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Ahmadiyya Muslims lead the way in Clean Up Australia Day

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Australia 2 mins read
Past Clean Up Australia Day

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The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Australia has been taking part in 'Clean Up Australia Day' for over three decades. This year, they have registered 21 ‘Clean-Up Australia Day’ sites nationwide and members will enthusiastically take part in large numbers.


National President of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Australia and Grand Imam Mr. I. H. Kauser said:

“Each year hundreds of Ahmadi Muslims take part in Clean Up Australia Day. Islam reinforces the importance of cleanliness on individual and societal levels. The Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) has said that cleanliness is part of faith. Hence it is our responsibility to keep our surroundings neat and clean. Clean-Up Australia Day is a great cause and we all must participate in nation’s largest community-based environmental event.”


National President of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Australia Adnan Qadir states:


“Our involvement in Cleanup Australia Day isn't just about picking up litter; it's a tangible demonstration of our dedication to preserving the beauty of our country and fulfilling our duty as responsible citizens. The teachings of our faith emphasize the significance of cleanliness, both spiritually and physically. By participating in this nationwide effort, we not only uphold these teachings but also contribute to the well-being of our communities and environment.”


Address: 45 Hollinsworth Rd, Marsden Park NSW 276 



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: or email


Contact details:

Shoaib Shams - 0412 014 783

Naveed Ahmad - ‪0423 276 956

Twitter: @AhmadiyyaAUS


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