Taj El-Din Hilaly

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Sheikh Taj El-Din Hamid Hilaly (الدين الهلالي}}; born Egypt c. 1941), is an Imam of the Lakemba Mosque[1] in Sydney and an Australian Sunni Muslim leader.[2] The Australian Federation of Islamic Councils appointed him Mufti of Australia in 1988. His name is alternatively spelt Tajeddin Hilaly, Hilali, Al-Hilaly, Taj el-Din al-Hilali, Aldin Alhilali, Tajideen El-Hilaly or Tajeddine.[3] Hilaly retired from this position in June 2007 and was succeeded by Fehmi Naji.

References

  1. The Lebanese Moslems Association: Sheikhs retrieved 21 February 2013 Archived January 25, 2006 at the Wikipedia:Wayback Machine
  2. Richard Kerbaj Islam's secular stoush. 6 April 2006 retrieved 21 February 2013
  3. Toni Hassan ABC Radio, The Religion Report (transcript)Keysar Trad on an alternative Australian Muslim leadership 20 October 2004, retrieved 21 February 2013