Australia: Stockleigh Ahmadiyyas to host Mosque open day on Saturday 25 Oct 2016, 1:10 p.m.

The Ahmadiyya Community are willing contributors to the local community regularly taking part in blood drives for the Red Cross as well as events such as Australia Day, Anzac Day and Clean-up Australia Day.

Ahmadiyya Muslims from the Baitual Masroor Mosque in Stockleigh will take part in  ‘National Mosque Open Day’ on Saturday with the mosque open for the public for the entire day.

The Mosque will be open for tours and a question and answer session will also be held as well as light refreshments, books and literature will also be available on the day for people to take home.

National Mosque Open Day, is an initiative adopted by the Australian Government as part of National Day of Unity in 2015 to celebrate diversity and to bring communities together.

Members of the public can visit the Baitul Masroor Mosques at 1 Neville Road Stockleigh between 9am till 5pm on Saturday.

The Ahmadiyya Community are willing contributors to the local community regularly taking part in blood drives for the Red Cross as well as events such as Australia Day, Anzac Day and Clean-up Australia Day.

Earlier this year the community distributed 500,000 Muslims for loyalty leaflets across the country as part of a campaign to remind Muslims across Australia that they must be loyal to Australia and its laws as part of their faith.

They also host and take part in interfaith harmony days on a regular basis.

You can learn more about the Ahmadiyya Community at http://www.ahmadiyya.org.au/

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