Open Day at Muslim Lawn, Kemp’s Creek Cemetery

An Open Day was held on Saturday 8 September at Muslim Lawn, Kemp’s Creek Cemetery attended by a large number of Muslims, both men and women representing Sydney’s multicultural community.  Two busloads of middle and mature aged  men and women from the Afghan community were were joined by members of the Indonesian Islamic Association, the Islamic Association of Western Sydney (Rooty Hill Mosque), the Hills Awqaf Trust, Quakers Hill Mosque, the Malaya association from Arncliffe (Masjid Darul IMAAN) and Dee Why Mosque arrived to take part in the inauguration of the Muslim Lawn. In front of the prayer and ablution facility...

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