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Archive for September, 2007

09 17 07
 

Radio Campaign Timings

Exact Timings (New Times are added as received):

Seattle – KPTK AM (50 spots)
Sept. 10: 6.23 am, 7.32 am, 8.22 am, 11.33 am, 12.31 pm, 1.58 pm, 2.58 pm, 11.32 pm.
Sept. 11: 5.31 am, 6.04 am, 8.31 am, 10.30 am, 11.32 am, 8.58 am, 9.58 am, 10.58 am
Sept. 12: 5.46 am, 6.58 am, 8.04 am, 9.48 am, 8.49 pm, 9.47 pm, 11.32 pm
Sept. 13: 10:32 am, 12:31 pm, 4.46 pm, 6.32 pm, 9.31 pm, 11.32 pm.
Sept. 14: 9.22 am, 1.59 pm, 3.35 pm, 8.20 pm, 9.50 pm, 10.21 pm, 11.21 pm
Sept.15: 6.22 am, 10.05 am, 12.05 pm, 2.05 pm, 3.20 pm, 5.20 pm
Sept.16: 8.59 am, 10.32 am, 12.32 pm, 5.59 pm, 6.52 pm, 8.19 pm.

New York – WCBS AM (13 spots)
Sept. 10: 10.09 am, 8.16 pm,
Sept. 11: 2.07 pm
Sept. 12: 12.07 pm
Sept. 13: 1.16 pm, 2.39 pm
Sept. 15: 5.43 am, 8.09 pm, 9.24 pm
Sept. 16: 5.34 am, 1.43 pm, 6.13 pm, 7.13 pm

Atlanta – WVEE/WAOK (8 spots)
Sept. 12: 6.38 am, 9.52 pm
Sept. 13: 10.17 am, 3.23 pm
Sept. 14: 8.52 pm
Sept. 15: 6.47 pm
Sept. 16: 6.46 am, 5.16 pm
 
Dallas – KRLD AM (21 spots)
Sept. 12: 5.07 am, 12.19 pm, 10.33 pm, 11.02 pm
Sept.13: 6.53 am, 10.18 am, 4.12 pm
Sept. 14: 7.47 am, 11.19 am, 5.13 pm, 8.18 pm
Sept. 15: 5.11 am,7.20 am, 12.20 pm
Sept. 16: 5.11 am, 6.09 am, 7.07 am, 11.19 am, 1.18 pm, 7.29 pm

Miami WIOD AM (20 spots)
Sept. 17: 5.32 pm
Sept. 18: 7.06 am, 8.15 am, 9.17 pm

Houston KTRH AM(11 spots) (Tentative)
Sept. 17: 5.19 pm
Sept. 19: 2.16 pm
Sept. 20: 10:19 am, 11.54 am
Sept. 21: 9.18 am, 2.33 pm
Sept. 22: 8:05 am
Sept. 23: 9.21 am

Kansas City KMBZ AM(23 spots)
Sept.17: 12.58 pm, 1.58 pm, 3.34 pm, 4.32 pm, 6.03 pm, 9.34 pm, 10.51 pm, 11.33 pm,
Sept.18: 10.02 pm, 12.55 pm, 4.51 pm, 6.51 pm
Sept.19: 5.08 am, 11.04 am, 5.50 pm, 10.21 pm
Sept. 20: 5.17 am, 5.58 am, 5.58 pm
Sept. 21: 5.17 am, 9.50 am, 12.58 pm

San Francisco KCBS AM(15 spots)
Sept. 17: 11.43 am, 9.23 pm, 10:36 pm
Sept. 18: 1.49 pm, 9.43 pm, 10.46 pm

Chicago WBBM AM (30 spots)
Sept. 17: 2.46 am, 11.50 am, 6.43 pm, 8.36 pm
Sept. 18 2.10 am, 10.13 am, 7.10 pm, 11.36 pm

Los Angeles KFWB AM (28 spots)
Sept. 17: 11.46 am, 1.09 pm, 7.35 pm, 9.27 pm, 11.27 pm
Sept. 18: 5:16a, 10:23a, 11:23p, 10:16p

Boston WBZ AM  (14 spots)
Sept. 17: 10.41 am, 2.17 pm
Sept. 18: 12.58 pm, 9.35 pm

