United Muslim Association

Donors find $10m for mosque site

The Lands Department has refused to reconsider its demand that Hong Kong Muslims pay nearly $10 million for land to build a mosque.

Sunday, 12 February, 2006, 12:00am

Muslims prevail after decade-long fight for mosque

A long-awaited mosque for New Territories Muslims has been given preliminary approval by officials after almost a decade of complaints by residents opposed to its construction.

11 Nov 2002 - 12:00am

Offering parents more choice

I refer to your editorial of June 26, headlined, 'Guidelines needed', and wish to offer the following background to the United Muslim Association's application for use of the Wai Chow Public School site.

It is the Government's policy to provide nine-year free and compulsory education to all children within the age group of six to 15 years.

4 Jul 1996 - 12:00am

Guidelines needed

Bureaucrats never like to admit that they have been forced to change their minds. This may explain why the Government is tying itself in knots trying to deny that it performed a hasty U-turn in allowing the United Muslim Association to rent a derelict school near Yuen Long for just $1 a year.

26 Jun 1996 - 12:00am