Ithna-Asheri Muslim Association of the Northwest formed in August 1997.

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  • Posted 9/13/2001
  • Essay 3554
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In August 1997, the Ithna-Asheri Muslim Association of the Northwest forms to serve the needs of a small congregation of 50 to 150 members of the Iman sect. The members live mostly on the Eastside. The congregation worships in a 1200 173rd Avenue NE, in Sammamish.


Sammamish Community Council Minutes, ( scc2001/sccrmin0320.htm)

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