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Mosques across Australia have opened their doors to the public in an effort to help diffuse community tensions.
Mosques across Melbourne have thrown open their doors in an attempt to ease tension and misunderstanding. 7 News Melbourne reporter Melina Sarris explains. Learn more on Facebook
Australians have been invited to attend their local National Mosque Open Day on Saturday, the second year that this event will place.
The Open Day, supported by the Department of Social Services, is about community participation, understanding, inclusiveness and respect, the Federal Minister for Justice, Michael Keenan said.
Hundreds of people have gathered across the country for a national mosque open day. The idea – to demystify one of the world’s oldest religions and break down prejudices.
National Mosque Open Day (NMOD) is an initiative run by the Lebanese Muslim Association and proudly supported by the Department of Social Services that endeavours to facilitate a greater understanding of Islam and Muslims in Australia by opening up the mosque, the centre of the Muslim community, to the wider Australian public.
As part of a national day of action, mosques across Queensland have opened their doors and invited the public in to promote community cohesion. Learn More