The Quba Institute, previously called the International Muslim Brotherhood, was created â€œto make Islam applicable to the lives of urban dwellers through the establishment of the social institutions that promote and sustain healthy living.â€ It is an accredited school with about 100 students between pre-kindergarten and twelveth grade and it also has an adult weekend school.
The International Muslim Brotherhoodâ€™s former website stated that it rejects â€œ ‘jihad al-saifâ€™ (armed warfare) unless in the context of self-defense or guarding the sacred, holy lands of Islam.â€
It denied affiliation with the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood Â but has had a long partnership with the Muslim Students Association and said that Sudanese Muslim Brotherhood cleric Hassan al-Turabi was â€œinstrumental in contributing instruction in this masjid.â€
The Quba Institute operates the Masjid Quba next door. The site began as a merger in 1998 between the Quba Institute andÂ United Muslim Movement.Â The union later split and the International Muslim Brotherhood became its sole controller and renamed it Masjid Quba.
 â€œHistory,â€ Quba Incorporated website, https://www.qubainc.org/about/history/
 Klein, Aaron. â€œSchool in Philadelphia Teaches â€˜Brotherly Jihad,â€™â€ WorldNetDaily, March 16, 2011. https://www.wnd.com/2011/03/275921/
 â€œWelcomeâ€¦,â€ International Muslim Brotherhood website, March 6, 2007. Retrieved from Archive.org. https://web.archive.org/web/20070306150546/https://www.imbrotherhood.org/
 â€œStaff,â€ Quba Incorporated website, https://www.qubainc.org/staff/
 â€œAbout MANA,â€ Muslim Alliance in North America website, https://www.mana-net.org/subpage.php?ID=about
 â€œAbout UMM,â€ United Muslim Movement website, https://www.ummonline.org/#!about-umm/c90i