About Us

About Us

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The United Muslims of Australia (UMA) is a non profit, community and Islamic Dawah organisation that focuses on reviving the Islamic spirit in people’s lives in accordance to the Quran and Sunnah within a balanced framework of Islamic teachings.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

To provide Muslim youth with a safe and secure environment through our multi-purpose youth centre. We do this by providing religious, cultural, educational, employment and recreational programs.

  • Provide Islamic lessons, forums, conferences and camps to Muslim youth that advocates the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
  • To preserve the identity of Muslim youth and help overcome the problems faced in modern Australian society.
  • To provide religious advice and meet the religious needs of the community.
  • To introduce Islam to non-Muslims in its purest form as a comprehensive system and way of life and provide new Muslims with advocacy and support.
  • To assist the Muslim community through training, communication and cooperation.
  • To represent the interests of the Islamic community at a local, state and national level.
  • To educate and mentor Muslim youth in order to become active and positive Australian citizens and role models of society.
  • To establish a relationship of dialogue, understanding and coordination between Muslim and non-Muslim organisations and community groups.

Our promise to the community

The UMA is an organisation bringing together communities under shared values, with a focus on serving the community in Australia.

Our Initiatives and Activites

Aims and Objectives

  • To provide Muslim youth with a safe and secure environment through our multi-purpose youth centre to assist in providing cultural, educational, employment and recreational programs for young people.
  • Provide Islamic lessons, forums, conferences and camps to Muslim youth that advocates the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (s)
  • To preserve the identity of Muslim youth to help them overcome the problems they face in modern Australian society.
  • To provide religious advice and successfully meet the religious needs of our community
  • To introduce Islam to non-Muslims in its purest form as a comprehensive system and a way of life and to provide new Muslims with advocacy and support.
  • To assist Muslim youth through training, communication and cooperation.
  • To represent the interests of the Islamic community at the local, state and national level.
  • To educate and train Muslim youth in order to become active and positive Australian citizens.
  • To establish a relationship of dialogue, understanding and coordination between Muslim and non-Muslim organisations and community groups.