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03 3 11

Hateful Protests Undermine American Values

By Waqas Syed
Irvine, California (March 3, 2011) – Hateful protests recently held against the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) Relief fundraising dinner shed light on growing Islamophobia in our country and the participation of elected officials in this frightening trend. Read more

02 9 11

Tariq Ramadan’s Talk at ICNA CSJ Banquet, Dec 2010


ICNA TV today released the video of the full speech by Prof. Tariq Ramadan at the First Annual Banquet and Fundraiser for ICNA Council for Social Justice held on 12/24/2010 at Washington DC.


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01 6 11

10 Most Popular Posts in 2010 on


Based on traffic to our website, ICNA IT compiled a list of the 10 most popular posts on This list illustrates the interest of our visitors and presents quite a few surprises along the way. Take a look and tell us what you think in the comments section below. The posts are listed in order of increasing popularity.


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01 6 11

Social Justice, a Means to Attain Inner Peace -Ramadan


By Muslim Link Staff
Friday, December 31, 2011, – The Islamic Circle of North America’s Council for Social Justice held its first annual banquet on December 24, 2010, raising over $50,000 in support of its projects like feeding the nation’s poor and advocating for humanitarian immigration reform.


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01 6 11

Reflections from the 16th Southern Islamic Convention

By Aziz Huq, with contributions from Saghir Nizami
“I am fully loaded and ready to go home and implement what I have learned in this wonderful convention,” commented Imam Siraj Wahhaj, nationally known scholar and speaker, towards the end of ICNA’s 16th Annual Southern Islamic Convention in Atlanta, GA this year.
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12 1 10

ICNA Info Booth at the Miami International Book Fair


MIAMI, Florida (Nov 30, 2010) – The Islamic Circle of North America South Florida chapter hosted a dawah booth at the Miami Book Fair from November 19-21, 2010.


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11 26 10

ICNA Council for Social Justice: 1st Annual Banquet


WASHINGTON D.C. (Nov 26, 2010) – The ICNA Council for Social Justice is pleased to announce its First Annual Banquet and Fundraiser to be held on Friday, December 24, 2010 at 5:00 pm at Holiday Inn Rosslyn at Key Bridge, 1900 N Fort Myer Drive in Arlington, VA.


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11 15 10

ICNA Wishes You a Blessed Eid Al-Adha!


ICNA would like to see more harmony and unity among the Muslim community at the local level; instead of making a moon sighting decision to mark the beginning of Dhul Hijjah, we encourage our members and the general Muslim community to celebrate the Eid holidays with their local masajid, communities and Islamic centers.


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11 14 10

ICNA Hosts Luncheon for Bay Area Leadership


Santa Clara, California (November 7, 2010) – At the end of the two-day meeting of the ICNA National Shura (Consultative Council), a luncheon was hosted by ICNA for the community leadership of the Bay Area. Dr. Zahid Bukhari, President of ICNA addressed the gathering attended by over 70 people representing various organizations in the Bay Area.


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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 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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09 28 10

United Against Hunger – Standing Up For Justice

JAMAICA, New York (September 28, 2010) – The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) announced today its National Campaign Against Hunger, a month-long campaign of advocacy, awareness and service to battle the growing effects of hunger on our nation. Bearing the slogan “United Against Hunger – Standing Up For Justice,” the campaign will begin on October 1, 2010. We invite people of all faiths to join hands in support of poor and needy Americans.
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09 25 10

MFD Events are Successful Despite Controversy

By Zainab Arain


September 26th, 2010 – A flurry of negative media coverage was the backdrop for this year’s Muslim Family Day at Six Flags theme parks nationwide. Controversy and public outcry about the event’s nearness to September 11th produced threats of boycotts and unwarranted accusations against ICNA, but despite the misinformed backlash ICNA, the American Muslim community and Six Flags presented a united front in hosting a peaceful and fun filled event.
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09 13 10

Over 5,000 Children in NY, NJ and DC Benefit from Back to School Giveaway


NEW YORK, NY (September, 2010) – The Islamic Circle of North America kept busy this Ramadan, with chapters in New York, New Jersey, Maryland and Washington D.C. supplying backpacks and school supplies to families in need. ICNA’s Back to School Giveaway garnered much attention—nearly 5,500 school bags were distributed over the course of the month.


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09 13 10

Six Flags hosts thousands for Muslim Family Day, Dallas


Monday, September 13, 2010


By MELISSA REPKO / The Dallas Morning News


ARLINGTON – Toting strollers and water bottles, thousands of Muslims visited Six Flags Over Texas on Sunday for the fourth annual Muslim Family Day at the amusement park.


Muslim Family Day is sponsored by the local chapter of the Islamic Circle of North America and was timed to celebrate the end of the holy month of Ramadan. The event began at the Six Flags in New Jersey in 2000 and later was adopted at other Six Flags parks.
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09 13 10

Muslim Family Day: A Legacy Of 9/11 Victim (Audio)






Today is Muslim Family Day at many Six Flags theme parks across the country, including one just outside Washington, D.C. The event is sponsored by the Islamic Circle of North America, or ICNA. This grassroots organization has been providing Islamic educational, social and charitable services to the American Muslim community for four decades and there are local chapters in cities from Atlanta, Georgia to San Francisco, California.


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09 8 10

ICNA Announces National Campaign Against Hunger


The Islamic Circle of North America is launching a month-long National Campaign Against Hunger during the month of October 2010. The National Campaign Against Hunger aims to tackle hunger from both a social service and social justice perspective. This initiative follows “Save Family Save Society,” a grassroots national family campaign successfully held by ICNA in October 2009.


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09 6 10

Sacramento Muslims Reach Out to Public About Islam


SACRAMENTO, California (Sept 7, 2010) – In a time where many are asking questions about Islam, Sacramento Muslims are providing the answers.


The Sacramento chapter of the Islamic Circle of North America and its 877-WhyIslam team have put American Muslims on the map with their numerous outreach campaigns. Most recently ICNA made an appearance at the California State Fair, boasting the “longest Dawah booth” in the United States—19 straight days of education and outreach.


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09 2 10

Franklin Islam Center Opens Doors to Public for Iftar


August 24, 2010


Pastor George Montanari of the Middlebush Reformed Church will be one of a group of Franklin’s religious leaders gathering at the Why Islam Center Thursday night to take part in a traditional iftar dinner, celebrating the holy month of Ramadan.


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09 1 10

Join “Muslim Serve” Nationwide Effort on 9/11

Jamaica, NEW YORK (August 31, 2010) – Given the volatile political and social climate we are experiencing all around the country, a national grassroots coalition of American Muslims asks you to do something special this Eid – invite your family, friends and community to be part of a nationwide effort to spend the anniversary of 9/11 in service to your neighbors and your city.
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