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(Photo from left: Steve Kamper, Shadow Minister for Multiculturalism; Sheikh Shadi Alsuleiman, founder of the UMA; Chris Minns, NSW Labor Leader)
NSW Labor commits $5.5 million to Islamic Education complex and youth hub   
(See translation in Arabic section)
A NSW Labor Government will provide $5.5 million to support the development of an education complex and youth hub at the United Muslims Association’s (UMA) Centre in Padstow.
The proposed education complex will feature multiple lecture halls and classrooms, as well as an Islamic Library. It will offer courses in Islamic studies, the Quran and Arabic and will be the first accredited Islamic institution to train Australian-born Imams.  
The UMA youth hub will accommodate the needs of the growing number of Australian-born Muslims. It will provide cultural, education and recreational activities including gymnasiums, sports and games.
The commitment is part of NSW Labor’s Fresh Start Plan to support faith communities right across the State.
Quotes attributable to Chris Minns, NSW Labor Leader
“New South Wales is home to nearly 350,000 people of the Islamic faith, half of whom were born in Australia.”
“The UMA’s education complex and youth hub will have lasting benefits for all Australian Muslims, but particularly the second and third generations who practice their faith and embrace Australian values.”
“NSW is proudly multicultural and multifaith. That’s why a NSW Labor Government will support projects that celebrate tolerance and diversity and bring our community together.”
Quotes attributable to Sheikh Shadi Alsuleiman, founder of the UMA
“The UMA welcomes the commitment from NSW Labor and its support for our education and youth programs.”
“This project will give young Australian Muslims a safe environment to pursue their educational, recreational and cultural interests.”
“The UMA’s goal is to ensure today’s youth are equipped with the skills to be educated, confident and outstanding members of the Australian community.”


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