Launceston muslim communities celebrate Eid Al Adha

Yesterday, more than a total of 150 members of the Launceston Muslim communities, including their family and friends, as well as students and staff of University of Tasmania attended a family gathering at Degrees Restaurant in Newnham Campus on Saturday afternoon to share food and get together with muslim communities in Launceston.

Brothers and sisters gathered in Degrees restaurant enjoying traditional food from many different countries.

Organised by the Muslim Student Association of Launceston (MSAL), this event was part of Eid Al Adha celebration. Two days before this event, Launceston muslim communities held Eid Al Adha prayer in the sport hall of UniGym, Newnham campus. Eid Al Adha is the day of sacrifice, which is the second religious holidays celebrated by muslims each year.

Brother Said was delivering khutbah in front of the jamaah

 

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