Al-Zahra Mosque in 2006
|Location||Arncliffe (Sydney), New South Wales, Australia|
|Affiliation||Twelver Shia Islam|
|Architectural style||Iranian architecture|
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The Fatima Al-Zahra Mosque is a mosque located in Arncliffe a suburb of Sydney, Australia. Established in 1980, By Sheikh Fahd Mehdi Al-Ameli it is Australia's first and largest Shia mosque and also one of the Australia's largest mosques.
There have been allegations of threats made against the worshippers at the mosque.
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- Aston, Heath (5 April 2013). "Battle for Barton will be decided by mosque's support". Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 16 April 2015.
- "Men arrested after mosque 'threat'". Sydney Morning Herald. 25 November 2012. Retrieved 16 April 2015.
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