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ICNA SHORT INTRO
Established on September 1st, 1968, the Islamic Circle of North America was a response to the growing need for a supportive Muslim community in North America. The organization initially focused on educating its growing membership about Islam, the goal being to adhere to Islamic values amongst a religiously diverse community. In the early 70s, ICNA members, the majority of whom were of South Asian descent, focused their efforts on education and personal/spiritual development.
In November of 1977, nearly a decade after its formation, ICNA members met and discussed the need for Islamic work based in North America.
OutreachDawah has always been the top priority of ICNA. This focus has kept ICNA at the forefront of dawah activites in North America for the past four decades.
EducationThe Islamic Circle of North America, a leading grassroots Muslim Organization is proud to introduce a new and exciting educational venture, The Islamic Learning…
ReliefICNA aims to alleviate misery, ease crisis, strengthen economically by providing relief, aid to many affected families fighting every day to survive, recover and rebuild their lives.
Youth DevelopmentWe work with youth to inspire them to use right tools, skills, knowledge to transform positive change in their communities and answer to the call of Allah and Quranic teachings.
Social JusticeWe advocate hallmarks of a healthy society for more equal economies, resources distribution, human rights, fairness and eliminating discrimination and inequality.
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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.