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05 31 10

ICNA Calls for Swift Investigation of Israeli Attack

JAMAICA, New York (May 31, 2010) – The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) in a press release issued today strongly condemned the massacre of innocent international peace activists by the Israeli military.
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05 22 10

The Best Ten Days of the Year

The best ten days in the whole entire world are upon us, the most blessed days of the year: the first ten days of the month of Dhul-Hijjah (meaning “Owner of the Hajj”). It is truly the holiday season for us Muslims, as to us the special days are those in which we really have a reason to rejoice: our good deeds are being multiplied in number.
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05 22 10

Muslim scholar sees ‘hope’ in practise of Islam here

By Alva Solomon
Caribbean Muslims’ veneration of their faith among diverse cultures is reason for hope in the Islamic community, especially since the 9/11 attacks and a world-renowned Muslim scholar sees benefit in the transfer of that hope to the United States.
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05 16 10

ICNA-MAS Convention 2010, 29-31 May, Hartford, CT

35th Annual ICNA-MAS Convention in Hartford, CT on Memorial Day weekend. Read more

05 11 10

ICNA Chicago at Candidates Forum with Governor Quinn

October 10, 2010, CHICAGO – Mahmood Khan from ICNA Chicago Chapter raises a question on hunger at the Candidates Forum with Governor Pat Quinn, IL. All ICNA Chapters have been instructed to raise this issue at all Candidate Forums across the nation as part of ICNA’s national campaign against hunger: United Against Hunger, Standing Up for Justice. For more details on the campaign visit (Sorry for the poor audio quality).

05 7 10

Carrying the Torch, Spreading the Light

ICNA Sacramento’s Dawah Project: WhyIslam.

05 6 10
05 4 10

ICNA Condemns Times Square Bomb Plot

JAMAICA, New York (May 4, 2010) – In a press release issued today, the Islamic Circle of North America condemned, in strongest terms, the incident in Times Square on May 2, 2010 as a serious crime that goes against Islamic norms. Any activity resulting in injury or loss of innocent lives completely contradicts the teachings of Islam.
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