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    Eid Reunion 2005 & HSC Student 2004 Reception    

  On Saturday, 29th January 2005, the Bangladesh Welfare Society Campbelltown Inc. organised an Eid Reunion and a reception for the 2004 HSC students at Ingleburn High School. The chief guests were Mayor Brenton Banfield and Councillor Steven Chaytor of the Campbelltown City Council. The chief guests handed out certificates to the HSC students and the mayor handed over the donation money for the Tsunami cause to the SriLankan representative. There was an enjoyable cultural function; participants were Khandoker Nasib Hasan (Nasim), Shabana Yeasmin (Poli), Iqbal Hasan (Rahul), H.M Habibur Rahaman, and Shajib Khan,Tanzilla Rahim conducted the program.

At the end, there was a raffle draw with various prizes donated by Sonar Bangla Enterprise Pty Ltd, Bangla Bazaar, Aussie Plus, Indian Import and all local stores in the Campbelltown area. Other sponsors were Mollah Migration services and Dhillon Real Estate.

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On Thursday, 20th January 2005, the Bangladesh Welfare Society Campbelltown Inc. & Islamic Forum Campbelltown jointly organised the Eid-Ul-Adha prayers at Ingleburn High School hall room. On Eid day some donations were collected for tsunami victims in Sri Lanka, Minto mosque and Bangladesh Islamic Centre.

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Tragic Death of Faheem Bhuiyan

Faheem Bhuiyan’s body has been found after three days of searching on Friday afternoon, around the coast of the Gulf of Thailand. He had been on a boat trip on Tuesday, 25th January 2005, when the boat had suddenly capsized, tipping the occupants of the boat out and into the sea. The cause of the tragic accident was the fact that the owner of the boat had overloaded it, the boat carrying 50 people, when it was clearly stated on the side that it could only hold 32 passengers.

Faheem, at the age of 23, was the only son of Mr. Momen Bhuiyan of Baulkam Hills. He was a very successful student who graduated from Sydney’s Macquarie University with degrees in actuary and finance. He then moved on and became a financial analyst with Proctor & Gamble in Melbourne.

Faheem’s parents (Mr. And Mrs. Bhuiyan), two sisters (Sharon and Sonia) and brother-in-law Dr. S. Doullah (Topu) are currently in Thailand. They will later go back to Bangladesh, to his home village in Brahminbaria, where they will later bury Faheem there.

A Gaebi Zanaza (in the absence of his coffin) will be held for Faheem at Sefton Mosque on Sunday 30th January, 2005 after the Zohr prayer at 1:00 pm. All friends, relatives and well-wishers are invited to attend the Zanaza to pray for his departed soul.

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On Friday 21st, there was a big gathering at Sefton Mosque where many brothers and sisters congregated for prayer on the occasion of Eid-Ul-Adha. There was much festive spirit amongst everyone. On the 20th, Eid-Ul-Adha prayers were also held at other Mosques around Sydney.




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