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ICNA Mourns Murders of Imams Maulama and Thara

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NEW YORK, NY (August 14, 2016) – It is with a heavy heart that ICNA mourns the murders of Imam Maulama and Imam Thara in New York City. The rise of gun violence in our nation is incredibly troubling as we continue to come to terms with yet another senseless tragedy.
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American-Muslims on Black Lives Matter & anti-racism

The past couple of weeks have been fraught with unjustified shootings of Black individuals. We even saw the terrifying killings of 5 police offers in Dallas. #BlackLivesMatter has been trending for days now. Many influential Muslims activists have used this news presence to rally other Muslims for the cause.
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Gainpeace responds with billboards & postcards

GainPeace invited the Chicago area media for a press conference on July 15, 2016. The occasion was the launching of GainPeace’s ‘Peace Campaign’ to educate our fellow Americans about the beautiful message of Islam.
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USCMO mourns victims of horrible attack in Nice, France

(Washington, D.C., 7/15/2016)- The US Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO), the largest coalition of leading national and local Muslim organizations, stands in solidarity and mourning with the people of France and sends its heartfelt condolences and sympathies to the families of the victims and to the people of France.
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USCMO in solidarity with Turks against attempted coup

USCMO Stands in Solidarity with the People of Turkey Against the Attempted Military Coup
 
(Washington, D.C., 7/15/2016)- The US Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO), the largest coalition of leading national and local Muslim organizations, stands in solidarity with the people of Turkey against the attempted military coup. USCMO supports the choices of the Turkish people for the right to freedom and democracy, choices that remind all Americans of our own struggle for, and love of freedom and democracy.
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Mosque opens doors to its Christian neighbors

During Ramadan, Bringing Community Together.
 
The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) VA Islamic Center welcomed the surrounding community on June 24 to participate in its traditional iftar meal to celebrate the month of Ramadan.
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Chicago Muslims use billboards to condemn violence

Chicago Muslims use billboards to condemn violence in Orlando, Saudi Arabia and other places.
 
CHICAGO, IL. July 4, 2016 – GainPeace, an outreach organization in Chicago, has launched an outreach campaign using highway billboards to condemn the Orlando shooting and other forms of violence.
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ICNA Sisters invite all residents to Canada Day celebration

By Nouman Khalil, Mississauga News
 
Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) Sisters, the women’s wing of the organization, is inviting community members to celebrate Canada Day with them at Churchill Meadows Park.
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ICNA commends Turks for standing up to the coup

 

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NEW YORK, NY (July 16, 2016) – Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) highly commends the Turkish people for standing up for democracy against the failed coup attempt by a fraction of the military.
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ICNA Condemns Terrorist Attack in Nice, France

 

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NEW YORK, NY (July 15, 2016) – ICNA strongly condemns the terrorist attack in Nice, France. A terrorist drove a truck through crowds celebrating Bastille Day on Thursday night in the seaside city of Nice on the French Riviera, killing at least 84 people, including several children.
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The More Things Change, the More they Stay the Same

 

Category:Social Justice

By Imam Khalid Fattah Griggs
 
The recent extrajudicial police killings of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Philando Castile in Falcon Heights, Minnesota are dramatic and damnable examples of America’s centuries-long unresolved, racist dysfunctional relationship with African American people, particularly males.
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