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On Fridays, our two khutbahs start at 12 pm and 1 pm respectively. Each sermon lasts about 45 minutes.


On Fridays, our two khutbahs start at 12 pm and 1 pm respectively. Each sermon lasts about 45 minutes.


Prayer Times
Melbourne, Victoria
Tuesday, 26th July, 2016
SalatTime
Fajr05:54
Sunrise07:26
Zuhr12:27
Asr15:08
Magrib17:28
Isha18:54
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Job Advertisement- Campaigns and Media Coordinator

ICV are seeking a highly motivated and experienced media and communications professional to help drive their media and community campaigns.

This newly created role is responsible for is responsible for coordinating all media, crisis and issues management for ICV as well as heading up community campaigns across a range of media and social media platforms. The role liaises with community leaders to generate positive stories.

This challenged and rewarding role will help support and empower Muslims in Victoria and promote social cohesion.
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Tuesday 9th August is Census night. It is vital for us Muslims to take part in this census and be counted, and counted accurately.

Being counted is an opportunity for everyone to play a role in shaping the future of Australia.

The Census of Population and Housing (Census) is Australia’s largest statistical collection undertaken by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). For more than 100 years, the Census has provided a snapshot of Australia, showing how our nation has changed over time, allowing us to plan for the future.
The aim of the Census is to accurately collect data on the key characteristics of people in Australia on Census night and the dwellings in which they live. In 2016, the Census will count close to 10 million dwellings and approximately 24 million people, the largest number counted to date.

The 2016 Census will be Australia’s first predominantly digital Census. From August 1, households will receive a letter with a unique Census Login. Every household must use it to complete the Census online, or follow the directions to order a paper form. In some locations, households will receive a paper form upfront, with the option to complete it online.

The information you provide in the Census helps estimate Australia’s population, which is used to distribute government funds and plan services for your community – housing, transport, education, industry, hospitals and the environment. Census data is also used by individuals and organisations in the public and private sectors to make informed decisions on policy and planning issues that impact the lives of all Australians.

Australia has a long and proud history of Census taking. Since the first national Census in 1911, Census data has played an important role in charting Australia’s history and shaping its future.

Are you ready to pause and make a difference? Find out, at census.abs.gov.au
#OurMoment And spread the word with your community
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Job Advertisement- Campaigns and Media Coordinator

ICV are seeking a highly motivated and experienced media and communications professional to help drive their media and community campaigns.

This newly created role is responsible for is responsible for coordinating all media, crisis and issues management for ICV as well as heading up community campaigns across a range of media and social media platforms. The role liaises with community leaders to generate positive stories.

This challenged and rewarding role will help support and empower Muslims in Victoria and promote social cohesion.
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Tuesday 9th August is Census night. It is vital for us Muslims to take part in this census and be counted, and counted accurately.

Being counted is an opportunity for everyone to play a role in shaping the future of Australia.

The Census of Population and Housing (Census) is Australia’s largest statistical collection undertaken by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). For more than 100 years, the Census has provided a snapshot of Australia, showing how our nation has changed over time, allowing us to plan for the future.
The aim of the Census is to accurately collect data on the key characteristics of people in Australia on Census night and the dwellings in which they live. In 2016, the Census will count close to 10 million dwellings and approximately 24 million people, the largest number counted to date.

The 2016 Census will be Australia’s first predominantly digital Census. From August 1, households will receive a letter with a unique Census Login. Every household must use it to complete the Census online, or follow the directions to order a paper form. In some locations, households will receive a paper form upfront, with the option to complete it online.

The information you provide in the Census helps estimate Australia’s population, which is used to distribute government funds and plan services for your community – housing, transport, education, industry, hospitals and the environment. Census data is also used by individuals and organisations in the public and private sectors to make informed decisions on policy and planning issues that impact the lives of all Australians.

Australia has a long and proud history of Census taking. Since the first national Census in 1911, Census data has played an important role in charting Australia’s history and shaping its future.

Are you ready to pause and make a difference? Find out, at census.abs.gov.au
#OurMoment And spread the word with your community
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Our prayers and condolences to the people of Afghanistan and to the Hazari communities in Victoria, with yet another senseless bomb blast killing over 80 people. We unequivocally condemn all forms terrorism and the killing of innocents. ... See MoreSee Less

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Geelong mosque to be rebuilt after fire

Two months after the fire that burnt out all but the walls of the Geelong Mosque, management are preparing to rebuild the mosque.

The arsonist responsible for the Geelong mosque fire alongside five other churches in recent years has yet to be found despite suspects being arrested.

Last Sunday, ICV President, Bayram Aktepe visited the mosque and discussed engineering plans with the society's management. Plans for a new modern roof, floor, facilities for women among others are in the plans.

Estimates for the rebuild are being obtained and are expected to upwards of a million dollars, some of which will be covered by their insurance policy. Fundraising efforts have commenced and are to be ramped up once the work of estimators is completed.

Donations for the rebuilding effort may be made to the following account:
Account name: Islamic Society of Geelong
BSB: 063523
Account number: 10004487

For International Fund transfer, SWIFT code is CTBAAU2S
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Prayer Times
Melbourne, Victoria
Tuesday, 26th July, 2016
SalatTime
Fajr05:54
Sunrise07:26
Zuhr12:27
Asr15:08
Magrib17:28
Isha18:54

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