Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Australia extends Eid-Greetings (a day that marks the completion of the month of Ramadan) to all Muslims and fellow Australians. 

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Association Australia extends its heartiest Eid-Greetings to all Muslims and fellow Australians and prays for the development and prosperity of our beloved homeland Australia.

Ahmadiyya Muslim mosques in Australia will be open to public and we invite members of the general public to join us on this blessed day of prayers and reflection.

More than 2000 members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in NSW are expected to join in celebrating Eid-ul-Fitr on Wednesday 6 of July 2016 at Bait-ul-Huda (House of Guidance) mosque, Sydney.

Eid-ul-Fitr is a festival that marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan. Muslims around the world celebrate this joyous day to give thanks for the blessings of fasting. They wear new clothing, cook delicious food and invite friends and neighbours to celebrate with them. Fasting during Ramadan inspires sympathy for the hungry and needy, and encourages Muslims to donate generously to the poor.

The National President of the Community, Imam I. H. Kauser said:

“By the grace of Allah we were able to enjoy the blessings of the holy month of Ramadan and to reflect on the bounties of His mercy upon us. I extend my heartiest Eid Mubarak to all Australian Muslims and fellow Australian. As we celebrate this day we must remember poor and needy in our charities. We must meet our neighbours and friends on this day. May this Eid bring peace and prosperity for our country and for the whole world.”

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Source/Credit: AMA Australia