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Islam is very strong where i live, we have many classes and lectures and the muslim community are very close, alhamdulillah.

Muslims are treated generally in a very good light, as most aussies are very accepting of difference, esp. around where i live because it is such a multicutural environment.

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Then, i think, it's timer for us to participate in:

MISSION STATEMENT AND GOALS

To develop relations between Australia and Indonesia by promoting greater mutual understanding and by contributing to the enlargement over the longer term of the areas of contact and exchange between the people of Australia and Indonesia.

GOALS

To promote in each country increased exposure to the other through media, educational, cultural, sporting and professional activities.

To create in Indonesia a nucleus of people with expertise in Australian affairs, especially current and future opinion leaders.

To create within Australia a wider range of people with knowledge about Indonesia, especially current and future opinion makers.

To portray Australia as culturally diverse, educationally, scientifically and technologically advanced and economically enterprising.

To increase understanding of and to improve access for Australians to the cultural diversity of Indonesian society.

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by those we can describe ( if not show ) muslimin do participate actively in the brotherhood ( i should say neighbourhood ? )

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Islam is very strong where i live, we have many classes and lectures and the muslim community are very close, alhamdulillah.

Muslims are treated generally in a very good light, as most aussies are very accepting of difference, esp. around where i live because it is such a multicutural environment.

And i have never been to england so i cant speak from exprience sorry sis.

InshaAllah i have answered ur questions okay...

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sis V

 

 

:D sis

 

do you live in Lakemba by any chance? Your descreption matches Lakemba well :D

 

Have you guys watched the news? how a lot of our brothers got captured? Inna Lillahi Wa Inna Lillahi Raji'uun :D A close friend of mine knew all the wives of those brothers! May Allah (SWT) protect us from our enemies...Ameen

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May Allah (SWT) protect us from our enemies...Ameen
Amin ya robbal 'alamin

Then, we should tighten our brotherhood by actively participating in:

MISSION STATEMENT AND GOALS

To develop relations between Australia and Indonesia by promoting greater mutual understanding and by contributing to the enlargement over the longer term of the areas of contact and exchange between the people of Australia and Indonesia.

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beside praying we should do something.

And in this case the governement of Australia do give a chance for us.

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PROGRAMS

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The policy of the Institute is to target groups and individuals in Australia and Indonesia who have an interest in a future relationship of substance with the other country, including through the enhancement of institutional links.

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Program allocations 2002-2003

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Any one ( group or individu ) interested ?

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Islam is very strong where i live, we have many classes and lectures and the muslim community are very close, alhamdulillah.

Muslims are treated generally in a very good light, as most aussies are very accepting of difference, esp. around where i live because it is such a multicutural environment.

And i have never been to england so i cant speak from exprience sorry sis.

InshaAllah i have answered ur questions okay...

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sis V

 

Masha Allah, that's great to hear sister!

 

Alhamdulilah, it's quiet oky doky where I live (it's not Lakimba by the way :D )

 

We actually have many facilities in spreading Islam, walhamdulilah.

 

That remind me... I came across the following and thought i'll post it in:

 

[introducing the AlKauthar Institute]

 

For the first time in Australia, we present to you, a new revolutionary Institute designed and developed to cater for the western muslim desiring to increase his/her knowledge of Islam. AlKauthar offers a fresh look at imparting classical Islamic knowledge through double weekend university level accredited courses that earn you credits towards a diploma or degree. Our courses are delivered in professional venues, with the latest technology, followed up via a student internet portal. There are exams at the end that test the student's grasp of the material. Our instructors are qualified and are simply brilliant, with years of experience at delivering intensive seminars in Australia and around the world.

 

In short:

 

If you have searched for years on end

Looking For something to revive your emaan

 

Something soothing, refreshing, pure

To charge, excite, engerise and cure

 

For that jannah in this life

Or an excuse for the day of strife

 

If you have been searching without success

For that with which to stand out from the rest

 

Then leap with joy; you're amongst friends

AlKauthar is where you search will end.

 

Are you ready for the rush?

 

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Please visit (www.)"you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.alkauthar(contact admin if its a beneficial link)"]you can't post links until you reach 50 posts_www.alkauthar(contact admin if its a beneficial link)[/url] for more information about our fantastic institute and our tantalising courses.

 

The AlKauthar Team

 

Masha Allah!!!

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INTER-FAITH PROGRAM

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The three Indonesian women who visited Australia under the Muslim Exchanges program pose with their escort in Canberra.

Printed with permission of The Canberra Times.

The Institute aims to promote greater understanding of the roles of religion in each other’s country.

Australia-Indonesia Muslim Exchanges Program

The Institute supported a series of visits to Australia by leading Indonesian Islamic community leaders under the Muslim Exchanges Program. Eight participants drawn from a broad range of Indonesian educational, political and non-governmental organisations visited Australia in three groups under this program during the year.

