ISNA Press Release & Statements

Stop Hunger Now Service Project-Volunteers Package 40,000 Meals

August 31, 2013 – ISNA celebrated its 50th anniversary through service to others during its 50th annual convention in Washington, DC over the Labor Day Weekend.  ISNA partnered with Stop Hunger Now, an international hunger relief agency, and was joined by co-sponsors Islamic Relief USA, Islamic Circle of North America and Zakat Foundation, to package […]

Sunni and Shi’a Muslims Coming Together

Muslims gathered at the ISNA Convention in Washington, D.C. enthusiastically welcomed the announcement of an agreement of mutual respect and unity between Sunni and Shi’a Muslims, reached between prominent leaders of the two groups. “It was a very moving moment for the history of Islam in America.  ISNA is a platform for the unity of Muslims. Whatever brings […]

ISNA Celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington

American Muslims join our fellow citizens in commemorating the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King’s historic “I have a Dream Speech” and the March on Washington 50 years ago. It was a speech that offered a bold new vision for racial equality in America and helped usher in a new era. King inspired us to dream […]

ISNA Condemns Killings by Syrian Regime

The Islamic Society of North America condemns in the strongest possible terms the killing of Syrian citizens by their own government. ISNA condemns the use of lethal force including the use of chemical weapons and consider such acts crimes against humanity. We urge all governments and people of conscience to exert maximum pressure on the Syrian […]

Celebrate ISNA’s 50th Anniversary through Service to Others

  Join ISNA in celebrating its monumental 50 years of service by serving others. ISNA offers multiple ways for you to make a difference for people in need.  Check out the ways you can help by giving an hour or two of your time during this convention. Stop Hunger Now –  Saturday, August 31, 10:00 […]

MSA & ISNA History Gallery-the first 50 years

Do you recognize these “characters”?  Hint: Oxford, OH 1974 or ’75 Were you part of the early Annual Conventions? Do you know someone who was a Pioneer of MSA/ISNA? Come visit the History Gallery to be educated, informed and inspired by the growth and development of ISNA/MSA from its birth in 1963 to a mature […]

ISNA Condemns Attacks on Egyptian Churches

August 16, 2013, Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) condemns attacks on Christian churches in Egypt and calls upon Muslim religious leaders in Egypt and around the world to continue to defend the rights of religious minorities. We call upon Islamic political parties of Egypt including Muslim Brotherhood to refrain from any religious rhetoric that […]

ISNA Condemns the Massacre of Protesters in Egypt

August 14, 2013, The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) is shocked at the violence unleashed in Egypt and strongly condemns the killing of innocent protesters. “We call for the protection of human life and freedom of expression for all Egyptians,” said Imam Mohamed Magid, president of ISNA. “All Egyptians should have the right to express […]

Call for Proposals :16th Annual ISNA Education Forum

In Collaboration with CISNA “Educating the Global Citizen: Islamic Values, Standards and Technology” 16th Annual ISNA Education Forum April 3-5, 2015 Westin O’Hare Hotel 6100 N. River Road Rosemont, IL 60018 You are invited to submit a proposal for the 16th Annual ISNA Education Forum in Rosemont, Illinois. Be a part of a conference that […]

SNA Discusses Peace in Middle East with Sec. Kerry and Amb. Susan Rice

Last week, Dr. Mohamed Elsanousi, ISNA Director of Community Outreach joined other American Muslim and Arab American leaders for a briefing lead by Secretary of State John Kerry, National Security Advisor Susan Rice and Special Envoy for Middle East peace Martin Indyk. The leaders had the opportunity to hear directly from Secretary Kerry about his […]