This student-dominated masjid, cultural center and school was established just north of the campus of Arizona State University in Tempe in 1984. Built on land once occupied by deserted and dilapidated houses, the distinctive architecture and ornamentation of the masjid is modeled after the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem. Before the community was able to raise the donations necessary to build the center, Tempe Muslims would gather in local homes or travel to Phoenix masjids for Friday prayers. The masjid includes a minaret and golden dome, attached to an eight-sided structure embellished with tilework depicting verses from the Qur'an executed in calligraphy. Racks to store shoes and facilities for ablutions are downstairs, while the main prayer hall is up a flight of stairs. Across a courtyard from the masjid is the Islamic School, consisting of sixteen classrooms and offices.
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Annual Interfaith Dinner

Our biggest event of the year is back! The Annual Interfaith Dinner is coming on November 21st to a Ventana Ballroom near you! Join us for a night of inspiration through our diverse line up of speakers and meaningful diaologue as we explore the theme, Stories of Reflection. This is has been a staple of the MSA for the last few years, with plenty of new faces to meet, so be sure not to miss out! Be sure to RSVP through the EventBrite linked above. We hope to see you all there! As part of Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, we will be colleciting clothing at the event. We highly encourage all attendees to bring a piece of clothing to donate to those less fortunate than ourselves. This event is hosted in proud partnership with the Latter Day Saint Student Association, Sun Devils are Better Together, Asian/Asian Pacific American Students' Coalition, Oxfam America at ASU, The Coalition of International Students, Islamic Community Center of Tempe, Maroon and Gold Ambassadors, Challah for Hunger, Students for Humanity Insipred by Ahlul Bayt, and Helping Hand for Relief and Development

11/21/2017 5:30:00 PM -07:00

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ICC & ICEV Family Camp

AsSalamu Alaikum, Join us for a weekend of family, friendship, and fun. Islamic Community Center of Tempe and the Islamic Community Center of the East Valley will be holding its annual family camp in beautiful and cool Payson, Ariz. Camp will be filled with family activities, games, hiking, sports, campfires, and more. Separate accommodations for men and women. $50/person ($200/family max*) The fee includes accommodations and food. Families will stay in a cabin. Tent-camping is also available, but message ICC first to ensure there is room. * Family means immediate family such as spouse and children*

11/19/2017 12:00:00 AM -07:00

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Little Muslims Playgroup: The First Americans

Assalamu alaikum Mamas, in this Monday's playgroup, we'll learn a little bit about the rich and vast culture of native Americans of the Southwest. There will be a counting (math) station, a rain stick craft, songs, and duas. See you Monday inshaAllah! -- Our volunteer-led playgroup is for moms with kids up to age 4. We try to create a safe, educational and Islamically-based playgroup for Muslim moms and their young children. Each 45-minute session is theme-based and may include activities such as story time, sensorial activities, and educational songs (many involving movement). -- Please email Sister Jacki at jshoyeb@gmail.com for more information.

11/13/2017 10:15:00 AM -07:00

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Ilyas & Duck Show at ICC - Free!

The creator of the Muslim kids series Ilyas & Duck will be in Tempe for a fun-filled afternoon! There'll be a show, arts and crafts and a family story time. Bring the kids to ICC on Nov. 11. 2-4 p.m. 2 p.m. Arts and Crafts 2:40 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Ilyas & Duck Show 3:30 p.m. - 4 p.m. Book signing and photos with the author Omar S. Khawaja For more information email ujafri2@gmail.com

11/11/2017 2:00:00 PM -07:00

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Community engagement training for young adults

The Obama Foundation is excited to host a one-day, in-person community engagement training for 18 to 24 year olds in Tempe. This event will include inspirational workshops that use storytelling, community building, and skills training to teach you how to make change in your community. Do you care about what’s happening in your community and want to be part of creating solutions but don’t know how to start? This training is for you. We invite young people who are looking for new ideas and opportunities to get involved to join us for this one day event. This training will help you build the relationships and skills you need to be the change you want to see. We are committed to bringing together a group of people with diverse viewpoints, backgrounds, socioeconomic status, education levels, religious beliefs, races, and ethnicities. Participants should be at least 18 years old, open-minded, eager to engage, and build relationships with people different from themselves. This is one of the first events of its kind, and by getting involved, your voice will be integral to shaping the future of The Foundation’s programming. THE DEADLINE TO REGISTER is 10/26/17 5PM

11/11/2017 8:00:00 AM -07:00

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Muslim Mental Health First Response Certification

AsSalamu Alaikum, SPECIAL TRAINING NOW AVAILABLE: We have decided to open up registration to any one interested in becoming a certified mental health first responder. We have a few seats left for the general community. IF INTERESTED, PLEASE ACT FAST! Seats are going quick. This is an 8 hour hands-on training designed to prepare chaplains and Islamic clergy: Termed ‘First Responders’ to effectively understand and effectively respond to psycho-social issues among American Muslims. This course will orient participants to basic empathic listening (preliminary counseling) to individuals, couples, and families. The course will provide a framework for how to intervene during initial crisis, effectively interact and establish a therapeutic relationship, identify limitations/boundaries, understand mandated reporting, clergy rights, how to screen and identify for the possible presence of mental illness, and an orientation to the process of referral to mental health professionals. This course will lay out an Islamically integrated model of counseling and the sequence of topics will highlight practical treatment approaches within the model by integrating modern clinical psychology. This is an experiential course that will involve lecture, discussion, modeling/demonstrations of technique and role-play. Curriculum Layout: Module 1: Introduction to Islamically integrative counseling model & fundamentals of forming counseling relationship. Module 2: Introduction to mental illness, screenings (substance use, domestic violence, suicidal clients etc), mental status and Islamic law. Module 3: Clergy rights/responsibilities, Mandated reporting, Ethics/Legal limitations, Boundaries, roles and limitations. Certificate of Completion: A certificate of completion will be awarded upon completion of this course to participants. Our trainers are: Shaikh Suhail Mulla: Shaikh Suhail Mulla is a Community Educator at The Family and Youth Institute. He received a Bachelor’s degree in African American Studies at California State University, Northridge, a Master’s degree in Social Welfare from UCLA, and a Bachelor’s degree in Islamic Law from Al-Azhar University in Cairo. He currently serves as the Resident Scholar at the Islamic Society of West Valley and as the Muslim Chaplain at UCLA. Shaikh Suhail has served the community in a variety of capacities including Interim Executive Director and the Director of Mental Health at Access California Services, Assistant Religious Director at the Islamic Society of Orange County, School Social Worker with the Los Angeles Unified School District and Program Director with the West Valley Boys and Girls Club. His interests lie in the integration of religious knowledge with psychological well-being, as well as in community dialogue between various interfaith and racial/ethnic communities. He is a well-respected community educator and has twenty years of experience in pastoral care and crisis counseling. Imam Hooman Keshavarzi Hooman Keshavarzi is a Licensed Psychotherapist in Illinois, completed his Psy.D (to be conferred), holds a Masters of Clinical Psychology and a Bachelors of Science – specialist psychology track/minor in Islamic Studies. He is currently an Adjunct Professor of Psychology at Argosy University Chicago, American Islamic College, Hartford Seminary, instructor of psychology at Islamic Online University and founding director of Khalil Center – the first Islamically oriented professional community mental wellness center and largest provider of Muslim mental healthcare in the US. He is also a fellow at the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding at the Global Health Center, conducting research on topics related to Muslims and Mental Health. Hooman Keshavarzi is a national public speaker and trainer currently serving as a Clinical supervisor of graduate students of clinical psychology at the Village of Hoffman Estates (DHS). He also delivers seminars on specialized topics around multiculturalism and psychology. Hooman Keshavarzi has also authored several published academic papers in recognized peer-reviewed journals on integrating Islamic spirituality into modern psychological practice. In addition to his academic training, Hooman Keshavarzi has studied Islamic theology both formally and informally. He is a student of Shaykh Muhammad Zakariya from Toronto, Canada, where he attended his hadith and spiritual discourses for a number of years. After moving to Chicago, he studied informally with Shaykh Azeemuddin Ahmed. He did some coursework with Shaykh Amin Kholwadia in Islamic counseling and formally studied for a year at Darul Qasim. He then moved onto study at Darus Salam foundation, completing three years of Islamic education and where he is continuing his Islamic studies.

