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Remembering Tariq Amanullah

(Sept. 11, 2019) – Tariq Amanullah went to work at the World Trade Center on 9/11 and simply never returned. He is often identified as an assistant vice president of Fiduciary Trust.
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17 years after 9/11, Muslims are still ‘presumed guilty’

by Aysha Khan, Religion News Service
When people ask Todd Green why Muslims don’t condemn terrorism — and they do ask, often — he has a quick response: “Have you ever Googled ‘Muslims condemning terrorism’?”
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The Impact of 9/11 on the Muslim Community

by Adem Carroll, The Message International
The September 11th terror attack had a complex emotional, social, and economic impact on the Muslim American community, and especially upon the extensive immigrant Arab, South Asian, and African Muslim populations of New York City.
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Hurricane Dorian: ICNA Relief Responds

(New York, Sept. 2, 2019) ICNA Relief is monitoring the situation and is preparing to respond once the storm has made landfall. The ICNA Relief Disaster Response team is in communication with state and local emergency management staff and its partners in National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (National VOAD).
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Rally for Kashmir in Los Angeles by ICNA CSJ

(LOS ANGELES, Aug. 9, 2019) – ICNA Council for Social Justice-California today organized the country’s largest and one of the first rallies for Kashmir in Los Angeles in collaboration with other organizations to protest India’s recent moves in Kashmir.
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Muslims to help fill refugees’ back-to-school needs

By David Pendered
At a time DeKalb County’s school system expects students to have a home computer, a Muslim organization is leading an effort to give away to refugee children a back-to-school need that’s far more basic – backpacks, paper and pencils.
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Virginia prisons put obstacles to Ramadan observance

By Maryam Saleh, The Intercept, May 25 2019
FOR THE LAST three weeks, Muslims around the world have been observing the month of Ramadan by fasting from food and drink from dawn to sunset — a period of about 16 to 18 hours in the United States.
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Public invited to Syracuse Ramadan dinner

By James T. Mulder
SYRACUSE, N.Y. – The third annual Syracuse Ramadan dinner will be held 7 p.m. Saturday at Syracuse University’s Manley Field House.
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Show of Unity with Kashmir in Florida


Category:Social Justice

Orlando, FL August 15, 2019 – Several American Muslim groups in Central Florida organized a demonstration themed Show of Unity past Saturday at Lake Eola Park in downtown Orlando.
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ICNA CSJ at Kashmir Rally in Detroit, Mich.


Category:Social Justice

(Detroit, Mich., August 15, 2019) – ICNA Council for Social Justice (ICNA CSJ) today organized a demonstration themed “Decolonize. Resist. Dignify. Stand with Kashmir.” in Detroit, Michigan.
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ICNA Deplores Indian Oppression in Kashmir


Category:Press Release

(New York, Aug 10, 2019) – Kashmir is under siege and silence is no longer an option. On Monday, August 5 2019, the Indian government abrogated article 370 of the Indian constitution, which gave the state of Jammu and Kashmir special status within the Indian Constitution.
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