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Our Programs

Our Programs

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The United Muslims of Australia has been serving our community for the last 15 years.

At the United Muslims of Australia we invest in development and leadership programs that serve the Australian Muslim community. Our programs engage all segments of society and are designed to give back to the community. Our objective is to do our part in representing Muslims in Australia and creating a more stable and cohesive future for all Australians.

Gift a Smile is a community based non-for-profit organization that started as an idea in 2010 to specifically cater for the less fortunate hospitalised children.

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Zamzam Hajj Group is led by well known & respected figures from Sydney, Australia.

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Gym

The UMA gym strives to provide a unique environment in which anyone is made to feel welcome and comfortable.

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Sheikh Shady Alsuleiman was born in 1978 in Sydney – Australia from an Arab- Palestinian family who migrated to Australia in the late 60’s.

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Islamic Media International is the multi-media division of the UMA providing the public access to download hundreds of lectures on a variety of topics and themes by renowned local, national and international speakers.

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Since the Qur’an was revealed to Prophet Muhammad (May the Peace and Blessings be upon him) by Almighty Allah (God) more than 1400 years ago, Islam has prided itself on freedom of information and the ease of worship through the concise narrations and traditions of our dearly beloved Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) as described in the Qur’an (Holy book in Islam).

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The Message magazine is a non – profitable Islamic publication, which strives to inform Muslim and non-Muslims within our community about the practices and values of our religion.

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The ‘Da Friday’ program is an innovative non-profit initiative founded and sustained by volunteers with the mission to improve the life opportunities of Muslim youth aged students by using a comprehensive approach aimed at developing their education, capabilities and skills.

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Sydney Islamic College is an independent, non-profit educational institution based in Sydney-Australia.

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Since its inception in 2001 the UMA Sisterhood has strived in its entire efforts to the cause of uniting Muslim Sisters to share, increase and strengthen a special deeper bond between one another based on the unyielding principles of Sincerity, Sisterhood and Sacrifice for the sake and pleasure of Allah (swt).

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Sydney Muslim Youth was established to focus on the needs of the next generation of Muslim youth, both males and females from ages 12 to 18.

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Zakat is one of the five pillars of Islam. It has been mentioned, along with daily Prayers (Salaat), over seventy times in the Quran. Allah’s word commanding “…..and establish regular Salaat and give regular Zakat…..” are referred to in many parts of the Quran.

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