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Thousands of worshippers are expected at Australia’s Largest Mosque for Eid celebration

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community < 1 mins read
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Media Opportunity: Live interview of Australian Imams, guests, Australian Muslims, volunteers, community leaders.

 

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community will celebrate Eid-ul-Adha (Festival of Sacrifice) across all its mosques in Australia on Thursday 29th June 2023. 

 

The festival marks the completion of Hajj (Holy pilgrimage to Mecca). It is the festival of sacrifice that commemorates the obedience of Prophet Abraham, his wife Hazrat Hajra and their son Prophet Ismail (peace be upon them). 

 

Address:

Baitul Huda Mosque
45 Hollinsworth Road, Marsden Park NSW 2765


Contact details:

Aqeel Ibraheem - 0433 449 762

 

Mirza Ramzan Sharif - 0435 180 498

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