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Assalaamu Alaikum wrwb,

We invite you to please join us ICNA’s National Symposium on April 2-4.  Let’s gather at ICNA Symposium to remind ourselves of our covenant to Allah SWT, rejuvenate our spirits, and reaffirm “In God We Trust”.  Do not miss it, we have programming for entire family!  Your participation also supports ICNA in these challenging times.  Please register today!

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Special Segments @ ICNA Symposium 2021

Youth Session for everyone!

Showcasing Youth Talents

Friday, Apr. 2.  – 8pm EST

Sat. Apr. 3-4, 2021


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ICNA Sisters’ Program Theme

Youth Program Theme

In a world of commotion, our voices have been silenced. We are taught to speak our minds, but that power has been torn away by the system. We have become disconnected from ourselves and from society, unwilling to take even the first step. We have allowed others to steer our thoughts and words, giving them the power to strip us of our very being. And as a result, our mental clarity has decimated. The stigmas around mental health and the divisions that have converted social justice to social injustice have continued for far too long.


Now, we repossess. We repossess our minds and our society. We make the changes — restoring our mental health and bringing forth social justice — as we were always destined to. We break the barriers of passivity and face the world united, strong, and persevering. “Oh you who believe, stand out firmly for justice, as witnesses to Allah, even if it be against yourselves or your parents or your kin.” (Surah Nisaa, Ayah 135). The time is now. And as we step up to face the world, it may seem daunting but we must remember that through these trials, we can and we will succeed, because “Allah does not burden a soul beyond that it can bear.” (Surah Baqarah, Ayah 286)


Dr. Mohsin Ansari

Imam Siraj Wahhaj

Sh. Omar Suleiman

Ustadah Ieasha Prime

Sh. Abdul Nasir Jangda

Sh. Abdool Rahman Khan

Imam Suhaib Webb

Sh. Saad Tasleem

Sh. Yaser Birjas

Dr. Suzy Ismail

Dr. Altaf Husain

Zahra Billoo

Sh. Mohammad Elshinawy

Dr. Madiha Tahseen

Imam Khalid Griggs

Imam Asif Hirani

Noor Hani Salem

About Theme:

Assalaamu Alaikum wrwb,

“In God We Trust” first appeared on the 1864 two-cent coin, during the peak of civil war when religious sentiment was at an all-time high. But our Messenger PBUH already brought us this message more than 1400 years ago. “In God We Trust” was the belief that became the backbone of early Muslims rebelling against their forefathers. “In God We Trust” was the conviction upon which they left their homes and emigrated to Madinah. “In God We Trust” was the reason they became the rulers of this world. Allah SWT reminds us in the Quran that when we have Allah on our sides, there is no power strong enough to overcome us; “And whoever puts their trust in Allah, then He alone is sufficient for them” (Quran, 65:3).

Over the past year, yet again, this reminder was brought to the forefront; when all of humankind was prompted with a virus, one invisible to the naked eye. In the midst of this hardship, we had no refuge except for the refuge of Allah SWT. Pandemics of this scale are compassionate reminders for us to repent and return to Allah SWT. This is a chance given to us by the Almighty to submit our complete trust into his hands and take heed of our actions, both inward and outward. With this new year and new hope, let’s gather at ICNA Symposium to remind ourselves of our covenant to Allah SWT, rejuvenate our spirits, and reaffirm “In God We Trust”.