Seeking to become a hub for Islamic studies, the University of South Australia announced its plans to open the first research center for Islamic thought and education.
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For many Australian Muslims, the Islamic Museum of Australia (IMA), in suburban Thornbury, has become an important local institution which aims to educate and break down stereotypes.
Australian Muslim Urfa Masood has been appointed in the Magistrates' Court of Victoria, becoming the first Muslim woman to join the bench.
A group of Muslim volunteers gathered on Saturday night to offer a hot meal for some of South Australia’s most marginalized homeless people.
Three young Muslim schoolgirls were left terrified after a gang of youth attacked them, tearing down their hijab and hurling racial abuses at them, in what was described as a "disturbing and brazen" Islamophobic attack.
Paying back to their new chosen homes, a big number of refugees have volunteered to help save communities from dangerous bushfires, in an area facing a shortage of fire-fighting volunteers.
Offering a role model to young Muslims, Australia’s Richmond Muslim player Bachar Houli has opened a new academy for young talents who wish to pursue the player's road to success.
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has praised the Muslim community as a “respected and valued” part of the Australian society, winning praise from the leaders of the religious minority.
For the fifth time in three months, the Muslim prayer room at the University of Sydney has been vandalized, with an abusive note left behind.
A Sydney young Muslim schoolgirl's dream to become the world's first hijabi ballerina has come true after a Swedish clothing company awarded the young girl a scholarship to pursue her dream.
Every month, young Muslim women in Christchurch, the largest city in New Zealand, volunteer to prepare a cooked meal to feed the homeless and correct misconceptions about their faith.