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Oct24

Human Appeal Australia and partners present $75,000 cheque to Bankstown Lidcombe Hospital Birthing Unit

By: Alsu Kurlow Source: MuslimVillage On Saturday the 19th of October 2019, Human Appeal Australia with support of the Sydney Muslim Cyclists and community organisations held a Family Fun Day at the Australian National Sports Club in Parry Park for the support of Bankstown-Lidcombe Hospital. Mr Bashar Al-Jamal the director of the Human Appeal Australia presented a monumental cheque of $75,000 to the General manager of the Bankstown-Lidcombe Hospital, Mr Peter Rophail for their anticipated purchase of a new Ultrasound and Telemetry machine for the birthing unit. Obstetrics Department and Nursing Manager Dr Karen Harris and Birthing Unit Manager Ronia Awick were also on hand to receive the...

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Oct20

Locals affected with collapse of Turkey-Syria cease-fire

By: Heather Murdock Source: VOA News QAMSESHLI, SYRIA – A smattering of celebratory bullets lit up the sky like fireworks in towns in northeastern Syria on Thursday night, but by Friday afternoon the mood was more somber. The terms of the five-day cease-fire were becoming more clear. The Turkish pause in hostilities was contingent upon Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces moving farther back from the border, which SDF forces have said they will not do. On Friday evening, the SDF released a statement declaring the cease-fire had failed. “Attacks with artillery fire, tanks, heavy weapons and airstrikes continued nonstop,” reads the statement. “As legitimate...

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Oct01

Human Appeal Australia and partners raise funds for Bankstown Lidcombe Hospital Birthing Unit

Sydney Muslim Cyclists Charity ride By: Alsu Kurlow Source: MuslimVillage On Sunday the 29th of September 2019, Human Appeal Australia & Sydney Muslim Cyclists held a community event including a charity ride followed by a free sausage sizzle at Bankstown-Lidcombe Hospital. The event aimed at raising funds for the Birthing unit at the hospital as a part of a designated campaign organised by Human Appeal Australia to raise the required funds. The charity ride started at 6.00 am from the Hospital with approximately 80 cyclists joined by Mr Jihad Dib, MP; Clr. Bilal El-Hayek, Deputy Mayor of the City of Canterbury Bankstown. The event was attended by the hospital’s management and...

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