Muslim Americans Step Up During the Pandemic

Muslim American Activism Homelessness, hunger, poverty, and a lack of clean water, sanitation and health care aren’t just international problems. These troubles also exist in American neighborhoods. In fact, nearly half of all Americans live paycheck to paycheck.   

Muslims For Humanity with ICNA Relief providing services to locals

As the community is suffering the effects from the pandemic, many have stepped up and come together to show that you care by making special gifts, volunteering your time, and raising awareness. This is your last chance to help even more families with a gift before the year ends.

ICNA Relief Hosts Food Giveaway

As the Holiday season continues one organization is making sure Bronx residents have enough food on the table during the pandemic. Bronxnet Reporter, Jericho Tran speaks with some of the ICNA Relief volunteers about their efforts to feed the community.

Rohingya refugee family finds new home in Brantford

BRANTFORD — A Rohingya refugee family has found a new home in Brantford and has been receiving a helping hand from local groups. Anuwar Yosof and his family say they came to Canada to escape violence in their home country and to give their sons hope for a better future. “I’m very happy to be […]

Dr. Mohsin Ansari Elected as the President of ICNA

—FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE— JAMAICA, New York (December 04, 2020) – The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) National Election Committee announced that Dr. Mohsin Ansari has been elected as the President of ICNA for the 2021-2022 term. Dr. Ansari has been associated with ICNA in different capacities for three decades and is currently the Vice […]

Food aid centers face high demand

Lines at food pantries and soup kitchens normally grow around this time of year, but the pandemic has doubled them, aid workers say. With an unprecedented amount of need, relief centers are pooling their resources to make sure everyone is fed, though it may not be enough. ICNA Relief, a Muslim charity in Roxbury, has […]

Food aid centers face high demand

Lines at food pantries and soup kitchens normally grow around this time of year, but the pandemic has doubled them, aid workers say. With an unprecedented amount of need, relief centers are pooling their resources to make sure everyone is fed, though it may not be enough.