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Peaceful demonstration/protest over concerns of the plight of the Rohingya people
Written by Administrator   
Tuesday, 12 September 2017

Assalaamu alaykum

Respected Brothers and Sisters.

Just an update on the planned demonstration/protest this Saturday 16th September from 12pm  to 1pm at Parliament House in Perth.

We are hoping for a large attendance including a variety of people from the wider non-Muslim community.

The aim is to demonstrate to the Australian government our concern over the plight of the Rohingya people, and request them to take further action to alleviate their suffering including support for calls for U.N. intervention.

Amnesty International will address the gathering along with numerous politicians, Imams and other Religous leaders.

We request attendance from everyone in our community to stand in solidarity with the Rohingya people of Myanmar.

For this demonstration to be successful we need a large attendance to ensure it receives the appropriate media profile to further raise the attention of the Australian government to our concerns.

Many of our imams will be speaking on this topic in this Friday's sermon encouraging everyone to participate.

We also request that everyone make dua that Allah ta'la sends His help to the Rohingyas and change their circumstances.

Please forward.

Sh Mohammed Shakeeb

Muslim football star Lael Kassem breaking down barriers, eyeing Giants AFLW berth
Written by Herald Sun   
Sunday, 30 July 2017

Muslim football star Lael Kassem breaking down barriers, eyeing Giants AFLW berth

July 27, 2017 7:52pm

LAEL Kassem was inspired by her nine brothers to play Aussie rules and now she is motivating others to take up the sport.

Kassem is quite possibly the busiest woman in the west. She plays for the predominantly Muslim Auburn-Penrith Giants in Sydney’s premier division as well as coaching their youth girl’s team. She is also studying for her PhD and has just been awarded the Jesaulenko internship and is currently embedded in the Giants’ coaching department.

Lael Kassem
 Lael Kassem (with Steve Coniglio) hopes to win a spot with the AFLW team. Picture: Brett Costello
Greens MP Mehreen Faruqi's Senate bid sets up potential challenge to Lee Rhiannon
Written by The Guardian   
Sunday, 30 July 2017

Greens MP Mehreen Faruqi's Senate bid sets up potential challenge to Lee Rhiannon

Mehreen Faruqi
 Mehreen Faruqi says she will run for Greens preselection for the Senate in 2019 but the controversial sitting senator for NSW, Lee Rhiannon, is yet to announce her intentions. Photograph: Paul Miller/EPA
 Australia’s first female Muslim MP, Mehreen Faruqi, will run for Greens preselection for the Senate in 2019 – setting up a potential challenge to the controversial sitting senator Lee Rhiannon.
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Udhiya (Qurbani)

By E-Islam Team


What is Udhiya? 


‘Udhiya’ is an Arabic word meaning "blood sacrifice", and ‘Qurbani’ is an Urdu and Persian word derived from the Arabic word "Qurban" which literally means an act performed to seek Allah Ta’ala’s pleasure. It is technically used for the sacrifice of an animal slaughtered for the sake of Allah Ta’ala.


The sacrifice of an animal has always been a recognised form of worship in many religions, but in the ‘Shariah’ (Islamic sacred law) of The Last and Final Messenger of Allah Ta’ala (Peace be upon him), the sacrifice of an animal has been recognised as a form of ibadah (worship) during the three days of the month Zul Hijjah, namely the 10th, 11th, and 12th .

Simple Steps to a Healthier, Happier You!


The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) taught us:

‘Every deed that does not begin with BISMILLAH - In the name of Allah,  is incomplete, (devoid of blessings)’.

Hence, with yaqeen (conviction), whatever you decide to do or consume, will be blessed, and no harm will come to you if it is not Allah’s decree. Yet to aid in this conviction you must most certainly make use of your ‘aql (intelligence) and use what has been prescribed.



That’s right. Ask the well-informed and experienced, read a book, do research etc. Keep an open mind, cross reference and always, always verify – until you are satisfied that you have done your best. The rest is in Allah’s hands.Thus does Allah (SWT) advise us;

 ‘Then ask those who do know; if you, indeed, do not.’ (Qur’an Surah An-Nahl, Verse 43)


3.            EAT WHOLESOME FOODS.

Drink more water and eat more fruits and vegetables.  Avoid grease, salt and sugars.  Consume less refined, mass produced hazards and opt more for fresh, natural homemade goodness.  Eat moderately. Read the labels. Know what’s going into your body. Above all, enjoy what Allah has bestowed on you.  

‘Eat of the wholesome foods we have provided you and give thanks to Allah.’ (Qur’an :Surah Al Baqara, Verse 172)


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