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(salam)

Hope everyone is doing fine......

Of coarse we have heard Al-Zahraa(as) Muslim Asociation :)

And who doesn't know Sheikh Jeehad Ismail !? :rolleyes:

Mashalla, he is one briliant speaker :)

In fact, this reminds me that tomorrow night inshallah , SHeikh Jeehad will be having a talk at Athelstance Public School in Arncliffe.

I think Sheikh Zaid is going to be there too... Sheikh Zaid is also one knowledgable scholar we have.

Hope to see you all there inshallah eventhough you wont see me since you dont know who i am :shaytan: HAHAA

ok brothers/sister.

Take care.

(salam)

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LOL brother Kumail,

Sorry but I wasn't sure how well known they were.

My cousin has told me there is a big Shia muslim population in Sydney. I think that's wonderful alhamdulillah.

I met Sheikh Jihad at a summer camp in New York and he was great mashallah as a speaker and as a Sheikh.

Too bad I can't be at his lecture tomorrow... :(

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(salam)

Um Hasan, do u know anyone from mughniyyah family?

Wassalaam

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(salam)

Sayyed Mahdi Modarresi is back in Sydney, Australia, he will be going to London again in early July.

Wassalaam

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(salam)

Um Hasan, do u know anyone from mughniyyah family?

Wassalaam

Salam

Bro, I do not know them.

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actually i think aussies have the nicest accents

altho sum of em are racist

most of them are nice..

n Sheikh Jehad Ismaili is a brilliant speaker...even tho he doesn't speak in an Aussie accent...

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I saw 'Finding Nemo' the other day... It was long and just dragged out... sorta boring... anyway... The had characters with Australian accents :) It was nice...

I still need to see "Kangeroo Jack"....!!!!!!

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actually aussie movies are better than the english ones

(altho i haven't watched any!)

because they are like Aussie movies innit thats why...

except for like HP et al

n their aussie accent make em extra special.

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Selam alaycom,

Really, I used to love the Australian accent until I heard some boring lectures of this guy with a woggy accent.... Now I like some Aussie accents, not all of them.

Peace,

Um Ali

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but still australia rulez..

n yea sis j...i have realised that as well (after hearin aussie teachers speak)...not ALL of the accents are like really good...

say Sheikh Jehad for example...

i thot he had an aussie accent...but he didn't :cry: :cry: :shaytan: :!!!: :wacko:

n i was like....why doesn't he have an aussie accent...i wanted to hear like REAL aussie accent once n for all...btw...my maths teacher had really nice australian accent...i think it was the best i had ever heard so far...but then he left :( oh well....

australia still rulez tho

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lolz @ br. SBRai....see...I told ya...I am the biggest Aussiemaniac in this World.....and my cousin is the other one!!!!!!!! and don't you dare say that you like australia as much as I do....remember...tai chi?????

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