Posts Tagged “Eid”

Zakat Foundation Launches Muslim Philanthropy Graduate Institute

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Zakat Foundation Launches Muslim Philanthropy Graduate Institute

Zakat Foundation Launches Muslim Philanthropy Graduate Institute Offers  humanitarian  studies  fall  fellowship  with  Indiana  University Zakat Foundation of America has announced the creation of the Zakat Foundation Institute, an independent nonprofit graduate school aiming to professionalize Muslim charitable work and award masters degrees in humanitarian and development studies to candidates from the Islamic philanthropic sector….

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Muslim Charity Distributes 30,000 Pounds of Meat/Hundreds of Backpacks & School Supplies

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Muslim Charity Distributes 30,000 Pounds of Meat/Hundreds of Backpacks & School Supplies

Muslim Charity Distributes 30,000 Pounds of Meat/Hundreds of Backpacks & School Supplies ICNA Relief Chicago (icnarelief.org), the local chapter of the national nonprofit has, so far, distributed over 50,000 pounds of food, serving over 20,000 individuals in need within the Chicagoland area in 2020. On Thursday, August 20, 2020, the organization will distribute fresh meat…

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Christian holidays blurred by focus on one religion

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Christian holidays blurred by focus on one religion

Christian holidays blurred by focus on one religion The trend of the Arab World becoming focused more and more on the Islamic religion is overshadowing a powerful Christian history of Middle East tradition and eroding religious diversity. It’s also resulting in many Muslims who just don’t know anything about the richness of the Christian religion….

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Palestinian children celebrate Ramadan Eid in besieged Gaza Strip

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Palestinian children celebrate Ramadan Eid in besieged Gaza Strip

Palestinian children celebrate Ramadan Eid in besieged Gaza Strip Photo array: In the shadow of air strikes against civilian targets by Israel, children celebrated the end of Ramadan throughout the Gaza Strip. Ramadan ended June 26, 2017. By Mohammed Asad Palestinian children and families in the Israeli besieged Gaza Strip celebrated the end of the…

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Eid al Adha holiday to be observed on Sept. 11

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Eid al Adha holiday to be observed on Sept. 11

Eid al Adha, One of the most important Islamic religious holidays, is expected to begin either on Sept. 11, 2016 or Sept. 12, 2016, causing some fear among Americans worried about violence from Al-Qaeda. But the truth is the holiday is less about differences than it is about similarities between Islam and the West By…

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Focus on Substance: Here’s what’s happening at Mosque

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Focus on Substance: Here’s what’s happening at Mosque

Many people associate a mosque with terrorism and question whether mosques are safe or are actually brainwashing young Muslims to become urban Jihadists By Abdennour Toumi Hearing the negative discourse about Arabs and Muslims that has been increasing in French society, many people associate mosques with terrorism and question whether mosques are safe or are…

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