that and then you try it on you see that it's not that bad, you still look beautiful — sometimes you even look better in a hijab!

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‘Udhiya’ is an Arabic word meaning "blood sacrifice", and ‘Qurbani’ is an Urdu and Persian word derived from the Arabic word "Qurban" which literally means an act performed to seek Allah Ta’ala’s pleasure. It is technically used for the sacrifice of an animal slaughtered for the sake of Allah Ta’ala.


The sacrifice of an animal has always been a recognised form of worship in many religions, but in the ‘Shariah’ (Islamic sacred law) of The Last and Final Messenger of Allah Ta’ala (Peace be upon him), the sacrifice of an animal has been recognised as a form of ibadah (worship) during the three days of the month Zul Hijjah, namely the 10th, 11th, and 12th .


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