ICNA Condemns Massacre of Protestors in Egypt

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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.

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.”

The Guidance Exposed: A Brief Journey Through the Qur'an

Every weekday during Ramadan, tune in here to Ustadh Shahid Ali’s brief reminders. The Guidance Exposed: A Brief Journey Through the Qur’an will give viewers a quick tour through the Holy Qur’an in the blessed month in which it was originally revealed by Allah SWT. Ustadh Shahid will be hosting this special video series for ICNA’s Islamic Learning Foundation, in collaboration with the Islamic Center of Riverside. It’s a perfect addition to your daily Ramadan routine.

 

ICNA deplores violence and military coup in Egypt

ICNA deplores violence and military coup in Egypt

NEW YORK, NY (July 9, 2013) – The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) condemns the escalating violence in Egypt and the usurpation of the rule of law through the military coup. Yesterday’s massacre of more than 50 civilians with over 500 injured, and the killing of individuals in Alexandria are horrendous crimes. This attack is one of the deadliest incidents in recent months in Egypt.

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