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Press Conference Alert: Thousands of delegates to attend Australia’s largest and oldest running Muslim Convention in Western Sydney

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Australia 2 mins read

Media Opportunity:
Live interview of Australian Imams, VIP guests from around the world, volunteers, Muslim scholars, government officials and community leaders. 


Address: Grand Pavilion, Rosehill Gardens - Grand Ave, Rosehill NSW 2142

Date:  Friday 12th July @ 2pm


The 36th Annual Islamic Convention of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is the longest-running gathering of Australian Muslims and is set to begin this Friday the 12th of July for the 36th year. The three-day catered event will feature speeches by the community’s leadership, messages of support by prominent MPs, faith leaders and community leaders and an exhibition highlighting the humanitarian services of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. 


The gathering will be headlined by the National President of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community along with Australia’s most influential imams, with representations from every state and territory. The Western Australian Imam, Syed Wadood Janud, who recently backed the now-independent Senator Fatima Payman over the vote for Palestinian statehood, will also be in attendance. Around 4000+ members from all Australian states and territories are expected to attend with imams and leaders of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community from New Zealand Malaysia and Fiji also speaking at the gathering. Free food will be provided to all those attending the convention for three days.


A number of members who fled persecution in countries like Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Afghanistan will experience this event for the first time in their lives as the right to practice religion is still a contentious issue in these countries.
Historically, this event is rooted in Ahmadiyya tradition with the first Annual Convention held in 1891 in a small Indian town named Qadian. The Annual Convention held by the UK Ahmadiyya Muslim community is the global flagship. The Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, His Holiness Mirza Masroor Ahmad, addresses the audience advocating for local, regional, national and international peace.

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. It is the leading Islamic organisation to categorically reject terrorism in any form. 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: Website: | Email:  | Twitter: @AhmadiyyaAUS

Contact details:

Aqeel Ibraheem - 0433 449 762

Naveed Ahmad - 0423 276 956


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