Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Australia: Ahmadiyya Muslims part of Anzac Day 2017 dawn services


“We’re Muslims and we firmly believe that love for your country is part of your faith, to show solidarity with your fellow citizens is something that is part and parcel of our faith."

Times of Ahmad | News Watch | AU Desk
Source/Credit: The Australian
By Emily Ritchie | April 25, 2017

Mohammad Atae Rabbi Hadi, a 25-year-old Imam from western Sydney, was one of a brigade of young men who attended the dawn service at Martin Place wearing T-shirts that read ‘Muslims for Loyalty’.

“We’re Muslims and we firmly believe that love for your country is part of your faith, to show solidarity with your fellow citizens is something that is part and parcel of our faith.

"So that’s why we’re here today and also [to] be part of the broader community,” said Mr Hadi, who is part of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Society.

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