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A Remarkable Success: U.S. Muslim Women’s Conference

By Javeria Salman
 
WASHINGTON D.C (Oct. 10, 2017) – Women from across the nation attended ICNA Sisters’ first ever American Muslim Women’s Conference Saturday in Chantilly, Virginia to talk about “Changing the Narrative” of Muslim women in the United States.
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Catholics & Muslims come together for dialogue & dinner

By Thomas Erik Bascome
 
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Members of the Catholic and Muslim faiths came together today for an annual dialogue and dinner aimed at promoting harmony between the two religious groups.
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US-based charity announces establishment of rehab center

HHRD also decides to set up hospital for treatment of neurological diseases
 
A US-based Islamic charity organization, Helping Hand for Relief and Development (HHRD), has announced the establishment of a comprehensive rehabilitation center and neurological diseases hospital in Karachi.
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Las Vegas Shooting: ICNA Condemns, Expresses Horror

 
—FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE—
 
NEW YORK, NY (Oct. 2, 2017) – The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) expresses its strongest condemnation of the horrific shooting that took place last night in Las Vegas, Nevada. The indiscriminate attack killed 58 and injured 515 according to the latest media report​​s.
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Muslim group donates 2K lbs of halal lamb to food pantry

By Pamela Silvestri
 
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — The first of two shipments of 2,000 pounds of halal lamb meat arrived at Project Hospitality Wednesday afternoon in Stapleton.
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یلپنگ ہئنڈ کے تعان سے ذہنی معزور روں کے لیے جدید مرکز کا قیام

کراچی (اسٹاف رپورٹر) دنیا کے 51 سے زائد ممالک میں مصروف خدمت ہیلپنگ ہینڈ امریکا نے معذوروں کی بحالی کے لیے کراچی میں پہلا اور جدید مرکز بنانے کا اعلان کر دیا ہے، بحالی مرکز کا بنیادی مقصد 50 لاکھ ذہنی معذور افراد کو پاکستان کا کار آمد شہری بنانا ہے،
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Muslims At The Forefront Of Relief Work

by Aisha Asif, Media Director at ICNA Relief
 
When Hurricane Katrina struck in 2005 breaking away the levees and unleashing destruction at a level not seen before, it was then that ICNA Relief stood up for the first time to respond to a disaster. The organization mobilized Islamic centers, mosques, and the Muslim American community to come together to house, feed and help rehabilitate hurricane survivors.
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Religious principles drive Muslim response to disasters

By Zainab Arain, Orlando Sentinel
 
In the past month, the South and Southeastern regions of the United States were besieged by climate-related disasters. Hurricanes Harvey and Irma left at least 116 people dead and an estimated $290 billion in damages in their wake.
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Aid workers describe chaos at Rohingya border camp

 

Category:Social Services

By FATIMA SYED, Staff Reporter, Sept. 23, 2017
 
Standing on the easternmost riverside city of Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, in the shadow a Burmese horizon that’s still on fire, Zaid Al-Rawni watched small boats crossing the treacherous waters full of people. They’d go back empty and come back with more people.
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USCMO Meet Myanmar, OIC, Turkish Ambassadors

 

Category:Social Justice

USCMO Demands Halt to Rohingya Ethnic Cleansing
 
(Washington, D.C., 9/15/17) – The US Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO), the largest coalition of leading national and local Muslim organizations in America, met separately in the last few days with the ambassadors of Myanmar, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, and Turkey.
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Burma: Where Were The Muslims?

 

Category:Social Justice

By Imam Khalid Griggs, September 5, 2017
 
Just imagine the year is 2100 CE, long after we are all dead. A school child is studying Muslim history of the last century. He finds extremely disturbing events that took place at the beginning of that century.
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