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Imam Kamran Tahir calls for unity and interfaith harmony

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The Imam of Adelaide’s largest mosque, the Mahmood Mosque, Imam Kamran Tahir, was deeply saddened to learn about the attack on Bishop Mar Mari Emmanuel and condemned it in the strongest terms. Highlighting the spirit of interfaith harmony that exists in South Australia, Imam Tahir urged community members to work together to maintain social cohesion … Continued

Adelaide’s Largest Mosque Celebrates Eid-ul-Fitr on April 11

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Adelaide’s largest mosque, Mahmood Mosque, will be celebrating Eid-ul-Fitr on Thursday, April 11. The congregational Eid prayer service will be held at 10:30 am at Mahmood Mosque. Around 600 people will join the service. The prayer will be followed by a sermon delivered by Imam Kamran Tahir. Eid-ul-Fitr is a festival that marks the end … Continued

Muslims to mark end of Ramadan with Eid-ul-Fitr celebrations

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Adelaide’s largest mosque, Mahmood Mosque, will be celebrating Eid-ul-Fitr on Thursday, April 11. The congregational Eid prayer service will be held at 10:30 am at Mahmood Mosque. Around 600 people will join the service. The prayer will be followed by a sermon delivered by Imam Kamran Tahir. Eid-ul-Fitr is a festival that marks the end … Continued

Monash experts help decode Chinese text at Ballarat library

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Monash University experts are set to embark on a groundbreaking translation project centred around the works of esteemed Chinese scholar and cultural critic, Zhu Dake. Supported by the Xin Jin Shan Library in Ballarat, the largest library in the southern hemisphere, this initiative marks the first-ever English translation of Dake’s writings. While Zhu Dake enjoys … Continued

The Optimism of Ramadan

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Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar, is deeply imbued with optimism. It offers Muslims globally a period dedicated to fasting (sawm), prayer, reflection, and fostering a sense of community, joy, and an optimistic outlook on life. This sacred month commemorates the momentous occasion of Prophet Muhammad’s initial revelations, serving as a time … Continued

Employers encouraged to embrace a modern diverse workforce

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Navigating the job market can sometimes be a challenge for those with diverse backgrounds or experiences, whether that’s being born in a country outside of Australia or living with a disability or long-term health condition. atWork Australia recognises the importance of empowering all individuals to find secure and fulfilling work and encourages employers to build … Continued

Local WA Ahmadi Muslim Doctor Rushes to Pakistan After Father’s Assassination Attempt in Religiously Motivated Persecution Attack

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Bibra lake, 03/03/2024 – Dr Wahab is an esteemed member of Ahmadiyya Muslim community Perth and a dedicated physician at Armadale Health Service who’s father had an assassination attempt in Toba Tek Singh, Pakistan. The assailants shot Dr Wahab’s father at close range, with the first shot hitting his leg and breaking … Continued

Improving crisis communication for multilingual communities

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The Albury-Wodonga region has become a case study for a large multidisciplinary research collaboration to improve the emergency alert system for multilingual communities, with La Trobe University’s regional campus at the heart of the project. Albury-Wodonga was selected as the pilot site for the Multilingual Inclusive Emergency Alerts (MIEA) project due to its cross-border complexities … Continued

Culturally and linguistically diverse communities to benefit from increased media focus

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Monday, 26 February 2024 **In language media releases available via the attachments** NB: 20 translations available   More communities across NSW will have access to up-to-date government information with an increased focus on multicultural and First Nations media outlets.   More than 190 languages are spoken at home across NSW, including Mandarin, Arabic, Cantonese and … Continued