Author: usman-malik

Charity Australia International raises $350,000 in pledges

Charity Australia International (CAI) is an organisation engaged in helping and supporting activities for almost 15 years now. In annual fund raising dinner held on Saturday April 13, 2019, Brother Wajahat Rana, Chairman of CAI, gave a brief outlook of its activities. He told the audience that about $72,000 AUD were spent on orphan care last year. He said that every year they were taking more kids under their care.

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Christchurch attack: Swift response by IFAM and CAI

In the wake of the Christchurch tragedy, Muslims from all over the world rushed to New Zealand for support. There were delegations from Australia,  US, Canada, UK and many other countries pouring in to show their solidarity and to extend their support to the families of victims. Islamic forum for Australian Muslims (IFAM) and Charity Australia International (CAI) were not left behind and a high-level delegation comprising of Dr Kashif Aziz, vice president of IFAM, Mr Usaid Khalil, Secretary General of IFAM and Mr Wajahat Rana, Chairman of CAI, landed in Christchurch within a few days after the incident. Mr  Khurram...

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How to become a PRIME Muslim: IFAM family camp

The highly popular annual IFAM family camp was held at Fitzroy Falls from Friday 29 to Sunday 31 March 2019 encompassing relaxation and fun as well as spiritual nourishment. Every year Islamic forum for Australian Muslims organises a family camp so that all family members can benefit the social and Islamic activities. It develops greater interactions and friendship among families along the lines of enhancing their Islamic knowledge. The campsite is chosen to be away from the hustle and bustle of city life where relaxed and peaceful environment refreshes the minds of individuals therefore they can have more focus...

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IFAM-Charity Australia food stall for the homeless

Charity Australia, a subsidiary organisation of IFAM, organised the distribution of food containers to the homeless people of Sydney. It is a known fact that homeless people of Sydney often take the temporary shelter in parks around Sydney CBD. A team of 12 volunteers from IFAM- Rooty Hill chapter traveled all the way to Martin place and put a food stall in the centre of the city. Food stall carried chicken, rice, tuna fish, fruit and water bottles.Advertisements The team of IFAM volunteers were extremely happy and satisfied to serve the homeless people in this hour of need. They were...

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Maulana Islahi’s public lecture in Sydney

The Islamic Forum for Australian Muslims (IFAM) a public lecture by Maulana Yusuf Islahi on Saturday 16 March at Granville Town Hall attended by a large number of people from all over Sydney. Maulana Mohammad Yusuf Islahi, 87 is a well known Islamic scholar of the sub-continent still very committed to visiting different places around the world to convey the message of Islam. He has written more than 80 books on many different topics. His book “ Adab-e-Zindagi”  is the most notable, renowned and distinguished in Islamic circles. Mr Usaid Khalil, the Secretary-General of IFAM while acting as the MC at...

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