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01 31 11
 

ICNA’s 877-Why-Islam Project Launches TV Ads

 
—FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE—
 
Piscataway, New Jersey (January 31, 2011) – Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA), a grassroots- based non-sectarian mainstream organization of North American Muslims, has launched a TV Ad campaign in order to disseminate accurate information on Islam and Muslims, through its outreach project 877-Why-Islam.
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12 17 10
 

Campaign Attempts to Dispel Negativity About Islam

 

By Bidisha Roy, Hi India

 

CHICAGO, IL (December 17, 2010) – GainPeace, an out-reach project of Islamic Circle of North America has launched a bold venture in its public awareness campaign by placing ads about Islam on Buses and Train Ad running through in Chicago from October to December, 2010.

 

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12 16 10
 

“WhyIslam Center” Project Dinner Attended By Many

 
by TMO, Muslim Media Network
 
HOUSTON, Texas (December 16, 2010) – “Giving brings many rewards & blessings to a person: Giving with philanthropic spirit brings rewards & blessings to not only a person, but also brings positive change in the society around us.”
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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 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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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 23 10
 

‘A Week of Dialogue’ to Combat Bigotry

 
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(NEW YORK, NY, 9/20/2010) –- A number of local and national American Muslim leaders today issued a call for “A Week of Dialogue” in October to combat bigotry and promote understanding and religious tolerance in civil society.
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09 9 10
 

Growing Anti Muslim Bigotry: ICNA’s 6-Point Response

Dear Brothers and Sisters,
 
Assalamu alaikum and greetings to all,
 
As you are aware, there is an alarming rise of anti-Muslim rhetoric throughout the country that is guided by calculated bigotry and racism for political gain, and is aimed at excluding Muslim Americans from the economic and social life of this nation.
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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 6 10
 

ICNA Booths Distribute Qurans in Gainesville

 
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BOCA RATON, Florida (September 8, 2010)- In a press release issued today the Islamic Circle of North America Southeast Region expressed support for upcoming charitable and interfaith events being hosted by Muslims in Gainesville, FL.
 
Gainesville recently made headlines when a local church announced plans to burn copies of the holy Quran on the ninth anniversary of the September 11th attacks. Despite condemnation from several political and religious leaders, the church’s pastor insists the event will be held as planned. ICNA Southern California has already pledged to distribute 10,000 free copies of the Quran in response to the church’s plans.
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09 5 10
 

Muslims take to Minn. State Fair to repair image

 

(September 4, 2010) By PATRICK CONDON, Associated Press Writer

 

Despite the smells of fried dough and roasted meat wafting from the Minnesota State Fair, Salim and Zuleyha Ozonder were focused on the people who were leaving, not the food or festivities beckoning from across the street.

 

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09 4 10
 

Mosque debate: Behind America’s anxiety over Islam

Controversy over the New York and other mosques underlines the struggle to balance values of religious tolerance with fears, real and imagined, in an age of terrorism. By Harry Bruinius

 

(New York, September 3, 2010) – As the maelstrom over the proposed Islamic center near ground zero rages a short distance away, Shahid Farooqi, a devout Pakistani immigrant, is handing out book bags and school supplies to hundreds of needy children and their parents for the start of the school year.

 

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09 4 10
 

Quran Burning “Misguided”: ICNA Ups Quran Distribution

 
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Los Angeles, CALIFORNIA (August 25, 2010) – The Southern California chapter of the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) issued a press release today calling the planned desecration of the Quran by a church in Gainesville, FL “misguided,” and announced that it would distribute 10,000 free copies of the Quran through its 1-877-WhyIslam outreach project in response to the Gainesville event.
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09 4 10
 

International Hijab Day

 

Hijab, the veil, is an integral part of the everyday life of hundreds of millions of women across the globe; it is no wonder that the commandment of Hijab is found in so many religious scriptures including the Torah, Bible and the Quran, and Hijab is practiced in many cultures. For Muslim women, Hijab is not only a basic human right, but also a religious one.

 

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09 2 10
 

Franklin Islam Center Opens Doors to Public for Iftar

 

By MARY ANN BOURBEAU, mycentraljersey.com
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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08 26 10
 

Radio Ads About Islam Target State Fair Crowd

 
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Minneapolis, MN (August 25, 2010) – Islamic Circle of North America, Minnesota is launching a public awareness campaign by running ads about Islam on WCCO 830 AM news radio. Starting on August 30th 2010, during the Islamic month of Ramadan, several radio ads will be broadcast daily.
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08 25 10
 

Emancipation Day in Guyana

 

GEORGETOWN, Guyana (August 25, 2010) – Emancipation Day in Guyana commemorates the August 1, 1834 end to the chattel slavery of Africans in the South American country. Muslims in Guyana, particularly the Guyana Islamic Trust, Guyana Muslim Mission, and Masjid Muhammad, organized events for the first time this year highlighting the significant role that African Muslims played in the nation’s ending of slavery.

 

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07 19 10
 

Info Booth at The California State Fair for 19 Days

 
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SACRAMENTO, California (July 22, 2010) – The Sacramento Chapter of Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) and its 877-Why-Islam project are hosting an information booth at the California State Fair from July 14th until August 1st. They will be handing out free copies of the English translation of the Quran, Islamic literature and answering questions about Islam.
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06 24 10
 

ICNA Washington Condemns Vandalism on its Van

 
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Seattle, WA, (June 24, 2010) – In a press release issued today, the Islamic Circle of North America’s Washington State Chapter condemned the act of vandalism on its van and called on law enforcement agencies for investigation of this possible hate crime.
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06 15 10
 

ICNA Launches Outreach and Relief efforts in Alaska

 

By Suzanne Khazaal

 

ICNA members were hosted by the largest mosque in Alaska, the Islamic Community Center of Anchorage, Alaska (ICCAA) from May 21-28 where they visited to help establish ICNA activities.

 

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