'They've really embraced us': rural Muslims celebrate Eid without a mosque

Emily Anderson
Updated April 12 2024 - 12:39am, first published April 11 2024 - 8:00pm
The Mohammed's welcomed the Glen Innes community into their culture through a free iftar dinner, and will open their home for Eid al-Fitr. Picture supplied
The Mohammed's welcomed the Glen Innes community into their culture through a free iftar dinner, and will open their home for Eid al-Fitr. Picture supplied

Redwan Arja and his young family haven't looked back after trading the city life for a home in a town with fewer than 30 people.

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Emily Anderson

Emily is a reporter for The Daily Advertiser in the Riverina, NSW. Originally from Sydney, Emily has previously worked across Western Sydney and Regional NSW. Making the move to Wagga in February 2024, she is excited to learn the ins and outs of the Riverina. Got a story? Flick an email to emily.anderson@austcommunitymedia.com.au Follow on insta @emilywyanderson

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