Author: alsu-kurlow

Eid Show Got Talent 2019

The Eid Show Got Talent 2019 organised by the charity Human Appeal Australia was held on Saturday night 8  June at Bankstown Showground in Condell Park. Young Muslims showcased their amazing skills and talents in singing, Quran recitation, poetry, martial arts and other performances. Thousands of visitors came to the annual Eid Show to celebrate the end of the fasting month of Ramadan in a family-friendly environment, enjoying an array of thrilling rides, entertaining stage shows and games, fireworks, delicious street food and fun for all. During the talent show, children performed exceptionally well in front of a large...

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HAI sponsors school Iftar dinners for caring and sharing

It was amazing to see so many students, teachers, staff and supportive parents from all backgrounds together in the spirit of sharing and community at our local schools in Sydney during Iftar dinners in the fasting month of Ramadan. Guests from numerous schools and community groups including those of different faith traditions learned more about each other and shared a meal over warm conversations. Every year, several Iftars are hosted where Muslims break their fast, together with non-Muslims sharing their meal and unite as a school community. This experience of coming together is much needed in our time. On...

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HAI provides 3 Ambulances Syrian Refugees

HAI provides 3 Ambulances Syrian Refugees

Mr Bashar Al-Jamal, director of Human Appeal Australia presented three ambulances to the Jordanian Army for the service of Syrian refugees on Monday 5 of September 2016. The official hand-over ceremony took place at Mafraq, northeast of the Jordanian capital Amman, near the Jordanian-Syrian border region and where the event was attended by Australian Ambassador to Jordan, Mr Miles Armitage. Since the beginning of the Syrian conflict, millions of people have fled the country. According to the UNHCR as at 18 September 2016 there were 656,400 Syrian refugees in Jordan. Thousands of these refugees have been stranded at the...

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Qurbani for Faiza – reaching out to the poor

Faiza is a 12-year-old girl living in Somalia, the second born in a family of six. She has spent her entire life in this part of the world, ravaged by war for the last two decades. Apart from the destruction, the war has deprived her of her parents prematurely and now she has to look after her four younger siblings. On a good day, they may be able to afford a meal for either lunch or dinner. And that would be due to the collective efforts of four sisters and two brothers. Literally, it is a life of hand-to-mouth....

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Local schools share the spirit of Ramadan

For the very first time this year, Human Appeal International Australia sponsored Ramadan Iftar  dinners at a number of Sydney schools including Birrong Boys High School, Belmore Boys High School, Homebush Boys High School and Unity Grammar College. The events were a great success with more than one thousand people in attendance. Although Human Appeal is mainly focussed on fighting poverty and providing relief aid around the world, it is also actively and consistently involved within the local community. The Iftar dinners were not restricted to only those of the Islamic faith but were used as opportunities to share...

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