Masjid Al-Mu’minun is one of the most recognized religious buildings in the city of Atlanta, and a vast number of people from different cultures and backgrounds visit the Masjid on a daily basis. Al-Mu’minun is nationally known for advocacy of Muslims and Islamic Issues. The Masjid congregation and staff have been the subject of numerous religious programs and news features in recent years.
Our Vision is a principle-centered wholisitc, universal model of community life based in the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) and tafsir of Imam W.D. Mohammed. Sustainable community life modeled after "Medinah-Al-Munawarrah(City of Light)". An enviroment of community life that provides halal(lawful) resources, governance, institutions, businesses, trade, and commerce that protect the interests of natural human life: not leaving out anyting of human concern, now and in the future.
Imam Furqan A. Muhammad
Imam Furqan A. Muhammad accepted Al-Islam in 1968. From 1975 until present, he has been an Imam in Griffin, Athens, Marietta and LaGrange, Georgia. Imam Furqan is presently serving as Imam at Masjid Al-Muminun in Atlanta, Georgia.
Imam Furqan has been a full time Daa’I (Propagator Of Al-Islam) since 1989 He services 37 prisons: city, county, state and federal. He speaks regularly on television, radio and at colleges, universities, high schools, elementary schools and churches. He has had religious dialogue with both Jewish and Christian leaders.
Imam Furqan made Hajj (Pilgrimage to Mecca) in 1989. He has traveled to Morocco, China, Sudan, Senegal and recently to Turkey on a 10 day interfaith Pilgrimage with Muslims, Christians and Jews. He married in 1974, (his wife’s name is Daa’Iyah) and they have two sons; six granddaughters, and two grandsons.