Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Happy Saviors Day!

New Orleans, LA - February 24, 2018

As Salaam Alaikum,
Dear Savior's Day attendees and supporters:

Imam W. Deen Mohammed said, "Savior's Day is meant to be a day of remembrance and celebration."   Alhumdullilah, we had an amazing event in New Orleans, LA this weekend! We thank you all for the connection, information sharing, memories created, and community experience. The Mosque Cares | Ministry of Imam W. Deen Mohamed truly appreciates all of you, our loyal supporters and many guests who attended this year's Savior's Day, helping make it one of our best celebrations yet.  Believers EVERYWHERE joined us to commemorate Saviors Day 2018. This Historic Event, reestablished by Imam W. Deen Mohammed preserves his Vision, Legacy and Leadership. We appreciate your renewed commitment to support his Mission and Ministry for Building Bridges For Peace and Justice for all people.  We thank you for your support of this worthy cause, and pray Allah continues to bless and guide our Community always.  Feel free to browse through the Savior's Day 2018 photo album and Program video.

Monday, January 15, 2018

Dr. Martin Luther King Day of Service

Today we we reflect on the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by participating in the #MLK National Day of Service.

As you know MANY families live in areas where lack of business leads to them paying twice as much for necessities including diapers.  They don’t have the opportunity to purchase online, comparison or discount shop which leads to increased costs of household goods, including those critical to their children’s health and well-being.  This is bad for parents and babies alike. We have joined the #DiaperGap program and here’s how you can support The Mosque Cares charity work.  

Donate directly to TMC • TMC-MLKDayofSvc-Donation

Donate directly to the diaper program; we are able to purchase diapers at a much lower cost and distribute to those in need •   TMC Diaper Gap Donation

You may also make a donation to support initiatives, projects and programs of The Ministry of Imam W. Deen Mohammed by visiting www.TheMosqueCares.com


Monday, January 1, 2018


 • FREE & OPEN to the public - this is an informal, educational, community health and wellness event where we can interact, listen, learn and ask questions, spread the word and please join us! 

Tuesday, December 26, 2017

2017 Week of Upliftment

On Tuesday of this week The Mosque Cares launched the second annual IMAM W DEEN MOHAMMED WEEK OF UPLIFTMENT. For the last seven days of the year, we invite you to join us in choosing favorite lectures by Imam W Deen Mohammed from your/our personal libraries and listening to one or more each day, preferably with family, friends and loved ones with the hope of encouraging positive discussion after.

This is an initiative that we hope to continue next year and in the future. Some of us listen to Imam W. Deen Mohammed every day, but we believe this is a unifying effort for us, Followers and Students of Imam Mohammed. 

The main focus of this week is to enjoy the benefits of a lecture a day whether at home, the office or in the car. This is a perfect opportunity to brighten some of the doldrums that may come along this time of year. As believers we know that Allah's mercy is greatest on our collective efforts. Don't forget to check in on neighbors and Believers who may be less fortunate or could use your help. May Allah bless us all with a happy and progressive New Year. Ameen

Saturday, December 9, 2017

Education Program Launch / Updates & Mentor Volunteer Request

  • The education semester begins March 10, 2018, G'd willing.  
  • More information related to diagnostic testing is coming soon.  
  • This testing will determine subject focus for the upcoming semester.

  • The Mosque Cares Islamic Studies and Heritage Youth Program is seeking volunteer male mentors for boys ages 7-14.  
  • Your expertise in various professions, trades, skills, etc. is needed.  A time commitment of one afternoon per month is all that is required.
  • You may volunteer in-person at The Mosque Cares, by email, Skype, phone, webinar, etc.
  • Please register your contact information and you will receive a follow up call or email.
  • Thank you in advance for investing in "our future."

Friday, November 10, 2017

Happy Veterans Day

The Ministry of Imam W Deen Mohammed | The Mosque Cares sends thanks to all Veterans for your service to our country.  We honor and appreciate you today and every day.  With gratitude, we thank you for your willingness to sacrifice for our society and country.

"We give a strong salute to all forces on the side of justice, especially fellow Americans in uniform." Imam W Deen Mohammed

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Denouncing Myanmar's Massacre and "Textbook Ethnic Cleansing" of the Rohingya

The US Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO), the largest coalition of leading national and local Muslim organizations in America, strongly condemns the Myanmar government's ongoing systematic and categorical persecution and ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya civilian population, in flagrant neglect of the longstanding, urgent warnings by top UN officials against these unethical practices that are illegal under international law.

We are shocked and dismayed at State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi's tacit approval of the recent mass deployment of the state army to indiscriminately brutalize the already abjectly dispossessed and shamefully despoiled Rohingya. We further denounce her perfidious and feeble justification of it-in the face of the near-universal international condemnation of her-in the tired name of terrorism.

Rather, Myanmar's political and military authorities have clearly descended to the disgraceful actions of terrorizing the Rohingya into leaving the lands and homes of their ancient birthright and legacy because of the depraved incitements of a base religious bigotry and political expedience, in what the UN has branded as a "textbook example of ethnic cleansing."

The Myanmar army's well-documented use of heavy artillery against unarmed innocents, along with rocket launchers and helicopter gunships, and its merciless program of burning out villagers, mass slaughter, rape, torture, and extrajudicial killings are utterly unconscionable acts of inhumanity. This unjustifiable systematized exercise of both a government's inherently coercive force and the use of its deadliest war machines against its own inhabitants constitutes sufficient cause to delegitimize the political leadership of any party or individual, even to revoke the claimed rights of nationhood of any complicit people.

That is the lesson of Nuremburg, and, indeed, it is by the standards of genocide that independent observers have now begun to measure Myanmar's political and military authorities' heartless assault on the havenless Rohingya, whom Myanmar has deliberately kept in a stateless status with no civil or human rights.

The sheer savagery of the Myanmar security forces against the Rohingya, especially in northern Arakan, since August 11-whether the Rohingya were cowering in their homes, fleeing upon the open road, hiding in the mountains, braving its jungles, or skirting its rivers and dales-leaves few other names than 'genocide' by which this mass atrocity may be called. Since August 25, an astounding 313,000 Rohingya have crossed the River Naf into Bangladesh in "urgent need of life-saving assistance," according to the International Organization for Migration.

The Myanmar government cannot contest these egregious facts by what the UN calls a "complete denial of reality" but only by allowing independent humanitarian agencies, including Muslim agencies, to minister to the cordoned-off Rohingya's grave traumas-mental, physical, and social-and by permitting independent media to tell their stories and human rights advocates to assess their allegations and conditions.

USCMO urges our United States government, the UN Security Council, and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation to take concrete steps in holding the government of Myanmar responsible and accountable, to immediately demand the protection and enfranchisement of the Rohingya people, and to open safe passage for countries and relief organizations to provide the life-saving humanitarian assistance that the Rohingya now so desperately need.


Founding members of USCMO: American We Muslims for Palestine (AMP), Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA), Muslim Alliance in North America (MANA), Muslim American Society (MAS), Muslim Legal Fund of America (MLFA), Muslim Ummah of North America (MUNA), The Mosque Cares (Ministry of Imam W. Deen Mohammed).

Sunday, September 10, 2017

Interfaith Against Hunger Success

#WalktheTalk - Interfaith Against Hunger worked TOGETHER to assemble 24,000 dry package meals which will be distributed in the #Chicagoland area G'd willing. 

Happy Saviors Day!

New Orleans, LA - February 24, 2018 As Salaam Alaikum, Dear Savior's Day attendees and supporters: Imam W. Deen Mohammed said,  &...