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The Golden Path Group Los Angeles, CA 9827 LaSalle Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90047 Basim Zahir / Abdul Malik 310.210.1552 / 323.350.7346 Sundays 12:00- 1:30pm
Winston Salem Group  Winston Salem, NC  Community Mosque of Winston Salem 1419 Waughton St. Winston Salem NC 27106  Ibrahim Davidson 336.655.5379 Bilal Elmore 336.817.7714    Mondays 7:00pm 
Jama'at Al Tauba Group (The gathering of those making repentance)  Washington, DC / Maryland  Avondale Islamic Center 4637 Eastern Ave Mount Ranier Maryland 20712  Imam Bilal Ali  202.374.0534  Fridays 8:30pm - 9:30pm 
New Life Jaamat  Tucson,Arizona  Islamic Center of Tucson, 901 E.1st Street Tucson,AZ 85719  Abdullalatif Ashanti / Edgar Huggins  520 304.9643 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Between Maghrib and Isha Prayer Tuesday and Thursday 
  San Francisco CA 94117  San Francisco Muslim Community Center 850 Divisadero St.  Otis Rahem  415.244.6125 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Saturdays 12:00 noon 
No Option Group  San Diego, CA  6431 imperial Ave.  Jihad Faruq Shaheed  619.534.1622 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  5:30pm / Thursday 
  Sacramento, California  MAS-SSF Office 3820 Auburn Blvd. Suite 83 Sacramento, CA 95821  Maseh Stankizai  916.486.8626 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Please call or email for meeting times 
The Barakah Group  Rochester, NY   452 North Street Rochester, NY 14621  Abdul- Kariem Cannon  585.739.4509   Saturday, 6:30pm 
Millati Islami Pittsburgh, PA Chapter  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  An Nur Islamic Center 1017 Center Street Wilkinsbug, PA 15221  Jamal El-Amin  412.913.5590 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Meeting not Currently Active 
No meetings running currently  Philadelphia, Pa 19150    Ameen Abdur-Rasheed: available for group/literature information  215-514-6692    
MIB Group  New York, NY  Mosque of Islamic Brotherhood Inc. 130 W. 113th St. New York, NY 10026  Luqman Yunus 1694 Nelson Ave. Bronx, NY 10453  646.610.9809 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  6:30pm - 8:00pm Thursdays 
MIB Group  New York, NY  Mosque of Islamic Brotherhood Inc. 130 W. 113th St. New York, NY 10026  Abdul Wakil Muhammad  917.418.7705. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Tuesdays 6:00PM 
Millati Islami of Masjid Al-Islam  New Haven, CT  55 Gilbert Ave. New Haven, CT 06511  Abdullah Sabir Latif  475-800-5967  Tuesdays 6:00pm to 7:30pm  
Benja'min Abdullah Group  Mount Vernon, New York 10550  Masjid Yusef Shah 10 South 2nd Avenue Mount Vernon, NY 10550  Mustafa White / Hasan Shareef   917.670.6798 / 914.233.6935 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Monday 7:00pm - 8:30pm 
  Miami Florida  Masjid Al Ansar 5345 NW 7th Ave. Miami, Florida 33025  Hanif Abdul Rashid  305.926.7787 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  4:00pm - 5:00pm 
East Oakland  East Oakland, CA  East Oakland Recovery Center  Greg Moore  510-227-4827  Sundays 1:10 to 2:30 
Millati Islami of Dallas, Tx. (Chapter)  Dallas, Tx., 75203  2420 Cedar Crest, Dallas, Tx. 75203  Mufid Nu'Man and Nashid Uqdah  214-859-0999 & 214-690-0069  Sunday 10AM 
MILLATI ISLAMI IN RECOVERY  Dallas & Fort Worth, TX  1604 SUMMER DR, CEDAR HILL,TX 75104  SCOTT C. & BAQUEE S.  214-779-0497 & 214-580-0024  Saturday, Noon - beginning July 9, 2016 
The Haqq Group of Cincinnati  Cincinnati, OH  2315 Kenton Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45206  Sis.Jamilah Luqman, Bro.Hamidullah Shabazz, Bro. Darryl Muhammad  513.739.8206 / 513.382.7937 / 513.884.4211  Monday 6:pm until 7:30 pm times vary during Fall and Summer Seasons based on daylight savings times. 
The Survivors Group  Camden, NJ 08104  Quba School Islamic Learning Ctr.-1311 Haddon Ave.  Faheem & Ali Thompson   856-870-8170   Tuesday evenings: 7pm to 9pm 
The Tauheed Group  Brooklyn, NY  1166 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11216  Aisha Muhammad or Khalil Ibn Islam   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 917.577.2343 & This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 646.600.0477  Thursday 6:00pm - 7:00pm 
Upland Brookhaven Group  Brookhaven, PA 19015  601 Upland Ave, Suite 116 A  Jaffar Wali Green  302-897-3246  Wednesday evenings: 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM 
Yusuf Millati Islami Group / www.pathofpeace.us  Bakersfield, CA  1221 California Ave. Bakersfield, CA 93304  Kareem Saeed Siddeeq  661.546.4413  Thursday 7:00pm - 8:30pm 
Markaz Alkaram (Generosity) Group  Atlantic City, NJ  Markaz Alkaram Community Center 712 Michigan Avenue (first floor). Atlantic City, NJ 98401  Nafiysa M./ Khalid  Nafiysa M. 609.553.5488 / Khalid 609.892.4284  7:00pm Mondays and Fridays 
"You Can"t Deen If You Ain"t Clean Group- Atlanta, GA   Atlanta, GA  2031 Metropolitan Ave, Atlanta GA  Niles Akbar  404.734.8376 / 773.610.3517  12:00pm - 1:30pm Saturday 
Telephone Meeting  ALL STATES! Telemeeting.  From your home  Millati Islami World Services  (712) 775-7400 code 255185  8:00 PM Eastern Time Wednesdays 
Also Tuesdays at 8:00 PM Eastern Time
 



