ECIC Letter of Solidarity

Dear Community Members,

We as a community have been watching the unfolding events throughout the U.S. in recent days with shock and sadness.  The protests across numerous U.S. cities, including Atlanta, and in many cities around the world show the extent of the pain, frustration, and anger with the unfortunate status quo of inequality, racism, and injustice. These events were triggered by the alarming death of George Floyd, but remembering Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor, Steven Taylor, and Yassin Mohamed, we know that this issue is much deeper than just one incident.

Did you know that getting shot by the police is now a leading cause of death for Black men and boys in the U.S.? 

For many years, we have witnessed and mourned the murders of these innocent Black lives violently taken by police brutality and white supremacism. The names above add to the long list of Black lives taken over the years with little or no accountability due to institutional racism and systematic oppression. 

The management of East Cobb Islamic Center recognizes anti-Black racism as a serious threat and condemns all forms of anti-Black violence. We take this opportunity to express our love and solidarity with our Black and African-American sisters and brothers, both within and outside our community. 

As a community, it is not enough for us to simply verbally condemn anti-Black racism. We must take action as well - starting with honestly acknowledging that racism and bigotry exist within our community as well, going against the teachings of Islam and basic human rights. In a study by the Muslim Anti-Racism Collaborative on Intra-Muslim Ethnic Relations, 59% of participants reported experiences of ethnic or racial discrimination from other Muslims. 

“Oh, you who believe! Be persistently standing firm in justice!” [Quran 4:135] Let us fulfill our duty as Muslims and compassionate human beings by standing together in solidarity with our Black and African-American sisters and brothers by fulfilling these actions: 

  • Educate ourselves and our families about the injustices within many of our systems - many policies related to education, voting rights, economics, incarceration, and more are in place to oppress Black communities (see list of resources here).
  • Recognize and reject any racist notions we see and hear, especially those that are anti-Black - whether it is within or outside of our homes.
  • Watch documentaries such as UnMosqued with family and engage in discussions on how to actively make the community welcoming to everyone.
  • Vote for candidates who will fight on behalf of the community to change discriminatory policies, fight for prison reform, and abolish police brutality.
  • Hold our employers accountable for speaking out against racial injustice, if they haven’t already (see this template to get started).
East Cobb Islamic Center will not tolerate any discrimination or hatred towards any racial or ethnic group. Please reach out to us with ideas you have on proactively engaging our community in fighting systematic racism and engaging in conversations about racial injustice.

With best wishes and duas for peace,
JazakumAllahu Khairan
East Cobb Islamic Center

05 Jun 2020 03:57 PM

Daily Salah Update

السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته 

Dear ECIC Community Members,

ECIC is open for daily Salah for adult males between the age group of 18 to 60 only starting from tomorrow 1st June 2020 from Fajr salah.

Given below are the guidelines that ECIC will be adopting to ensure that our community members are safe while conduct the daily congregation salah.

1) Any male community member between the ages of 18 to 60 is welcome to attend the daily salah.
2) Masjid doors will open 5 mintutes before the salah and will close after the fard salah.
3) Musallee are expected to perform the Sunnah and Nawafil at home.
4) Bathroom and wudoo areas are closed so PLEASE do your wudu AT HOME.
5) Please bring your own prayer mats and pray at the marked spots in the masjid.
6) Wear your face mask all the time while you are in the masjid.
7) Avoid touching any surfaces while in the masjid.
8) Avoid gathering in groups inside or outside the masjid.

9) If you develop any Covid-19 symptoms before the salah please DO NOT come to the masjid
10)  If you develop any Covid-19 symptoms after the salah please inform Br Mohsin or Br Amer so that we can inform others.



01 Jun 2020 07:11 PM

ECIC TV YouTube Channel

Assalamu Alaikum,

Hope you are well by the grace of Allah SWT. ECIC just launched a YouTube channel. Please check it out and subscribe. 


ECIC TV YouTube Channel
27 Mar 2020 07:45 PM

Jumu'ah Prayer and all other Programs Cancelled Indefinitely

East Cobb Islamic Center is CANCELLING Jumu’ah and all programs as of tomorrow until further notice Insha Allah.
In order to protect the lives of humans which is a more important matter as of now and contemplating about the bigger picture in the long run.

March 12, 2020

13 Mar 2020 03:23 AM

Prayer Timings - 06 Jun (14 Shawwal)

Fajr05:04 AM05:30 AM
Sunrise06:26 AM
Dhuhr01:37 PM02:00 PM
Asr06:37 PM06:45 PM
Maghrib08:47 PM
Isha10:10 PM10:20 PM

Jumua Timings


About Us

East Cobb Islamic Center is a Muslim place of worship conforming to the ahl al-sunnah wa al-jamah. We do not subscribe to any one particular madhab, but defers to the Imam of the masjid in matters of worship. Here, you will find yourself welcomed regardless of your inclination.


The name is given by God as a gift to human beings out of His Love and Compassion through His beloved Prophet Muhammad, may peace and blessings be upon him and his family.


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ECIC Free Clinic

The clinic opened its door on Saturday April 23rd, 2016 and is open every Saturday except holiday weekends between 9am to 12pm.  

Board Of Trustees

Chairman: Dr. Azaibi Tamin

Vice Chairman: Dr. Shakil Akhtar

Click here to know more.

Sunday School

Sunday School for Spring 2019 resumed on January 6th, 2019 Alhamdu Lillah. Click here to learn more.

Cemetery Information

For burial at ECIC Cemetery, please call, text, or email Altaf Jangda at 404-664-2347; altaf.jangda@gmail or Abdul K Amer at 404-610-1431; Click here to know more.


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