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Muslims invite thousands at Australia’s largest mosque for interfaith event

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community < 1 mins read
Baitul Huda Mosque

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community has invited thousands of guests at Australia’s largest mosque located in Western Sydney to discuss peace, love, harmony and service to humanity on Saturday 25th November.

 

The event is to highlight the mosque's 40 years of service and provides complimentary dinner to all guests.

 

The National President & Grand Imam of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Imam I. H. Kauser said:

 

“Mosques play an important role in bringing communities together and establishing strong and sustainable relationships with the broader public. Let us all unite and pray for peace in this world”

 

Date:  Saturday 25th November

Time: 5pm

Location: 45 Hollinsworth Rd Marsden Park NSW 2765

 

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About us:

About the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community:

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is a very peaceful, law-abiding, nonviolent and loving community. Founded in 1889, the Community spans more than 200 countries with membership exceeding tens of millions. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is the leading Islamic organisation to categorically reject terrorism in any form. Similarly, the Ahmadiyya Community is the only Islamic organisation to endorse a separation of mosque and state. Today, it continues to be an advocate for universal human rights and protection for religious and other minorities. It champions the empowerment and education of women. Its members are among the most law-abiding, educated, and engaged Muslims in the world. For the official website of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association Australia, please visit: www.Ahmadiyya.org.au | Media@Ahmadiyya.org.au  | Twitter: @AhmadiyyaAUS 


Contact details:

Aqeel Ibraheem (Mob: 0433 449 762)

Mirza Ramzan Sharif (Mob: 0435 180 498)

Media@Ahmadiyya.org.au

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