Health Seminars for 2020

20. April, 2020Activities, Islamic Articles, NewsNo comments

The following seminars have been scheduled for this year at the Parramatta City Library from 11.30 am to 1.00 pm, on Saturdays:

  • February 22nd – Stress & Meditation
  • March 28th       – Dementia*
  • June 20th         – Arthritis
  • August 22nd     – Cardiovascular Disease
  • October 17th     – Fatty Liver
  • December 5th   – Happy Healthy Ageing

March 28th has been postponed due to Coronavirus, COVID-19

Hopefully we will be able to carry on from June.


20. April, 2020Activities, Islamic Articles, NewsNo comments

Coronavirus – COVID-19 PANDEMIC  



  • Wash your hands regularly (soap or sanitizer)
  • Stay home if you are sick
  • Keep your distance: practice social (compassionate) distancing, self-isolation if showing symptoms
  • Limit face to face meetings
  • More…


Emotional and Mental Health

Look out for each other, and use outside resources if you need them.

  1. Your GP can provide front line mental health care and refer to other services.
  2. Lifeline offers telephone counselling 24 hours a day. Call 13 11 14.
  3. Go to the Commonwealth and NSW health websites for information about other mental health services.
Information in English and community languages about the virus and how to protect yourselves NSW Health (English language)

NSW Health translated resources

Federal Dept. of Health resources (English)

Federal Dept. of Health translated resources


Pan Pacific and Southeast Asian Women’s Association (PPSEAWA)

23. September, 2017Activities, Islamic Articles, NewsNo comments

Pan Pacific and Southeast Asian Women’s Association (PPSEAWA)

A Report on Christian-Muslim Relations in Australia, 2017 – By Rev Dr Patrick McInerney

MWNNA takes part annually in the United Nations International Day of Peace

21. September, 2017Activities, Islamic Articles, NewsNo comments

MWNNA takes part annually in the United Nations International Day of Peace, Interfaith Prayer Service on 21 September at the Lindfield Uniting Church, 454 Pacific Highway Lindfield NSW.

The peace ceremony was presided by Rev. Mary Pearson.  UN representative, Dr Zeny Edwards read the peace message, and the Mayor of Ku-ring-gai, Councillor Jennifer Anderson gave her commentary.  The choir song, “A Blessing” by Jay Althouse was sung by students from  Newington College, and Choir song “For the “beauty of the earth” and “Look at the world” were sung by the Knox & Ravenswood schools’ combined choir Thirteen major religious faith groups took part in this event – Aboriginal, Bahai, Brahma Kumaris, Buddhist, Catholic, Christian Scientist, Hindu Council, Islam, Jews, Sikh, Sufi, Uniting Church, Zoroastrian. After the prayers, Elif-Nur Tor spoke about the religion of Islam, which means peace, and current turmoil carried out in the name of Islam is NOT the preaching of Islam. Hundreds of Candles were lit representing all the nations of the world, in contemplation for Peace in each of those countries.

The following Islamic Peace Prayer was recited by Zubeda Raihman:  


Asalaamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahe Wa Baraktahu  

“Bismillah-hir-rahman ni Raheem. Allahumma antassalaam, wa minkassalaam, wa Alaika yerjessalaam. Hayyena rabbana bissalame waádhkilna darassalaame tabarakta rabbana wa taälaita ya zaljalal-i-walikram” Ameen.  


In the name of God, the beneficent the merciful.  

Oh Allah! You are peace personified; you are the source of peace for all other creatures; peace always turns towards Thee. Oh Creator and Sustainer! keep us alive with peace, and let us enter the Home of Paradise. Oh Lord! Oh Possessor of awe and honor! You are sublime and bounteous. So be it Oh Lord.  

Islam religion of peace – Sayings of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)  

“You will not enter Paradise until you believe,  And you will not believe, until you love one another, And you will not love one another until you promote peace among you.  Silent reflection: “Let peace fill our hearts, our world and our universe.”


28. June, 2015ActivitiesNo comments

MWNNA in association with Faith and Environment Network creating ecological awareness and care.


Ramadan Greetings 18 Jun, 2015 – 17 Jul, 2015

18. June, 2015Activities, Islamic Articles, NewsNo comments

Bismillah arRahman arRaheem

To Our Very Dear Brothers and Sisters in Islam

Assalamu Alaykum wa Rahmatullah wa Barakatuh



By the Grace and Mercy of Allah Most High, we have been blessed to see another Ramadan – to feel the joy of this wonderful, special time which

has been celebrated through the Islamic ages.

Although every Ramadan is special, somehow there is something even more special this year – it is the first year, in our memory at least, where those who

go by the moon sighting and those who favour scientific methods are as one!   Indeed, Allah has made it easy for us – praise be to Him for His Mercy.

Insha’Allah may its beauty, its healing power, and its miracle of uniting the Ummah, be witnessed by us all.

Surely none of us knows how long our time upon this Earth may be, whether long or short, this knowledge is with Allah Alone –

How splendid then that we have this time to start afresh.  It does not mean that our trials will not be great, as this era is one of pain,

But with every pain Allah is there to comfort, with every blow He is there to uplift, if we will but call upon Him:

“When My servants ask thee concerning Me, I am indeed close (to them); I listen to the prayer of every supplicant when he calleth upon Me:

Let them also, with a will, Listen to My call, and believe in Me: That they may walk in the right way” Surah Al Baqarah (2) 186.

It is no error that this beautiful Qur’anic promise is within the verses relating to Ramadan – it is very special.

Again – Ramadan Mubarak

Fi Aman Allah


From Ali and Shifa Mustapha Members of Muslim Womens’ National Network of Australia with our congratulations;

our best wishes, duahs for all, and many thanks for the love and kindness so many of you given to us,

May your rewards with Allah be Great