Islamic Society of the Washington Area
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The Islamic Society of the Washington Area (ISWA) is a mosque and religious community center located in Silver Spring, Maryland. It was founded mostly by Muslims from the Caribbean region in 1973. Today, the center serves about 300 families from around 70 nationalities. The center also maintains a halal certification that is internationally recognised.
- "About Our Imam". 2017. http://iswamd.org/about-imam/.
- "About ISWA". 2017. http://iswamd.org/about/.
- Essley, Liz (20 April 2013). "Credo: Faizul Khan, imam of the Islamic Society of the Washington Area". http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/credo-faizul-khan-imam-of-the-islamic-society-of-the-washington-area/article/2527619.
- "Home". 2011. http://www.ushalalcertification.com.
- "Islamic Society of the Washington Area". Halalfire. 22 September 2009. https://www.zabihah.com/aut/us/aiCxC3QZnw.