Islamic community of North American Bosniaks (ICNAB), or Islamska zajednica Bošnjaka Sjeverne Amerike (IZBSA) in Bosnian, is a religious umbrella organization of Bosniaks in North America and a part of the Islamic community of Bosniaks in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
ICNAB was officially founded in 2003, with the goal of fulfilling spiritual and religious needs and obligations of the Bosniaks in North America. Currently, ICNAB has about 60 jamaats (local chapters) all over North America, that are administratively divided into 4 majlis (regions).
Administratively, Islamic Community of North American Bosniaks is organized on several levels.
The jamaat (local chapter) is the basic organizational unit of ICNAB and generally consist of a group of people who live in an area and are connected to each other in the performance of Islamic duties.
The majlis is a higher organizational unit of ICNAB and is made of at least seven jamaats in the same geographic region.
The Council is the highest representative and the main legislative organ of the Islamic Community of Bosniaks in North America, while the Board of directors is its highest religious and administrative organ. The Mufti (Chief Imam) is the president of ICNAB and represents it in all administrative and legal matters.
The work of all administrative and structural levels of the Islamic Community is regulated by legal acts of the Islamic Community of North American Bosniaks.