News and Announcements

Rajab 1437

The 1st of Rajab 1436 fell on Saturday April 9th, 2016.  Expect the 1st of Sha’baan to be on Sunday May 8th, 2016. Important dates during this month include:

Jamadi-ul-Thani 1437

The 1st of Jamadi-ul-Thani 1437 fell on Thursday March 10th, 2016.  Expect the 1st of Rajab to be on Saturday, April 9th, 2016. Important dates during this month include:


Jamadi-ul-Ula 1437

The 1st of Jamadi-ul-Ula 1437 fell on Wednesday February 10th, 2016.  Expect the 1st of Jamadi-ul-Thani to be on Thursday March 10th, 2016. Important dates during this month include:

Rabi-ul-Thani 1437

The 1st of Rabi-ul-Thani 1437 fell on Tuesday January 12th, 2016.  Expect the 1st of Jamadi-ul-Ula to be on Wednesday February 10th 2016. Important dates during this month include:

Mercy to Mankind: Remembering our Beloved Prophet – Friday 1/8/2016


IMAN invites you to a program at 7:00 PM on Friday January 8th, 2016 that will reflect on the life of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (PBUH & his family) to learn from his actions to build peace when injustices were all around him and even to him.

Program Details:

7:00 PM – Welcoming Neighbors and Friends

7:10 PM – Qur’an Recitation

7:15 PM – Video (Muhammad: The Legacy of a Prophet)

8:00 PM – Isha Prayers

8:20 PM – Remarks by Br. Jawad Khaki, Radia Perlman, John Hale

8:40 PM – Open Discussion

9:10 PM – Ziyarat, Refreshments


Rabi-ul-Awwal 1437

The 1st of Rabi-ul-Awwal 1437 fell on Sunday, December 13th, 2015.  Expect the 1st of Rabi-ul-Thani to be on Monday January 11th, 2016. Important dates during this month include:

Enjoining Good and Forbidding Evil

In the name of God, the all Compassionate, the all Merciful

“Whoever killed a human being, except as a punishment for murder or other wicked crimes, should be looked upon as though he killed all mankind; and that whoever saved a human life should be regarded as though he has saved all mankind.” (Qur’an 5:32)

Ithna-asheri Muslim Association of the Northwest (IMAN) unequivocally condemns all acts of terror and violence against innocent civilians, committed by anyone, anywhere. Our condemnation and denouncement of the horrific mass killings in many parts of the world, including Middle East, Asia, Europe, Africa, and most recently here in our country, USA cannot possibly express the pain and anguish of all upstanding citizens of the world.

It is especially painful and shocking for our community when perpetrators of such heinous crimes claim to be Muslims. As we stand united with our fellow American citizens in these tragic times, we pray that power of faith in common humanity and compassion prevail over fear and suspicion that has given rise to Islamophobia in parts of our country. (more…)