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Alleged Anti-Semitic Chant Which Has Now Been Debunked Has Caused Immense Damage to Social Cohesion02/02/2024
The NSW Police has confirmed that it found ``no evidence`` to support an alleged anti-Semitic chant said to have been used by pro-Palestinian protesters on the steps of the Sydney Opera House last October. The video was first posted online by the Australian Jewish Association (AJA) with the misleading and now disproven subtitles attributed to the chant.Download Article
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Alleged Anti-Semitic Chant Which Has Now Been Debunked Has Caused Immense Damage to Social Cohesion
Alleged Anti-Semitic Chant Which Has Now Been Debunked Has Caused Immense Damage to Social Cohesion The NSW Police has confirmed that it found “no evidence” to support an alleged anti-Semitic chant said to have been used by pro-Palestinian protesters on the steps of the Sydney Opera House last October. The video was first posted […]READ MORE
ANIC’s Response to ICJ Ruling – A Call for Accountability and Action
ANIC’s Response to ICJ Ruling A Call for Accountability and Action The Australian National Imams Council (ANIC) welcomes the International Court of Justice’s ruling and decision overnight finding, on a prima facie basis, that Israel may be acting in violation of the Genocide Convention. It is clear that an overwhelming majority of the Court accepted […]READ MORE
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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
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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.
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