Masjid Muhammad, The Nation’s Mosque is produced out of the American experience!

King of Morocco Bestows Highest Honor on Imam Talib Shareef

Washington, D.C. – At the recent Celebration of the Rehabilitation of the Jewish Cemeteries of Morocco: The Houses of Life, held at the U.S. Senate, the Kingdom of Morocco bestowed their highest Royal Medal and honor on Imam Talib Shareef along with the Hon. Rabbi Bruce Lustig, and H.E. Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, for their interfaith leadership and works. Those in attendance, numbering around 150, were the representatives of his  majesty the King of Morocco, H.E. Serge Berdugo, H.E. Ahmed Toufiq, joined by Senator Ben Cardin, Congressman Andre Carson, Mr. Jason Isaacson, other members of Congress, State Department officials, Senior members of the diplomatic corps, members of the faith communities, and all other distinguished persons. View Picture View Picture View Picture View... read more

MAVA’s Annual 2015 Veterans Day Observance

By Lyndon A. Bilal, MAVA National Commander “I have only created jinns and men, that they may serve Me“. – Qur’an – 51:56. In accord with the excellent life example and model established in the seerah of Muhammad the Prophet (SAWS) in striving to be the best resident in the land in which you claim citizenship, and the spirit of New World Patriotism established by Imam W. Deen Mohammed (RA), on Wednesday, November 11, 2015, The Muslim American Veterans Association (MAVA) held their Annual Veterans Day program, and Wreath Laying Ceremony at Masjid Muhammad “The Nation’s Mosque”, Washington, DC, and the National WW II Memorial. After making Salatul-Zhur in the Musallah of the Masjid, the attendees were treated to an assortment of delicious refreshments including, fresh sandwiches, coffee, tea, juices, and other delectable food. The program began with resident Imam, and MAVA Vice Commander / Imam -Talib Shareef reciting an excellent prayer, and asking everyone to stand as the National Anthem was played. Imam Shareef set the tone for the day with his well thought out welcoming comments, and introduced MAVA National Commander Lyndon Bilal who gave a brief history of the founding of the organization, and an overview of their current activities, mission and goals. Imam Abdul-Rasheed Muhammad, USA, Ret. followed Commander Bilal’s talk. Other than being the first ever Muslim in the history of the United States to serve officially on active duty in the chaplaincy, he also served honorably for 25 years in the military. In his address he talked about some of his highlights, and experiences while in the military, and informed the attentive audience... read more

The Nation’s Mosque of America Condemns Terrorist Attack in Paris

Imam Talib Shareef, leader of The Nation’s Mosque, Masjid Muhammad, the oldest Muslim community located in the capital of America dating back to the mid 1930s, released the following statement in response to the recent attacks in Paris.   We join our President and all right-minded people around the world who are offering condolences and prayers from the deepest place in their hearts and souls for the people of France and the families of the innocent lives taken by yet another atrocious, senseless act of violence. We strongly condemn this terrorist attack in France and any of such attacks anywhere in the world. We continue to be shocked and pained by these futile, savage attacks against humanity and they must be stopped. While ISIL has claimed responsibility, our position is that it doesn’t matter who the attackers are or what they claim, their actions are criminal, inhumane, and are an outright betrayal of and not condoned by Islam, Christianity, Judaism or any of the other beautiful faith communities.  Any person or group, no matter how desperate their situation, no matter how much their hearts are paining because of wrong that has been done to them, or no matter what their cause, there is no justification for them to murder and make helpless, vulnerable, or innocent humans the target of their hate or their inhumane actions.   We ask the people of France and the world to not reciprocate their hate or their actions but rather seek justice against those responsible.  We call upon all religious leaders to maximize their Faith’s teachings of love, mercy, compassion, peace, universal brotherhood and... read more

Successful Celebration of Marriage

Masjid Muhammad, The Nation’s Mosque held the 2nd Annual Celebration of Marriage event on November 7, 2015. This event was well attended and included a marriage workshop which was lead by Imam Mutee’ Muzaleem of Masjid Al-Inshirah.  The Celebration of Marriage held at Tabeer Restaurant in Hyattsville, MD was chaired by Sis. Rafiah Jones and Bro. Kwame Shakoor.... read more

Jumah Service is held at 12:30 PM on Friday.

Join Our E-Mail List


Jumah Archive

Community Photos

About Us

masjidsmallG-d willing, we will continue developing and building upon our seventy plus year history in the Nation’s Capitol, as contributors to the nation and the globe. We certainly, as G-d conscious people, are to promote the oneness of G-d and the excellence and commonality of the human family and have that serve as our foundation to produce a model, stable, productive, and balanced Islamic Community. Continue Reading

Resident Imam

imamtalibImam Talib Shareef, is a retired Chief Master Sergeant of the United States Air Force after 30 years, and holds a Masters of Business Administration from American Intercontinental University, a Diploma from the Imam Muhammad ibn Saud Islamic University. Imam Shareef is a student of the late Imam W.D. Mohammed, Muslim-American Spokesman for Humanity.  Continue Reading

The Late, Imam WD Mohammed

imammuhammedHe called himself Muslim American Spokesman for Human Salvation and encouraged the common people and leaders of all religious traditions to return to the purity of their faith.  Others called him “America’s Imam”; leader of the Muslim American Experience.  He defined it, gave direction to it and devoted his life to it.  Continue Reading

Contact Us

2 + 13 =

Imam Talib Shareef Opening Prayer at U.S. Congress

Prayer Times

Additional Info

1519 4th St NW,
Washington, DC 20001
Call : (202) 483-8832
Email :

Visit Us

Call : (202) 483-8832 Email :
Translate »