The nine-point plan of action proposed by Imam W. Deen Mohammad in his numerous lectures, books and Muslim Journal articles is as follows:
- Establishing a mosque (masjid) “as a place to worship Allah in congregation and as a center of spiritual and moral training.”
- Establishing a full-time school (Muhammad Schools of America) “that raises children with a strong Islamic identity, so they can, as future Islamic leaders, effectively meet and deal with the challenges of growing up in the West.”
- “Calling the general society” to embrace al-Islam.
- Establishing businesses to “make the movement financially stable and independent.”
- Establishing “geographical integrity by encouraging Muslims of the community to live in close proximity” to the mosque (New Africa Residential Districts).
- Establishing the New Africa community concept; (1) The building of townships; (2) Establishing New Africa business districts in already established cities or towns; (3) Establishing an independent school system (Muhammad Schools of America and the Muslim Teachers College); (4) Collective Purchasing Conference (CPC) or collective economics; (5) Establishing of Shura Baynahum and political action committees i.e. MAPAC and the Coalition for Good Government; (6) The establishment of an independent press i.e. Muslim Journal and; (7) The establishment and the building of Masaajid (houses of worship).
- Establishing “social welfare institutions to respond to the need for spiritual and material assistance within the community as well as the general society.”
- Establishing “a free health clinic that will someday grow into a full-fledged hospital.”
- Establishing scout programs for young members of the community.
In addition to daily classes, each mosque in the community will “also provides youth mentorship, marriage counseling, a prison outreach program, and employment assistance for ex-convicts.”