ICNA Eid Picnic

Food & Fun
for family and friends!

With Special Guest

Locals Spend the Night at ICSGV for a “Sound Heart”

Over a hundred attendees passed last Saturday night at the Islamic Center of San Gabriel Valley, where ICNA-SoCal co-hosted an all-night qiyam featuring local scholars and leaders. Shuyukh Yassir Fazaga, Said Seddouk, and Farhan Zubairi expounded upon the theme, Qalbun Saleem: A Sound Heart, the Provision for Paradise, while qaris Ibrahim Osman and Youssef Edegouch led the prayers throughout the night.

ICNA Condemns Massacre of Protestors in Egypt

NEW YORK, NY (July 28, 2013) – The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) condemns yesterday’s massacre of scores of peaceful protestors and demands an immediate cessation of military aid to Egypt. The Egyptian military must safeguard the lives and properties of all Egyptians and must not become a hurdle for Egyptian democracy.

Back-2-School Giveaway Reaches Out to More Kids in 2013

ICNA Relief Back 2 School Giveaway at Masjid Ibaadillah in Los Angeles

As the new school year approaches, ICNA-SoCal is gearing up for the annual Back-2-School Giveaway starting on July 27th, when backpacks filled with school supplies will be distributed to thousands of low-income schoolchildren across the region.

Trayvon: No Rights That Are Bound to Be Respected

Trayvon: No Rights That Are Bound to Be Respected

By Imam Khalid Griggs
During the first half ofthe 20th century, Dr. W.E.B. Dubois, sage, human rights activist, and social commentator, asked a rhetorical question to African Americans, the perpetual victims of American racial injustice, “How does it feel to be a problem?; to have your very body and the bodies of your children assumed to be criminal, violent, malignant.”


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