We condemn the killing of Fr Jacques Hamel at his church in Saint-Étienne-du-Rouvray, near Rouen (France).

27 July, 2016

The ICV extends our prayers and sorrows to all members of the Catholic faith, after the brutal killing of Fr Jacques Hamel. The inhumane and sacrilegious act of murder of an innocent person and in particular in a place of worship is condemned by us all.


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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.


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Saturday, 30th July, 2016
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Fajr05:52
Sunrise07:23
Zuhr12:27
Asr15:10
Magrib17:31
Isha18:56
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Venue: Bridge Room 5, Crowne Plaza, 1-5 Spencer St.
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Day: Friday the 29th July
Time: 6pm to 8.30pm
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The focus group discussion as planned above, has a primary objective of exchanging views with academia and researchers from around Australia aimed at promoting the International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT)’s research program. In the main, the Seminar and the Discussions of the Focus Group will be conducted and addressed by Professor Omar Hasan Kasule Sr., the Secretary General, IIIT. It has a secondary objective of encouraging with global researchers to submit research proposals to IIIT.

This research program starts from an assertion that two internal factors; a knowledge crisis and a thought crisis, are among the major causes of contemporary Muslim weakness. To an extent, they demonstrate the weakness of Muslim Ummah on issues across religious, social, political, economic, and technological natures. Dealing with these crises, will require finding solutions that are both derived systematically and based on scientific researches. The proposed symposium, intends to engage intellectual luminaries in an earnest exercise of exchanging ideas and thoughts that will lead to research potentials in further future meetings.
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An Exciting Encounter with Research and Innovation

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Venue: Bridge Room 5, Crowne Plaza, 1-5 Spencer St.
Melbourne, VIC 3008, Australia
Day: Friday the 29th July
Time: 6pm to 8.30pm
Entry: Free & Refreshment will be served

The focus group discussion as planned above, has a primary objective of exchanging views with academia and researchers from around Australia aimed at promoting the International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT)’s research program. In the main, the Seminar and the Discussions of the Focus Group will be conducted and addressed by Professor Omar Hasan Kasule Sr., the Secretary General, IIIT. It has a secondary objective of encouraging with global researchers to submit research proposals to IIIT.

This research program starts from an assertion that two internal factors; a knowledge crisis and a thought crisis, are among the major causes of contemporary Muslim weakness. To an extent, they demonstrate the weakness of Muslim Ummah on issues across religious, social, political, economic, and technological natures. Dealing with these crises, will require finding solutions that are both derived systematically and based on scientific researches. The proposed symposium, intends to engage intellectual luminaries in an earnest exercise of exchanging ideas and thoughts that will lead to research potentials in further future meetings.
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Prayer Times
Melbourne, Victoria
Saturday, 30th July, 2016
SalatTime
Fajr05:52
Sunrise07:23
Zuhr12:27
Asr15:10
Magrib17:31
Isha18:56

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