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Australia bushfire: Muslims, Christians pray together for rain

Published on January 5, 2020 at 16.04

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Muslims and Christian offer prayers together.

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According to the Daily Mail, more than 5o Muslim men, women and children gathered at Bonython Park in the city of Adelaide in Southern Australia to pray for rain to be sent to Australia’s bushfire victims and drought-stricken farmers.   Priest Patrick McInerey joined the prayer on behalf of the Centre for Christian and Muslim Relations. “My friend, Professor Mohamad Abdalla, gave the khutbah (sermon) emphasising repentance and reliance on God who is Merciful Provider,” he said.

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The Australia bush fire from space.

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About 500 firefighters continue to battle the fires across multiple parts of Australia. The fires have been burning since late December 2019 and were escalated by recent hot and windy weather conditions.

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Nearly half a billion animals have been reported dead in the fires.

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About 500 firefighters continue to battle the fires across multiple parts of Australia. The fires have been burning since late December 2019 and were escalated by recent hot and windy weather conditions.

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A group of Muslims held a special prayer in a park to pray for rain in Australia amid the bushfires and drought that have ravaged the continent.

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