What if I’m Afraid to Wear Hijab?

By Laura El Alam I’m considering becoming a Muslim, but I’m hesitant about wearing hijab. What should I do? For women in the West who decide to embrace Islam, wearing a headscarf (also called hijab or khimar) can be the most difficult step. There may be various reasons why a woman hesitates to cover her hair. Over the […]

The Sanitization Of Martin Luther King Jr.’s Legacy

ICNA CSJ Published On: Sat, 14 January 23 Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK) was a revolutionary during the struggle for civil rights amongst Black Americans. A popular figure whose impact is known throughout the country, culminating in a national holiday, MLK’s legacy is one that has been washed down in its intensity and intention. The […]

Seeking The Pleasure Of Allah – 2022 Highlights

‎السَّلَامُ عَلَيْكُمْ وَ رَحْمَةُ اللّهِ وَ بَرَكَاتُهُ ‎Since it’s inception in 1968, ICNA and it’s membership have worked tirelessly for the well being of American Muslims. ICNA has several thriving entities working in various spheres such as ICNA Relief, HHRD, ICNA’s Council for Social Justice, YM Brothers, YM Sisters, WhyIslam, ICNA Sisters, MCNA, Gain Peace, […]

Dr. Mohsin Ansari Elected As The President Of ICNA

JAMAICA, New York (December 20, 2022) – All Praises are for Allah Lord of all that exists and peace and blessings of Allah be on His final Messenger and his household. The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) National Election Committee announced that Dr. Mohsin Ansari has been elected for a second term as the […]

Pleasant, Loving, and Kind Hearted Br. Saqib Attique

All Praises are for Allah Lord of all that exists and peace and blessings of Allah be on His final Messenger and his household. Saqib Attique popularly named as “Wonder of HHRD” and “One Man Army” by his colleagues and friends was born on Sep-1974 in Pakistan. With the philosophy of “do good until I […]

Reverts/Converts Surviving The Holidays!

Surviving the #holidays as a new Muslim can be difficult, especially if you’re surrounded by unsupportive friends and family who perhaps don’t understand your new way of life. The good news is that we are here to support one another. Make sure to mark your calendars and invite others InshaAllah!

Native American Heritage Month

Walking the Red Path in Islam Anthropologists and archaeologists are generally unified in their view that Native Americans (Red Indians) were the original inhabitants of the Western hemisphere. The ancestors of modern-day Native Americans are uniformly heralded as the “First Americans,” whether the hypothesis is that migrants arrived in the Americas when the South American […]

Passing of Dr. Nejatullah Siddiqi

All Praises are for Allah Lord of all that exists and peace and blessings of Allah be on His final Messenger and his household. ICNA mourns the passing of one of the most renowned Islamic scholar of economics, Dr. Nejatullah Siddiqi on Friday, Nov 11th, 2022 at the age of 91. He was also a […]

ICNA – MAS Regional Conventions

All Praises are for Allah Lord of all that exists and peace and blessings of Allah be on His final Messenger and his household. You are invited to attend any of these amazing regional conventions happening in different cities. Join with your families and friends to enjoy the great environment, to learn more about our […]