Why Are Regular Breast Screens So Important?

16. March, 2015ActivitiesNo comments

You are all invited to Parramatta City Library to attend our informative and essential seminar about Breast Cancer. Every woman should attend this session to be aware and alert.

Why Are Regular Breast Screens So Important? Come and hear the answer from our great speaker Mary Prince. Mary will share her knowledge with us on Saturday March 21. More

Ramadan End Celebrations Message from Grand Mufti of Australia

28. July, 2014Activities, Islamic Articles, NewsNo comments

Statement from the Office of His Eminence The Grand Mufti Of Australia for Ramadan end celebrations 28 July, 2014…. More

Peace Prayer Harmony Day

21. September, 2013Activities, Islamic Articles, NewsNo comments

St David’s Uniting Church
454 Pacific Hwy (Cnr Provincial Rd), Lindfield, NSW, Australia


Assalaam Alaikum – Peace be upon you


“Bismillah Hir Rahmani Raheem.

Allahumma antassalam wa minkassalam wa alaika yarjessalam, hayyena rabbana bissalame wa’adkhilna darassalame tabarakta rabbana wa ta’alaita ya zaljalal-i-walikkram”.Ameen


In the name of God, the beneficent the merciful.

O Allah! You are Peace personified; you are the source of Peace for all other creatures; Peace always turns towards Thee. O Creator and Sustainer! Keep us alive with peace, and let us enter the Home of Peace (Paradise). O Lord! O possessor of awe and honour! You are sublime and bounteous. So be it O’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.

Dr.Ameer Ali’s Address to the Muslim Women Conference

23. October, 2010ActivitiesOne comment

My Dear Sisters and Brothers

At the outset I must confess that I am a controversial person. I say things that many, especially those in the orthodox camp of Islamic thought, will find difficult to digest. But my thoughts are the product of long years of research and reading and are intended to create critical thinking about our received wisdom. My views on Muslim women represent the yearnings of a person who wants to see the one half of the Muslim community, which is also responsible for bringing up the other one half to this world, liberate itself from centuries of male dominance, deprivation, and discrimination imposed by a patriarchal culture championed by an orthodox clergy.

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Muslim Women Making A Difference Towards An Integrated Society

22. October, 2010ActivitiesNo comments

Men and women from the members of the Australian community and dignitaries who have strong affiliations with the Muslim community participated on the first day of the conference.  The program commenced with the traditional ‘Welcome to the Country’ by Aunty Kerry Lennis.

This was followed by recital of Surah Rahman by Imam Abdul Kader of Guildford Mosque.

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Muslim Women’s National Network of Australia, Inc.

27. May, 2009ActivitiesNo comments

Report for the period 2008 to 2009 

MWNNA’s goals and objectives are to:

  1. improve Muslim women’s capacity to represent their interests in Australia, particularly in relation to gender disadvantage and discrimination;
  2. enhance understanding of governance issues including accountability and transparency;
  3. improve networks and alliances between MWNNA , Muslim women and other women’s organisations;
  4. participate in interfaith dialogue.
  5. promote a positive image of Muslim Women in Australia.

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25. May, 2009ActivitiesNo comments

  • Networking between Muslim women of all ethnic groups throughout Australia. MWNNA has close contacts with Muslim women ’s groups interstate & overseas.
  • Representing the views of Muslim women to Federal, State and Local Government and to government agencies throughout Australia; helping to bridge the cultural gap between Muslim and non-Muslim communities and between communities and government agencies.
  • Holding information workshops and seminars to inform Muslims and non-Muslims of religious and cultural issues which affect Muslim women in Australia. Hosting local and overseas speakers to advise and inform participants about the Islamic view on topical issues.

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