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Islamist organizations in America
« on: January 04, 2014, 05:20:48 AM »

Islamist Organizations in America

Islamic extremists have developed a sophisticated network of interconnected organizations across America. The following are profiles of these organizations and the people behind them. Search by state or scroll through to find your state.


We are constantly updating this directory. Please send us names of organizations in your state not listed and any information you may have if you suspect they may be involved in extremist activity.


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Islamic Society of Mobile


Islamic Center of Tucson

Muslim American Society -- Arizona Chapter

Masjid Es Salaam

Islamic Center of the North East Valley

Council on American-Islamic Relations—Arizona (CAIR-AZ) 


Islamic Center of Little Rock


Masjid Al Islam (Oakland)

Islamic Circle of North America - Southern California Chapter

Islamic Circle of North America—San Francisco Bay Area Chapter

Masjid Al-Nabi

Hejrat Foundation

CAIR Sacramento Valley Chapter

Council on American Islamic Relations - Greater Los Angeles Area Chapter

Council on American Islamic Relations - San Diego Chapter

Assembly of Muslim Jurists of America

Council on American Islamic Relations - San Francisco Bay Area Chapter

Zaytuna College

Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC)


Islamic Center of Fort Collins


Masjid al-Islam

District of Columbia

As-Sabiqun / Masjid al- Islam

Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR)


The Mosque Foundation

Nation of Islam

Islamic Medical Association of North America

American Muslims for Palestine (AMP)

North American Islamic Trust (NAIT)

Muslim Students Association 


Muslim Youth of North America

Islamic Society of North America (ISNA)


Islamic Center of Cedar Rapids

Midamar Corporation


Muslim American Society (MAS)


Muslim Alliance in North America


Islamic Society of Boston


Islamic American University 


Mishkah Islamic University of North America

New Jersey

Noor Center Corporation

CAIR -- New Jersey

N.J. Chapter of American Muslims for Palestine

Islamic Society of Monmouth County

New Brunswick Islamic Center

Islamic Center of Jersey City

Muslim Society of Jersey Shore / Masjid Bilal

American Muslim Union

Islamic Center of Passaic County (ICPC)

Dar Ul-Islah Islamic Center / Muslim Society of Bergen County

New York

Alavi Foundation

Islamic Society of Bay Ridge

Masjid At Taqwa

United Muslim Christian Forum

International Quranic Open University


Muslims of the Americas (MOA)

Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA)


Islamic Center of Portland


United Muslim Islamic Center

United Muslim Masjid / United Muslim Movement

Quba Institute / International Muslim Brotherhood

Sankore Institute of Islamic African Studies International / Light of the Age Mosque

Council on American Islamic Relations Philadelphia Chapter

South Carolina



International Institute of Islamic Thought

American Open University

All Dulles Area Muslim Society Center

Dar al-Hijrah Islamic Center

Association of Muslim Scientists and Engineers

Association of Muslim Social Scientists of North America

Islamic Relief USA
« Last Edit: January 04, 2014, 05:21:32 AM by rangerrebew »
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