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Young Performers shine at Eid Show Got Talent

Mariam Nagi, laptop draw winner with Mohammad Shokrany and Hamoudi. By: Alsu Kurlow Source: MuslimVillage Human Appeal Australia hosted their Eid Show Got Talent on August the 17th, 2019. There were around 30 performers this year showcasing their amazing skills and talents in singing, Quran recitation, poetry, martial arts and other performances. Every act brought something unique and showcased the wide variety of talent we have in our communities. Raghda Assoum, Omar Mohammad, Syda Hossein, Narmeen Sherif, Ahmed Assoum, and Hind Ibrahim HAA Volunteers. The Eid Show Got Talent Segment allows children from within the community, to have the opportunity to present their talents on the main...

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Malaysia: Halal trade event expected to break records

By: Japan Times Source: Japan Times When the Malaysia International Halal Showcase (MIHAS) opens in Kuala Lumpur on April 3, it will follow in the hope of topping last year’s phenomenally successful event. 2018 was the 15th iteration of the halal industry’s largest global event that attracted 778 exhibitors from 32 countries (a 35 percent increase over 2017), welcomed around 21,000 trade visitors from 72 countries and resulted in trade worth approximately $370 million — a 50 percent increase compared to 2017. This year’s event is aimed to rewrite the record books once again. MIHAS 2019 expects some 1,000 exhibitors and is estimated to draw about 30,000 visitors from around the globe,...

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Dubai: Companies hope to make $90 million in halal markets

By: Janina C. Lim Source: Business World PHILIPPINE companies joined a Dubai trade show this month to expand their exposure to the Middle Eastern and North African halal markets, the Department of Trade and Industry said. The Gulfood trade show, an annual expo for the food and hospitality industries in the United Arab Emirates, held at the Dubai World Trade Centre on Feb. 17 to 21, attracted the participation of 25 Philippine companies, according to a statement issued on Wednesday by the Department of Trade and Industry’s Center for International Trade Expositions and Missions (DTI-CITEM). Their offerings include processed fruits and vegetables, marine products, and coconut products. The...

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