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Adelaide’s largest mosque marks open day today

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community < 1 mins read

As part of the Adelaide Fringe 2024, Adelaide’s largest mosque, Mahmood Mosque, will be opening its doors to the community today to help dispel myths on Islam. The day will feature guided Mosque tours including a demonstration of the Islamic call to prayer (Adhan) and the Islamic prayer. In addition, there will be over 20 stalls ranging from food and drinks to arts and craft.

 

Event Details:

  • Date: February 17th, 2024
  • Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Venue: Mahmood Mosque, 6-8 Toogood Avenue, Beverley SA 5009

 

Imam Kamran Tahir, in emphasising the importance of the Open Mosque Day, stated:

"Many Australians have reservations regarding Islam and its teachings due to how Islam is portrayed in the media. However, most Australians have not stepped foot in a mosque, nor have they spoken to a Muslim Imam or read the Quran. By opening our doors to the public, we seek to bridge gaps, dispel misconceptions, and build lasting connections that promote harmony and unity in Adelaide.”

 

 

To reserve a spot:

https://adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/mahmood-mosque-open-day-af2024


Contact details:

Dr Sharif Rasel

adelaide.ahmadiyya@gmail.com

0469 078 152

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