Ahmadiyya Muslim part of Muslims Down Under campaign

Reaching out: Members of the Ahmadiyya Community took the streets of Brisbane earlier this year to denounce terrorism, extremism and Islamophobia, just as they will do this Sunday.
Reaching out: Members of the Ahmadiyya Community took the streets of Brisbane earlier this year to denounce terrorism, extremism and Islamophobia, just as they will do this Sunday.

Ahmadiyya Muslims from Baitul Al Masroor Mosque in Stockleigh will head to Brisbane on Sunday, September 17 to build bridges as part of an ongoing Muslims Down Under campaign.

Members of the wider Ahmadiyya community of Logan will bring their meet an Aussie Muslim message to Brisbane’s Post Office Square, from 12PM.

The aim of the day which will also take place in other major cities across the nation is to tackle extremism and Islamophobia by reaffirming a number of messages including; no to terrorism, loyalty to Australia, separation of state and religion, freedom of conscience, speech and religion, no to discrimination, power and equality of women.

Ahmadiyya community media liaison Zain Baig said the community members will be happy to chat with anyone who would like to find out more about Islam than what they hear or read from major media outlets.

“Coffee is on us, let's dissolve barriers and build bridges to have a united community,” he said.