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NSW Modern Slavery laws at risk

World-leading laws to tackle modern slavery could be at risk of being watered down or even dumped under the scope of a review into the legislation announced by the NSW Government, prominent Australian organisations have warned on Wednesday 7 August. Dr Ibrahim Abu Mohamed,The Mufti of Australia with Hajjeh Maha Abdo of Muslim Women Organisation and Mrs Mehar Ahmad from Seena Incorporated have supported the statement regarding this matter released by Oxfam Australia, Stop the Traffik, Baptist World Aid Australia, War on Slavery, Human Rights Law Centre, (HRLC), Australian Lawyers for Human Rights and Australian Catholic Religious Against Trafficking in...

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Al Amanah College: Expression of Interest

Al Amanah College is a non-selective co-educational, Islamic faith-based School, operating in two campuses, Bankstown (K-6) and Liverpool (K-12). The School is committed to pursuing academic excellence and the fostering of individual abilities in a caring and competitive educational environment. The College motto ‘Success Through Knowledge’ has a powerful and continuing message for the school’s community to achieve success by acquiring the necessary knowledge and skills. Al Amanah College has developed quite rapidly during the past few years having a major impact on the Australian Muslim community. Al Amanah College provides a comprehensive teaching program that caters for a...

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AMUST Style Checklist for Writers

Version 1 updated Tuesday 13 August 2019 AMUST has developed a comprehensive style manual AMUST Style Guide (ASG) and a summarised version, AMUST Style Checklist (ASC), to be used for writers for their on-line submissions on AMUST multimedia platform. —Advertisements Specific writing conventions used in AMUST  Headlines/ section headings: Sentence case not Title Case First Para: In bold: With most important information; main item with facts, date, place. Use of Bold/Italics: Avoid bold/italics in the text of the article Punctuations: Do not use full stops: Mr not Mr. Date: Wednesday 28 January 2013 Time: 8 am or 8.30 pm Spellings: As much as possible Australian English Title of People: Use Mr for males and Ms for females avoiding Br, Sr. Quotations: Quotes should be with within quotation marks: He said, “…….” or “……..,” Mr Ahmad said. Islamic Terminologies: Use English script only: Avoid Arabic/other script especially for the print version of the paper. Use italics for Islamic words not commonly used in the English language. Keep simple spellings for transliterated words without apostrophe or dashes. For Allah don’t add any additional words. For Prophet’s name, Mohammad use (s) for Sallallahu Alaihe Wasallam: Mohammad (s). For name other prophet’s names use (a) Alaihissalam Musa (s). For Sahabause (r), Radiallah anh: Ali (r). All submissions must be made through uploading of text/images and photos to AMUST online wordpress system and before submitting your article please...

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Human rights survey of Muslim Australians

Do you have a spare 15 minutes? Take part in an important national survey Share your experiences of Islamophobia, race hate, and discrimination. Click on this link and take part: https://tinyurl.com/o26ozmusAdvertisements The Australian Human Rights Commission is conducting a national survey. It will gather data and intelligence from Australian Muslims about community strengths, priorities and concerns, and suggestions how communities can be supported. The survey: takes about 15 minutes to complete is anonymous and confidential will remain open until 26 August 2019 is available in Arabic, Dari, English and Urdu. You and your families, colleagues and communities should complete the...

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‘Dunya Rang Rangili’ launched in Sydney

Prominent Urdu-Australian writer, Mr Tariq Mahmood Mirza, launched his latest book ‘Dunya Rang Rangeeli’ at a local restaurant in Sydney, Australia on Sunday 14 July 2019. The event, attended by many literary personalities from all over Sydney, Canberra, and Wollongong, was hosted by the prolific poetess, Ms Huma Mirza and presided over by Dr Raees Alvi, while special guests included the Consular General of Pakistan, Mr Abdul-Majid Yousafani and Councillor of Blacktown Council, Mr Maninder Singh. Prof Akhlaq Gilani, Prof Abbas Zaidi, Dr Shabbir Haidar and Dr Muhammad Ali presented riveting and thought-provoking essays on ‘Dunya Rang Rangeeli’.Advertisements Subsequently,...

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