Author: shafqat-ali


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Exploring your talents early

Exploring your talents early

“What should I do with my life?”   It happens often when you do not pick the right learning path leading to a decent career start that you dreamt of for yourself.   Let’s deal with this question in young age when you are in high school (year 9-12) deciding on your electives and majors. This is the time you want to make a decision as to “what should I do with my life”.Advertisements Before coming towards the solution box I want to quote Ayah from the Quran, Where Allah says in fourth ayat of 95th sura; SurahTin, “No...

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Secure your IT

Run through this check list to make sure your computers, data and IT related services are secure while you are away and also functioning the same way on your return, or continue to function whilst you are away.   Backup Create a full backup of important files and information to an external source and store it off-site or in cloud, away from your business. Include information that may be stored on desktops, laptops and servers.Advertisements Out-Of-Office Reply  Set an out of office reply on your last day in Outlook or Web Mail like Gmail etc. to let your contacts and customers...

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Saarban centres for organised Daawah

Sarban Masajid projects under the patronage of Islamic Forum for Australian Muslims (IFAM) is playing a key role in organised daawah work and rendering valuable services to the Australian community at large. All the three masajid in Bankstown, Campbelltown and Queanbean were highly active during the month of Ramadan. In addition to 20 rakaat Taraweeh prayers with Khatm-e-Quran, regular lectures and innovative activities were organised at all venues in order to get youth involved in living Islam. IFAM from its very formation concentrated on three major aims in order to carry out organised Daawah work in Australia namely close...

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Ramadan Diary Program: A great success

This year, Ramadan Diary was also run from Bankstown Masjid along with Campbelltown Masjid starting with “Welcome to Ramadan”.  Youth were invited to perform in activities such as Quran Recitation, Nasheed, Presentations, Speeches and Adhan Competitions. They were given the Ramadan Diary in which they recorded their activities such as Fasting, Prayer, Reciting Quran, Helping their Parents etc during Ramadan. The Programme coordinator went on air with SBS radio to make community aware about the programme. More than 150 youth from both Masajid participated in the program. This year Ramadan Diary Program had more resources and freedom to expand...

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Intensive activities at mosques during Ramadan

Traditionally mosques become intensive centres of Islamic activity during the month of Ramadan. In addition to daily prayers and Taraweeh prayers, Iftar parties, quranic classes and a number of educational and social activities are organised during the month of fasting Relatively the newly established Bankstown and Campbelltown mosques under the management of Islamic Forum for Australian Muslims (IFAM) and Saarban Islamic Trust held Taraveeh prayers during Ramadan where the whole of the Quran was recited. Dr Waliullah Bokhari led the Taraweeh prayers at the Bankstown mosque with celebration of Khatme-Quran on Sat 26 July while the celebrations of Khatme...

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