After the Second World War in the Balkans formed a single state of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, consisting of six republics and two autonomous provinces. In that Yugoslavia close to half a century will live about 22 million people, of whom about 6 million of the Islamic faith. The largest number of Muslims living in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo and Macedonia. central Yugoslav republic was Bosnia and Herzegovina. According to the census of April 1991, Bosnia and Herzegovina had a population of 4,364.649. Of these: 1) Bosniaks 1 905 274 or 43.4%, 2) 1 369 883 Serbs or 31.4%, 3) Croats 755,883 or 17.3%, 4) Yugoslavs and others 333,609, or 7.6%. Due to the heavy post-war living conditions many Bosnians sought refuge in Germany, where they go to look for work. Germany at that time was in a great economic boom, and there was a need for labor. Virtuous and worthy Bosniaks are employed in German companies. Well earned and made beautiful houses in the cities where they work and live. Many of them bought flats and houses throughout Germany. But because man has a soul, felt Bosnians need for spiritual values and 70s began to look imams from home to come and lead the prayers, teach children, organize religious life and so on. In the beginning, most students came Faculty of Islamic Studies and Graduates Gazi Husrev-Bey Madrasa as some have to do with longer working practices. first congregation of the area of Germany was founded in Aachen in 1978, which was the first I have served Rasim ef. Hamidović (Kalesija). Subsequently, mostly coordinated initiatives from various organs of the Islamic community in the former Yugoslavia, and the congregation formed in other cities of Germany. In the period before the aggression against our homeland Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosniaks and Albanians in part have held some 20 Jamaat in the area of Germany. aggression on Bosnia and Herzegovina, the awakening of the religious consciousness, the arrival of a large number of displaced persons from Bosnia and Herzegovina, and is conditioned by a series of other factors, the number of the congregation in the period from 1992increasing. So in January 1994 Jamaat number of Bosniaks in the area of the Federal Republic of Germany has reached the figure of some 50 Jamaat. During this period, namely 10 January 1994 in the area of the German resident then naib-r-Reis et al. Mustafa ef. Ceric and a meeting with the imam areas of Germany the chief Imam appointed by Mustafa ef. Gorge.Legally, the Islamic Community of Bosniaks in Germany, its central character umbrella community gets late 1994 At the same time, the period of appointment of chief imam, to the legal registration with regulatory authorities, carried out internal organization of the Islamic community, so it is being organized on the principle of six separate regional units are headed by district imams.
Organized according to the principle of six separate regional units are headed by district imams
From the time of appointing the imam, the establishment of the internal organization and the legal registration of the Islamic Community of Bosniaks in Germany is more or less looked at this pricnipu. So in this organization we have had, starting with the lowest, the next level of internal organization:
dzematski Committee, which represent the imam and President / Representative Jamaat
area, represented by the district have, deputy imam of the county, representatives of Jamaat -e headquarters from, represented by the Chief Imam, Secretary narrower tip chief imam, consisting of the chief imam, secretary, district imams, wider tip chief imam, which is further composed of Provincial deputy imam, assistant chief imam for humanitarian work and youth work, and civilian representatives of the field-shura council, consisting of members of the council, all imams and presidents džematskih board.
In Germany today there are 55 Jamaat, of which 47 with a continual engagement and dekretovanim Imam
In Germany today there are 55 Jamaat, of which 47 with a continual engagement and dekretovanim imam, and 10 are called. weekend jamaats which means they have been a permanent part-time imam at the weekend. 25 svršenika madrasa has no involvement in the Islamic community. They work in some companies in Germany. Since complicate the tasks of the Community, thereby indicating the need for hiring a professional secretary Centrale Islamic Community of Bosniaks in Germany, so at this point in 1995 employs Zijad-ef. Suljić, until then I have in Aachen. But he soon returned to Bosnia and Herzegovina, and in its place comes hfz.Guild-ef. Begic, who was until then I have in Castrop-Rauxel. areas covered by the e-Bosniaks in Germany Parliament of the Islamic Community in Bosnia and Herzegovina in every mandate provides for two parliamentary seats. The convocation to 2003. Parliamentarians from Germany were mr. Ishak Alešević from Mannheim and Edhem Kadrić from Witena. For the second consecutive period of 2003 members of parliament Mustafa ef. Klanco from Kamp-Lintfort and Advan-ef. Ljevaković from Berlin.