The five men and three women undertook varied programs including contact with local Australian Islamic organisations and educational institutions. Meetings were also organised with other religious leaders and with leading political figures, including the Governor-General and the Minister for Foreign Affairs.

The aim of these visits is to develop greater understanding within Australia of the moderate nature of mainstream Islam in Indonesia and better understanding within Indonesia of Australia’s tolerant, multicultural society.

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Australia and Islam a long history

Muslims in Australia have a long history. Some of Australia's earliest visitors, pre-dating European settlement, were Muslims from the east Indonesian archipelago. It is thought fishermen and traders from the island of Macassar had been visiting Australia's north from as early as the 16th century. However, the first significant semi-permanent Muslim population came in the .......... in the 1800s.

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Salam alaikum everyone.

Sis Guidance.. what is nawafel prayers? is nawafel an arabic word? Erm.. seems to me only Aussies are launching this thread eh?

 

What about Islamic Universities and courses in Australia? Which university has the biggest population of Muslim students? And which place is safe to make dakwah there? I mean, has there been a case where muslim being threatened or etc?

 

Salam alaikum.

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what is nawafel prayers?

 

Nawafel is the plural of nafl which is an arabic word. Nafl means means a voluntary act of Ibadah.

 

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Is anyone living in Sydney who could let us know whats happening over there with these riots? :D

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asalam alaikum...

 

lol, bit of a late reply here sis emel, :D

 

thankfully the riots ended ages ago, but i still feel tension around...

hope nothing else happens, the riots were really bad its shocking

 

anyone watch 60 minutes today?? or did anyone go to the discussion forum that held in syd bout the riots??

it was pretty good.

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As salamualikum

 

Ok folks who are we backing ? Green or Mundine?

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Assalamualikum

 

dont really like boxing...but with all the drama involved....i think mundine might win...he looks confident and stronger and the green fella just doesnt trash talk bach enough

Allahuwalam

 

Wasalam

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Hi everyone :D

I am from Perth Western Australia, where it is hot and sunny (even though it is winter) and the farmers have lost a lot of crops from water shortage.

I was really sad to hear about that school getting burned, I am not yet a Muslim, but I am really interested. I have been looking into schools for my daughter and the best by far is an Islamic college. This has further encouraged me to find out as much as I can about this religion. I am still thinking of sending my daughter there, but the news has made me a bit wary of it. I do not want my little girl to be discriminated against because of her belief or uniform, or anything at all. However, I also think that it may make her a stronger more tolerant person if she has any negative reaction. I am not 100% decided yet, but the crux of the matter is it is the best school I have found.

Sorry my post is so long, I haven't written here before - need to get it out of the system lol

Cheers

Carrie xx

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My name's Aisha Taslim, from Sydney, Australia, and a revert since Feb., 2004. I'm also a niqabi sister since January this year and wheelchair disabled. I stayed away from all the trouble spots during the riots here, and haven't had much in the way of trouble, despite being a niqabi. I get a few questions asked about Islam more than I did before I started wearing niqab.. People are generally pretty nice, really, even though it's a Dept. of Housing area.

I was married a second time to a Bangladeshi man, with a kind and caring nature. I have 4 children from my first marriage who are mostly all grown, of whom the 2 youngest live with their dad, and the 2 eldest live on their own... I live alone at the moment, 'cos my d/h had to go back to Bangladesh to apply for a spouse visa to come back here... I've been told it will take a couple of years, maybe 3 years but I'm hoping sooner, because he is my carer as well...

 

I'm hoping to make a couple of new friends on here, and I find it's a pretty informative forum.... Sorry if it's a bit long... :D

 

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Australia, my beloved. I stayed there for five years, at melbourne, wonderful city, wondrous country.

 

 

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I live alone at the moment, 'cos my d/h had to go back to Bangladesh to apply for a spouse visa to come back here... I've been told it will take a couple of years, maybe 3 years but I'm hoping sooner, because he is my carer as well...

 

Bismi Allah

Salaam.

 

thanks sis for sharing ur story. why don't u go to Bangladesh & join ur husband there ? In Islam , it's not encouraged for a couple to stay seperately for long 3 years.

 

May Allah bless u.

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Assalamu 'Alaikum wr wb,

 

Australia is getting worse now, time for the us Muslims living here to make hijrah insha'Allah. Especially considering the statements the Pm as been making lately about how he wants all Muslims to adopt the "Australian culture" which obviously means becoming a beer drinker, a slave to men (i.e. wearing mini skirts...etc) and the likes. Australia (well especially in Sydney) is not like how it used to be before!

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AHHHHHHHHHHH my neighbours! good ol' aussies! :D

 

How many of you have heard of the the Al-Ghazzali Centre (For Islamic science and human development)

 

Come on Aussies, check out their website :

 

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also check out :

 

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