Kerala Muslim Cultural Centre – KMCC is one of the premier multicultural organizations dedicated to the welfare and betterment of expatriates across the globe.
Kerala Muslim Cultural Centre – KMCC is one of the premier multicultural organizations dedicated to the welfare and betterment of expatriates across the globe. KMCC does not need an introduction in many middle eastern countries.
This unique of its kind organization has already acquired a global reputation as they continue to embark on their incredible journey that commenced decades ago. Currently, this organization of Non-Resident Keralites’ has widespread their presence across different Countries including Australia, Canada, USA, Singapore, Turkey and many other countries.
KMCC- Australia is a group of like-minded individuals working towards the betterment of the Society let alone the unprivileged. Our intention is to offer a hand to the immigrants and expatiates of Malayali origin on their socio- cultural economic welfare in Australia and India. Established in 2011 in Sydney now KMCC has branches in Melbourne and will be opening in Brisbane and perth Insha Allah.
Meet our legends, they are exceptional personalities who motivate, inspire, encourage and act as thriving force for us.
C H Muhammed Koya
July 15, 1927 – September 28, 1983
C.H. Mohammed Koya who adorned the chair of Chief Minister, Deputy Chief Minister, Speaker and Minister was one of the most outstanding personalities in the history of modern Kerala. His was a clear case of “From the Log House to the White House”, as is often said of the late Abraham Lincoln.
On graduating to the Muslim League he was elected its state secretary and became a member of the Kerala State Assembly in 1957. Since then he has continuously been either a member of parliament or state legislator during the last 22 years. He has held education and home portfolios in previous ministries and was briefly speaker of state legislature in the early sixties.
Sayd Muhammedali Shihab Thangal
4 May 1936 - 1 August 2009
Shihab Thangl was born as the eldest son of Panakkad Sayd Ahmad Pookoya Thangal, who was a renowned Islamic leader and spiritual icon of Kerala. He was one of the most famous Islamic scholars from the Indian state of Kerala. He was the President of the Kerala state committee of the Indian Union Muslim League. Shihab Thangal was a member of the Thangal family.
Thangal is a true leader who championed the propagation and importance of education. He had the strong following of his community but framed his politics in terms of larger national issues and aspirations. Thangal always resisted pressures to take up plum postings in Muslim countries that had good relations with India and also preferred to keep away from the corridors of power.
K.M. Seethi Sahib
1898 − 17 April 1961
K.M. Seethi Sahib Bahadur, (1898 − 17 April 1961), was a Speaker of the Kerala Legislative Assembly and prominent leader of Islahi movement in Kerala, who was highly influenced by Vakkom Moulavi. His role in the uplifting of the Mappila community in post-Independent India was so significant that he is sometimes referred to as the "Chief Architect of the Mappila revival" in Kerala. He was also sometimes referred to as "Seethi Sahib Bahadur", the suffix being an honorary title conferred upon by the British in pre-Independent India.