Imam Siraj Wahhaj is the Imam of Masjid Taqwa in New York, and is well known among Muslims in North America as a dynamic speaker and tireless supporter of good causes.
He accepted Islam in 1969, received Imam training at Ummul Qura University of Makkah in 1978, and went on to become a national and international speaker on Islam. Imam Wahhaj has been Vice President of ISNA U.S. since 1997 and has served on Majlis Ash-Shura since 1987. He is a past member of ISNA’s Planning Committee and has served as a member of the Board of Advisors for NAIT from 1989-1993. He is also a member of the Board of Advisors for the American Muslim Council. Imam Wahhaj has appeared on several national television talk shows and interviews especially about his anti-drug campaigns. He received high praises from the media and NYPD for initiating anti-drug patrol in Brooklyn, New York in 1988. Among other achievements, Imam Wahhaj was the first person to give an Islamic invocation to the United States Congress.
Official Website of Imam Siraj Wahhaj (http://sirajwahhaj.com/)