Australia: Ahmadiyya Muslims open hearts & mosque to fire-affected communities

Source: jimboombatimes.com.au

THE Ahmadiyya Muslim community have opened their hearts and Stockleigh mosque to people affected by the south-east Queensland bushfires.

Members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community at Stockleigh are offering their support to fire affected communities two years after helping out during the 2017 floods.

VOLUNTEERS: Members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community at Stockleigh are offering their support to fire affected communities two years after helping out during the 2017 floods.

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services have lifted the state of emergency declaration in Logan but active fires continue to burn in the Scenic Rim.

Meanwhile, Ahmadiyya Muslim Association community disaster relief coordinator Ibraheem Malik said evacuation centres, volunteers, medical assistance and practical supplies were available to those in need.

“Our fellow Queenslanders are going through some very tough times as a result of the bushfire emergencies,” he said.

“The Ahmadiyya Muslim community always tried to create cohesion and understanding among our fellow Queenslanders to create a respectful, pluralistic and peaceful society.

“We pride ourselves in providing service and assistance in… read more at jimboombatimes.com.au

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