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Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Australia are holding their annual 36th National Youth Conference at Australia’s largest mosque from Friday 4th to Sunday 6th October 2019. The event is expected to attract 800 Muslim youth from across the national due to various academic and sport competitions including lectures on how to spread the message of peace, love, respect and loyalty to Australia.
A central feature of the gathering will be the pledge of allegiance, which includes a promise to serve and protect Australia.
The National Youth President of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Australia, Waqas Ahmed said:
“The purpose of this conference is to promote peaceful teachings of Islam and understand the roles and responsibilities of young Australian Muslims in our society. Ahmadi Muslim Youths from all around the country will be visiting and taking part in many friendly activities. This event helps our spiritual and physical training, and through this we can get a spiritual revival”
“We believe that ‘A nation cannot be reformed without the reformation of its youth’ and so everything we do is inspired by a desire to improve in all aspects of our lives”
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association is the auxiliary of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community whose motto is Love for All, Hatred for None. It has been leading a peaceful revival of Islam that stands for education, integration, loyalty and interfaith peace. It is also involved in various efforts to contribute towards charities such as the Red Cross, Clean Up Australia Day, National Tree Plantation, Dementia Australia, Salvation Army and feeding the homeless, just to mention a few.
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