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08 27 17

U.S. Muslims help fellow Americans as Harvey strikes

HOUSTON, TX (August 27, 2017) – As Hurricane Harvey sweeps through Texas, ICNA Relief USA is standing ready to deploy its relief team to the state to assist our fellow Americans in this time of need and distress.
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08 20 17

Muslim charity group provides school bags to needy children in Harrisburg

By Travis Kellar, August 20, 2017
Children in need received free school bags from the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) on Saturday.
The bag distribution in the state’s capital was one stop for ICNA, as it plans to give out free school bags to 1,000 children statewide through September.
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08 6 17

Education is power: Islamic Center volunteers fill, donate backpacks for children in need

By Marybeth Niederkorn ~ Southeast Missourian, Sunday, August 6, 2017
To help the poor and needy is among the highest callings in the Quran, and for members of the Islamic Center of Cape Girardeau, one way to accomplish this is to hand out backpacks filled with school supplies to area students in need.
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07 26 17

Mercy on Wheels delivers food, supplies and relief to those in need

by Hannah Myrick, Seattle, WA | July 26th, 2017
By the time Mohammed Basheer and Faheem Khan rounded the corner onto Third Avenue from Yesler Way in their Mercy on Wheels van, a line of people had already formed along the sidewalk. Homeless and hungry, the men and women in line were waiting for the bright yellow vehicle to bring hot, fresh food.
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07 21 17

ICNA launches education related campaign in USA

NEW YORK (Dunya News) 21 July, 2017 – Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) has launched an education related campaign to give 30,000 school bags in 25 different states in United States.
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07 11 17

University of Georgia seniors help in creation of Shifa Clinic Athens

Amy Scott | Staff Writer Jul 11, 2017
Hamzah Ali is one of five University of Georgia seniors involved in the creation of Shifa Clinic Athens, a new free health clinic in the Athens community. The team began organizing the clinic in April 2016 as sophomores and continued working for the next year until the clinic opened in March 2017.
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06 30 17

Islamic sisters drop off 150 gifts

Islamic sisters drop off 150 gifts at Boyle Street Community Services in celebration of Canada 150
Uplifting the spirits 150 people as a way to celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary of confederation, members of the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) Sisters of Edmonton dropped off 150 gift bags for Edmonton’s homeless.
By Claire Theobald, June 29, 2017
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04 29 17

For Muslim women, a home to call their own

By Lisa Wangsness, GLOBE STAFF
The shingled Victorian house on Intervale Street has a purple door, a symbol of hope. The Basmala — a phrase recited when reading the Koran, “In the name of God, the most gracious, the most merciful” — decorates a wall in the foyer. In the children’s playroom, “My First Prophet Muhammad Storybook” shares space with “Guess Who, Elmo!”
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04 26 17

First Muslim-operated homeless shelter for women opens in Dorchester

The Amal Women’s Center says it is open to all women who need it.
By Kristin Toussaint, Metro
On a Dorchester street lined with triple-deckers, one green house with a vibrant purple door stands out.
The door opens to the Amal Women’s Center, a transitional home for women and children operated by the Muslim social services organization, ICNA Relief.
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04 20 17

With a Subway Ride to the Trump Carousel, Syrian Refugees Tour New York

by Matt Katz
One of the myriad tour groups winding its way through Manhattan this week is not made up of your typical camera-toting, wide-eyed tourists from the Midwest. Instead, these moms, dads and babies (including a 20-day-old boy) are Syrian refugees who fled civil war and resettled in recent months in Elizabeth, NJ.
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03 30 17

‘I’ll Take Any Job’: Syrian refugees struggling to find work

Even highly skilled immigrants can’t just pick up where they left off.
By Willa Frej and Rowaida Abdelaziz
ELIZABETH, N.J. ― Mohamad Aljahmani once owned an eponymous interior design business in Aleppo, Syria, until war broke out in 2011. He specialized in home design, mostly decorating living rooms and children’s bedrooms.
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03 17 17

ICNA Relief USA organizes poetic symposium in New York

NEW YORK (Dunya News) – A poetic symposium was arranged by Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) Relief USA in New York’s Bronx area.
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02 17 17

Immigrant center reaches out to refugees as fears spike

By William Lee, Chicago Tribune
A Muslim family services organization is opening a food pantry and case management office in the heart of the bustling Devon Avenue business corridor as immigrant families in the tight knit ethnic patchwork of West Rogers Park cope with anxiety over President Donald Trump’s recent immigration travel ban and a six-state sweep of unauthorized residents.
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02 13 17

Mississauga event brings Syrian refugees together

30 newcomer families shared stories of their life in Canada
By Radhika Panjwani, Mississauga News
Dozens of Syrian refugees that arrived in Canada a year ago and moved to different communities across Ontario came together Saturday, Feb. 11 in Mississauga to break bread and share stories.
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02 9 17

Walkathon in support of refugees on Family Day

by Nouman Khalil, Feb 09, 2016, Mississauga News
Walk a couple of blocks in support of refugees coming to Canada. ICNA Canada’s Peel Chapter is hosting the Family Day Walkathon on Monday (Feb. 15) from 9.30 a.m. to noon at the Living Arts Centre in Mississauga.
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02 8 17

ICNA Relief celebrates refugee sponsorship program

by Nouman Khalil, Feb 08, 2017
ICNA Relief Canada is celebrating the successful launch of its Syrian refugee sponsorship program.
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01 28 17

ICNA Welcomes Relief and Support for Legal Immigrants

NEW YORK, NY (January 28, 2017) – The Islamic Circle of North America today welcomed the decision by Jude Ann Donnelly from the Eastern District of New York partially halting President Trump’s executive order banning Muslims from entering the United States.
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01 14 17

Time To Publicize Muslim Good Deeds

By Anne Foy, For
It won’t have escaped anyone’s notice that there’s a pervasive and very worrying narrative about Muslims playing out in the USA at the moment. These are troubled times for the nation – indeed, for the world as a whole – and Muslims are all too often finding ourselves caught in the epicenter of this modern maelstrom.
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12 26 16

Financial cheer to orphans on Christmas

THE HANS INDIA | Dec 26,2016
It was a Christmas Day second coming that nearly 10,000 orphan students will remember in their lifetime.
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12 17 16

Norman Muslims: ‘We are part of the community’

By Joy Hampton, Senior Staff Writer, The Norman Transcript
Once a month, clients dining at Food and Shelter get lunch with a Middle Eastern twist. The first Friday of the month, the Islamic Society of Norman serves food provided from an area restaurant as part of a spiritual belief in service to the community.
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