Author: Yusra Hadi

Shanasheel: Iraqi cultural festival

The opening of the annual Iraqi cultural festival attracted hundreds of people on the grounds of Fairfield City Museum & Gallery on 13 May 2017 for the launch of ‘Shansheel’– the first Iraqi art exhibition in Sydney.  The exhibition launch and the festival program celebrated the best of the Levantine country, with traditional Iraqi music, dance, and entertainment. The grounds of the Museum & Gallery transformed into an Iraqi Bazaar of multiple stalls, offering traditional handcrafted art, jewellery, giftware, food and more! The event was hosted by Fairfield City Museum & Gallery in partnership with the Iraqi Australian University...

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Pre-Ramadan workshop: Love Food, Hate Waste

The Federation of Australian Muslim Students and Youth (FAMSY) invited guest speaker, Mariam Ardati from Muslim Aid Australia (MAA) to present an interactive workshop on Wednesday 10 May in Sydney, educating people on how to reduce food waste and providing them with practical tips and creative ideas to implement in their daily lives. As part of the FAMSY’S weekly study circle, a group of 25 females gathered together at Punchbowl Community Centre for the ‘LOVE FOOD HATE WASTE’ pre-Ramadan workshop. The free workshop was an awareness program funded by The NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) which aims to educate...

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Walk for Respect in Lakemba

Multicultural Australia has celebrated the rejection of proposed changes to Section 18C of the Racial Discrimination Act by the Senate last week. Thousands of people from diverse backgrounds including mainstream Australians gathered on Friday evening 31 March at Haldon Street in Lakemba and walked to Perry Park in a show of respect for all and community harmony against hate speech and bigotry. The Walk for Respect, an initiative of Mr Tony Burke, Labor Member for Watson and Shadow Minister for Citizenship and Multicultural Australia, is an annual event, first organised in 2014. In a jubilant atmosphere of friendship, people...

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The Hijab is not a fashion statement

The boundaries of Islamic modest clothing have become blurred over the past few decades, primarily in the West due to the controversial ideology of modest hijab fashion input in our daily lives. The idea behind modest clothing becoming a fashion statement seems to be taken too far. And that’s understandable, in an era where money and power are above all principals of humanity, it’s only natural for large companies and global business owners to use the booming Muslim market to their advantage. A figure of $230 billion (USD) was spent on clothing by Muslim consumers worldwide, making the Muslim...

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Muslims feeding the needy in Sydney CBD

Several Muslim organisations in the suburbs of western Sydney have spared precious time serving the homeless in our community, a small part of humanity. Sydney- based Islamic organisation Muslims feeding the needy have formed a small group of Muslim volunteers to help the homeless and needy in Sydney by providing them with complementary food and drinks. The Four Muslim men who started the project in 2014 are continuously dedicating their Monday nights to help the homeless by sharing with them food and drinks. Every Monday afternoon, the MFN team travel around the suburbs of Western Sydney to pick up...

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april, 2018

28apr10:30 am- 12:30 pmPre-Ramadan Mini Market Ladies Event (Limited Tickets)Ladies Only

28apr7:00 pm- 10:00 pm3rd Annual Fundraising Dinner

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