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The North American Council of Somali Imams (NACSI) was founded in early 2001 by the leading  Muslim scholars of the Somali Community to meet the religious and social needs of the new Somali immigrants to North America. The Council have grown since its inception six years ago, and now have more than 21 mosques and Islamic centers in more than ten states in the U.S. Over the years, as the number of the Somali community in North America grew, the need of the community for the services of the Council have grown as well.


The North American Council of Somali Imams (NACSI) is an-umbrella  non-profit organization that is  dedicated to bring together all the Somali Community in North America  so they help one another, and depend on each other for the common good of the community and the American society at large. NACSI draws its strength and guidance from the Holy Qur’an and the Sunnah of  Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)


The objectives of  North American Council of Somali Imams include but not limited to:

(a) Providing religious guidance to Muslims according to the Qur’an and the traditions of Prophet Mohamed (pbuh)

(b) Facilitating sharing and exchange of resources, services, and expertise among the member organizations;

(c) Establishing new institutions and Islamic centers where needed, and maintaining the existing ones;

(d) Registering and owning the real estate properties and deeds of member organizations in the name of the corporation as “Waqf” (Trust) for protection and safeguarding;

(e) Coordinating major Da’wah activities of mosques;

(f) Authorizing and making public statements on issues that concern Muslim Community in America;

(g) Deciding the sighting of the moon for the beginning of Ramadan and announcing Eid-ul-fitr;

(h) Organizing and managing fundraising activities for mosques and other Islamic causes in the USA;

(i) Resolving conflicts in mosques, and issuing  a final binding decision;

(j) Issuing Islamic fatwa (decree) in all issues concerning Muslim community in consultation with other Muslim Fatwa committees in North America.