11/11/2017 8:00:00 AM -07:00

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Family Fall Festival and Mental Health Fair

Come enjoy some family fun and learn about mental health resources in the community! Expect to have fun with games and prizes for all ages, food, and goodies to take home! For questions please contact: Heba Saad: Facebook message Hana Alkahlout: Text 704-615-9167 or email at hana.alkahlout@gmail.com Dr. Nadir: Text or call 480-233-6547

11/10/2017 12:00:00 PM -07:00

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Little Muslims Playgroup: North America

Our mommy and me playgroup theme for November is North America! We'll learn a bit about Native Americans, unique animals of North America including the turkey and more. This group is for moms and kids up to age 4 and includes crafts, books, songs, and play-based learning activities. 45 minutes. Please RSVP.

11/6/2017 10:15:00 AM -07:00

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Sisters' Seerah Circle

Join us each Saturday at ICC to review the life of the Prophet (SAWS) as taught by Abdul Nasir Jangda in his podcast. Sisters will listen to the free audio lectures at home, and then bring their thoughts to the Seerah Circle for discussion. Location: Youth Room at ICC (room 2) Contact: Ishrath Fatima, ishrathfatimah@gmail.com Here are the links to the lectures: Qalam Institute Website https://www.qalaminstitute.org/seerah/#.WZDElK2-K8q Youtube lecture https://www.youtube.com/watch… Link to Notes: http://destinationjannah.tumblr.com/seerahnotes Week (8/19): -Each person will share their reflection for 2min. (30 min.) -We break for Asr (10 min.) -Sr.Ishrath will facilitate the discussion, summarize and end the class. (20 min.)

10/21/2017 5:00:00 PM -07:00

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Little Muslim Playgroup: Oct. 16

The Little Muslims playgroup is for moms and their children ages 0-4 years old. Join us for songs, storytime, arts/crafts and learning activities. Meet in Room 2/Youth Room at Tempe ICC at 10:15 a.m. until 11 a.m. Mondays. October's theme is Fall on the Farm, inshaAllah! ----More---- Purpose: To create a safe, educational and Islamically-based playgroup for Muslim moms and their young children (0 to 4 years old) weekly at ICC. Each 45-minute session will be theme-based and may include activities such as story time, sensorial activities involving sound, touch, smell, taste, and educational songs (many involving movement). Please keep in mind that this group is led by volunteers. We firmly believe children should safely explore and experience their environments to develop social, gross and fine motor skills. We kindly ask that your children be car seat-free during the class. Allow them to stretch out, crawl around under mom’s watchful eye, and gently interact with other children.

10/16/2017 10:15:00 AM -07:00

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Blood Drive

Give blood. Save lives. To make an appointment, please visit www.BloodHero.com (Sponsor Code: ICCT).

10/15/2017 10:00:00 AM -07:00

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GAME NIGHT AT ICC!

Assalamu Alaikum Please join us for a Game Night at ICC on Oct. 13th, inshaAllah. Doors will open at 7PM! There will food to purchase, and tons of games for all ages to play. Certain games will also be played tounament style, with a chance to win cool prizes! There will also be games for kids to play as well! You don't want to miss out! Here are some of the games that will be played: Resistance Werewolf Hive Mind Machi Koro Sushi Go Code Names Coup There will also be activities for the younger kids in the lower level of the masjid. Activities will be announced as Game Night comes closer. Stay tuned! At the concession stand, we will be selling the following: Hamburger - $4 each Hamburger combo - $5 each Hot dog - $3 each Hot dog combo - $4 each Chips Chocolate Ice Cream Drinks (soda and juice) All combos come with chips and a drink of your choice. All snacks and drinks will be sold for $1 each.

10/13/2017 6:00:00 PM -07:00

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Parenting in the West: Lecture and Workshop

Parents, ICC is hosting Dr. M. Rida Beshir & Dr. Ekram Beshir, two published authors and well-known speakers in child-rearing, on Oct. 6-7. Don't miss out on this opportunity! -- Fri. Oct. 6, 2017 Jummah at ICC: How to Attain Paradise in Our Homes Potluck: 6:30 p.m. in the courtyard Halaqa: 8 p.m. Sat. Oct. 7, 2017 Parenting Workshop: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Positive Parenting Skills According to Qur'an and Sunnah Lunch provided *Babysitting is available* -- Note: A ladies-only hijab swap and potluck will also be on Oct. 6 in the Multipurpose Hall downstairs from 6 p.m. until Isha. To sign up for that event, please visit https://www.facebook.com/events/172204320012698/

10/7/2017 12:00:00 AM -07:00

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Mommy & Me Playgroup: Fall on the Farm

The Little Muslims playgroup is for moms and their children ages 0-4 years old. Join us for songs, storytime, arts/crafts and learning activities. Meet in Room 2/Youth Room at Tempe ICC at 10:15 a.m. until 11 a.m. Mondays. October's theme is Fall on the Farm, inshaAllah! ----More---- Purpose: To create a safe, educational and Islamically-based playgroup for Muslim moms and their young children (0 to 4 years old) weekly at ICC. Each 45-minute session will be theme-based and may include activities such as story time, sensorial activities involving sound, touch, smell, taste, and educational songs (many involving movement). Please keep in mind that this group is led by volunteers. We firmly believe children should safely explore and experience their environments to develop social, gross and fine motor skills. We kindly ask that your children be car seat-free during the class. Allow them to stretch out, crawl around under mom’s watchful eye, and gently interact with other children.

10/2/2017 10:15:00 AM -07:00

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Ashura Potluck Iftar

Bring your favorite dish to share with the community at the Day of Ashura Potluck Iftar at Tumbleweed Park in the McDowell Mountain Pavilion in Chandler. There will be plenty for the kids to enjoy, too! Food - Bounce house for the kids - Cotton Candy - Popcorn ABOUT FASTING ON THE DAY OF ASHURA Ibn 'Abbas (may Allah be pleased with them both) said: "I never saw the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) so keen to fast any day and give it priority over any other than this day, the day of 'Ashura', and this month, meaning Ramadhan." [Reported by al-Bukhari]

9/30/2017 6:00:00 PM -07:00

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Mommy & Me Playgroup: Time Change!

Assalamu Alaikum mamas, The Little Muslims Playgroup is changing its start time to 10:15 a.m. The class will still be 45-minutes long on Mondays, inshaAllah. Please join us on Monday, Sept. 25 in Room 2/Youth Room. You can park in the masjid parking lot and enter through the white gate. We're continuing with our theme of Outer Space! This week the children will play with and take home "galaxy" playdough, count planets and more. Our volunteer-led playgroup is for moms and kids up to age 4. We try to create a safe, educational and Islamically-based playgroup for Muslim moms and their young children. Each 45-minute session is theme-based and may include activities such as story time, sensorial activities, and educational songs (many involving movement). RSVP and share with your friends. To sign up for email updates, fill out this form: https://goo.gl/forms/9o3eDHGtvZKLgoh13

9/25/2017 10:15:00 AM -07:00

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Wisam Sharieff - Tajweed Night

Join Imam Wisam Sharieff at the Islamic Community Center of Tempe for a night of remebrance and recitation of the Quran.

9/22/2017 7:00:00 PM -07:00

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SAVE the Rohingya: Interfaith Walk & Vigil

Please join us as we come together as a community to show solidarity and raise awareness for the Rohingya- a minority of Muslims who are amongst the most persecuted in the world. Who: Rohingyas are an ethnic minority in Myanmar. About 1.1 million Rohingyas live predominantly in the western state of Rakhine. Why: Since 1982, Rohingya has been viewed as an illegitimate ethnicity with no path to full citizenship. For decades, they have been subjected to discrimination and violence by Myanmar's Buddhist majority. Thousands of Rohingyas have been escaping to Bangladesh, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia. On August 25, violence broke down in Rakhine, 400 people were killed, and since then, 60,000 Rohingyas have escaped to Bangladish. Today, unfortunate Rohingyas are rejected by Bangladesh and sent back to Myanmar where troops await to behead, burn, murder, torture, rape. The UN has officially called the persecution of Rohingya Ethnic Cleansing but NOT much has been done to stop the genocide. Where: We will begin at ICC TEMPE and end on the lawn outside Old Main. Organizers: Islamic Community Center of Tempe Islamic Center of Northeast Valley Helping Hands Relief and Development ICNA Relief USA ASU Afghan Student Association

9/17/2017 5:30:00 PM -07:00

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Free Legal Clinic

We want to hear about and help resolve any discrimination you are experiencing. We understand that sometimes it's difficult to come to us at CAIR, so we will be coming to the community. Our attorney will be at the ICC masjid conducting private, one-on-one intakes with community members at the masjid library on Sunday September 17 from noon to 3pm. If you have experienced harassment or believe your rights have been violated due to your religion, race, or national origin please attend this clinic. Meetings will be on a first come, first serve basis.

