OUTREACH AND INTERFAITH:
(April 15, 2013) ISNA is shocked and saddened to hear about the blasts at the Boston Marathon this afternoon. Our prayers are with the victims and their loved ones. We are especially saddened to hear that at least three people have been killed, including an 8 year old. Boston's first responders showed true compassion, courage and strength in the face of a crisis, and we are grateful for their hard work....
Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center Offers Support and Counseling to Victims of Boston Marathon Tragedy
In the wake of the horrific attacks on our city's historic Marathon, the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center and the Boston-Muslim community call upon all, to lend a hand and make a donation to relief efforts for the victims and their families.
ISNA Hosts Muslim Leader of Myanmar
(April 15, 2013) On Thursday, April 11, the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) and Religions for Peace (RfP) hosted Al Haj U Aye Lwin, Chief Convener of the Islamic Center of Myanmar (Burma), for a meeting with American Muslim leaders in Washington, DC....
(April 15, 2013) On Saturday, April 13, Dr. Sayyid M. Syeed, ISNA National Director for Interfaith and Community Alliances, participated in the 4th Annual Vaishnava/Hindu-Muslim Dialogue in Washington, DC. The topic was Sacred Aesthetics, with presentations on the concept of God, and an introduction to the concepts of art, music, and poetry, from both Islamic and Vaishnava traditions.....
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ISNA EVENTS & E-DIALOGUE:
Guidance for Muslims Addressing Mental Trauma
Please join us for this webinar designed to help health professionals, chaplains, and imams be better informed in triaging Muslims suffering from trauma. What are tell-tale signs? What questions should be asked? What are appropriate resources? The webinar will include representation from the Office on Women's Health at the U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services as well as the expert advice of a Muslim clinical psychologist specializing in trauma care and a Muslim prison chaplain. They will offer case studies, insight, and analysis in this interactive webinar session.
Date: April 22, 2013
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT
Space is limited.
Reserve your Webinar seat now at:
MYNA DAY - May 3-4, 2013
Where: Flint Islamic Center
9447 Corunna Road
Swartzcreek MI 48473
Cost: $15 per person
$45 for family of 4
This is for pre-registration!! Includes dinner Saturday, May 4th which is a fundraising dinner for MYNA Youth.
This will be a day long event with programs and workshops to include issues such as the importance of Youth in Islam today and at the time of the Prophet (SAW).
More registration information coming soon.