Emir Sultan Camii, Etimesgut, Ankara
31 Ocak 2012 Salı
Baitul Huda, Sydney, AustraliaThe Baitul Huda (House of Guidance) is a Mosque in Sydney run by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community (AMA) in Australia.
The land for the mosque at Marsden Park (Sydney) was purchased in 1983. Mirza Tahir Ahmad, Khalifatul Masih IV. laid the foundation stone on the 30th of September on his first visit to Australia 1983.
The first missionary, Mr. Shakil Ahmad Munir and his wife, Mrs. Naima Munir came to Australia on the 5th of July 1985. The Ahmadiyya Jamaat in Australia was registered as the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association of Australia Inc. on the 7th of September 1987.
The mosque was opened on the second visit of Mirza Tahir Ahmad, Khalifatul Masih IV. on July 1989.
In 2008, an extension hall was constructed to celebrate the centenary of Khilafat (successors who lead the organisation)
The First Purpose-Built Mosque in Papua New Guinea.
Based in Hohola, Port Moresby.The only Islamic organisation in the country founded in April 1981, that won its recognition from the government in November 1982.
The first person to embrace Islam on the soil of Papua New Guinea was Brother Sadiiq Sandbach, then a Scottish national – now a Papua New Guinean, who entered the fold of Islam in October 1982.
The first Papua New Guinean to embrace Islam was Alexander (Bilal) Dawia who declared Shahadah on the 18th of February 1986.
The number of people entering Islam since then is growing steadily and the organisation now have four branches operating in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea.
Ankara Siyasi Haritası
- İnceğiz Köyü Camii
- Ahi Mahallesi Camii
- İçören Mahallesi Camii
- Hamdi Eriş Lütfullah Camii
- Çalta Mahallesi Camii