ICNA Relief Launches "Back to School Giveaway" 2012
—FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE— JAMAICA, New York (August 13, 2012) – ICNA Relief USA, the domestic-relief division of the Islamic Circle North America (ICNA) is excited to announce its 2nd annual Back to School Giveaway program.
Happily Ever After?
Islamic Horizons July 1, 2012 | Ansari, Kiran The necessity of following up with new Muslims. AS MELINDA FACED THE CROWD on a bright, warm afternoon in Iune2010, she knew she would remember this day forever. It was literally and figuratively the first day of a new chapter in her life […]
Muslims to gather to combat anti-Shariah movement
By Omar Sacirbey Wednesday, May 23, 2012 – Some 15,000 Muslims are expected at this weekend’s 37th annual convention of the Islamic Circle of North America in Hartford, where the theme of “Defending Religious Freedom: Understanding Shariah” reflects the worry that anti-Muslim activists are fanning fear of Islamic law to marginalize U.S. Muslims. […]
Sharia Law Campaign Begins As Muslim Group Fights Bans – MT
by Falak Rahman After heated debates in two dozen statesover banning Sharia law, the legal code of Islam, a national Islamic group is beginning a multi-million dollar effort to explain how Sharia applies to the lives of American Muslims.
A Campaign to Restore Shariah Law’s Good Name
March 3, 2012. By Saleem Safdar Recently, Shariah (Islamic law) has received a bad rep in America, and the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) wants to change that. ICNA is kicking off its Defending Religious Freedom campaign on Monday in order to create a better understanding of shariah law and to dispel […]
U.S. Muslims fight back against sharia ban
By Michelle Nichols, Reuters NEW YORK, March 2 (Reuters) – As some 20 U.S. states consider legislation that would ban Islamic sharia law, a grassroots group is fighting back with a national campaign to defend religious freedom and dispel misconceptions about how Muslims in America observe their faith.
Sharia Law Campaign Begins As Muslim Group Fights Bans
By Jaweed Kaleem, Huffington Post 03/02/12 – After heated debates in two dozen states over banning Sharia law, the legal code of Islam, a national Islamic group is beginning a multi-million dollar effort to explain how Sharia applies to the lives of American Muslims.
ICNA Arizona: A new begining
Known for cactus, heat, UFOs and illegal immigration, the Grand Canyon state of Arizona is home to 6 million people. It's economy relied only on its natural resources until a few years ago when the high-tech industry led by Intel started making its presence felt. Arizona was rarely mentioned when talking about the American Muslim community. […]
ICNA Imam to Address National Symposium Against Domestic Violence
CHICAGO, Illinois (March 1, 2006)- Faith Trust Institute, a nondenominational organization based in Seattle, Washington recently nominated and selected local Muslim Leader Imam F. Qasim Khan to address a National Symposium which is part of a three day training session to end violence against women. This Leadership Training Event will take place in Phoenix, Arizona, March […]