Islamic Association of North America (IANA) was founded in the year of 2001 to meet the religious and social needs of Muslim societies in North America. As a response to the changing realities of Muslim communities
Islamic Association of North America (IANA) was founded in the year of 2001 to meet the religious and social needs of Muslim societies in North America. As a response to the changing realities of Muslim communities, IANA re-positions itself to effectively reach diverse Muslim communities across the country. We are a nationwide umbrella organization with over thirty-five centers and organizations. In Minnesota alone, we have more than a dozen Islamic organizations.
Members of IANA:
.Abu Bakr Islamic Center of Washington
Abu Huraira Islamic Center, Rochester, MN
Abubakar As-Saddique Islamic Center of Faribault
Abubakar As-Saddique Islamic Center, Minneapolis, MN
Al Huda Islamic Center, Salt Lake City, UT
Al-Farooq Islamic Center, Nashville, TN
Al-Ihsan Islamic Center St. Paul, MN
Barron Islamic Center, Barron, WI
Boston Islamic Center, MA
Irshad Islamic Center, MN
Ibn Taymiyyah Masjid and Islamic Center, Columbus
Islamic Cultural Center of Louisville, Kentucky
Lewiston and Auburn Islamic Center, Lewiston, ME
Maine Muslim Community Center (Bilal Mosque) Portland, MA
Masjid Abu Bakar, Portland, OR
Masjid Abu Hurairah, Columbus, OH
Abubakar Islamic Center of Seattle, WA
Masjid al-Ansar San Diego, CA
Al-Rahma Mosque of Phoenix, AZ
Al-Rahmah Mosque and Muslim Society of Owatonna, MN
Masjid As-Sunnah and Islamic Center St. Paul, MN
Masjid As-Sunnah &Dawah Center, Atlanta GA
Tawbah Islamic Center, Des Moines, IA
Masjid Dar-us-Salam, Burnsville, MN
Shafie Islamic Center, Omaha, NE
Al-Taqwa Islamic Center of Kansas City, MO
Dar Al-Farooq Islamic Center, Bloomington, MN
Al-Huda Islamic Center - East Grand Forks, MN
Masjid Shaafici Cultural Center, Minneapolis, MN
Towhid Islamic Center Seattle, WA
Minnesota Muslim Community (Ibadur Rahman)
Al-Huda Islamic Center of Nashville, Nashville, TN
Ask-A-Muslim, Columbus, Ohio
IANA’s Dawah Activities include:
Professional development activities for Imams, organizational leaders, and Islamic Studies instructors.
Further advancement of Islamic Da’wah in the light of the Qur’an and Sunnah.
Promote the sustainability and the well-being of Muslim families by providing counseling and conflict resolution services.
Facilitate national Islamic conference to revive the spirit of Islam in the conscience of Muslims.
Create youth programs and activities to promote Islamic values, leadership skills, and commitment to community service.