Author: usman-malik

IFAM hosts Iftaar in Queanbeyan

  The Islamic Forum for Australian Muslims (IFAM) invited a number of guests from the local council, police and religious leaders in an Iftaar dinner on 27 May in Queanbeyan library Hall. Mayor of Queanbeyan, Palerang Regional Council, Cr Tim Overall, Monaro Police District Superintendent Paul Condon and Rev Dr John Squires from Queanbeyan Uniting Church were among the attendees. IFAM-ACT chapter organised this event in a bid to give a friendly gesture to community living in the surrounding neighbourhood and to say thank you for their ongoing support to the community. IFAM President Mr Rais Khan welcomed the distinguished guests...

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IFAM organises table tennis competition

Islamic Forum for Australian Muslims (IFAM), Rooty Hill has been organising table tennis competitions for the youth every year. This year the youth table tennis competition was held at Australian Islamic college of Sydney (AICS), Mount Druitt. There were 32 players who participated in the competition in a warm and enthusiastic way. Brother Rab Nawaz, IFAM President in Rooty Hill,  and Brother Fiaz Qureshi, IFAM Vice president in Rooty Hill, supervised all activities and helped in the successful conclusion of this competition. All the winners were awarded trophies by the chief guest Mr Masoud Cheema, chairman of AICS. He...

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Dedicated educationist Waqas Jaffri visits Australia

 A renowned figure in the education sector of Pakistan Syed Waqas Anjum Jaffri visited Australia on the invitation of Islamic Forum for Australian Muslims (IFAM) in May 2019. Mr Jaffri is the CEO of Dar-e-Arqam school group which has more than 650 campuses located in many different cities of Pakistan. Dar-e-Arqam schools are a great help to middle-class society of Pakistan who strives for quality education at affordable prices. Mr Jaffri is also the director of Al-Ghazali education trust which is quite well known in Pakistan for its broad range of educational services. Al Ghazali trust arranges and supervises...

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IFAM hosts suburban Iftars in Sydney

Like every year IFAM hosted Iftar festivities for the local community in different suburbs of Sydney this year. A large number of families turned out to attend these blissful gatherings. Iftars were arranged in the suburbs of Rooty Hill, Bankstown and Campbelltown by the IFAM chapters (Halaqa’s) in those areas. IFAM President Mr Rais Khan had instructed all its local chapters to arrange Iftar festivities brothers and sisters, most of whom are living away from their families away from home in this foreign country. “It is also a great service to earn maximum reward from Allah by serving others...

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