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About Us

And that is why we are here.


And that is why we are here.

AMIN (American Muslim Intercultural Network) was established to address the unique needs of American Muslims, both native-born and immigrant.

Following the Prophetic model, we seek to make people feel valued, regardless of their background. We seek to serve those interested in Islam, those who have embraced Islam, or those recommitting themselves to religious life. We host activities that build camaraderie and create opportunities for honest dialogue, where people can express themselves safely.

With the help of Allah, AMIN hopes to help Muslims in America find the means and resources to establish and maintain strong spiritual values and practices in a morally safe environment. This will be achieved through worship, companionship, education, and community service.

AMIN aims to benefit not only our religious community but the city of Memphis as well. 

Our team:
Malik Shaw



Malik Shaw is the founder of AMIN and co-founder of Midtown Mosque in Memphis, TN.  He is a convert to Islam and originally from Detroit, MI.

Filsun Moussa



Filsun Moussa is a Regulatory Affairs People leader at Medtronic, Inc in Memphis, TN.

Aishah Darboe



Aishah Darboe is a student at Rhodes College in Memphis, TN.

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