On May 23, the Ambassador and Embassy staff participated in a Rally outside Parliament House, Canberra, in solidarity with the Palestinian people, in particular those victimised by Israeli violations in Jerusalem and Gaza. For the occasion, there was a Quran Recitation, a welcome to Country by Uncle Shane Mortimer, followed...
Ambassador Abdulhadi participated in a number of interviews regarding the situation in Sheikh Jarrah, the storming of Al-Aqsa, the Israeli assault on Gaza, the ceasefire and its implications going forward. Interviews were with major media outlets including SBS, Canberra Bulletin, Sky News, ABC, Financial Review, and The Australian.
The Ambassador and Embassy staff organized a Candlelight Vigil for Al Nakba in Canberra on May 16, attended by hundreds of Canberrans in solidarity with the Palestinian people enduring continuous Nakba.
Along with other representatives of the Council of Arab Ambassadors, Ambassador Abdulhadi met with the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade to discuss Israeli violations in the Palestinian Territories, in particular its violations in Jerusalem and attack on Gaza.
On May 10 upon an invitation by the Parliamentary Friends of Multiculturalism, the Religions for Peace Australia and Canberra Interfaith Forum, Ambassador Abdulhadi participated in an important lecture on “Reconciliation and Multifaith: Aboriginal Worldviews and the Australian Christian Heritage”, delivered by Senator Patrick Dodson.
On May 6, Ambassador Abdulhadi participated in the DFAT Annual Ramadan reception at the DFAT premises.
On May 3, Ambassador Abdulhadi participated in an Iftar dinner in Canberra hosted by AFIC.
On April 18, the Palestinian Ambassador participated in a Ramadan Iftar organized by the GUPW in Sydney.
On March 24, Ambassador Abdulhadi attended a dinner at the Federal Parliament organized by the Australian Federation of Islamic Councils (AFIC) under the theme “Celebration of Diversity and Social Inclusion”.
On March 24, the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) organized a morning tea for Middle Eastern and African Ambassadors.