Ali Bin Ali Mosque

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Ali Bin Ali Mosque, commonly known as Lakemba Mosque, is one of the largest mosques in Australia. Construction of the building was completed in 1977.[1]

It is also known as the Imam Ali Bin Abi Taleb Mosque or Masjid Ali Bin Abi Taleb). It is located in the suburb of Lakemba, New South Wales and is owned and managed by the Lebanese Moslems Association. The Lebanese Moslems Association is an Australian non-profit welfare organisation founded in 1962 as a community project aiming to serve the "social, religious, recreational and educational" needs of Australian Muslims, and to advocate on their behalf in pursuit of these aims.[2]

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