Dr Muhammad Abdur Bari, one of the most prominent British Muslim leaders, is touring Australia on IPDC's invitation. During his tour he will be visiting Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide and Sydney. He will give multiple khutbahs, talks and will run couple of courses and workshops inshaAllah. Here is his itinerary during the tour:

1 Apr Noon: Jumuah Khutbah at Griffith University
1 Apr 8pm: Talk at Slacks Creek Masjid

2 Apr 7pm: Seminar - Parenting & Youth Leadership
3 Apr 4-8pm: YMB-YMS Expo Get Tickets!

7 Apr 10:30-11:30am: Reflections on Civic Community Organising & Islamic Communities with Dr. Muhammad Bari - Hosted by Sydney Alliance
8 Apr Noon: Jumuah Khutbah at Punchbowl Musallah
9 Apr 10am-1pm: Workshop - Leadership & Applied Ethics at Bankstown Library - Hosted by MSA NSW & IPDC. Register!
9 Apr 2:30pm: Talk at YMB School Holiday Program. Register!
9 Apr 7:30pm, After Isha: Talk at Rooty Hill Mosque: Raising Muslim Children as a Force of Good in the Society
10 Apr All day: Parenting Course at Bryan Brown Theatre Get Tickets!


The Hon. Cameron Dick MP, Queensland Health Minister (Middle), Dr. Akram Hossain IPDC QLD President & Chairman Australian Unity Centre (Right), Rafiqul Islam Central Ameer (Left)

The Islamic Practice & Dawah Circle (IPDC) held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) for 2015 at the Slacks Creek Mosque Australian Unity Centre (AUC) on Saturday 19th & Sunday 20th of September. This was a historic event as, for the first time IPDC Queensland held the honour of being the host state. The Australian Unity Centre is the first site IPDC Queensland has established in Queensland and the first project that the IPDC established with the general Muslim Community.

The Islamic Practice and Dawah Circle hosted a very well attended Prophetic Leadership course, delivered by Shaykh Yahya Ibrahim. The event, located at the Bryan Brown Theatre, Bankstown Library, attracted attendees from all over Sydney along with a significant number of interstate guests. The course notably attracted a wide demographic of attendees, ranging from high school and university students, to young professionals and community elders.


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