9/17/2017 12:00:00 PM -07:00

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ICC Game Night

Assalamu Alaikum Please join us for a Game Night at ICC this coming Friday night inshaAllah. Doors will open at 7PM! There will food to purchase, and tons of games for all ages to play. Certain games will also be played tounament style, with a chance to win cool prizes! There will also be games for kids to play as well! You don't want to miss out! Here are some of the games that will be played: Resistance Werewolf Hive Mind Machi Koro Sushi Go Hamburger - $4 each Hamburger combo - $5 each Hot dog - $3 each Hot dog combo - $4 each All combos come with chips and a drink of your choice. All snacks and drinks will be sold for $1 each. Snacks include chips, candy, and ice cream.

9/15/2017 7:00:00 PM -07:00

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Sisters' Friday Night Recharge: Hijab Swap

Time to refresh your hijab collection or start your first at the Hijab Swap Party & Potluck hosted by Helping Hand for Relief and Development! - Location: Meeting Hall at ICC 6 p.m. - 7 p.m.: Potluck dinner and hijab set-up 7 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.: Short talk by our young sister Amina D. on being a teen hijabi. 7:30 p.m. - 9 p.m. : Hijab swap and tutorials - All ladies and teens accompanied by an adult are welcome. This is a great event for women and girls new to wearing hijab, and those who are considering but want to go for a test drive first. Non-judgemental environment! *How it works* Bring in as many gently-used hijabs/Islamic clothing as you'd like to exchange for. It's an even swap. New hijabis do not need to bring anything - just come! We'll also have some hijab tutorials Any leftover hijabs will be donated to Helping Hand For Relief and Development. *Potluck* Please bring a dish to share with serving spoons. We'll provide the plates, utensils, napkins, coffee, tea and water. HIJAB HELPERS WANTED: Contact Jacki at jshoyeb@gmail.com or Andrea at zendiak11@gmail.com to be one of our hijab stylists and do some style demonstrations. All styles welcome. ---- This program is provided by Helping Hand For Relief and Development and Tempe ICC. This is part of an ongoing series called Sisters' Friday Night Recharge, where sisters meet once a month to learn from one another. Follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/sistersrecharge/

9/15/2017 6:00:00 PM -07:00

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Mommy and Me Playgroup: Sept. 11, 2017

Assalamu Alaikum mamas, After a week away for Eid and Labor day, we're back with more fun, educational activities and play for the kids. Please join us on Monday, Sept. 11 at 10:30 a.m. in Room 2 (in the white building across from the main prayer area). RSVP and share with your friends. To sign up for email updates, fill out this form: https://goo.gl/forms/9o3eDHGtvZKLgoh13

9/11/2017 10:30:00 AM -07:00

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Islamic Banking with Omar Bassal

Join us for our FRIDAY NIGHT PROGRAM on Sept. 8 at 7 p.m. We'll learn about Islamic Banking from Omar Bassal, head of asset management at an investment firm in Saudia Arabia that is managed in accordance with Shariah principles.

9/8/2017 7:00:00 PM -07:00

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Eid ul-Adha

Eid ul-Adha will be on Friday, September 1 st , 2017 Location: Phoenix Convention Center (Civic Plaza) South Building – Halls F & G 110 North 3rd Street Phoenix, 85004

9/1/2017 9:30:00 AM -07:00

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Mosque Open House

The Islamic Community Center of Tempe formally invites you to our OPEN HOUSE to learn about Islam. Islam is one of the world’s fastest growing religions with over a billion practitioners. Attendees can tour the mosque (masjid), ask questions, and educate themselves about Islam and Prophet Muhammad (Peace be Upon Him). Come meet your Muslim neighbors and learn more about the various cultures within Islam and how we can celebrate life!

8/25/2017 6:00:00 PM -07:00

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Sisters' Seerah Circle

Join us each Saturday at ICC to review the life of the Prophet (SAWS) as taught by Abdul Nasir Jangda in his podcast. Sisters will listen to the free audio lectures at home, and then bring their thoughts to the Seerah Circle for discussion. Location: Youth Room at ICC (room 2) Contact: Ishrath Fatima, ishrathfatimah@gmail.com Here are the links to the lectures: Qalam Institute Website https://www.qalaminstitute.org/seerah/#.WZDElK2-K8q Youtube lecture https://www.youtube.com/watch… Link to Notes: http://destinationjannah.tumblr.com/seerahnotes Week (8/19): -Each person will share their reflection for 2min. (30 min.) -We break for Asr (10 min.) -Sr.Ishrath will facilitate the discussion, summarize and end the class. (20 min.)

8/19/2017 5:00:00 PM -07:00

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Mommy & Me Group (0-4)

~STARTS AUG. 14 in the meeting hall (below prayer hall)~ Join us for an educational and Islamically-based playgroup for moms and their young children. Each 45-minute session will be themed-based and may include activities such as story time, sensorial activities, educational songs and free play. -- More Info contact jshoyeb@gmail.com

8/14/2017 10:30:00 AM -07:00

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Imam Suhaib Webb at ICC

8/13/2017 7:30:00 PM -07:00

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Sisters' Seerah Circle

Every Saturday beginning on Aug. 12 we'll gather to review the life of the Prophet (SAWS) as taught by Abdul Nasir Jangda in his podcast. Sisters will listen to the free audio lectures (30 minutes) at home, and then bring their thoughts to the Seerah Circle for discussion. Location: Youth Room at ICC Contact: Ishrath Fatima, ishrathf@gmail.com

8/12/2017 5:00:00 PM -07:00

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Sisters Recharge: Financial Planning

Sisters Recharge at ICC is back! Join us as sister Lisa Hashem walks us through the 5 Pillars of Prosperity, an Islamic-based financial planning book that has positively impacted her and her family's lives. *Aug. 4 @7 p.m. in the new Multipurpose Hall at ICC (downstairs) *Refreshments will be served. *No children please ------- Lisa Hashem received her Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering with a Minor in Chemistry at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. She has been working as an Electrical Engineer Patent Examiner for the United States Patent Office in Alexandria, Virginia since 2003. Lisa is the moderator of two Facebook groups: Phoenix Muslim Homeschoolers and Modern Muslim Family. She also has extensive experience working for various Islamic organizations. Lisa completed an Islamic Finance class taught by Dr. Yaqub Mirza whose book: 'Five Pillars of Prosperity.' Lisa is married with four children and resides in Phoenix. ----- Questions? Please send us a message or comment on the discussion board. JZK! HHRD and ICC Volunteers.

8/4/2017 7:00:00 PM -07:00

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ICC Youth Qiyam: Connecting with the Quran

Ramadan is often referred to as "the month of Quran," but sometimes some of us leave the month feeling like we didn't capitalize on our relationship with our Holy Book. Maybe we're not having a good understanding of what we're reading and listening to, or maybe we're having trouble finding the will to read at all. What better remedy than a night with a scholar in the house or God, learning about the book of God? ICC Tempe is very happy to host Shaykha Maryam Amir Ebrahimi for an all night Qiyam on "Connecting with the Quran." Insha'Allah this is a great way for us to learn about our beloved book in a way we didn't know before. Suhoor will be served insha'Allah. We hope to see everyone there!

6/18/2017 12:00:00 AM -07:00

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ICC Youth Qiyam: The Value of Youth in the Muslim Community

Ramadan is a time where often many of our hidden stars in the community show us flashes of community leadership. Most of the time, those stars are youth. Our Masjid itself is strong in terms of youth population and involvement, but how do we capitalize on that demographic? What kind of importance must we place on the youth here, and how do we encourage them to take leadership roles for a Masjid that will be under their watch a few years from now? ICC Tempe would like to invite you to our first Youth Qiyam of Ramadan, led by Imam Azhar Subedar. We are very excited to host this all night program of prayer and knowledge, and of course, food! Please feel free to join us for a great event!