Wichita KNSS AM  (38 spots)
Sept. 17: 6.17 am, 6.47 am, 7.17 am, 1.29 pm, 11.33 pm
Sept. 18: 6.16 am, 7.30 am, 3.31 pm, 4.32 pm, 10.20 pm, 11.16 pm
Sept. 19: 6.23 am, 7.30 am, 7.53 am, 6.31 pm, 8.43 pm, 11.46 pm
Sept. 20: 9.32 am, 10.28 am, 2.57 pm, 4.47 pm, 9.17 pm
Sept 21: 6.53 am, 7.58 am, 12.44 pm, 2.05 pm, 9.47 pm, 11.55 pm
Sept. 22: 12.21 pm, 1.21 pm, 3.19 pm, 4.05 pm, 5.32 pm
Sept. 23: 7.19 am, 12.50 pm, 1.50 pm, 5.19 pm, 6.53 pm

Detroit WWJ AM (23 spots)
Sept. 17th: 11:53am, 1:36pm, 2:53pm, 9:53pm
Sept. 18th: 2.13 pm, 11.24 pm

Phoenix – (pending)

New Orleans WWL AM
Sept. 18th: 4.21 pm, 1.17 pm

 
 
09 17 07
 

ICNA Launches National Radio Campaign

 
—FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE—
 
JAMAICA, New York (September 17, 2009) – The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) has launched its National Radio Campaign across major cities in the US. The purpose of these radio ads on Islam is to inform fellow Americans about the true teachings of Islam and to clear up any misunderstandings regarding Islam. This campaign will run from Sept. 10 – 23rd, 2007.
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09 12 07
 

Moon Sighting Anouncement – Ramadan Mubarak!

Moonsighting Announcement

In the Name of Allah, the most Compassionate, the most Merciful

Ramadan Mubarak! The moon was sighted tonight (Sha'ban 29/September 12) in Chicago, IL. According to North American Moonsighting the first day of Ramadan is September 13, 2007. However, for the sake of unity, we suggest that Muslims cooperate and follow their local Masajid and communities, whether they follow our approach or not."

"O you who believe! Fasting is prescribed for you as it was prescribed to those before you so that you may attain God consciousness" – (Al-Quran 2:183)

Ramadan, the month of great blessings and rewards, is here. May Allah, subhanahu wa ta'ala, enable us all to reap the rewards of this great month.

"The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) has traditionally adopted the opinion of sighting the moon in North America . On the advice of ICNA's Scholars Committee, we have decided to continue following our existing approach and will not be adopting a calendar which is primarily based on calculations.

Islam is not just a religion but 'a way of life'. A Muslim submits to Allah, subhanahu wa ta'ala, not just in prayers and fasting but submission in all affairs of his or her life. And one important aspect of this submission lies in mutual respect and love for other Muslims and being part of the Muslim community.

"And hold fast, all together, by the rope which Allah (stretches out for you) and be not divided among yourselves…" (Quran 3:103)

Let us all focus our attention on pleasing Allah, subhanahu wa ta'ala, our Lord, the All-Knowing, the All-Wise.

In the Event that http://www.icna.org is unavailable please try http://www.icna.com or http://www.icnait.com to see our announcement.

You can also call (718) 658-1199 to hear our Announcement.

 
 
09 12 07
 

Moon Sighting Information

We will be checking for the sighting of the moon tonight (Shaban 29/September 12). Once we have made a determination in consultation with the National Shura Council we will immediately announce it on our website.

In the Event that http://www.icna.org is unavailable please try http://www.icna.com or http://www.icnait.com to see our announcement.

You can also call (718) 658-1199 to hear our Announcement.

Please be patient as it takes time to verify sightings of the moon. 

 
 
09 4 07
 

San Gabriel VTribune: Mosque on the Move

To share its vision with the community, the center opened its doors to
the public on Aug. 19 in conjunction with mosques throughout the Los
Angeles area.

The young ladies were manning an information table for visitors. They offered a wealth of pamphlets on their religion.

"Islam Explained," "Status of Women in Islam," "Concept of God in
Islam," "Life After Death" were some of the concepts covered by Why
Islam, an informational project by the Islamic Circle of North America.

Visitors were also offered an English translation of the Quran, the Muslim holy book.

"We're not here to convert anyone, we're here to answer questions
anyone may have about Islam," said Why Islam's Kellie Huynh, 22, of
Arcadia.

After such a friendly and enlightening visit, perhaps the question should be "Why not Islam?"

Excerpt taken from:
http://www.sgvtribune.com/ci_6751123?source=most_emailed