Imam Ahmed Patel graduated from Darul-Uloom al-arabiya al-islamiya England in the year 1993, where he completed Qur'an memorization, Tajweed, Fiqh, Usool, Tafseer and Hadith. Since graduating from England, Imam Ahmed became Imam at the Islamic Center of Elizabethtown, Kentucky before accepting the position of Imam at the Islamic Center of Conejo Valley in 2004.
Imam Ahmed believes that the community is best served when everyone's views are heard and everyone is given the opportunity to express their views, whatever they maybe. His humble request to the ICCV community is to follow the Deen of Allah and the Sunnah of Mohammed s.a.w. to the best of their abilities. Be the best example of Islam in the society and a role model for future generations. Allah s.w. has blessed the community with diverse knowledge and abilities and we must all together draw upon this strength to best serve the community.
The Islamic Center of Conejo Valley strives to practice and present Islam by providing religious, educational and social activities for our the local community in the Ventura County area. Our goal is to develop and promote a socially responsible Muslim-American identity.
The Islamic Center of Conejo Valley is one of the leading Islamic organizations that aims to integrate Muslim-Americans into our pluralistic American society. This requires working in harmony with other faith groups and civic organizations to enhance our collective future. We promote Islam's celebration of life and its inclusive nature. We provide education and services that advance justice and promote compassion and freedom.
Shajee Siddiqui (President)
Bader Iqbal (Vice-President)
Rasheed Mohamad (Treasurer)
Rubina Ismail (Secretary)