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10 6 16
 

Emergency Relief in Haiti as Hurricane Matthew Devastates

HHRD USA Emergency Relief Team on ground working in Haiti as Hurricane Matthew Devastates an Entire Region
 
DETROIT, Oct. 6, 2016 — Hurricane Matthew has devastated Haiti with over 100 lives lost, leaving more than 15,600 displaced, and more than 350,000 needing immediate assistance.
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09 20 16
 

USCMO applauds quick apprehension of terrorist

(Washington, D.C., 9/19/2016)- The US Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO), the largest coalition of leading national and local Muslim organizations, applauds law enforcement for their quick apprehension of the perpetrator responsible for terror attacks in New York and New Jersey over the weekend.
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09 9 16
 

ICNA Demands Repealing of Efforts to Censor & Black-list

ICNA demands repealing of unconstitutional efforts to censor and black list citizens and businesses engaged in BDS against injustice.
 
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NEW YORK, NY (Sept. 8, 2016) – The Islamic Circle of North America calls on the New York City Council to reject Resolution 1058 and the limitations it places on free speech and peaceful civil protests.
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08 14 16
 

ICNA Mourns Murders of Imams Maulama and Thara

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NEW YORK, NY (August 14, 2016) – It is with a heavy heart that ICNA mourns the murders of Imam Maulama and Imam Thara in New York City. The rise of gun violence in our nation is incredibly troubling as we continue to come to terms with yet another senseless tragedy.
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07 17 16
 

USCMO mourns victims of horrible attack in Nice, France

(Washington, D.C., 7/15/2016)- The US Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO), the largest coalition of leading national and local Muslim organizations, stands in solidarity and mourning with the people of France and sends its heartfelt condolences and sympathies to the families of the victims and to the people of France.
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07 17 16
 

USCMO in solidarity with Turks against attempted coup

USCMO Stands in Solidarity with the People of Turkey Against the Attempted Military Coup
 
(Washington, D.C., 7/15/2016)- The US Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO), the largest coalition of leading national and local Muslim organizations, stands in solidarity with the people of Turkey against the attempted military coup. USCMO supports the choices of the Turkish people for the right to freedom and democracy, choices that remind all Americans of our own struggle for, and love of freedom and democracy.
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07 16 16
 

ICNA commends Turks for standing up to the coup

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NEW YORK, NY (July 16, 2016) – Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) highly commends the Turkish people for standing up for democracy against the failed coup attempt by a fraction of the military.
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07 15 16
 

ICNA Condemns Terrorist Attack in Nice, France

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NEW YORK, NY (July 15, 2016) – ICNA strongly condemns the terrorist attack in Nice, France. A terrorist drove a truck through crowds celebrating Bastille Day on Thursday night in the seaside city of Nice on the French Riviera, killing at least 84 people, including several children.
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07 9 16
 

USCMO outraged by incidents of police brutality & shooting of policemen

USCMO is outraged by latest incidents of police brutality causing the death of two African-American’s and by the horrific shooting of Police Officers
 
(Washington, D.C., 7/8/2016) – The US Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO), the largest coalition of leading national and local Muslim organizations, is outraged over the police shootings and subsequent deaths of two African Americans as well as the slaying of five Police Officers in the line of duty this past week.
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07 2 16
 

ICNA Condemns Attacks in Bangladeshi Cafe

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NEW YORK, NY (July 2, 2016) – ICNA, once again, is deeply saddened by the acts of violence against innocent civilians in Dhaka, Bangladesh carried out by Daesh. The murderers who committed this barbaric attack have nothing to do with Islam.
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06 29 16
 

USCMO denounces terror attack at Istanbul Airport

(Washington, D.C., 6/28/2016) – The US Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO), the largest coalition of leading national and local Muslim organizations, condemns the cowardly attack at the Ataturk international airport in Istanbul, Turkey which claimed at least 41 innocent lives and scores of injured people. “This terrorist act is strongly condemned and those behind it should be brought to justice” said Oussama Jammal, secretary general of USCMO.
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06 29 16
 

Turkey Airport Attacks Condemned by ICNA

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NEW YORK, NY (June 29, 2016) – ICNA strongly condemns the deadly attack on innocent civilians at Turkey International Airport today. It is yet another cowardly and ghastly act and this time it is Muslims who were mostly the victims.
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06 14 16
 

A Joint Muslim Statement on the Carnage in Orlando

June 13, 2016. On behalf of the American Muslim community, we, the undersigned, want to extend our deepest condolences to the families and friends of the victims of the barbaric assault that occurred early yesterday morning at Pulse, an LGBTQ nightclub in Orlando, Florida.
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06 13 16
 

ICNA FL joins community to denounce the Orlando killings

June 13, 2016, Fort Pierce, Florida – In a press conference at the Islamic Center of Fort Pierce, the local Muslim community denounced the attacks in Orlando yesterday.
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06 12 16
 

ICNA Condemns the Barbaric Attack in Orlando

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NEW YORK, NY (June 12, 2016) – In a press statement today, the Islamic Circle of North America condemned the attacks in Orlando today as barbaric and abhorrent.
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06 11 16
 

USCMO condemns the Orlando shooting

(Washington, D.C., 6/12/2016) – The US Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO), the largest coalition of leading national and local Muslim organizations, expresses its horror over the mass shooting which took place at a nightclub in Orlando, FL overnight, and offers its deepest and heartfelt condolences to the families of the victims and prays for quick recovery for those who were injured.
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06 4 16
 

An amazing life: When life was bigger than sports

 
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NEW YORK, NY (June 4, 2016) – Last night America and the world have lost one of the most beloved and transcendent figures of the 20th century, Muhammad Ali. The Islamic Circle of North America joins the global community in praying for forgiveness of his sins and the highest reward in the Hereafter.
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05 10 16
 

Execution of Maulana Nizami Strongly Condemned by ICNA

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NEW YORK, NY (May 10, 2016) – In a press statement today, The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) strongly condemns the execution today of Maulana Motiur Rahman Nizami, the Ameer (Chief) of Bangladesh’s Jamaat-e-Islami party by the current regime and declares it another shameful act of judicial killing which is part of the ongoing brutal persecution of political opponents by Shaikh Hasina’s government.
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04 10 16
 

Detroit Metro Muslims Launches “Educational Campaign”

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Detroit, MI (April 10, 2016) – GainPeace – Detroit has launched an educational campaign, which runs from April 1, 2016 until April 30th, 2016. The campaign includes 23 billboard on Islam and Muslim all across Detroit Metro on major highways and streets.
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03 27 16
 

ICNA- Lahore terror attack are un-Islamic & cowardly

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NEW YORK, NY (March 27, 2016) – In a press statement today, the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) condemned in the strongest possible terms, the terrorist attack in the Pakistani city of Lahore that killed at least 67 people and injured more than 300 others.
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