Masjid Bilal is a mosque located in south Los Angeles. Masjid Bilal was initially a Nation of Islam (NOI) mosque, known as Muhammad’s Temple of Islam #27. In 1975, the mosque transitioned from NOI to mainstream Sunni Islam, but its imam still participates in NOI events.
The mosque built a new facility in 2007. The mosque was able to complete the project in part through the assistant of grants from the Islamic Development Bank of Saudi Arabia. The Islamic Development Bank of Saudi Arabia has been directly involved in paying the families of Palestinian suicide bombers.
The Bilal Centers Resident Imam is Abdul Karim Hasan, who has been the leader there since 1971. While Imam Hasan is no longer a member of NOI, he still associates with NOI and its leader, Louis Farrakhan. In 2010, Imam Hasan participated as the keynote speaker at NOI’s annual Savior’s Day commemoration.
The Bilal Center is a board member of the Muslim American Homeland Security Congress (MAHSC), alongside multiple Muslim Brotherhood affiliated organizations.
 Masjid Bilal Islamic Center Website, “About Masjid Bilal Islamic Center,” Accessed November 5, 2018, http://www.masjidbilalonline.com/about-masjid-bilal-islamic-center.html
 EyeontheUN, “Terror Bank Gets Observer Status at U.N.,” The Hill, April 4, 2007, https://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/politics/28643-terror-bank-gets-observer-status-at-un
 Don Terry, “Farrakhan: Fiery Separatist in a Sober Suit,” New York Times, March 3, 1994, https://www.nytimes.com/1994/03/03/us/farrakhan-fiery-separatist-in-a-sober-suit.html
 Imam W. Deen Mohammed Youtube Channel, “Saviors Day 2010 – Imam Abdul Karim Hasan – Part 1,” Published: February 28, 2010, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x2CjsT1QfSw [Accessed: November 6, 2018]
 Muslim American Homeland Secruity Congress Facebook Page, “About,” Accessed: November 6, 2018, https://www.facebook.com/pg/MuslimAmericanHSC/about/?ref=page_internal