YM is a grassroots intellectual movement that has been active since the early '90s. It is the largest national off campus grassroots youth organization in the United States. YM’s goal is to presents Islam in an easy and beautiful fashion. Furthermore, YM aims to present Islam in a socially and spiritually relevant manner such that it develops a balanced American and Muslim identity. YM achieves its goal by providing college and high school students with an opportunity to dialogue their religious experience and discuss spiritual concerns on a weekly basis. YM’s primary objective is to foster a safe environment in which high school and university Muslim students can question and become informed about their faith on a weekly basis.
The goal of Young Muslims shall be to seek the pleasure of Allah (SWT) by educating, training and developing the Muslim youth to be balanced Islamic workers in the United States.
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YM Brothers are amazing mashaAllah. Every time I meet one of them or spend time with them, I am taken back. May Allah bless them for their efforts and hard work. Ameen” – Imam Omar Suleiman
“I am indebted to YM for what its done for me, it’s had a huge impact on my life…I made life-long friendships.” – Faraz Iqbal, fmr. YM Natl. Coordinator ’98-’00
“The best years of my life were spent as a member of Young Muslims. No joke!” – Gareth Bryant, fmr. YM Natl Shurah member ’08-09′ from YM NY
“There’s nothing like the feeling you get after a great NN YM NeighborNet
. It makes you wonder how much more amazing hanging out with the brothers will be in Jannah. iA The Most High allows us to keep experiencing moments like these in our lives and in the hereafter.” – Omar Moqeet, fmr. YM Natl. Shura Member, active YM Chicago member
“There is absolutely nothing like YM alhumdulillah. There are literally brothers
here from age 14 to 27 and everyone is straight chillin’ “ – Arif Hussain, fmr. YM Natl. Coordinator ’08-’09