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Eid Greetings From ICNA

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Donate NowThe Islamic Circle of North America wishes you and your loved ones a blessed Eid Al-Fitr! ICNA invites you to build a sense of unity amongst the Muslim community and celebrate Eid with your local Islamic centers and masaajid.

We pray that all of our fasts, charity and good deeds are accepted and rewarded manifold, InshaAllah. We also pray that Ramadan has recharged our spiritual batteries, and that we carry that momentum forward by keeping with self-discipline, self-restraint and generosity, all while obeying Allah’s commandments.

If you have not already, please pay Zakat Al-Fitr ($7) by clicking here.

Six Flags theme parks nationwide are set to transform into ‘Muslim Family Day’ for Eid celebrations organized by ICNA. This multi-ethnic event brings Muslim families together in a fun-filled, culturally Islamic environment providing entertainment for the entire family.

Throughout the day, organizers will hold special programs for the community. There are arrangements for the call to prayer, congregational prayers, Halal ethnic food, an Islamic goods bazaar and presentations by renowned speakers, as well as Islamic entertainment.

All this, of course, is in addition to the regular thrills Six Flags is known for. Alhamdulillah, this will be the largest Eid celebration in the United States.

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  • Isam


    Your message wishing everyone Eid Mubarak is very confusing. Is it Eid tomorrow (Thursday Sept 9, 2010) or not. I wish you’d make it more clear.


  • Mohamed

    I agree with Isam. Is Eid on Thursday or Friday? you should had mentioned that in Eid greetings!

    Salam Alikom,

  • Fazal Muneer / New York

    It is so crazy message? with out date how one should celebrate Eid my dear, wake up please for God sake

  • R.B.

    Assalamu Alaikum Brothers and Sisters,

    I broke my fast today thinking yesterday was the last day, what should I do?

  • Isam, Mohamed, & Fazal: Follow what your local masjid says about what day Eid is on inshaAllaah.

    R.B. take a look at the website