The "ISS Sucks" billboard campaign, envisioned by a group of young Muslim fathers on a WhatsAp group in Chicago and endorsed and supported by Sound Vision, has created a good buzz in the Chicagoland area.
This is about an amazing Muslim woman I hardly knew. She was born 63 years ago in Pakistan in the same neighborhood where Malala Yusufzai was born. Today, hundreds of people showed up for her funeral prayers on less than a day’s notice.
While sisters are a full part of the community, many mosques are run as though Islam is just for men. This is evident by looking at women's spaces, their uncomfortable size and design, and the absence of women from the Board of Directors.
About 200 people attended the rally, of all religious, cultural and racial backgrounds Those who cared to show up need to be thanked for their concern for humanity. In all, about only 20 Muslims attended.
Neighborhood windows rattled when the taxi cab exploded with Shahpara Sayeed in it, allegedly ignited by her angry husband on August 24, 2000. While the media forgot about the incident, domestic violence continues.
Sound Vision aims to produce content that helps build bridges of understanding among Muslims and their neighbors, with emphasis on youth.
Sound Vision would like to see Muslims achieve their full potential as dynamic and creative individuals, who are comfortable with themselves and their environment.
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Radio Islam is America's only live daily Muslim radio talk show that provides a two-way conversation on the air with Muslims and their neighbors in the Chicagoland area.
MuslimFest is an award-winning annual festival celebrating the best in Muslim art, culture, and entertainment, attended by 25,000 visitors in Toronto, Canada, every year.
Stand with the Prophet is a series of mini-conferences or galas that are held across the USA celebrating the life and legacy of Prophet Muhammad in standing up for peace and justice, against hate and terror.