Mission Statement

Transform ICNA into an effective grass-roots Islamic movement of committed and diverse membership working for the betterment of society through self development, education, outreach and social services.
(Adopted from Board (Shura) Retreat 2006)

Strategic Goals

  1. Developing knowledgeable and active individuals who can effectively represent Islam in society
  2. Strengthening and streamlining our organization
  3. Becoming relevant to society at large
  4. Deepening our roots in the Muslim community

Value Statement

  1. The Qur’an and the Sunnah shall be the primary source of guidance.
  2. ICNA shall never utilize means that violate the Islamic principles to attain its goal.
  3. To attain its goal, ICNA shall utilize only democratic, legal and peaceful means according to the Islamic principles.
  4. ICNA shall disseminate the message of Islam, provide intellectual and moral training to build Islamic character and conduct and educate the public to achieve its goal.(Clause 4 ICNA Charter)

The Seven-point Program of ICNA

  1. Inviting mankind to submit to the Creator by using all possible means of communication.
  2. Motivating Muslims to perform their duty of being witness unto mankind by their words and deeds.
  3. Organizing those who agree to work for this cause in the discipline of ICNA.
  4. Offering educational and training opportunities to increase Islamic knowledge, to enhance character, and to develop skills of all those who are associated with ICNA.
  5. Opposing immorality and oppression in all forms, supporting efforts for socioeconomic justice and civil liberties in the society.
  6. Strengthening the bond of humanity by serving all those in need anywhere in world, with special focus on our neighborhood across North America.
  7. Cooperating with other organizations for implementation of this program and unity in the Ummah.

(Clause 6 of ICNA Charter)

ICNA Charter adopted on December 4, 1977, revised on January 1, 1994.