6/3/2017 12:00:00 AM -07:00

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2017 Graduate Party - Muslim Youth

We honor the Muslim Graduates (High School and College) with award/gift in this Celebretory event. Good speakers/Good food - an event design for Youth and the family. Graduates please sign-up: https://goo.gl/forms/OjGYsUTLbgh9D7Jj2

5/21/2017 5:30:00 PM -07:00

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How Awesome to Be a Muslim with Nihad Awad

Nihad Awad is the Executive Director and co-founder of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the largest non-profit Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization in the United States. He has been frequently interviewed on national and international media such as CNN, BBC World Service, PBS, C-SPAN, NPR, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Voice of America and Al-Jazeerah. CAIR news releases are disseminated to hundreds of thousands people worldwide on a daily basis. After the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995, Mr. Awad flew to Oklahoma to aid in the relief effort. He personally met with Governor Frank Keating and gave the governor a sizable donation for the victims’ fund on behalf of the American Muslim community. In 1997, Mr. Awad served on Vice President Al Gore’s Civil Rights Advisory Panel to the White House Commission on Aviation Safety and Security. In his professional capacity, Mr. Awad has also personally met with former Secretaries of State Madeleine Albright andColin L. Powell to discuss the needs of the American Muslim community. Numerous law enforcement agencies and Fortune 500 companies—including Nike and DKNY—have benefited from CAIR educational seminars on Islamic traditions and culture. In addition to resolving employment discrimination issues involving American Muslims, Mr. Awad has also conducted over 100 public relations and media training seminars nationwide. For the 2000 presidential election, Mr. Awad was a key figure in the American Muslim Political Coordinating Committee (AMPCC), an umbrella organization of the largest American Muslim organizations, which helped to create the first Muslim voting bloc for a presidential election. Mr. Awad is a regular participant in the U.S. Department of State’s “International Visitors Program”, which welcomes foreign dignitaries, journalists and academics who are currently visiting the President of the United States. A few days after September 11, 2001, Mr. Awad was one of the few American Muslim leaders invited by the White House to join President Bush in a press conference at the Islamic Center of Washington, the oldest mosque in Washington DC. Mr. Awad has testified before both houses of the U.S. Congress, most recently at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on matters involving Muslims in America. He has also spoken at prestigious educational institutions, including Harvard, Stanford and Johns Hopkins Universities. He was also a featured speaker at the 2002 Reuters Forum on global cooperation at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. In addition, he actively works with local and national interfaith leaders and organizations in the interest of promoting positive relations among people of diverse faith communities. Mr. Awad is also featured in Silent No More by former United States Representative Paul Findley (R-IL), a book chronicling the history of the American Muslim community.

5/19/2017 7:30:00 PM -07:00

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Pre-Ramadan Bazaar 2017

Helping Hand for Relief and Development with the Islamic Community Center of Tempe present a pre-Ramadan Bazaar ** Get ready for Ramadan at a community bazaar on Friday night! Pick up your Eid dress and party dresses for the whole family, shop hijabs, abayas, jewelry and more. Come hungry and enjoy dinner from our food vendors, plus face painting for the kids. We'll also have dates, Islamic decor, Syrian desserts! ** When: Friday, May 19 from 6 p.m. - 10 p.m. Where: ICC Courtyard in Tempe ** ABAYAS * PAKISTANI/INDIAN-STYLE CLOTHING * HIJABS * ISLAMIC BOOKS * FACE PAINTING * DINNER FOR PURCHASE * SYRIAN DESSERTS * DATES *ISLAMIC HOME DECOR *JEWELRY * HALAL-CERTIFIED VITAMINS **

5/19/2017 6:00:00 PM -07:00

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Know Your Rights - Community Night With CAIR and ACLU

CIvil liberties are being challenged on a daily basis, especially in the direct aftermath of the new administration's Executive Orders. Two of the most recognizable names in civil rights are teaming up to bring our community vital trainings to ensure YOUR rights are protected. This is a great opportunity to learn, discuss and ask questions regarding what rights you have as an American.

5/5/2017 8:00:00 PM -07:00

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ICC Youth Halaqa - Preserving the Muslim Identity with Rawa Awad

Nowadays it's becoming incredibly hard to stick to Islam. The religion is constantly under attack. Others who don't attack expect us to abandon some tenants to become socially accepted. We're in a time where other groups who have ideals that go against our own want us to ally with them, but where do we draw the line? How do we maintain a strong relationship with these allies without compromising our Islamic values, or is it even possible? Join us on Wednesday for a great discussion led by sister Rawa Awad, on how we should tackle this prominent issue. Insha'Allah there will be refreshments. Please join us for Maghrib salah at 7:10 and we will begin the Halaqa right after insha'Allah

4/26/2017 7:00:00 PM -07:00

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New Muslim Meet-Up: Feed My Starving Children

Come have fun, meet other new Muslims and give back! This month we will be volunteering at FMSC in Mesa! If you've never been to FMSC, it is a FUN, high-energy environment where we'll have the chance to impact hundreds of kids. IMPORTANT: SPOTS ARE LIMITED!! Please register if you are committed to attending. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/feed-my-starving-children-tickets-33406963126 **Plan to arrive 10-15 minutes early to sign in.** We will be packing boxes to ship - wear comfortable clothes and prepare to have fun! All are welcome! (Children 5 and older are able to attend with adult supervision) For questions, contact Sister Elena at ecoassolo@gmail.com Hope to see you there!

4/24/2017 6:00:00 PM -07:00

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Internet Safety - presented by notMYkid

notMYkid’s presentation on Internet Safety explores the latest apps, social media platforms, and websites that parents and school faculty need to be aware of in order to protect their children and students. The presentation also examines the effects of Internet pornography on the brain, the social and legal dangers associated with “sexting,” and the tactics used by online predators. Attendees will gain an increased awareness of the potential dangers associated with technology use by children and teens, as well as techniques and strategies to mitigate those dangers.

4/23/2017 10:00:00 AM -07:00

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6th Annual Know Your Deen Competition

6th Annual KNOW YOUR DEEN Islamic studies competition for youth ages 5 - 16 Saturday, April 22, 2017 ASU CDN room 60 $5 registration includes t-shirt ~ register at tempemosque.com/kyd Primary (ages 5-6): 1:30pm-2:00pm Junior (ages 11-12): 3:00pm-3:30pm Elementary (ages 7-8): 2:00pm-2:30pm Upper (ages 13-14): 3:30pm-4:00pm Middle (ages 9-10): 2:30pm-3:00pm High School (ages 15-16): 4:00pm-4:30pm 5:00pm: Dinner and Awards at ICC SPONSORED BY: Helping Hand For Relief & Development Reserve a spot at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/6-annual-know-your-deen-competition-tickets-33546098283 Sample Questions: http://tempemosque.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/KYD2017samplequestions.pdf

4/22/2017 1:30:00 PM -07:00

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Brother's Outdoor Youth Camp

Join us for our Brother's Outdoor Youth Camp! ---Friday, April 14 - Sunday, April 16 Usery Mountain Regional Park, Mesa AZ HIKING ^ SPORTS ^ GAMES ^ S’MORES -Guys ages 12 and up -(Ages 11 and under must come with a parent/adult) -$50/person, meals included THIS WILL BE A ‘GREEN’ CAMP! So bring your own dishware / utensils QUESTIONS? Contact: Br. Sofiane 480.818.4853 REGISTER HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/brothers-youth-tent-camp-tickets-33056661364

4/16/2017 12:00:00 AM -07:00

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ICC Youth Qiyam with Ustadh Usama Canon

Year after year we make lofty promises to ourselves about the things we will do in Ramadan. Many times we set high expectations for ourselves and fall short. How can we shoot for great self improvement without burning out? How do we improve our Iman without compromising our daily lives? How do we consistently improve within Ramadan to maximize our personal potential? Join us with Ustadh Usama Canon at ICC for an enlightening Qiyam on keeping that Ramadan spark alive for the entire month. It can be hard, but we shouldn't wait till the month begins to gain the motivation. The Qiyam will begin after Isha and end at 12:00 am. Insha'Allah refreshments will be served during the event. Please feel free to join us for an amazing night of learning and prayer!

4/8/2017 9:00:00 PM -07:00

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Ustadh Usama Canon at ICC Tempe

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4/8/2017 7:00:00 PM -07:00

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ICC Youth Halaqa - Tawakkul with Br. Liban Yousuf

Often times we find ourselves in situations where we think no good can come from them. Our struggles can sometimes overtake us and strain us greatly. However, Allah tells us in the Qur'an "Verily, with difficulty comes ease." How can we apply that optimistic outlook consistently in even the most dark times of our lives? Join us on Wednesday, April 5th for an engaging discussion about having a strong trust in Allah. Insha'Allah, Br. Liban Yousuf will be leading the halaqa, so it definitely will be great!

