This Study Reviews The Most Prominent Sources and Theories That Contributed to the Formation and Formulation of The American Experience, But Through the Influence of Those Sources in Themselves By Islamic Philosophy, The Holy Qur’an, and The Person of The Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) During the Colonial And Revolutionary Era, and that is Due to The Impact of The Repercussions of The Establishment of The Geographical Discovery Movement and The Ottoman Rush to Europe and Then The Reformation. It Can Be Said That They Are Perceptions That Were Often Dominated by Suspicion, Caution and Mistrust Towards the Islamic Faith and Muslims, And These Accumulations Moved to The New World with The First Waves of Immigrants. It Also Showed the Role of The Slave Trade Developed by The European Colonizers in The Arrival of The Vanguard of Islamic Groups to The New World. Then We Touched on The Signs and Evidence That Confirmed the Idea of Muslims' Success in Reaching the English Colonies and Trying to Integrate into Their Societies. Finally, We Shed Light on The Views, Attitudes, And Speculations of The Founding Fathers, Which Predicted the Possibility That Muslims In America Would, Over Time, Become Citizens With The Same Rights And Duties, And They Might Share With Others In Managing The Country And Its Institutions Until The Adoption Of The Federal Constitution Of The United States And The Establishment Of The First Elected Government In It In 1789.