Australia: Ahmadiyya Mosque to held annual dinner members of Parliament will also join

Jamat E Ahmadiyya Australia will organize a gathering of Ahmadiyya community on June 4 to bring the members of community closer. THE mosque at Marsden Park will host a Muslim Peace Symposium on Friday night, June 4 at 5pm.

More than 1000 people including Riverstone MP Kevin Conolly, Greenway MP Michelle Rowlands, Seven HIlls MP Mark Taylor and Berowra MP Phil Ruddock will be at the free event at the Bait-ul-Huda mosque.

Held by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association, the theme is ‘Justice, Love and Harmony; ingredients of a lasting peace in society’.
The National President of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Australia, Mr. I. H. Kauser said:

“Ahmadiyya Muslim Association Australia’s Annual Peace Symposium provides a unique platform to leaders of all faiths and of no faiths to sit under one roof, break the bread and discuss different ways and challenges in establishing lasting peace in our society. It is a unique gathering in a way that discusses only one theme and that is peace. We, the Ahmadi Muslims, are eager to learn and spread the message of peace and harmony which is important and crucial than it has ever been. Our objective is to bring communities together and making an alliance with the help of religious, secular and political leadership to establish peace and harmony in our society.”