National Mosque Open Day

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National Mosque Open Day (NMOD) is an annual, nationwide event in Australia, organised by the Lebanese Muslim Association, which sees mosques around the country hosting co-ordinated open days on the same date.[1][2][3][4][5]

The event first took place in 2014, occurring on 25 October, featuring nine participating mosques around Australia. National Mosque Open Day most recently took place on 31 October 2015, with fourteen participating mosques.

In 2015, National Mosque Open Day was prominently launched at Parliament House by the Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, the Opposition Leader Bill Shorten and the Greens Leader Richard Di Natale as part of National Day of Unity.[6][7][8][9][10][11]

National Mosque Open Day 2016 took place on October 29.[12]

National Mosque Open Day logo

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