NEW MILLATI ISLAMI ZOOM MEETINGS

Topic: Millati Islami 12 Step Meeting
Times:
Every week on Friday, at 08:00 PM Eastern Time
Every week on Sunday, at 08:00 PM Eastern Time
 
(Time changed from 9:00 PM to 8:00 PM effective September 2021)

 

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Millati Islami World Services This is the new Millati Islami World Services website. 

 

Millati Islami is a fellowship of men and women, joined together on the "Path of Peace".  We share our experiences, strengths, and hopes while recovering from our active addiction to mind and mood altering substances.
We look to Allah (God) to guide us on Millati Islami (the Path of Peace). While recovering, we strive to become rightly guided Muslims, submitted our will and services to Allah.
 
 
Islam tells us clearly that the status of man in this world is that of an "Abd" (servant or 'slave'). We know that we must learn to be slaves and servants only to Allah and not slaves to mind and mood altering chemicals. We must also learn not to be slaves to people, places, things, and emotions.
Allah tells us that man is "Khalifa" (agent or inheritor of the earth). This means that Allah has entrusted us as human beings with custodianship of His creation. Our own bodies, minds and souls truly belong to Allah. They are only entrusted to us for a time. We are changed with their care while we have them in our possession.
 

Why?

In the Name of Allah The Compassionate, The Merciful

"Whoever recommends and helps a good cause becomes a partner therein; and whoever recommends and helps an evil cause shares in its burden; and Allah has power over all things."

 - (Quran 4:85)

We have sought to integrate the treatment requirements of both Al-Islam and the Twelve Step approach to recovery into a simultaneous program.  Our personal thanks and appreciation goes to the Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous programs from which we borrowed. Just as Narcotics Anonymous  was founded out of its need to be non-specific with regard to substance, so Millati Islami was born out of our need to be religiously specific with regard to spiritual principles.

Millati Islami, by God's will, (masha-Allah) offers a fresh perspective on age old ideas for treating our fallen human conditions. We pray further that it will serve as a model for successfully understanding and addressing the special problems encountered as recovering Muslims and substance abusers in a predominately non-Muslim society.

 

 

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12 Traditions of Millati Islami

  1. Shahadah - We bear witness that there is no God but Allah, and Muhammed is the last messenger of Allah.

  2. Personal recovery depends upon Millati Islami unity. Believers are friends and protectors of one another.

  3. For our individual and Jamaat (group) purpose there is but one ultimate authority which is Allah (God, the source from which all originates).

  4. Requirements for participation are a desire to stop using and willingness to learn a better way of life.

  5. Each Jamaat (group) should be autonomous except in their adherence in to these traditions.

  6. Our primary Jamaat (group) purpose is carrying out Al-Islam as the message of recovery to those who still suffer (Dawah).

  7. Problems of money, property, and prestige must never divert us from our primary purpose.

  8. Every Millati Islami Jamaat (group) should be self supporting but may accept sadaqa (voluntary charity) without attached obligations orpromises to donating parties.

  9. We may create service boards and committees directly responsible to those we serve.

  10. The Millati Islami name aught never be drawn into public controversy.

  11. Our public relations policy is based upon attraction before promotion. The criterion for both are decided by Jamaat (group), Taqwa, and Ihsan.

  12. Iman (faith) is the spiritual foundation of all our traditions, reminding us to place principles before personalities.
 
 
 
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