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Perth’s Largest Mosque Extends Open Invitation for Ramadan Iftar Dinner

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Perth 2 mins read
Invite for Upcoming Iftar Dinner at Nasir Mosque

Media Opportunity:

Live Interview of local Mosque Imam, local President, local Ahmadi Muslims, volunteers, and guests.

This Ramadhan is different from many in the past. Amongst growing global conflicts and increasing tensions in the world many feel uncertain about the future. In this climate, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Perth is hoping to accelerate efforts towards dialogue emphasizing on mutual respect and tolerance. 

The initiative aims to bring people from all walks of life together, transcending religious and political differences, in a display of solidarity during the holy month of Ramadan. The president of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community WA, Mr Anjum Qaisrani believes that "fosterning stronger community links is crucial, especially during these challenging times, to build bridges and support vulnerable communities worldwide".

Imam Wadood Janud of Nasir Mosque also emphasising its importance said: "In the current global climate, it is more important than ever for everyone to come together and focus on our shared values. Building bridges requires dialogue and understanding, and this Iftar dinner serves as a meaningful step in that direction."

The event welcomes individuals with diverse perspectives to sit together, discuss, and learn from one another. The Ahmadiyya Muslims Community Perth aims to nurture these connections, fostering a more inclusive and understanding society.

Join us on 23rd March 2024 at Nasir Mosque for the Iftar Dinner to promote peace, tolerance, and compassion.

Date: 23rd March 2024

Time: 04:30 pm

Address: Nasir Mosque - 239 Barrington St, Bibra Lake WA 6163 

Some highlights from last Iftar Dinner at Nasir Mosque in 2023


About us:

Perth's largest Nasir Mosque in Cockburn serves as the hub of the local chapter of the International Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. It's the single largest united Muslim community founded in 1989 now spanning over 200 countries with membership exceeding tens of millions. Despite being the subject of harsh persecution in many Muslim-majority countries, the Ahmadiyya Muslim community continues to be the leading advocate for universal human rights and protection for religious and other minorities. Its members are among the most law-abiding, educated, and engaged Muslims in the world. Find us on Facebook' or 'X'


Contact details:

Key representatives from the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community will be available for interviews. For media inquiries, please contact:

 

- Dr Ata Ul Hadi [0424 049 281 - ataulhadi@ymail.com]

 

- Mr Soofi Abdul Hakim [0431 173 270 - askislam.perth@gmail.com]

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