There are some pictures from the event of Eid Al Adha prayer and celebration. The prayer was done in UniGym. Following this, everyone was gathered for Eid celebration in the Walk Cafe.
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.
MSAL President, Abdul Majeed Al Barzan, had his opinion in the Examiner
A LAUNCESTON Muslim community leader says anti-Islamic bigotry is an unfortunate side-effect of the fear generated by extremist group Islamic State.
Muslim Student Association of Launceston spokesman Abdul Majeed said ‘‘everyday Muslims’’ would inevitably feel the judgment of ‘‘ill-minded’’ people who associated Islam with counter-terrorism raids and the government’s decision to raise the terror alert level.