Baitul Huda Mosque, Sydney
Baitul Huda Mosque Sydney, Australia
|Location||Marsden Park (Sydney)
The first missionaries, Mr. Shakil Ahmad Munir and his wife, Mrs. Naima Munir, came to Australia on 5 July 1985. The Ahmadiyya Jamaat in Australia was registered as the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association of Australia Inc. on 7 September 1987.
In 2008, an extension hall was constructed to celebrate the centenary of Khilafat (successors who led the organisation).
Ahmadiyya Muslim Association Australia national spokesman Aziz Omer said, "We are loyal to Australia and we want our kids to be loyal to Australia", with association members delivering 500,000 Loyalty to Homeland leaflets. Australia Day celebrations at the mosque includes a flag-raising ceremony, the singing of the national anthem and a barbecue.
- Baitul Huda (disambiguation)
- Islam in Australia
- Islamic schools and branches
- List of mosques in Oceania
- List of Ahmadiyya buildings and structures
Ahmadiyya Muslim Mosque in Victoria, also known as Bait-Ul-Salam, serves as a community center and is located in suburb Langwarrin.
- Historie Ahmadiyya in Australia Archived 2008-07-19 at the Wayback Machine.
- Bianchi, Camille (27 December 2015). "Ahmadiyya Muslim minority find religious freedom in Australia". SBS. Retrieved 1 January 2016.
- Fahy, Patrick (18 January 2016). "Mosque opens its doors for Australia Day celebrations". Blacktown Sun. Retrieved 21 January 2016.
- Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat Australia
- Photo of the Mosque on 22nd National Annual Gathering, Australia 2005
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