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ICNA Sisters

ICNA Sisters is a division of ICNA, established on July 9th, 1978, which strives to not only provide Islamic education to women but also to empower them through providing platforms for awareness, community efforts, outreach, and much more. It also runs programs for young children under MCNA (Muslim children of North America) that seeks to bring Muslim children of all backgrounds together to learn about Islam, to help them tackle real-life concerns and to offer support in living as dedicated young Muslims.

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RECENT ACTIVITIES

October 2, 2020

ICNA Relief inaugurates 23rd Muslim Women’s Shelter

There are millions of people in the United States, the world’s richest and most powerful country, who homeless , including
September 14, 2020

Police, Muslim Community Join Forces to Distribute Backpacks to 400 Jersey City Children

JERSEY CITY, NJ – Volunteers from Islamic Circle of North America Relief (ICNA) joined with Jersey City police officers Saturday
April 23, 2020

City Sees Progress with Social Distancing as Mayor de Blasio Fights COVID-19

NEW YORK—Mayor de Blasio announced today that social distancing measures are helping the City fight COVID-19, according to three indicators

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