Sneak Peek: Highlights from Program for Upcoming ISNA Education Forum

The 13th Annual ISNA Education Forum  is just three short weeks away (April 6-8) and we can’t wait to see you there!  The theme for this year’s ISNA Education Forum is all about developing and nurturing hands-on...

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Sonny Singh: We Are All Muslims: A Sikh Response to Islamophobia in the NYPD and Beyond

by Sonny Singh As a brown-skinned Sikh with a turban on my head and a long beard on my chin, I deal with my fair share of racist and xenophobic harassment regularly, including in my home of New York City, the most diverse city on...

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ISNA Promotes Peace in Holy Land to U.S. Policy Makers

This week, ISNA leadership has been very active in its work to promote peace in the Holy Land, taking part in three separate efforts to engage with U.S. policymakers and religious leaders from all three Abrahamic traditions. ...

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Imam Mohamed Magid of ADAMS Center

by Jack Gordon (HuffingtonPost) Each week, Faith in Action DC brings you interviews with faith leaders in the Washington, D.C. region speaking about how their faith calls them to work for social justice and serve their...

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Imam Magid Reflects on Mercy at National Cathedral Interfaith 9/11 Vigil

Early this morning, millions of people across America arose from bed to start their day.   Ten years ago, on this very same day, thousands of Americans arose from bed, just like any other day, and got ready for work, for...

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De-Bunking Myths About Shariah

ISNA understands the frustration that many American Muslims feel when they hear yet another news story or blogger quote inaccurate information about Muslims or deliberately spread hate that promotes religious discrimination and...

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