Affinity Intercultural Foundation has proudly sponsored, provided resources and assisted in the organisation of a “Friendship & Dialogue Dinner” staged by Auburn Gallipoli Mosque coinciding in the Islamic month of Ramadan (the month of fasting). About 150 guests comprising of teachers, principles, academics, Church leaders from a number of Parishes of diverse Christian denominations along with the Muslim community got together to enjoy an atmosphere of dialogue. The focus of the evening was to acknowledge the contributions of Auburn Gallipoli Mosque, the visitor services team and the audience who has been a key partner in the development of social and religious harmony in Sydney. The dinner also allowed a warm interaction between people of diverse religious and cultural background.
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