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Unveiling Excellence with Australian Muslim Achievement Award

The 16th edition of the “Australian Muslim Achievement Award” (AMAA) took place in Melbourne, recognizing Muslim individuals who have actively contributed to the welfare of Australia.

Honorees included Senator Mehreen Faruqi, cricketer Usman Khawaja, and other notable high-achieving Muslims acknowledged for their impactful contributions, SBS reported.

Receiving the Woman of the Year Award Mehreen Farooqui expressed her dedication to all Muslim women walking the path of truth despite facing difficulties in the world.

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Cricketer Usman Khawaja received the Sportsman of the Year award. He dedicated the honor to his wife and family, emphasizing their crucial role as his biggest supporters. In his speech, he underscored the universal aspects of human life, transcending distinctions of color, race, religion, and caste.

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The editor of the “Australian Muslim Times,” awarded Publication of the Year, articulated the organization’s goal of delivering current affairs to readers directly while maintaining neutrality. He, along with his family, including parents, dedicated themselves to the institution.

Dr. Mohammad Jahangir, a pediatrician honored as the Australian Man of the Year, acknowledged the pivotal support of his family in his commitment to working for the Muslim community. He emphasized that without their help, his volunteer work would not have been possible.

The awards were announced at the 16th Annual Australian Muslim Achievement Awards (AMAA) in which Australia’s finest Muslim individuals and organizations were honored for their efforts to serve the society.