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ANIC Endorses The Uluru Statement02/12/2020
Since the European settlement in Australia, the land we stand on today was deemed
‘terra nullias’ meaning no one’s land. The Aboriginal people have been the inhabitants of
this land for thousands of years...
ANIC Endorses The Uluru Statement
Since the European settlement in Australia, the land we stand on today was deemed ‘terra nullias’ meaning no one’s land. The Aboriginal people have been the inhabitants of this land for thousands of years. The Uluru Statement states: “Our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander tribes were the first sovereign Nations of the Australian continent and […]READ MORE
An Opportunity To Drive Change
There are thousands of Muslim students in NSW Government schools who are entitled by law to receive an Islamic lesson at their school every week. What an amazing opportunity to drive genuine change in the next generation. The problem is we don’t have enough volunteer teachers to reach them. Have you considered how one hour […]READ MORE
MEDIA STATEMENT – ANIC is Deeply Concerned Over the Recent Report on War Crimes Committed by SAS
The Australian National Imams Council (ANIC) is deeply concerned about, and shocked by, the findings of an inquiry released by military chief Angus Campbell which found that there was credible evidence of 23 incidents in which one or more non-combatants – or individuals who had been captured or injured – were unlawfully killed by Australian […]READ MORE
PUBLIC STATEMENT – ANIC Condemns the Recent Violent Attacks in France
The Australian National Imams Council (ANIC) condemns the recent violent attacks in France. Last night three people were killed in a Church in the city of Nice; a week ago two women wearing the hijab were stabbed; and a teacher was earlier killed in Paris.READ MORE
State Imams Council
ANIC is currently the sole national organisation of Imams and Islamic Scholars with broad community representation. This places ANIC in a unique position in representing the wider interests of the Australian Muslim Community.
ANIC members are involved in the day-to-day affairs of the Islamic Community and addressing the affairs and concerns of the community.
This interactive map allows you to search through state by state to find the Imams in your area. Please visit the website pages to find more information and contact information for those Imams. Currently, there are over 200 registered Imams and are active in working with the Muslim Community.
To become a member of ANIC you must be a member of the State Council of Imams.
Please click here to visit our Membership page and find out more information.
Click on your state or territory below to view your local Imams
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Australian Fatwa Council
The Australian Fatwa Council was established by the Australian National Imams Council as a division which will focus on Fatwas (Islamic Verdicts) on contemporary issues and matters pertaining to Australian Muslims, preserving the Islamic Identity and spiritual guidance. The Fatwa Council is chaired by the Mufti of Australia and qualified Imams in Islamic Jurisprudence from all Australian states.
CARD is a service to assist people in the Islamic Communities of Australia by facilitating the resolution of marital disputesis a service to assist people in the Islamic Communities of Australia by facilitating the resolution of marital disputes
ANIC Halal Authority
A subsidiary company of the Australian National Imams Council — ANC It is managed by a renowned and well-respected team of Islamic Scholar and experts in the Food Science and Technology
Australian Islamic Education Services
Australian Islamic Education Services (AIES) is a not-for-profit organisation and an Australian National Imams Council (ANIC) initiative dedicated to the provision of services in the Islamic education sector Message
ANIC was created with many imams having the same goal. To unite the Australia Muslim Community and give it strength. ANIC has over 200 registered Imams.
ANIC’s main goal to strengthen the Australian Muslim Community by providing various events, workshops, training programmes, interfaith dialogues and many other services.
At ANIC we aim to provide support and assistance to the Australian Muslim Community. With our vast Imams list, there will be an Imam that will be able to help with any concerns, questions that may arise.
Have something to say? Please visit our contact page to find our contact information. Call to speak to one of our qualified staff. Alternatively, you are able to visit our head office and meet our team, discuss your concerns and feedback. We look forward to hearing from our community.