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Amal Kassir performing in Sydney

International speaker and spoken word poet Amal Kassir will perform in the cultural hub of Western Sydney on Saturday 30 March at 6.30 pm at the Highline Venue in Bankstown. Tackling issues of identity, racism, and social injustices, Syrian-American poet Amal Kassir empowers audiences all around the world.  She has travelled nationally and internationally to perform her poetry and now; she is coming to Sydney. Sydney-siders will have the opportunity to attend the event on Saturday 30 March 2019 at 6.30 PM at the Highline Venue, 462 Chapel Rd, Bankstown. This event is a part of a tour hosted by Unity Grammar...

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Top Tweets MBS & China

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed said during meeting with Xi Jinping “China has the right to carry out anti-terrorism and de-extremization work for its national security.” -reported CCTV 7PM News. pic.twitter.com/TitJN1eIjM — Luz Ding (@luzdingyu) February 22, 2019 MBS throws a million Uighur Muslims in camps… under the bus. While *in* China. I should be surprised but I’m not. https://t.co/oq7jdistt4 — Mehdi Hasan (@mehdirhasan) February 22, 2019 Truly disgusting from British ally, Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, MBS – defending the use of concentration camps against Uighur Muslims: “China has the right to carry out anti-terrorism and de-extremization work for...

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Islamic schools in fundraising top 10 for medical research

They say that charity begins at home – but the generosity shown by Australian children over the last 12 months reveals that it may just begin at school! Jeans for Genes has released the Top 10 Fundraising Schools for 2018, and it shows that modern-day kids aren’t just sitting around playing video games – they are making a real difference in the lives of others by raising thousands of dollars to help the scientists at Children’s Medical Research Institute find cures for children with genetic diseases. It seems that the revelation during last year’s campaign that 1 in 20...

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Amity College celebrates its HSC 2018 results

On Thursday 21 February, Amity College held its annual HSC and ATAR Awards Ceremony to acknowledge and celebrate the outstanding achievements of the graduating class of 2018 in last year’s HSC. In 2018, one in every two Amity College graduates have got an ATAR score of 80+ and, one in every four Amity College graduates got 90+ ATAR scores.  Attended by the 2018 Graduates, their families and friends, the current Year 12 students, teachers and principals, as well as local and state politicians the awards ceremony saw generous prizes awarded to students who helped maintain a well-established tradition of academic...

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SAMAA cruise 2019 combines pleasure with knowledge

A large number of  Seniors, some of them accompanied with family members, hosted by SAMAA team members and volunteers filled the two storey Princess Cruises boat to its capacity on Sunday 17 February 2019 to enjoy the annual cruise event. As the boat cruised through the Sydney waters for three hours, starting at the Darling Harbour and touching the iconic spots of the Sydney Harbour and its many spectacles, the elderly enjoyed the scenic views intermingling with colleagues and friends. Mr Rauf Rizvi commenced the stage programme with a Naat. The cold breeze made it perfect weather as the...

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