Ibrahim Khalilullah Islamic Center
(IKI Center)

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Sunday, May 24th, 2020; is the first day of Eid-ul Fitr 2020 (Eid-ul Fitr 1441 Hijri).
May your Prayers and Siams be accepted, and may all of us be rewarded in multiples.

It is with much regret and sorrow to announce that Engineer Mohammad Qasid Orgonwall, Member of Supervisory Board of IKI Center, has passed away due to heart failure on August 9th, 2020.

انا لله و انا الیه راجعون
Mohammad Q. Orgonwall was a founding member of Afghan American Community Center, which was established in 2018 in Fremont California. Mr. Organwall also served on Board of Directors of AACC; he has been a strong supporter of expanding the center and its service to reach majority of Afghans in the Bay Area. With his hard work along others on the board, AACC has became a strongest consortium of community organizations in the Bay Area.

Eng. Orgonwall
Mohammad Qasid Orgunwall was born on July 1, 1946 in Orgun, Paktia. He moved to Kabul at the age of 14 to continue his education. He studied hard and successfully obtained a scholarship to Columbia University in New York, studying Aeronautical Engineering. He graduated with honors in 1966. He furthered his education at the RCA Institute of Technology and NYU obtaining several certificates in Engineering and Communication Technologies before returning back to Afghanistan. Upon graduation he was offered positions at Honeywell, Rockwell International, Zenith, and Douglas Aircraft, but he refused all, wanting to return back to his motherland to help build Afghanistan. His words were, “This poor country has spent money on me to educate, me. I have to return and work hard.”

He started at Ariana Afghan Airlines as an aircraft Engineer and worked his way up to Engineering Manager by 1978. Unfortunately, the Soviet Invasion and political situation forced him to leave the country he loved so dearly and immigrated to the United States in August of 1982, after spending two years in West Germany. His career in the United States began with Air Cal which merged with American Airlines in 1987. He continued his career at American Airlines for a total of 26 years until retiring in 2012.

In his recent years Mr. Orgonwall has worked as board member of different non-profit organizations. However his service as Board Member of IKI Center and as a founding board member of Afghan American Community Center has been his notable years of his service and love for people and his community. He had great vision for elevating his community to a better tomorrow. Unfortunately his dreams came to an end in the morning of August 9 when he suffered a fatal heart attack. His sudden death and departure has left us all shocked and tears. He leaves behind his wife, three children, and six grandchildren.

May his eternity be enlighten by his humanity and his service.

Rest In Peace.

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Note: Due to Covid-19 pandemic, in order to follow local guidlines in regards to prevention of spreading the Corona Virus,
we are closed till further notice.
Please do your Prayers and Tarawih at home. The center is closed to all activities. Only limited personal all allowed to take care of emergency situations. We appreciate your patience. If you have any questions or concerns, please direct them to us at: info@IKICenter.org