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Iftar Dinner (breaking fast) invitations


The Islamic Society of Central Queensland organized 2 Iftar Dinners (breaking Fast during Ramadan) for the general public. The event intended to promote harmony and understanding between different cultures and faiths. The event was attended by Michelle Landry MP, Senator Matt Canavan, Representatives for other faith & cultures and several Queensland Police Service officers.


  • Improve understanding of the Islamic faith (Advancing Religion)
  • Improve social cohesion, harmony & understanding within the community (Social Development)


Who the program or activity benefits:

People of all faiths, cultural and ethnic background and gender, No restrictions on age either.




The eligibility requirements to participate:

The free event was open to everyone; invitations were sent to other religious groups, schools, cultural organisations, politicians, community leaders etc.


Frequency of similar programs or activities:

Intention to celecrate once a year since 2016


Facebook Link for photos:

“You get to enjoy all the good food, which is a bonus.”As the sun set this evening, Nur Zafirah and her family joined…

Posted by Portrait of Rockhampton on Saturday, June 25, 2016