774 ABC Melbourne’s Rafael Epstein and RN’s Waleed Aly presented the special program from the Virgin Mary Mosque, which is part of the Werribee Islamic Centre.
On Saturday I attended Lakemba Mosque as part of the National Mosque Open Day initiative, which was proudly supported by the government through the Department of Social Services. National Mosque Open Day was designed to give non-Muslim Australians a chance to learn more about Islam. Thousands of people came to Lakemba Mosque during the day. […]
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This Saturday to celebrate National Mosque Open Day, 774 ABC Melbourne and Local Radio Victoria present a very special live broadcast from the Virgin Mary Mosque which is part of the Werribee Islamic Centre.
Noel Debien was joined by theologian and educator Peter Vardy, Sheikh Wesam Chakarwi from the Lebanese Muslim Association, Pastor Brad Chilcott from Welcome to Australia and Rabbi Zalman Kastel from Together for Humanity.