Muslim family day @ Cedar Point
Saturday June 20, 2020. 10am to 2pm
*We regret to announce that due to the current pandemic ALL Cedar Point Events in May and June 2020 have been cancelled. Please check back soon for details on Muslim Family Day 2021
If you purchased tickets for the Muslim Family Day on June 20th, you will receive a refund to your credit card in the near future. If you do not receive this refund back to your credit card by June 12th, please see CedarPoint for more information.
past events & activities
Dawah Seminar @ Tawheed Center, Farmington Hills
Saturday March 14, 2020. 10am to 2pm
Council for Social Justice (CSJ)
CSJ Michigan Chapter 2018 Events:
Black History Month
Anti Bullying Workshops
Voter Registration Awareness Campaign
CSJ Michigan Chapter 2019 Events:
Black History Month
National Muslim Advocacy Day
Contact Hussain Arbab firstname.lastname@example.org
Outreach and Dawah
ICNA Michigan works with GainPeace to educate the general public about Islam and to clarify many misconceptions they may hold. To this effect, GainPeace has initiated a toll-free telephone line, 1-800-662-ISLAM, where anyone can call between 9:00 am – 9:00 pm, and ask questions related to Islam, request for a visit to the Mosque and order free Quran and Islamic literature. For more information visit GainPeace or email info@GainPeace.com
ICNA Michigan Dawah Initiatives:
Ramadan Gift Packs: Gift packs to share with non-Muslim or Muslim coworkers, friends, neighbors or whoever you want. The gift pack includes chocolate bars and informational brochures regarding Ramadan and Islam in general.
Please place your order here: Ramadan Gift pack Order
Library Open Houses
Open houses to propagate the message of Islam and clear misconceptions. Events like these aims raise awareness of this history, basic principles, and the teachings of Islam by educating the masses and to clear the misconceptions that arise from the negative image of Islam portrayed in the media.
Open house exhibition and resources are available and can be executed at not only libraries but also various different locations. If there are any potential contacts or opportunities for open house, please contact: email@example.com
Facebook Live feed of the Open House held at the Southfield Public Library can be found at:
Open House @ Southfield Public Library
Contact Abdul Lateef firstname.lastname@example.org
Muslim Family Services (MFS) is a project of ICNA Michigan. More about MFS can be found at MFS
Contact Amin Jibril email@example.com
The noble agenda of ICNA Neighbor Net is a sincere struggle to achieve the pleasure of Allah (SWT) by serving the needs of the NN communities. Through service to the young creations of Allah (SWT), ICNA Neighbor Net aims to maintain an active role in the hearts, minds and actions of many NNs in the United States. ICNA Neighbor Net (NN) wishes to produce a group of men and women who can become ideal Muslims, model sons/daughters and brothers/sisters, and educationally conscious leaders of our time. Insha’allah, this manual will serve as a guide in fulfilling that goal.
Education and Purification (tarbiyyah wa taz kiyyah): To purify the individual’s life by obtaining Islamic knowledge, wisdom, God-consciousness, patience and contemporary qualifications/skills. Brotherhood (Akuwwah): To build strong bond of brotherhood among NNet participants and their families. Promulgation (da‘wah): To invite people towards the true practice of Islam and to promote the ideal Islamic ideologies to non-Muslims. Organization (jama‘ah): To organize energetic NNs who are motivated and show the desire to develop themselves and society under the banner of ICNA Neighbor Net. Social Service (khadmat al amma): To perform activities and events individually and collectively that will benefit the welfare of Muslims and non-Muslims alike.
ICNA Michigan offers regular halaqas and quarterly qiyams for communities in various masajid. We invite you to become a part of these opportunities.
For more information contact: Iftikhar Shahzad firstname.lastname@example.org
Neighbor Net Region (Meeting Frequency) Neighbor-net Coordinator
Canton/Westland/Plymouth (Monthly) Hussain Arbab
Farmington/Bloomfield/Novi (Weekly) Mohammad Usama Toseef
Rochester/Troy/Auburn Hills (Monthly) Johar Shaikh
Ypsilanti/Ann Arbor (Monthly) Hedayat Rahman
Detroit/Hamtramck (Monthly) Azad Hussain
Young Muslims (YM)
Young Muslims (YM) is a pioneering national youth organization that has been on the youth scene since the early 90’s. We have established a well organized network of local youth groups that we call NeighborNets (which means network of neighbors) across the United States and Canada. Each NeighborNet is a dynamic youth group which attempts to build a solid understanding of the principles of Islam amongst its members by helping them put these principles into practice. By providing the youth with an Islamic atmosphere where they can form bonds of brotherhood with their peers, they become comfortable with Islam and its teachings. We encourage these youth to take the next step and become the torchbearers of Islamic work in America. We stress the importance of knowing, understanding, and fulfilling our individual and collective obligations as Muslims.
Contact Information Shariq Irfan email@example.com
President: Fasahat Malik firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary: Shariq Irfan email@example.com
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