AGM 2021 Management Election Announcement

The Muslim Women’s Association of SA held its Annual General Meeting in the office on November 29th, 2021.
 
Management Team Nominations were accepted and Members were invited to vote accordingly. 

MWASA is pleased to announce the new Management Team for 2021-2022.

Dora Abbas
Mandy Zhao
Miriam Silva
Noor Azidah Abdul Aziz
Noor Alli
Ramila Chanisheff
 
MWASA staff, volunteers and Management all look forward to continuing to support Muslim women in Adelaide in increasingly meaningful ways. 

Community Annoucement from Australian National Imams Council

The Australian National Imams Council and the Australian Fatwa Council are conscious of keeping the Muslim community united, in particular during Islamic occasions and celebrations. It’s therefore, They would like to take this opportunity to make the following announcement:
 
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the custodians of the two sacred cities Makkah and Madinah, in which the rituals of Hajj including Tawaf, Sa’ai and standing at Arafat are performed, has announced that Sunday, 11th of July 2021 is the first of the Month of Thul Hijjah in the year 1442 after the Hijrah (Migration of the Prophet Peace Be Upon Him).
 
As a result, His Eminence the Grand Mufti of Australia Dr. Ibrahim Abu Mohamad announces that:
🟢 Monday, 19th of July 2021 will be the Day of Arafah (9th of Thul Hijjah) and
🟢 Tuesday, 20th of July 2021 (10th of Thul Hijjah) Will be the Day of Eid Al-Adha for the Year 1442H – 2021

Eid al-Fitr 2021 Message from the Prime Minister

Dear Prime Minister Scott Morrison,

On behalf of Muslim Women’s Association of SA, thank you for your good wishes to our community. 

We appreciate the support from you and the South Australian Government this Eid al-Fitr, a time of celebration that we have always looked forward to.

 

Kind regards, 

Dora Abbas

Vice Chairperson

Eid Mubarak from us to you!

Muslim Women’s Association of SA (MWASA) would like to wish you a sincere Eid Mubarak.
 
As we celebrate this blessed day, it is important that we also make dua for the safety and health of our family members, friends, brothers, and sisters, whether far or near.
 
May Allah (SWT) bless you and your family with an abundance of peace, joy, and health!