4/5/2017 7:00:00 PM -07:00

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Mosque Open House!

Come out to learn more about your Muslim neighbors, get a tour of the mosque, and learn more about Islam and Muslims. We'd love to see you and this event is open to all! Program to start at 5pm. Sign in starting at 4:30. PLEASE REGISTER HERE: http://tinyurl.com/ICCMosqueOpenHouse CONTACTS: Chris Cruz: ccruz@tempemosque.com Ahmad Alakoum: aakoum@tempemosque.com

4/1/2017 4:30:00 PM -07:00

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New Muslim Meet-Up: March

For our NEW BROTHERS & SISTERS, join us for an afternoon just for you! This month we will have GUEST SPEAKER Amena Mabrouk discussing Allah's Mercy & Forgiveness. Come meet other new Muslims and learn about this important topic of repentance & forgiveness in Islam. This month we are planning to enjoy the nice weather with a POTLUCK PICNIC at the park. Bring a dish to share! Hope to see you all there! (While this is designed for those who are new to Islam, all are welcome to join!) LOCATION: Tempe Beach Park 🌴 3:00pm - 5:00pm PARKING: Park in the US Airways structure directly across the street from the park. PARKING IS FREE ON WEEKENDS. Structure is on the southwest corner of Rio Salado & Mill Ave. (201 S. Ash Ave., Tempe, 85281). We will be right inside the park entrance at the picnic tables.

3/25/2017 3:00:00 PM -07:00

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From Mihja to Malcolm, From Bilal to Makandal

The remarkable history of Islam in Africa and the African diaspora is unknown to many Muslims, although it shapes much of our current situation as an Ummah and can build greater understanding, appreciation, and love among us. The invaluable lessons that can be learned from African Muslim civilization can help us more effectively and positively engage modernity. Muhammad Adeyinka Mendes is the founding-director of SacredService, an organization dedicated to building economies and communities of peace. In addition to teaching the poetry of Jalaluddin Rumi and Prophetic Meditative practice, he shares the healing wisdom found in the spiritual, scholastic, and sociocultural legacy of Islamic civilization in Africa with audiences around the world. He currently resides in Atlanta with his wife and children.

3/25/2017 1:30:00 PM -07:00

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After the Wedding: The Keys for a Happy and Healthy Marriage

The hadīth of Umm Zar' has been a source of endless guidance and inspiration for people seeking marital bliss and harmony for over one thousand years. It captures a beautiful moment shared between Prophet Muhammad ﷺ and his beloved wife, Lady A'ishah, in which she tells the tale of eleven women who make a vow to disclose their true feelings about their husbands, good or bad. What the women then reveal to each other has unveiled the essential characteristics that make or break marriages in every generation. ABOUT: Sheikh Muhammad Adeyinka Mendes Muhammad Adeyinka Mendes is the founding-director of SacredService, an organization dedicated to building economies and communities of peace. In addition to teaching the poetry of Jalaluddin Rumi and Prophetic Meditative practice, he shares the healing wisdom found in the spiritual, scholastic, and sociocultural legacy of Islamic civilization in Africa with audiences around the world. He currently resides in Atlanta with his wife and children. REGISTER: http://tinyurl.com/ICCTempeAfterTheWedding

3/25/2017 11:00:00 AM -07:00

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Friday Night Connect with Sheikh Muhammad Mendes

REGISTER HERE: http://tinyurl.com/ICCTempeFridayMendes ABOUT: Sheikh Muhammad Adeyinka Mendes Muhammad Adeyinka Mendes is the founding-director of SacredService, an organization dedicated to building economies and communities of peace. In addition to teaching the poetry of Jalaluddin Rumi and Prophetic Meditative practice, he shares the healing wisdom found in the spiritual, scholastic, and sociocultural legacy of Islamic civilization in Africa with audiences around the world. He currently resides in Atlanta with his wife and children.

3/24/2017 7:30:00 PM -07:00

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ICC Youth Halaqa - Manners with Aimen Bacha

The Prophet (SAW) told us that "Nothing weighs more on the Scale of Deeds than good manners." We live in a day where treating others well is a secondary and unnecessary task, yet we see consistent emphasis throughout the seerah on the importance of having good character. Join us on Wednesday at ICC in the Youth Room for another bi-weekly halaqa, this time led by brother Aimen Bacha. Insha'Allah it will be a great benefit that all of us can take lessons from.

3/22/2017 6:30:00 PM -07:00

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Community BBQ!

Come join us as we enjoy BBQ with friends and family at Tumbleweed Park! Tumbleweed Park 745 E. Germann Road Chandler AZ McDowell Mountain Pavilion EVENT COST: $3.00/person

3/18/2017 5:00:00 PM -07:00

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Community Connect: Conver(t)sations

Join us this Friday to hear real stories & experiences from sisters & brothers who've accepted Islam as adults. This will be an engaging discussion about the unique challenges new Muslims face, and how we as a community can help do our part. Walk away with practical ways YOU can support our newest brothers & sisters! Bring your family & friends!

3/10/2017 7:30:00 PM -07:00

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ICC Youth Halaqa - Intentions with Dr. Nadia Katrangi

Salam everyone! We're back with our Youth Halaqa this week! This session we will be going over the first hadith in the books and it's practical applications it has on us! ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Dr. Nadia Katrangi Dr. Nadia Katrangi is an American Muslim scholar with over twenty years of experience in Islamic Sciences. Dr. Katrangi received multiple certifications by renowned scholars in Damascus, Syria. Her training in the Islamic Sciences included The Biography of The Prophet Mohammad, Quranic Sciences and Interpretation, Islamic History, Islamic Jurisprudence and the Sciences of Hadith (the legacy and tradition of the prophet Mohammad, peace be upon him). Dr. Katrangi also received a certification of memorization and “tajweed” recitation (Ijaza) in Quran from the esteemed scholar, Sheikh Hasan Al-Kurdi. In addition to her extensive Islamic Studies education, Dr. Nadia Katrangi completed Medical School and training in Clinical Pathology from Damascus University School of Medicine. After moving to the United States, Dr. Katrangi continued her studies and completed a Masters degree in Clinical Chemistry and Molecular Biology from Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. Most recently, Dr. Katrangi has received extensive training and leads workshops with a global educational enterprise for personal and professional growth. Committed to educating the American Muslim community, Dr. Katrangi has been involved in mentoring, designing curriculum and programs, and establishing school with a focus on growth and development for youth and adults. Dr. Katrangi is one of the founding members of Good Tree Institute and is a lead scholar for all programming efforts. In addition to serving her local community in Arizona, Dr. Katrangi enjoys spending time in the scenic outdoors with her husband and four beautiful children.

3/8/2017 6:45:00 PM -07:00

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Outdoor Movie Night!

Outdoor Movie Night! featuring STORKS Saturday, March 4th. 7:30 PM Tumbleweed Park - Cottonwood Pavilion $2.00/Person includes movie, popcorn, and drinks.

3/4/2017 7:30:00 PM -07:00

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Cemetery Clean Up

We will be organizing a Cemetery Clean Up on Saturday morning from 7:30AM-12:00PM. Come through and earn the reward of not only visiting the graves of your Muslim brothers and sisters, but also help beautify the cemetery for the loved ones of the deceased. We will leave from ICC Tempe at 7:30AM to go to the Ar-Rahma Cemetery: 21564 N. Rahma St. Maricopa City, AZ 85239 All equipment will be provided, but dress in comfortable close-toed shoes, hats, and comfortable lawn care clothing. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more information please email: Ahmad Ewas (Funeral Director) at aewais@tempemosque.com And/or call/or visit the Main Office (Suite 3)

3/4/2017 7:30:00 AM -07:00

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Youth Open Forum

Youth Open Forum Friday, March 3, 2017 9 PM - Fajr For Young Muslims ages 12 and up only Youth-led discussions about current issues Games & Activities Qiyam-ul-layl Food

3/4/2017 12:00:00 AM -07:00

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ICC Tempe - Board Elections!

