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Mosque open houses combat negative Muslim stereotypes

By By Bill Murphy, April 12, 2018
 
When the Bear Creek Islamic Center recently held an open house, more than 100 Christians and residents living near the mosque were able to pose questions about whether Islam considers Jesus a God, fosters terrorism and views women as a lesser gender.
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2016 Floods Still Challenge Survivors

Week of Compassion and INCA Relief collaborate to rebuild damaged homes in Louisiana.
April 12, 2018
 
In March of 2016, flooding swept across much of Louisiana. In Ouachita Parish (in upstate Louisiana, between Shreveport and Vicksburg, Mississippi), the heavy rainfall created a strong flow of water–strong enough to displace the foundation piers of homes.
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Kashmir: the bone of contention

All stakeholders need to understand that ultimately, the Kashmir issue will only be resolved through negotiations and talks between the governments of India, Pakistan and the indigenous Kashmiri leadership
 
By Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai, April 12, 2018
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Free clinic by Muslims opening despite backlash

The facility in Northeast Philly will be staffed by volunteers who are mostly Muslim.
 
By Cherri Gregg, April 05, 2018
 
PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) – A free health clinic operated by Muslim volunteers will hold its grand opening this weekend in Northeast Philadelphia.
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Kashmir dispute an impediment to growth

Baltimore, April 02 (KMS): Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai, Secretary General, World Kashmir Awareness Forum, has said that the Kashmir dispute has an international dimension because it has the sanctity of the United Nations Charter and the United Nations Security Council resolutions and has become a big obstacle in the growth, peace and stability of both India and Pakistan.
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Volunteers take time out from Muslim convention to distribute food to needy

By Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun
 
For 25-year-old Kaltuma Sharif, it’s simply a matter of giving back. But if spending part of a beautiful Saturday afternoon handing out food to the homeless and needy helps shine a positive light on her Muslim faith, that’s OK, too.
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UGA student who helped clinic will give TEDx talk

By Megan Wahn
 
They’re not even doctors yet, but five University of Georgia students are already bringing health care to those who need it in Athens. In March 2017, five pre-med majors—Hamzah Ali, Vraj Patel, Abdus Subhan, Ummar Jamal and Faiz Saulat—co-founded Shifa Clinic Athens, a free health-care clinic, first on Huntington Road, then at a more permanent location on Hawthorne Avenue.
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Respected scholar of Quran Dr. Irfan Khan passes away

 

Category:Press Release

 
—FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE—
 
NEW YORK, NY (April 4, 2018) – It is with great sadness that the Islamic Circle of North America announces the passing away of Dr. Irfan Ahmad Khan, one of the foremost scholars of the Quran in the country and a member of the ICNA General Assembly, last night.
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ICNA Strongly Condemns Assault on Civilians in Syria

 

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—FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE—
 
NEW YORK, NY (March. 18, 2018) – The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) strongly condemns the ongoing bombing of Ghouta, Syria. Hundreds of innocent civilians including children, women and the elderly have been killed and injured in the past few days.
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2018 Advocacy Day by USCMO

 

Category:Social Justice

It’s 2018 election year. Let’s make it a larger and louder Advocacy Day on Capitol Hill
 
Starting January 10, 2018, the US Council of Muslim Organizations’ (USCMO) has opened registration for the fourth annual National Muslim Advocacy Day on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., May 7th and 8th, 2018.
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