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Address: 1351 Riverwood Drive
Burnsville, MN 55337

Telephone: 952-882-9343
E-mail: info@islamicinstituteofmn.com

Mr.Kader: kader@islamicinstituteofmn.com

Mr.Taha: taha@islamicinstituteofmn.com

Mr.Akkad: akkad@islamicinstituteofmn.com

 
MOHAMED ELAKKAD
Retired Professor of Agronomy at the University of Minnesota

Head of task force for payment of loan- Islamic Center of Minnesota

Co-director- Voice of Islam Radio broadcast

Co-editor- Voice of Islam magazine

President – Minnesota Islamic Cemetery Association

Secretary- Islamic Institute of Minnesota

Secretary- Garden of Eden Islamic Cemetery in Burnsville
AMIN KADER
Professor of Accounting at Augsburg College. Also teaches a course on Islam at the same college

Past chairman of the Department of Business Administration at Augsburg College

President- Islamic Institute of Minnesota

Director- Minnesota Islamic Cemetery Association. The association is in charge of Islamic funerals and burials

President- Garden of Eden Islamic Cemetery in Burnsville

Past president of the Islamic Center of Minnesota

Past director of communication at the Islamic Center of Minnesota

Head of task force to acquire the Islamic Center of Minnesota in Fridley

Headed the task force for the help Bosnia Project

Along with Carol LaHurd, founded the interfaith dialog with Minneapolis council of churches

Spearheaded the Voice of Islam- a radio daily program

Helped in founding the Islamic Studies program at Luther Seminary
EZZEDDEEN TAHA
Brother Taha is a retired professional architect and medical facilities senior planner and a past member of American Institute of Architects (AIA)

He planned and designed major hospital and community projects in U.S.A., Europe and the Middle East

Brother Ezzeddeen served as the Imam of the Islamic Center of Minnesota for over 20 years- Now; he serves as the Imam for the Islamic Institute of Minnesota

He is a past Board member of the Islamic Center of Minnesota in more than one position

He edited "The Muslim Community", the first Islamic magazine (newsletter) in Minnesota and also issued "The Islamic Revival" publication

He headed several task forces to locate and design several proposed Islamic centers for Minnesota community and was a member of the task force that acquired the Islamic Center of Minnesota in Fridley

Lectured about Islam in churches, public schools, and other institutions

Brother Taha started the first drive in Minnesota to offer religious services for Muslims in local prisons (Stillwater, Oak Park, Rochester, etc.)

He is a co founder of the Islamic Institute of Minnesota and its affiliates

He currently serves as the chairman of the Garden of Eden Islamic Cemetery

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