The Islamic Cultural Institute (ICI), established in 1989, is located in St. Clair Shores, Michigan . There are no clear affiliations with Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated groups and no articles appear that arouse any concern about extremism.
The current spiritual leader of ICI is Imam Mohamed Musa. Imam Musa is a graduate of Cairo’s Al-Azhar University . Imam Musa formerly served as the Imam of the Dix mosque, formerly known as the American Muslim Society [Ibid]. Following Imam Musa’s departure from the Dix mosque, he criticized insular mosques and spoke of “diversity” and “openness.”  Musa also called for mosque leaders need to have their “hands held over the fire,” for their anti-American rhetoric .
We have not found any information of radical teachings from Imam Musa. However, while serving as Imam at the Dix mosque, there is a reported incident of Musa trying to convince a child bride against seeking divorce .
 “About Us,” Islamic Cultural Institute Website, Accessed August 2, 2018, http://icionline.org/?page_id=2
 Geneive Abdo, “Mecca and Main Street: Muslim Life in America After 9/11.” (2006) Oxford University Press, https://goo.gl/NKxqRp
 Andrew Shryock, “Finding Islam in Detroit: The Multiple Histories, Identities, and Locations of a Citiy and Its Muslims, University of Michigan, http://stanford.edu/dept/france-stanford/Conferences/Islam/Shryock.pdf
 Nabeel Abraham, Sally Howell, Andrew Shyrock, “Arab Detroit 9/11: Life in the Terror Decade,” (2011) Wayne State University Press, shorturl.at/EFLZ6
 Abdo, Mecca and Main Street