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12 4 19

ICNA Convention in Northeast: a tremendous success.

Boston, MA (December 3, 2019) – The Islamic Circle of North America’s (ICNA) convention at Worcester, Massachusetts was a tremendous success. Over 3,000 people attended the event that was also addressed by U.S. Senator Edward Markey and Mayor Joseph Petty.
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11 10 19

Sen. Elizabeth Warren Commends ICNA NE

(New York, Nov 10, 2019) – In a letter to ICNA New England, U.S. Senator from Massachusetts and 2020 Presidential Candidate Elizabeth Warren commends ICNA for its activities.
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05 13 19

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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04 27 19

Muslim woman poses in front of anti-Islam protesters

NBC News Staff, April 26, 2019 – A woman who inspired thousands with a photo of herself in a hijab, a wide smile on her face and two fingers raised in a peace sign in front of anti-Islam protesters said Thursday she wanted to “combat their hatred with kindness.”
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04 26 19

Largest American Muslim Convention at the Capital

(April 25, 2019, Washington D.C.) – The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) held its 44th ICNA-MAS Annual Convention at a new location in Washington D.C. past weekend.
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04 25 19

Viral Photo: When woman ‘smiled in the face of bigotry’

By Gianluca Mezzofiore, CNN
April 24, 2019 – Shaymaa Ismaa’eel was attending a conference of the Islamic Circle of North America in Washington DC on Sunday when she saw a group of protesters holding signs against the Muslim faith and the Prophet Muhammad.
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04 18 19

Americans get ready for the largest Muslim convention

April 16, 2019, Washington D.C. – The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) will hold its annual ICNA-MAS Convention at the Washington D.C. Convention Center during the Easter Weekend of April 19-21.
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03 13 19

ICNA Community Leadership Meetings in the North East

NEW YORK, NY (March 18, 2019) – The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA), invited community leadership on the East cost from New York city to Washington, DC for an yearly opportunity to discuss issues of mutual interest and to promote it’s annual 44th ICNA-MAS convention in Washington DC.
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09 11 18

ICNA Conducts National Leadership Retreat

ORLANDO, FL (Sept. 10, 2018) – The Islamic Circle of North America ​conducted its National Shura Retreat past weekend in Orlando, Florida.
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04 26 18

ICNA held largest US Muslim convention on 50th anniv.

April 26, 2018 – The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) held its annual ICNA-MAS Convention at the Baltimore Convention Center this month in Baltimore, Maryland. Twenty two thousand people attended the 43rd annual convention by ICNA which was founded in 1968 and is observing its 50th year of formation.
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03 4 18

Leadership meetings across North East for Convention

NEW YORK, NY (March 3, 2018) – Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) chapters across the North East held numerous leadership events during the past week with over 500 imams and community leaders.
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12 29 17

16th annual MAS-ICNA Convention kicks off in Chicago

“American Muslims: Shaping the Future Through Faith and Vision” is the theme of the gathering
By Bilgin Sasmaz
CHICAGO – The 16th Islamic Circle of North America-Muslim American Society Convention, one of the largest Muslim gatherings in North America, started Thursday in the U.S. city of Chicago.
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11 27 17

Interfaith Progress at ICNA Convention in Houston

By Carissa D. Lamkahouan, US
HOUSTON, Texas – While listening to speakers at the recent Islamic Circle of North America’s South Central 2017 convention “Slaves of Allah, Servants of Humanity,” Suzanne Itani, a Muslim convert, pointed out three non-Muslim guests she invited to the conference, which was held in Houston Nov. 24-26.
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11 26 17

Houston Muslims Meet Neighbors, Break Barriers

HOUSTON – Houston Muslim community has invited their neighbors to meet them, ask questions and clear misconception about their faith.
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11 23 17

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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10 10 17

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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09 20 17

Muslim festival cuts through the stereotypes

By Jeremy C. Fox and Cristela Guerra GLOBE CORRESPONDENT | GLOBE STAFF SEPTEMBER 17, 2017
MALDEN — The percussive rhythms of traditional Syrian music and the smells of shawarma and samosas filled the air Sunday afternoon as thousands gathered for a celebration of Islamic culture intended to build bridges across faiths and erode negative stereotypes of the religion.
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04 16 17

Thousands of Muslims gather in Baltimore convention

By Catherine Rentz, The Baltimore Sun
An estimated 20,000 Muslims from across the country are in downtown Baltimore over the Easter holiday weekend for the Islamic Circle of North America’s annual Conference for Peace.
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04 16 17

Thousands gather for ICNA conference for peace

Baltimore City, Maryland (IINA) – The 42nd Annual Convention for Peace by the Islamic Circle of North America’s (ICNA), one of the largest and most diverse Islamic conventions in North America, kicked off in Baltimore on Saturday, to discuss the problems facing US Muslims and refugees in today’s America.
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04 15 17

​Conference for Peace works to give back to Baltimore

by Lisa Robinson, News Anchor, I-Team Reporter
After the Freddie Gray uprising in 2015, organizers of the Conference for Peace wanted to do something for the community, so they agreed to keep the conference in Baltimore for a few more years and conduct community outreach.
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