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Join the Rally for Jerusalem

By the US Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO); the largest coalition of national, regional, and local Muslim organizations on Saturday December 16, 2017, 12 PM. Near the Whitehouse, Washington D.C.
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Trump basks in warmth of his Jerusalem recognition

Edna Duncan | December 11, 2017
 
While Muslims performed the prayer in front of the White House, Rabbi Weiss and his companions held banners that read: “Torah true Jews in Jerusalem and Worldwide condemn the aggression in Al-Aqsa and the occupation of Palestine” and “Judaism rejects Zionism and the state of Israel”.
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Protests against Trump’s Jerusalem Decision Continue

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – People across the world continued their protest against US President Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem (al-Quds) as Israel’s capital.
Hundreds of pro-Palestinian activists on Saturday staged a protest in Paris against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s planned visit to France on Sunday.
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Hundreds in D.C. protest Trump’s Jerusalem decision

‘Fault largely lays on Muslim and Arab leaders on Jerusalem decision,’ Omer Suleiman told Anadolu Agency
By Safvan Allahverdi, 09.12.2017
 
Hundreds gathered in front of the White House on Friday to protest President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and to perform the Islamic Friday congregational prayer.
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USCMO Denounces Jerusalem Status Decision

(Washington, D.C., 12/07/2017) The US Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO); the largest coalition of national, regional, and local Muslim organizations; vehemently opposes President Donald Trump’s unilateral and reckless declaration that the United States will recognize the Holy City of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and denounces his order to relocate the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem as an unwise deviation from long-standing U.S. policy.
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ICNA Houston hoping to dispel Islamophobia

By: Isiah Carey, NOV 22 2017
 
HOUSTON (FOX 26) – Last week, there was a “Meet a Black Person” event in Georgia. The event was aimed at bridging the racial divide and getting white people and other groups out of their comfort zones, and it went off without a hitch.
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Over 200 Orphan students get financial assistance

Charminar/Hyderabad, October 30: Over 200 orphan students are handed cheques of Rs 6,300 as part of financial assistance by the Foundation for Economic and Equational Development, the Hyderabad Zakat, Charitable Trust.
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Religious Groups Providing Direct Aid To Puerto Ricans

One Of The Few Shining Lights
CBS Miami
 
SAN JUAN (CBSMiami) – In the nearly six weeks since Hurricane Maria, one of the few shining lights of the Puerto Rico relief effort has been religious groups providing direct aid to citizens of the island.
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ICNA calls on Americans to resist hate & GOP to speak up

 

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NEW YORK, NY November 29, 2017) – Today after President Donald Trump shared anti-Muslim videos on Twitter, the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) called on all Americans to resist Trump’s attempts to turn Americans against each other.
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ICNA: Egyptian Mosque Attack is a Horrific Crime

 

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NEW YORK, NY November 24, 2017) – The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA), condemns the attacks at a Mosque in Egypt that killed at least 235 worshipers as a horrific crime.
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ICNA President visits First Baptist Church, Sutherland

 

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Sutherland Springs, TX (Nov. 12, 2017) – President of the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) Javaid Siddiqi, along with others, attended the Memorial Service for the victims of the recent tragic killings at First Baptist Church in the City of Sutherland Springs, Texas.
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