The ICC board elections will be held this Friday March 3rd at 7:30 pm. We will start the nominees' speeches and Q&A at 7:30 and we will wait 5 minutes after Isha prayer is over to meet quorom. If quorum is not met, elections will be held on Friday March 10th at 8 pm. Please do your duty as an ICC member and attend the elections this Friday to avoid any further delays. There has also been an update on the list of nominees, please see the current list of nominees: Chris Cruz Khalid Abuwandi Maryam Nasaredden Rabah Abdulkariem Usman Kariem Jazakum Allah khair Election Committee NOTE: Voting for Board Members is only open to Community Members with a Membership at ICC Tempe

3/3/2017 7:30:00 PM -07:00

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Get Psyched

Assalamu Aliakum! Ever wondered how Islam and psychology relate? Are you good at coping with your problems? Do you know the warning signs of anxiety and depression? Join us for a day to talk with experts on these subjects, and learn how to be more self aware! The schedule consists of three sessions with Q&A and activities! Lunch will be provided. RSVP today!

2/19/2017 9:30:00 AM -07:00

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New Muslim Meet-Up: February

For our NEW BROTHERS & SISTERS, join us for an afternoon just for you! This month we will have special GUEST SPEAKER Naeema Zaman discussing the importance of Salah (the 5 daily prayers) and its foundation in the life of a Believer. For many new Muslims, establishing the daily prayers can be a huge lifestyle adjustment. We will also be discussing tips we have used for implementing the prayers into our daily lives. Afterwards, let's all go next door and grab dinner together! 3:15-4:30 Guest speaker, Q&A, and discussion (in Youth Activity Room) 4:45 Asr (afternoon prayer) in prayer hall 5:00 Dinner outing @ Phonecia Cafe (next door to ICC) Hope to see you all there! (This event is designed for those who are new to Islam, but all are welcome)

2/18/2017 3:15:00 PM -07:00

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ICC Youth Halaqa

Assalamu Alaikum! We would like to invite you to ICC for our first biweekly Youth Halaqa. In partnership with the MSA , we will be hosting a discussion pertaining to Black History Month for the first halaqa. Our kickoff halaqa will be on February 15th. Join us for lively conversations and interesting discussions, as well as light refreshments!

2/15/2017 6:00:00 PM -07:00

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Women's Self-Defense Workshop

We will be joined by Tempe Police Department to provide practical self-defense tips and resources by Sgt. Kevin Renwick & Officer Lily Duran. If interested in attending please RSVP with our Civic Engagement Director, Huda at hshrourou@tempemosque.com.

2/2/2017 7:00:00 PM -07:00

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Lecture with Dr. Mohamed Rateb Al-Nabulsi

Dr. Mohamed Rateb Al-Nablusi Mohammed Rateb Al-Nabulsi is a Syrian writer & Professor, and Muslim scholar, and Co-founder & manager. He was a professor at Damascus University. He was living in Syria but after the Syrian Civil War started in 2011 he went to Jordan.He was raised in Damascus and studied in its schools. After he graduated from high school he started studying at the faculty of Arts in Damascus University to study Arabic language, he graduated in 1964 with Licentiate degree . In 1966 he got a diploma in Educational qualification. Then he got a master's degree in Arabic arts from University of Lyon . And got Doctorate degree in Education from University of Dublin , in 1999.

1/29/2017 6:00:00 PM -07:00

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Arm Yourself with 24/7 Attorney Access & Know Your Rights Rally

There is a lot of fear and questions surrounding the new executive orders. While the policies are getting figured out YOU need to know how this effects YOU and the people you care about! Spread the word and come to the Arm Yourself and Your Family with 24/7 Attorney Access & Know Your Rights Rally! Sunday, January 29 Location: Islamic Community Center Tempe (by ASU) Gather at 1PM (after Duhr) Amercian Civil Liberty Union ACLU attorney set to speak! The President of the American Immigration Lawyers Association is set to Speak! The former Vice President of East Valley NAACP is set to speak! And other community attorneys and activists will be on hand! The time is now to learn how to effectively and proactively protect yourself and family legally. We look forward to seeing you there!

1/29/2017 1:00:00 PM -07:00

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Three Maqasid of the Believer & the Believing Community

Join us this Friday for our weekly Friday Night Community Connect featuring Sh. Jihad Brown! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Bio: Shaikh Jihad Hashim-Brown was most recently the Director of Research at the Tabah Foundation in Abu Dhabi, U.A.E. After receiving degrees in Psychology and Near East Studies from Rutgers University, New Jersey in 1994, he went on to study Arabic rhetoric, dialectic theology, and Islamic legal theory with prominent religious authorities in Damascus. In accordance with the criteria of traditional learning methods he studied privately with notable scholars like Muhammad Adib al-Kallas, and Muhammad Ali al-Shuqayr receiving his scholarly licenses (ijazah) after ten years of intensive training. He has also appeared frequently on numerous satellite television programs in the region.

1/27/2017 7:30:00 PM -07:00

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Islamic Relief Dinner with Imam Suhaib Webb

RSVP at: SUHAIBWEBBTEMPE.EVENTBRITE.COM CONTACT: ZIA ENSHANZADA 714-676-1306 FREE EVENT DINNER PROVIDED GUEST IMAM: SUHAIB WEBB

1/22/2017 6:00:00 PM -07:00

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Free Glucose and Blood Pressure Screening

Come out for a free glucose and blood pressure screening!

1/21/2017 9:00:00 AM -07:00

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Islam & Mental Health with Dr. Halim Naeem

Join us as Dr. Halim Naeem speaks to us on the topic of Islam & Mental Health. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ABOUT DR. HALIM NAEEM. Dr. Halim Naeem is currently the president of Muslim Mental Health (www.MuslimMentalHealth.com), the nations’ leading experts regarding mental health issues in the Muslim community.He is a practicing psychotherapist and president of his own private practice, Naeem and Associates in Livonia, MI. He specializes in Brain Health, ADD/ADHD, plus clinical intervention & assessment of adolescents and young adults. He has conducted the first research study in the field of psychology on African American Sunni Muslims. He also has a book: “(Like Glue: The Little Book of Marriage Advice We Should Have Stuck to from the Beginning).” Dr. Naeem sits on multiple boards of organizations ranging from Civic Engagement, Educational, Religious, and Professional Mental Health. He is published in magazines, books, articles, speaks at numerous conferences and conventions on spiritual and psychological issues Most importantly, he is a proud husband of 11 years and father of three beautiful children.

1/20/2017 7:30:00 PM -07:00

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Snow Day

It's that time of the year again! With the winter snow coming in, it is the perfect opportunity to head to Flagstaff and have some fun in the snow! We plan to carpool to Flagstaff Sunday morning and return that night. To attend, please bring $10 per person to cover the cost of the trip. Breakfast will be provided before we leave, and we will have a short khatirah after asr salah. Please RSVP at this link by January 5th, 2016 : https://www.eventbrite.com/e/snow-day-tickets-30673856330 Only participants 18 or older may register and join this trip unless accompanied by a parent/legal guardian.

1/8/2017 6:00:00 AM -07:00

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Community Picnic & Outdoor Movie Night:The Jungle Book!

Come out to ICC Tempe's Community Picnic and Outdoor Movie Night. We wil be watching the Disney animated movie, The Jungle Book Tumbleweed Park - McDowell Mountain Pavilion 745 E. Germann Road Chandler, AZ 85286 $5 per person -------------------------------------------- -Halal Food! -Drinks! -Movie! -Popcorn! - & Hot Chocolate!

12/31/2016 1:00:00 PM -07:00

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Friday Night Connect: Keeping Our Kids Safe in 2017

No one wants to think their child will ever struggle in life. Kids today are stressed at an early age and it is having a huge impact on the choices they make and their futures. Do you know the type of choices they are facing and effective ways to redirect them? Come learn about those challenges, including navigating the internet, bullying, and substance abuse. Sister Joronda Montaño, Program Director at notMYkid, will lead a one hour overview. But sure to bring your questions!

12/23/2016 7:15:00 PM -07:00

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CPR Training Workshop

Come out on December 17th to learn how to learn CPR. CPR is a critical skill and may save a life! We'll be bringing out two qualified CPR trainers to help you learn CPR. Optional official CPR certification will be available on the day-of and costs $15.00. Please Register here: www.tinyurl.com/CPRTrainingWorkshop

12/17/2016 9:00:00 AM -07:00

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Qiyam for Syria

Join us as we pray for our brothers and sisters in Syria and also learn about some practical action items we can take to support our brothers in Syria.

