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June 17 2011 – SYD – Fundraising Dinner – “Muslims as Agents of Change: Inheritors of the Prophet”


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“Muslims as Agents of Change: Inheritors of the Prophet”


Fundraising Dinner: $50/person. Purchase tickets HERE NOW!

The Bellevue Bankstown (Lopez Lane, Bankstown),

Friday 17th June, 2011

7:00pm

Please kindly note that children under the age of 12 are advised not to attend.

 

Featuring Anas Altikriti:

 

Br Anas Altikriti has lived in the UK since 1970 and is the former president of the Muslim Association of Britan. He is a post-graduate lecturer in Translation and Interpreting studies and is the founder and current CEO of ‘The Cordoba Foundation‘.

Br Anas was a leading figure of the ‘Global Anti-War’ movement which organised and led a 2 million person demonstration in London against the Iraq war in February 2003. He also helped negotiate the release of hostages in Iraq in 2005. Br Anas Altikriti is a TV presenter and media commentator to a number of international media outlets such as ‘The Guardian‘, ‘Al-Jazeera‘, ‘South African Mercury’ and others.

 

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About us & our project:

After almost four decades of serving the community, the Australian Islamic Mission is in a unique position to deliver a significant asset to the Australian Muslim community.

With your support the Australian Islamic Mission has been able to complete the purchase and acquisition of several properties on Matthews St Punchbowl, but now we need to take the next steps and make this project a reality.

 


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