Imam Mohamed Magid 

Imam Mohamed Magid 
Imam Mohamed Magid is a sudanese-born american who came to the United States in 1987.
he attained his religious education in various islamic disciplines as a resident scholar at al-medina institute. currently serving as the executive director of the all dulles area muslim society (adams), imam magid helped establish exemplary religious services for muslim communities across the nation to emulate. he has much experience serving the nation-wide muslim community as isna’s east zone representative and as isna vice president prior to his election in september 2010 as isna president. imam magid has a long history of commitment to public service through organizations, such as the peaceful families project, annual twinning of mosques and synagogues, fairfax faith communities in action, interfaith conference of metropolitan washington assembly and the buxton interfaith initiative.
imam magid strives to create and foster dialogue and increase understanding about islam. part of his work with the buxton interfaith initiative included forging a partnership with rabbi robert nosanchuk, then leader of the northern virginia hebrew congregation in reston. both men were recognized by the washingtonian as “2009’s washingtonians of the year” for building bridges between their faith communities. imam magid continues to provide good counsel for the muslim community through his regular contributions to isna’s magazine, islamic horizons, as well as a speaker and leader of discussions on imminent issues facing the muslim american community. he is also well known for his family counseling expertise. imam magid lives in virginia with his wife and five young daughters.
to learn more about imam magid, please click here. you will find a full biography, statements from interfaith, community, and government partners he has worked with and recent press coverage of the imam and his exemplary work.


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