12/16/2016 7:30:00 PM -07:00

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ICC Monthly Helping the Homeless - November

Asalamu alaikum! Show your love and compassion to the less fortunate and gain the pleasure of Allah SWT by meeting us on 12/16/16 at 2:30pm, right after the second Friday prayer, in the basement room on the first floor of ICC. In collaboration with ASU UMR (United Muslim Relief), we will be preparing about 150 care packages filled with toiletries and general necessities, snacks, and water bottles. The toiletries and general necessities will consist of deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpastes, baby wipes, socks, and maix pads. ***In order to make this all possible, we are kindly asking you to please open up your pockets and DONATE generously.*** HOW TO DONATE: - Through YOUCARING (an online fundraising plateform): https://www.youcaring.com/akramabdallah-687139 - Cash drop off at the ICC office - Bring cash with you on the day of the event and hand it to one of the organizers OR - Contact Akram Abdallah, Tarteel Alimam, Lena Sarsour, Muawiya Shahin, Zain Siddiqi, Aimen Bacha, or Nada Zayyat for CASH App, Venmo, or PayPal options. Address for where we will be parking and handing out the care packages is (AFTER ICC PREP): 230 S 12th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85007. Invite and bring your friends! JazakAllah khair!

12/16/2016 2:30:00 PM -07:00

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Post-Partum Depression Seminar

For any questions, comments or concerns please email: office@tempemosque.com ___________________________________________________ SPEAKERS: DR NAFISA SEKANDARI Dr. Nafisa Sekandari is the co-founder of Mental Health 4 Muslims (http://mentalhealth4muslims.com). She is currently licensed and practicing in California and Arizona. She provides counseling on mental health issues that is both clinically supported and Islamically sound. She works with a wide variety of Muslims from different backgrounds and knows firsthand how important such a service is to our community. She is also a published author and lecturer DR. ADEEL ZAFAR Dr. Adeel Zafar is a board certified Adult Psychiatrist who has been an inpatient provider and clinical preceptor at St. Luke's Behavioral Health Center since 2011. He joined Strategic Mental Health in 2012 as an outpatient provider. Dr. Zafar completed his undergraduate work at the University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Science in Molecular and Cellular Biology. He completed his medical degree at St. Matthew's University School of Medicine Grand Cayman. He completed his residency in Adult Psychiatry at the Delaware Psychiatric Center in 2011. Dr. Zafar's medical philosophy is a biopsychosocial model using both traditional and alternative treatments. He strongly believes in a collaborative approach with the patient that results in an individualized treatment plan for every patient. This empowers the patient to be their own advocate and encourages family involvement as necessary. Education also plays a key role in healing. Dr. Zafar is also conversant in Urdu/Hindi.

12/10/2016 10:00:00 AM -07:00

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ICC Tempe Mawlid

Join us as we celebrate, learn from and reflect upon the life and legacy of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW)!

12/9/2016 7:30:00 PM -07:00

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Winter Wonderland festival- Noor Academy of AZ

Noor Academy of Arizona will be holding it's first Winter Festival. Come and enjoy the "snow", build a snow man, have a snowball fight. We will also have festival games, rides and food. While you enjoy the fun, you will have the opportunity to support Noor Academy by filling out your Best Student fund Tax refund form. We will have experts there to help walk you through step by step to complete the forms. InshaAllah we look forward to seeing you,your family and friends at Noor Academy's Winter Wonderland!

12/3/2016 12:00:00 PM -07:00

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Outdoor Movie Night

Join us for a fun-filled evening this Friday (Nov 25th) at Tumbleweed Park, Cottonwood Pavilion, featuring the movie “Finding Dory”. $3 per person includes pizza, popcorn, and drinks. Bring your family and friends on Friday, November 25th at 6:00pm for entertainment, food, and fun!

11/25/2016 6:00:00 PM -07:00

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Ladies Self-Defense Presentation

We will be having a self-defense presentation featuring: 1) A Representative from Damsel in Defense Damsel in Defense a company dedicated to educating and equipping women with self-defense tools and methods to save lives and protect women from personal and physical attacks that unfortunately have been increasing in recent times. Please come out and learn about products you can get from Damsel in Defense along with resources to help best protect yourself. For more information about Damsel in Defense and their products please check out: http://damselindefense.net/ 2) ASU PD Representative-Detective Harrmann Detective Harrmann is an ASU PD officer and will assist us in learning more about how to keep safe on ASU's campus and just general safety tips. 3) Tempe PD Representative We will be getting a Tempe PD representative coming as well to help give us some hands-on tips of how to defend yourself.

11/23/2016 7:00:00 PM -07:00

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Being Muslim in the Era of Trump - with Imam Suhaib Webb

Special Guest: Imam Suhaib Webb

11/18/2016 7:00:00 PM -07:00

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ICC Monthly Helping the Homeless - November

Asalamu alaikum! Show your love and compassion to the less fortunate and gain the pleasure of Allah SWT by meeting us on November 11th at 2:30pm, right after the second Friday prayer, in the basement room on the first floor of ICC. In collaboration with ASU UMR (United Muslim Relief), we will be preparing about 150 care packages filled with toiletries and general necessities, snacks, and water bottles. The toiletries and general necessities will consist of deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpastes, baby wipes, socks, and maix pads. ***In order to make this all possible, we are kindly asking you to please open up your pockets and DONATE generously.*** HOW TO DONATE: - Through YOUCARING (an online fundraising plateform): www.YouCaring.com/ICCMonthlyHelpingtheHomelessNovember - Cash drop off at the ICC office - Bring cash with you on the day of the event and hand it to one of the organizers OR - Contact Akram Abdallah, Tarteel Alimam, Lena Sarsour, Muawiya Shahin, Zain Siddiqi, Aimen Bacha, or Nada Zayyat for CASH App, Venmo, or PayPal options. Address for where we will be parking and handing out the care packages is (AFTER ICC PREP): 230 S 12th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85007. Invite and bring your friends! JazakAllah khair!

11/11/2016 2:30:00 PM -07:00

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ICC Masjid Beautification Day

Assalamalaikum! We're looking for volunteers to help beautify and clean up the masjid. We hope to make this a fun and meaningful event by helping YOUR masjid look clean, organized and beautiful. We will be conducting the following tasks: 1) Vacuum of all Carpeted Areas 2) Dusting of all Windows 3) Clean Up of all Prayer Spaces (trash, etc.) 4) Mopping of Tiled Floors 5) Outside Window Dusting & Cleaning 6) Wiping of Dusting of All Doors 7) Removal of Garbage & Refuse from All Areas � Wiping of Shoe Racks 8) Clean Up of Bathrooms

11/5/2016 9:00:00 AM -07:00

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ICC Outdoor Movie Night!

Join us this Saturday, October 29 from 6:00pm to 9:00pm for ICC Outdoor Movie Night at Tumbleweed Park - Cottonwood Pavilion (on the East side of the park). InshaAllah we will be showing the first Kung Fu Panda movie, including pizza, popcorn and drinks for just $3 per person!

10/29/2016 6:00:00 PM -07:00

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Rethinking Your World - with Imam Azhar Subedar

10/14/2016 7:30:00 PM -07:00

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Islamic New Year Multicultural Potluck

Join us this Fiday at ICC as we celebrate the coming of the Islamic (Hijri) New Year with a multi-cultural potlock. Our community is the one of the most diverse religious communities in Arizona - so we would love to see everyone share dishes from all parts of the world this Friday. To help us better plan - please let us know what you are able to bring at the following link: http://tempemosque.com/newyear1438

10/7/2016 6:30:00 PM -07:00

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ICC Monthly Helping the Homeless

Asalamu alaikum! It's that time again! The first Friday of the month. Show your love and compassion to the less fortunate and gain the pleasure of Allah SWT by meeting us on October 7th at 2:30pm, right after the second Friday prayer, in the basement room on the first floor of ICC. We are doing it a little different this time - Instead of turkey sandwiches, we will be preparing care packages filled with toiletries and general necessities, and a whole lot of cold water bottles. The toiletries and general necessities will consist of deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpastes, baby wipes, socks, maxi pads, grocery tote bags, and reusable water bottles. ***In order to make this all possible, we are kindly asking you to please open up your pockets and DONATE generously.*** HOW TO DONATE: - Through YOUCARING (an online fundraising plateform): www.YouCaring.com/ICCMonthlyHelpingTheHomeless - Cash drop off at the ICC office - Bring cash with you on the day of the event and hand it to one of the organizers OR - Contact Akram Abdallah, Lena Sarsour, Muawiya Shahin, Zain Siddiqi, Aimen Bacha, or Nada Zayyat for CASH App, Venmo, or PayPal options. Address for where we will be parking and handing out the care packages is (AFTER ICC PREP): 230 S 12th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85007. Invite and bring your friends! JazakAllah khair!

