Author: AMUST Media

Amna Karra Hassan, Sunrise/Medibank

Sunrise caught up with champion for women’s sport Amna Karra-Hassan on how local communities can get healthy & active, for free! Amna talked to OneWave founder Grant Treblico about how they tackle mental health issues with saltwater therapy, surfing & fluro! Amna’s passion and work reveals how health, mindfulness & community go hand in hand with the Medibank Free + Active program. “We’re committed to helping 1.5 million Australians feel happier, healthier & more...

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You See Monsters, ABC

You See Monsters is a film about the power of art to challenge assumptions and change the way that we view the world. Commissioned by the ABC and supported by Screen Australia and Film Victoria, the documentary explores the work of a new generation of Australian Muslim artists who are fighting anti-Islamic bigotry with creativity, satire, and irreverence. Following the creative endeavors of contemporary artists working on the fault line where art, racism, and Islam intersect. You See Monsters is an inspirational story about the capacity of art to expand our horizons and enrich the idea of what being...

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The Mosque Next Door, SBS

Upcoming SBS documentary series, The Mosque Next Door offers unprecedented access to the community from the Holland Park Mosque, located in the heart of the suburbs of Brisbane. Through the three-part series debuting on 8 November on SBS, viewers can explore one of the many ways to be an Australian. The series features Imam Uzair, Imam of Holland Park Mosque, Ali Kadri, community leader, Robbie Maestracci, a convert, Lamisse Hamouda, youth worker and Galila founder and CEO of the Islamic Women’s Association. With an incredibly interesting group of Muslims, this series is set to impress. Watch SBS on 8...

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Community Service Awards applications now open

Every day there is someone who quietly goes about their business, dedicating their time and effort to helping others, with little or no thanks. But Fowler MP, Chris Hayes, wants to acknowledge these people and is encouraging nominations for community service awards. “We all know someone who goes above and beyond to make a positive difference in our community and they deserve to be recognised.” “We have so many unsung heroes in our local community, the quiet achievers who help others without asking for anything in return,” Chris Hayes said. Nominations close on Tuesday 7 November 2017, with awards...

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Muslim Aid on ground helping Rohingya

MAA’s Australia staff were recently in the troubled areas of Myanmar. Amidst distribution of vital aid to our Rohingya brothers and sisters, we often come across some stories that simply deserve to be shared. Here is a real-life account from a Rohingya family we encountered: The family of Fozol Ahamed*, featured here, have travelled for several days to get away from the increasing conflict. They travelled from Buthidaung, in the Rakhine state, which is the epicentre of the Rohingya crisis. To escape, the only option they had was to board a fishing boat and endure a dangerous journey across...

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Other News

november, 2017

22nov10:30 am- 1:30 pmLadies High Tea For Rohingya

23nov7:30 pm- 10:30 pmSounds of Light PerthCharity Concert

24nov6:30 pm- 9:30 pmSounds of Light AdelaideCharity Concert

25nov6:00 pm- 9:00 pmSounds of Light SydneyCharity Concert

26nov3:30 pm- 6:30 pmSounds of Light MelbourneCharity Concert

27nov7:00 pm- 10:00 pmSounds of Light BrisbaneCharity Concert

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