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10 31 10

YM Quiz Competition in Southern California

LOS ANGELES, California (October 31, 2010) – The Islamic Circle of North America Southern California chapter invites you to participate in its Young Muslims Quiz Competition, taking place on November 7th, 2010 at Islamic Center of Orange County (ISOC), Garden Grove, CA.
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10 31 10

An Interview with Imam Khalid Griggs

What is ICSJ’s main focus in the National Campaign Against Hunger?


Imam Khalid Griggs: The main focus of the ICNA Council for Social Justice (ICSJ) National Campaign Against Hunger is to assist in raising awareness among Muslims and non-Muslims about the hunger crisis in America today, while suggesting practical steps that individuals can take to address this scourge on the social well being of the nation.
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10 21 10

Fighting Hunger: ICNA Responds Nationwide


A man asked the Prophet Muhammad “What is the best Islam?” He replied: “The best Islam is that you feed the hungry and spread peace among people you know and those you do not know.”


Several feeding events were scheduled as part of ICNA’s national campaign against hunger and many more are scheduled across the nation.


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10 19 10

ICNA Raises Awareness About Hunger in the United States

JAMAICA, New York (October 19, 2010) – In a press release issued today, the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) appealed to American Muslim community leaders and Imams to raise awareness about hunger in the United States.
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10 18 10

Jumuah Khutbah by Imam Khalid Griggs – Audio

Jumuah Khutbah by Imam Khalid Griggs, Chairman, ICNA Council for Social Justice during ICNA’s campaign against hunger on October 8th, 2010.

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10 17 10

Comments by Heidi Christensen, Center for Interfaith Action on Global Poverty

Throughout history, and all around the world, the global community of faith-based organizations have been vital contributors to meeting human development needs. ICNA’s campaign United Against Hunger is an important example of one of the world’s faith traditions acting on its commitment to fight poverty and serve those suffering and excluded in their communities. ICNA’s work and the hundreds of volunteers that will address the blight of hunger throughout their communities, regardless of faith affiliation, are fulfilling the best and most faithful definition of a good neighbor.


Heidi A. Christensen
Interfaith Program Manager
Center for Interfaith Action on Global Poverty (CIFA)
c/o Washington National Cathedral
Wisconsin & Massachusetts Avenues, NW
Washington, DC 20016

10 14 10

Western Presbyterian Church Endorses ICNA’s Campaign


John W. Wimberly Jr., Pastor of Western Presbyterian Church, today issued the following statement regarding ICNA’s campaign against hunger:
“Western Presbyterian Church gives thanks to God for ICNA’s Campaign Against Hunger.


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10 13 10

ICNA’s Council for Social Justice at Miriam’s Kitchen


WASHINGTON, D.C. (October 11, 2010) – Columbus Day saw a shortage of volunteers at D.C.’s Miriam’s Kitchen, but the Islamic Circle of North America was there to pick up the slack.


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10 1 10

Feeding the Hungry in Melbourne FL

ICNA Relief and YM Florida, March 2009.