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03 4 18
 

Leadership meetings across North East for Convention

 
NEW YORK, NY (March 3, 2018) – Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) chapters across the North East held numerous leadership events during the past week with over 500 imams and community leaders.
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02 20 18
 

Chicago’s Hijab Billboard Campaign Seeks To Educate

By Jim Williams, CBS
February 19, 2018, CHICAGO — A billboard campaign seeks to educate Chicago-area drivers about a traditional garment worn by some Muslim women.
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02 20 18
 

Islamic group launches hijab billboard campaign

February 19, 2018, by Marcella Raymond
 
OAKBROOK TERRACE, Ill. — A local Islamic group launched a billboard campaign Monday to educate people about the hijab, the headscarf that’s often worn by Muslim women.
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11 26 17
 

Houston Muslims Meet Neighbors, Break Barriers

HOUSTON – Houston Muslim community has invited their neighbors to meet them, ask questions and clear misconception about their faith.
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11 26 17
 

'Meet your Muslim neighbor' event breaks down barriers

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — The Houston Muslim community invited their neighbors to a special event aimed at building bridges between cultures and ending stereotypes about Muslims.
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11 26 17
 

‘Meet your Muslim neighbor’ event breaks down barriers

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — The Houston Muslim community invited their neighbors to a special event aimed at building bridges between cultures and ending stereotypes about Muslims.
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08 23 17
 

Masjid hosts luncheon for non-Muslims

By Nick Ciccone, August 23, 2017
 
Masjid Hamza, in Valley Stream, along with hundreds of mosques across the country, opened its doors to the community on Sunday in an effort to break social barriers and have an honest discussion about Islam.
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08 23 17
 

Lake County mosque opens doors to non-Muslims

‘There are so many things in common between us’
By Lee V. Gaines, Chicago Tribune

Shaykh Azfar Uddin, the imam at the Islamic Foundation North Mosque, said when the prime minister of Spain called the recent deadly terror attack in Barcelona an example of “jihadi terrorism,” he did not know the true meaning of the word jihad.
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06 19 17
 

Muslims remind everyone that they are 'making America great'

With love, compassion and mercy.
 
By Jason Lemon, Managing Editor, Step Feed
 
For American Muslims, and other minority groups, U.S. President Donald Trump’s slogan “make American great again” has become a chilling xenophobic rallying cry. But Muslims in the U.S. decided to cleverly turn Trump’s message around in a clever way.
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06 19 17
 

Muslims remind everyone that they are ‘making America great’

With love, compassion and mercy.
 
By Jason Lemon, Managing Editor, Step Feed
 
For American Muslims, and other minority groups, U.S. President Donald Trump’s slogan “make American great again” has become a chilling xenophobic rallying cry. But Muslims in the U.S. decided to cleverly turn Trump’s message around in a clever way.
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06 11 17
 

‘Making America Great’ billboards aim to teach about Islam

June 11, 2017
 
TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Muslim leaders in Tampa are using President Trump’s campaign slogan to spread a message of love during the holy month of Ramadan.
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06 6 17
 

Trump-style billboard aims to teach about Islam

Beau Zimmer, WTSP
 
TAMPA, Florida— There’s a new billboard up along I-275 in Tampa that may appear to be a campaign sign for Donald Trump.
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02 17 17
 

Open Mosque Day: Building Bridges with Neighbors

By Patty Wetli
 
IRVING PARK — Muslims’ presence in the U.S. dates back to the 1500s, and if that’s news to most people, Muslim-Americans are the first to admit they haven’t always been their own best advocates.
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01 26 17
 

Muslim, Latino leaders announce collaboration

In wake of Trump presidency, Orange County Muslim, Latino community leaders announce collaboration
By DEEPA BHARATH / Orange County Register
 
ANAHEIM – Minutes after Donald J. Trump delivered his first address as President of the United States outside the Capitol in Washington, D.C., a group of about 50 Muslim and Latino community organizers held a news conference outside Anaheim City Hall announcing a formal uniting of those groups to form The Muslim-Latino Collaborative.
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01 11 17
 

ICNA Houston Launches an Outreach Campaign

 
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HOUSTON, Texas (January 11, 2017) – The Islamic Circle of North America’s (ICNA) Houston Chapter plans to reach out to the Super Bowl fans this year with a campaign for greater understanding of the community and its faith.
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12 30 16
 

New campaign to promote “harmony and unity”

Muslim Association of Bolingbrook part of new campaign to promote “harmony and unity”
 
BOLINGBROOK – As part of a new campaign started by Gain Peace, a Muslim group based in Chicago, members of the Muslim Association of Bolingbrook (MAB) are attempting to build alliances to “stand up against discrimination, hate attacks, and racism against any American.”
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12 24 16
 

Campaign to Build Alliances, Promote Harmony and Unity

Muslim Group Launches Billboards Campaign to Build Alliances, Promote Harmony and Unity
 
(Chicago, IL, 12/23/2016) – On Dec 22, 2016, GainPeace, a Muslim group based in Chicago, launched a six weeks campaign designed to build alliances in the society and condemn all bigotry and racism. The campaign is in response to the increasing rhetoric by some of the individuals in National Leadership, the recent spike in hate crimes; this campaign raises awareness regarding the constitutional rights of all, especially Muslim Americans and minorities.
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12 23 16
 

Muslim Group Launches Billboards Campaign to Build Alliances, Promote Harmony and Unity

(Chicago, IL, 12/23/2016) – On Dec 22, 2016, GainPeace, a Muslim group based in Chicago, launched a six weeks campaign designed to build alliances in the society and condemn all bigotry and racism. The campaign is in response to the increasing rhetoric by some of the individuals in National Leadership, the recent spike in hate crimes; this campaign raises awareness regarding the constitutional rights of all, especially Muslim Americans and minorities.
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12 18 16
 

Argentina’s Muslim Minority

By Vincent Lofaso, Research Associate at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs
 
Muslim minorities in Latin America have received considerably less attention than comparable communities in Europe or in the United States. Islam is a growing religion in Latin America, and policy makers have yet to recognize this trend. According to the Association of Religion Data Archives (ARDA), approximately 2 percent of Argentines, for example, profess Islam as their primary faith.[i]
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12 16 16
 

Signs From God

Billboard evangelists are decorating America in their image — and 2016 was their biggest year yet. That’s probably not a good sign.
 
by Ann-Derrick Gaillot, Photography by Adam Pape
 
One sunny afternoon in June 2005, Jess Gollish was driving south down a Michigan highway when she suddenly lost control of her car. It was her 21st birthday and she was on her way to celebrate with friends.
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