Muslim Organization to clean-up Auckland’s CBD on New Year’s Day

Muslim Organization to clean-up Auckland’s CBD on New Year’s Day

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The Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association will be working with Members during the early hours of New Year's Day cleaning the parks of Auckland's CBD.

The youth's day will start at 4:00 am with prayers at the mosque before departing to do a three-hour clean-up session.

Starting at around 6:00 am at Albert Park, Victoria Park and Myers Park. 

“For Muslims, serving the community is a religious duty. That is why we will be waking up at dawn to clean up after the New Year’s Eve celebrations – we want to start the New Year by fulfilling our responsibilities to our faith and our society,” says Azeem Zafarullah, president of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association New Zealand.

Members of the public were welcome to approach members with any questions regarding what they are doing. 

Across the Ahmadiyya Muslim world, Youth Association will be doing the same across the world as the clock ticks over to 2021 from 2020.

“This is something that the local branches of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association are also doing across the world,” says Azeem Zafarullah.

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