The Islamic Center

Islamic Center - Washington, DC

Imam Asi

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Joined Sep 30 2008
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Silver Spring, MD
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The Islamic Center

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As-Salaam Alaikum everyone.  Thank you for visiting our website.

Imam al-Asi is the elected Imam of the Islamic Center in Washington DC.   To learn more, visit the "What Happened" page on this site.

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Reply ameer
9:27 PM on February 15, 2017 
i here and just arrived and still looking around .
Reply san
6:50 AM on September 29, 2011 
SALAM Am Miss Sanica 22yrs from Ethiopia, sorry for my embarrassment to your ( profile, I was only interested and wanted to know if we can develop a good lovely relationship. I wish if it is the will of God we can move from here. But For better presentation kindly do not count on age,religion,colour even our distance since they don't matter because what matters most is real love. Waiting to read from you direct in my mail address. ( from you Miss Sanica
Reply Aref P. Ibarra
6:46 AM on July 7, 2011 
Imam Asi, please have time to read my question i posted. Please help.
Reply Ibrahim dickson heart
7:07 AM on April 14, 2010 
Reply Reza Morakkabi
2:10 AM on May 16, 2009 
Salaam Imam Asi, A friend sent me your website. Hope you are doing well
Reply Aiesha
10:40 AM on March 15, 2009 
I need some guidance and direction regarding a sensative issue. I do not want to post this information in an open forum, how can I contact you directly or someone that can assist me?
Reply Haji Mohammed Abubkr (Ali) Omar
2:10 PM on October 22, 2008 
Read 'Cantar X2' for Cantar. Note 'our election' is unconscious typo humor re: 'YOUR election', but it applies to you all who are so concerned about CLEAR signs, and OPEN statements, regarding what goes on and is addressed only by indirect reference by so many everywhere, isn't that right?

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Reply Haji Mohammed Abubkr (Ali) Omar
1:49 PM on October 22, 2008 
Congratulations on our election, Imam Asi. I found this site because I wanted to email an offer to the Islamic center.

Do you think this is fair:

I need to vacate my apartment so it can be renovated. My friends placed an apartment on the market for one year at $1600/month plus ultilities.

The renovation takes only 3 - 6 months, so I thought, Why not offer the same amount of money to the Islamic Center so I could be a visiting Imam for 3 months? Then if necessary I can find alternate arrangements if the renovation takes longer? I missed Ramadan. I owe prayers. All I need is a bed, and a locked room for my computers. I have a wireless modem and can work between prayers, but at least I'll BE there for prayer regularly for 90 days. [jet] What do you think? Is that a fair offer?

What about others? At $1600/month, perhaps I should offer $800/month rent, and $800 per month for halel food purchases for the mosque so everyone is included [sound13:39], but that might be like a bribe. There are surely other brothers who would like to live at mosque for 90 days. I could ask the Board of Directors to interview them and $800 for me, and $800 for a scholarship? And for 90 days only. And then two more for 90 days six months later to show fairness?

Or, is there not room for two brothers, even in a tent, in terms of psychological space?

There are likely apts [Brhn] near by in the $1600/month range, but I'm SOoo busy working, the relative short bike ride from here to mosque and back has been a major obstacle [ladder]

Another alternative would be to stay at the shelter for 90 days, with only a cheap laptop... or to go to Mekka for 90 days and pray, but Umra is usually limited to 5 days, again because of psychological space.

I owe prayers. I want to finish my book regarding el Fatiah... I need to travel... [ladder sound 13L45] And how are you? The Cantar X is currently listed at $15,000
Asalam wa laykum, Peaceful possiblities and events upon you.

Haji Mohammed... [Distant train whistle '/.]