All praises are due to Allah ﷻ alone.

On behalf of Islamic Circle of North America – ICNA, I would like to convey Eid greetings and best wishes to all the brothers and sisters in Islam. We ask Allah SWT to accept our Ibadah, our prostration, our Qiyam and our Siam(fasting), and all the duas which we have made during this holy month of Ramadhan. We thank Allah SWT for giving us an opportunity to spend this month of Ramadhan in peace and in harmony. But my brothers and sisters, there are hundreds and thousands of Muslims across the world who are facing hardship and oppression. The images from Aqsa of young men with their faces down and hand-tied to the untold stories of scholars and individuals who are working for the establishment of the Deen of Allah SWT, there is another year when they will be spending their Eid behind bars. Let’s pray together that Allah SWT relieves their difficulties and hardships.

We at ICNA, Insha Allah, will continue our efforts to help relieve the pain and misery of brothers and sisters throughout the world, and also we believe in collective success. Hence ICNA will continue its struggle to revive the moral, ethical, and family values in the society where we live in. In the end, I will request you to please remember ICNA and its workers into your duas.

Also, my dear Muslim Families! The much-awaited ICNA convention is coming and better than ever! This year, on May 27th-29th, join us in Baltimore for a memorable experience you won’t want to miss. We’ve already received numerous registrations, and we can’t wait to see you all, Insha Allah.

As we celebrate this joyous occasion, we extend our warmest wishes for a blessed and happy Eid Mubarak from all of us at ICNA.
Your Brother in Islam,

Mohsin Ansari, MD
President Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA)