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05 11 11
 

For Some, Helping With Disaster Relief Is Not Just Aid, It’s a Calling

 

By KIM SEVERSON

 

RAINSVILLE, Ala. — Some couples spend retirement playing the nation’s best golf courses or hopping cruise ships. Not Marteen and Wiley Blankenship. They collect disasters the way other retirees collect passport stamps.

 

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05 6 11
 

American Muslims Provide Relief After Storms- NY Times

 

By Staff Writer

 

Birmingham, Alabama (May 6, 2011) – In the aftermath of the worst tornadoes to hit the United States since the Great Depression, hundreds of Southerners are dead and thousands of their homeless neighbors are left gaping at the rubble. American Muslim organization ICNA Relief is on the ground, offering a helping hand to victims as they begin to piece their lives back together after the devastating storms.

 

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04 29 11
 

ICNA Saddened by Death & Destruction Caused by Storms

 
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JAMAICA, New York (April 29, 2011) – The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) is deeply saddened by the wave of destruction caused by tornados and storms across the South in recent weeks. Nearly 300 are confirmed dead, and thousands more injured and homeless after a series of devastating storms hit numerous states.
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04 8 11
 

ICNA S. California Thanks Community for Support

 
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LOS ANGELES, California (April 3, 2011) – Nearly 700 people attended the seventh annual fundraiser by WhyIslam, an Islamic Circle of North America project, on Saturday, April 2, 2011. The night centered on Islamophobia and importance of rising up to the challenge.
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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 15 11
 

ICNA Relief Thanks Community & Local Officials

 
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LOS ANGELES, California (February 15, 2011) – In a press release issued today ICNA Relief thanked the Southern California community for its support of their fundraising dinner in Yorba Linda, Orange County, California on Sunday night.
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02 10 11
 

ICNA Appeals to Muslim Community Against Hate

 
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LOS ANGELES, California (February 10, 2011) – ICNA Relief is pleased to announce its 2nd annual fund raising dinner at the Yorba Linda Community Center in Yorba Linda, CA this Sunday, February 13. The theme of the evening is “Our Responsibility towards Our Neighbors: An Islamic Perspective.”
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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
 

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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12 22 10
 

19 Years in Prison for Rape & Murder he Did not Commit

 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina (December 13, 2010) – In prison for more than 19 years for rape and murder that he did not commit, Darryl Hunt interviews with ICNA. This interview was conducted at the Community Mosque of Winston-Salem, NC. Darryl Hunt spoke at the 1st Annual Social Justice banquet in Virginia on December 24, 2010 to raise funds for ICNA’s Council for Social Justice. For more information visit www.ICNAcsj.org

 

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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 8 10
 

ICNA Council for Social Justice Supports DREAM Act

 
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Washington, D.C. (December 8, 2010) – In a press release issued today, the ICNA Council for Social Justice (ICSJ) expressed its support for the DREAM Act, a bill that will provide high school graduates brought to the U.S. before they were 16 the ability to earn legal citizenship.
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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 14 10
 

Purify Your Gaze

 

Purify Your Gaze is a three-week online awareness campaign discussing pornography addiction within the Muslim community.

 

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11 14 10
 

Urgent Appeal for ICNA Relief

 

Assalamu Alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu

 

Dear Respected Brothers and Sisters,

 

ICNA Relief USA is one of the major national Muslim organizations dedicated exclusively to the welfare of needy Muslims and Non-Muslims here in the United States.

 

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11 14 10
 

ICSJ Observes Human Rights Day with an Appeal to All

 
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Washington, D.C. (November 14, 2010) – The ICNA Council for Social Justice issued a press release today urging all Americans to stand up for the rights of human beings on Human Rights Day, December 10, 2010.
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10 31 10
 

An Interview with Imam Khalid Griggs

What is ICSJ’s main focus in the National Campaign Against Hunger?

 

Imam Khalid Griggs: The main focus of the ICNA Council for Social Justice (ICSJ) National Campaign Against Hunger is to assist in raising awareness among Muslims and non-Muslims about the hunger crisis in America today, while suggesting practical steps that individuals can take to address this scourge on the social well being of the nation.
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10 21 10
 

Fighting Hunger: ICNA Responds Nationwide

 

A man asked the Prophet Muhammad “What is the best Islam?” He replied: “The best Islam is that you feed the hungry and spread peace among people you know and those you do not know.”

 

Several feeding events were scheduled as part of ICNA’s national campaign against hunger and many more are scheduled across the nation.

 

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10 19 10
 

ICNA Raises Awareness About Hunger in the United States

 
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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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10 14 10
 

Western Presbyterian Church Endorses ICNA’s Campaign

 

John W. Wimberly Jr., Pastor of Western Presbyterian Church, today issued the following statement regarding ICNA’s campaign against hunger:
“Western Presbyterian Church gives thanks to God for ICNA’s Campaign Against Hunger.

 

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