Recently, I attended the annual ICNA Convention in Baltimore, Maryland, as I do every year. Established on September 1st, 1968, the Islamic Circle of North America was a response to the growing need for a supportive Muslim community in North America.
They eventually started this convention to create a platform for the Muslim Community to connect, socialize, share ideas, and educate themselves spiritually.
The most wondrous aspect of ICNA is how much you learn, both mentally and spiritually. In the spirit of Ramadan, I gathered a bunch of gems from ICNA sessions that really touched my mind and heart.
As per usual, ICNA has cemented its place uniting Muslims from all over by bringing us together to enlighten ourselves, and if you couldn’t be there, here’s some soul food.