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Fundraising Dinner

posted: 2/5/2017 

Helping The Refugees (Flyer) 


 

Trump Inauguration: ICNA Launches Justice Hotline

posted: 1/19/2017 

WASHINGTON D.C. (January 19, 2017) – ICNA Council for Social Justice (ICNA CSJ) announces the launch of a 24/7 national justice hotline on the day of the presidential inauguration, January 20, 2017. This hotline will provide help and support to those who are targets of racism, xenophobia, and Islamophobia.

Following the presidential elections, a wave of anxiety has hit the Muslim American community as well as other minorities mainly due to rising well documented cases of violence, harassment and hate in light of the election.

The callers will be connected with volunteers who will document their incidents and provide assistance on how to secure their civil rights, obtain access to legal services, and other forms of protective assistance.

The Washington D.C. based office of ICNA CSJ has received numerous requests from the community since the recent Presidential election. It took this step after consulting community leaders and legal experts.

The Justice Hotline (844) 99-JUSTICE will either directly address the issue or give advice after consultation with experts in the field.

This service will also be available through an online form at http://icnacsj.org/justicehotline for those who do not prefer to speak over the phone. A chat feature is also available on this same website.

“We hope that this hotline will provide a safe haven for reporting acts of hate, school bullying and discrimination” said Dr. Zahid Bukhari, Executive Director of ICNA CSJ.

The focus is on advice and prevention while the severe cases will be referred to law enforcement. The hotline can also guide community members on coalition building, interfaith alliances and civic engagement at local levels.

ICNA CSJ is working with a team of volunteer attorneys, civil rights activists, community leaders, professional counselors and ICNA volunteers, who have more than 15 years of experience in managing and supporting hotlines. Anyone interested in joining the team can sign up here: http://icnacsj.org/volunteer/

Contact:
Rameez Abid
ICNA CSJ Communications Director
(571) 215-7670 | rameez@icnacsj.org

 



Weather Cancellation
 posted: 12/25/2016

Please visit the Masjid website at (www.rawdatalquran.org) for Quran School cancellation due to weather or other events. 
You may also call us at (203-302-0788), or email us at (Info@rawdatalquran.org)

 



Potluck Dinner & Presentation by CAIR

Friday January 6, 2017 at 6:00 PM

  We are pleased to invite you to potluck dinner at Masjid-Al-Rawdah on Friday January 6, 2017 at 6:00 PM. We strongly encouragge you to join us and strengthen the bond with your fellow muslim brothers and sisters. You can contribute by bringing a dish.

The Council on American–Islamic Relations (CAIR) will do a presentation on "Know Your Rights" during this event. 

Sarala Nagala from U.S Attorney's office will also join us for this event.


Mayor Scarpati to visit Masjid Al-Rawdah

Friday January 6, 2017 at 1:00 PM

Meriden Mayor Kevin Scarpati will join us during Jummah prayers at 1:00 PM on Friday January 6, 2017.



Jummah Khutba & Jamaat Schedule

Starting Friday November 11, 2016, Khutba for Jummah will start at 1:00 PM Sharp, with Jamaat being held by 1:35 PM. 

Please make every effort to come to Jummah prayers by 1:00 PM.

 



 

 

 

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