One Molotov cocktail and two smoke bombs thrown into the Dar Al Hijrah complex in Falls Church, on the night of November 19, 2015, did not cause major damage to the masjid. The lit petrol bomb bounced off an iron gate at the Islamic Center and caused $200 worth of damage.
A volunteer run Islamic conference came to Washington DC on November 21, 2015, bringing unity and knowledge to rise as the Best of Nations. That was the theme of this conference hosted annually by Mercy Mission.
On Sunday, November 1, 2015, Al-Rahmah Sunday School students and teachers, joined by ISB youth, community membersm and the Baltimore County Muslim Council, gathered by the hundreds in the ISB gymnasium to attempted to package over 10,000 meals.
On April 23rd, 2015 Al-Huda School in College Park, Maryland received the oral report from Mr George Vosburgh, head of the Middle States Association visiting team, recommending reaccreditation of the K-12 school, the largest project of the Dar-us-Salaam Community.
The crisp autumn Sunday was perfect for hosting a family brunch that brought the community together over food and prayer. The second annual Islamic Society Washington Area Caribbean Brunch was organized by the Sister's Committee president Zaimoon Hassan and Reanna Gurwah on November 8, 2015. Imam Faizul Khan gave the opening dua, and Riyad Alie served as the Master of Ceremonies.