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ICNA-MAS convention now in DC: Easter Weekend, April 19

ICNA-MAS convention now in DC: Easter Weekend, April 19

Jan 11, 2019

(WASHINGTON D.C., JAN 11 2019) – The 44th Annual ICNA-MAS Convention 2019 will be held on Easter weekend, April 19-21, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC.

The convention theme will be “Healing Humanity: Lessons from Islam.” Last year’s convention attracted roughly 22,000 attendees and offered more than 150 speakers giving presentations in more than 130 sessions. Attendees have the opportunity to network and socialize with friends and new acquaintances. Visit www.ICNAConvention.org to register and for more information.
The convention features:

  • Renowned Speakers
  • Youth Conference
  • Huge Bazaar & Expo
  • Halal Food Court
  • Matrimonial Matchmaking
  • Kids Wonderland (Rides & Fun)
  • Immigration Lawyer Counsel
  • Sisters and Kids Events
  • Outdoor Dawah Trip
  • Live Entertainment
  • Ethnic Sessions in Arabic, Urdu, Bangla, Spanish, Somali, Malay / Indonesian

Competitions:

  • Quran Competition
  • Midnight Basketball
  • ICNA MasterChef Competition
  • Open Mic Competition
  • Muslim Youth Debate
  • Paint Night
  • HackathonSpecial Services:
  • Services for Autistic Children by Muhsen
  • Sign Language (ASL)
  • Wheel Chair by RSVPThe ICNA-MAS Annual Convention seeks to provide an atmosphere that is energized by unified praise and worship of One God by offering a variety of programs by many renowned speakers who depict solid Islamic teachings.Speakers Confirmed:
    Click here for full list of speakers
    Click here for full list of speakers
    Click here for full list of speakersTo learn more and register please visit www.ICNAConvention.org.

The Islamic Circle of North America is a leading American Muslim organization dedicated to the betterment of society through the application of Islamic values. Since 1968, ICNA has worked to build relations between communities by devoting itself to education, outreach, social services and relief efforts.

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Islamic Circle of North America
E-mail: ICNA PR Email
Office: (718) 658-1199

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The inclusion of poor in our festivity must be done without which we cannot complete our service to Allah SWT. How many societies the poor is left out of the pie and the rich eats the entire pie. A few weeks ago, we celebrated Eid-ul Fitr. And on that Eid, we enjoy its virtues by giving the Zakaat-ul Fitr to the poor before we begin the Eid prayer. This Eid we have to complete its celebration by giving 1/3 of the meat to the poor and needy. As Allah SWT says: Then eat thereof and feed therewith the poor who have a very hard time. (22:28) EID MUBAARAK!

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