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Archive for December, 2012

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Whyislam Billboard Campaign Educating People

 
(DALLAS, November 26) – ICNA Dallas launched a new outreach billboard campaign on November 26 in four different prime locations of Dallas. These ads are expected to be viewed by approximately a million commuters utilizing these highways every day.
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An Evening of Inspiration

 
By Hina Syed
 
DALLAS, TX. Saturday December 8th, 2012 – ICNA Dallas Chapter had a spectacular night of fundraising held earlier this month at the Hyatt Regency located in the heart of Dallas. The event was host to over 400 attendees.
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YM Conf. Packs Crowd, Inspiration in Baltimore

by Hena Zuberi, Muslim Link, 16 December 2012
 
Extremely popular speakers, Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan and Shaykh Omar Suleiman, drew crowds from as far away as Richmond, Norfolk, and Salisbury. Many times in gatherings and conferences, the young are discussed in the context of problems, an issue with the ummah. It was refreshing to see the organizers and speakers at Young Muslims Youth Conference exemplifying what is right with the youth.
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ICNA launches Islam awareness campaign in FL

 
—FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE—
 
JAMAICA, New York (December 18, 2012) – The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) is pleased to announce the launch of an awareness campaign about Islam in Orlando, FL. The campaign is called “Why Islam,” and is designed to create awareness and spread an accurate message of Islam.
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Newtown Massacre: ICNA grieves with fellow Americans

 
—FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE—
 
JAMAICA, New York (December 17, 2012) – Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) joins with our fellow Americans in grieving for those who died in the senseless tragedy and praying for them and their families. We ask God to grant special status to those who passed away and grant their families endurance in these very difficult moments.
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Religious org. distributes goods to Sandy victims

 
By Rafal Rogoza / The Jersey Journal
December 10, 2012
 
As part of a religious holiday, volunteers at the Islamic Learning Center of Jersey City distributed more than 500 pounds of beef Saturday to people recovering from super-storm Sandy.
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When a Religious Home is Defiled, We Stand Together

 
December 6, 2012 | Houston Chronicle
 
There is a reason we refer to our churches, temples, mosques, chapels as sacred space. They are earthly containers of the holy, homes for the deep bonds of human community, centers for setting aside the demands of modern life and settling into prayer or praise or petition. Beauty, awe, wonder, joy and sorrow all reside here. It is to these sacred spaces we bring our children to be blessed, it is in these spaces we celebrate milestones of a human lifetime, it is in these spaces that we mourn our dead.
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ICNA Concerned Over Hate Incident at its Center

 
—FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE—
 
HOUSTON, Texas (December 7, 2012) – In a press release issued today, the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) Houston Chapter expressed grave concerns over the incident at Islamic Outreach Center (IOC) in Cypress, TX.
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Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts: The Role of Muslims

 
Though its winds have long died down, the devastating effects of Hurricane Sandy are still palpable throughout the northeast. Homes have been completely destroyed, cars remain overturned or crushed beneath fallen trees, and thousands are still struggling to find food and shelter.
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With Sandy, Muslims Seen ‘Through a Different Lens’

 
By Gabrielle Alfiero | Voices of NY
 
Abdulrauf Khan, 40, warns a group of volunteers to avoid stepping on errant nails in the kitchen of a small home on Brighton 8 Street in Brighton Beach. He’s surrounded by ripped up floorboards and industrial trash bags full of debris. His black felt hat is speckled with white dust.
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