10/7/2016 2:30:00 PM -07:00

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ICC Tech Club

What: Monthly Workshop to provide kids the opportunity to learn all about the world of electronics. When: First Sunday of each Month 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Who: Middle School and higher along with their parents or guardians. Cost: $10 registration fee for each class. Material: Arduino Starter kits to be provided to Kids (1 kit for 2 students) for use during the session. Please bring your own laptop. Goal: To provide a platform for teaching and skill development for electronics to community kids. Kids will be able to learn skills such as programming, electronic circuits and hardware. The platform will provide an opportunity for kids to work on different projects with the help of their parents.

10/2/2016 9:00:00 AM -07:00

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Friday Night Connect with Sheikh Rami Nsour

9/30/2016 7:30:00 PM -07:00

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Friday Night Connect at ICC

Join us this Friday night at ICC for some delicious Pizza followed by two great programs! First - Helping Hand for Relief and Development (www.hhrd.org) will be sponsoring a once a month casual get together for ladies (away from the normal halaqa style) focusing on 3 realms: Spiritual, Mental, and Physical aspects of being a woman. Come join us and meet with local women speakers, discuss new topics, get to know your fellow sisters, and if nothing else just for the coffee:) For the brothers - join as we discuss how we can better emulate the Prophet Muhammad PBUH in our roles as brothers, sons, and fathers. For all Friday Night Connect programs, for children ages 7 - 12, ICC will be offering a karate class during this time under Sensei Amiruddin with the goal of instilling in them self confidence, discipline, and understanding self defense. Baby and Child-Sitting will be provied for children under 7.

9/23/2016 7:00:00 PM -07:00

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Eid-ul-Adha Prayers

Insha'Allah Eid-ul-Adha will be on Monday, September 12th. Eid Prayers will be at the Phoenix Convention Center, West Hall, Rooms 1-3. Gathering will be at 9:30 AM and the prayer will start 10:00 AM insha'Allah.

9/12/2016 9:30:00 AM -07:00

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Community Iftar & Eid Bazaar

ICC Community Iftar & Eid Bazaar Sunday 11th between Maghrib and Isha Some vendors include: Al'Aniq Hijab's and henna design ($5 per side) Helping Hands and many more! **Vendor tables are $25.00 (money will be donated to refugee program). Contact the ICC Office to reserve a table. Email: office@tempemosque.com with subject line: “Bazaar tables” or call 480-894-6070**

9/11/2016 6:45:00 PM -07:00

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Our Heroes: The Story of Ibrahim (A.S.)

9/9/2016 7:30:00 PM -07:00

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Family Movie Night!

ICC, ICEV, and MAS present: FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT! Sunday, Sept 4 6 PM - 9 PM @ Chandler Community Center Feature: ZOOTOPIA Ony $3.00 Per Person Pizza, Popcorn, & Drinks Included!

9/4/2016 6:00:00 PM -07:00

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ICC Monthly Feeding the Homeless

Asalamu alaikum! Show your love and compassion to the less fortunate and gain the pleasure of Allah SWT by meeting us on September 2nd at 2:30pm, right after the second Friday prayer, in the basement room of Islamic Community Center of Tempe. WE NEED YOUR HELP in preparing turkey sandwiches and then handing them out, along with cold water bottles, to the homeless in Downtown Phoenix. It is our goal to prepare about 500 sandwiches. In order to make this all possible, we need you to open up your pockets and DONATE generously please. HOW TO DONATE: - Through YOUCARING (an online fundraising plateform): https://www.youcaring.com/the-homeless-of-downtown-phoenix-626095 - Drop off at the ICC office - Bring cash with you on the day of the event and hand it to one of the organizers OR - Contact Akram Abdallah, Muawiya Shahin, Zain Siddiqi, Aimen Bacha, or Nada Zayyat for CASH App, Venmo, or PayPal options. Take advantage of this event being on one of the days of Dhul Hijjah and receive magnified rewards inshaAllah! Address for where we will be parking and handing out the food and water is: 230 S 12th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85007. Invite and bring your friends! JazakAllah khair!

9/2/2016 2:30:00 PM -07:00

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Friday Night at ICC with Imam Tahir Anwar

Friday Night Connect @ ICC: Pesonal Development Series Ethics of Character: An Introduction Special Guest: Imam Tahir Anwar, Zaytuna College Faculty & Muslim Communty Center East Bay Resident Scholar & DIrector of Programing Join us before the program starts at 5:30 PM for a Friday Night Cookout at ICC! Only $4.00/person! And then join us afterwards for a delicious Ice Cream Social! About Imam Tahir Anwar: Tahir Anwar is an Imam, a teacher, an activist, a husband, a father, and most importantly, a servant of Allah. Born in London, England, he has lived in the San Francisco Bay Area since 1983. Upon completing his religious studies in India, he has been serving as the Imam of one of the oldest masjids in the country, the Islamic Center of San Jose, since 2000. After teaching middle school at one of the oldest Muslim schools in the country for 7 years, he is the founding board member of Averroes High School, the Bay Area’s first Muslim high school. He teaches Islamic Law at the renowned Zaytuna College, America’s first Muslim liberal arts college in Berkeley. He is currently the chairman for the board of NISA, North American Islamic Shelter for the Abused, an organization that works towards alleviating issues related to abuse and domestic violence. NISA also runs a shelter for abused women in the Bay Area. He’s also the founding board member of Islamic Art Exhibit, and annual traveling exhibit rooted in the Islamic tradition. He sits on the Executive Committee for Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), the country’s largest Muslim umbrella organization. He has a passion for community service. He served on the Human Rights Commission for the City of San Jose for over 5 years, and the Human Relations Commission for the County of Santa Clara for one year. He also leads a group for Hajj each year, which has been covered by CNN twice.

8/26/2016 7:30:00 PM -07:00

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Annual Eid-ul-Fitr Picnic

Join us for our annual Eid-ul-Fitr picnic this Saturday at Kiwanis Park in the Ruben Romero corporpate area. inshaa Allah we wil have games for all ages! We are also looking for volunteers - if you are able to volunteer you can sign up at : https://tempeicc.sharepoint.com/_layouts/15/guestaccess.aspx?guestaccesstoken=1Rolq%2b%2b0utYDeRk5e5kfAqAWgGoMmGbttiLNrHxFVLg%3d&docid=1_1f3ca01a1dec14e9ab97f302f6a6eebc5&wdFormId=%7BC37E31AD%2D8326%2D4FDB%2DA941%2DA70B3B48F8EB%7D

7/23/2016 6:00:00 PM -07:00

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Eid ul Fitr Prayers - Khateeb: Imam Anas Hlayhel

July 6, 2016 Gathering: 9:30 am Prayers: 10:00 am sharp Phoenix Convention Center, North Hall rooms A – C on the third floor. 100 North 3rd St. Phoenix, AZ 85004 The North Hall building is east of 3rd St. west of 5th St. north of Washington St, and south of Monroe St. The main entrance is at the corner of Washington St. & 3rd St. You can park in the Jefferson Street Garage for $5/vehicle. ****Please bring your own prayer rugs ****

7/6/2016 9:30:00 AM -07:00

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ICC Youth Qiyam

“Don't count the days, make the days count.” - Mohammad Ali (May God bless him) As we complete the first portion of Ramadan it is important to stop and reevelaute ourselves. What have we accomplisehed thus far? What more can we do? What would we like to take with us? The youth qiyam will serve as a great opportunity to reenergize ourselves and finish the "race" strong. Join us for salah, spirtual talks, presahour as well as sahour! We would like to thank our sponor Helping Hand for Relief and Development.

6/19/2016 12:00:00 AM -07:00

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ICC Youth Camp at Lake Pleasant

Bring your tent for a weekend camp at the lake! Boating + Hiking + Sports + Games + Bonfire When: May 20-22 Where: Lake Pleasant Regional Park 41835 N Castle Hot Springs Rd., Morristown, AZ 85342 Who: Guys ages 14 and up (13 and under must come with a parent/adult) Cost: $50.00 per person. Meals included. Register and pay at ICC or online by Wednesday, May 18th 2016. Contact: Br. Sofiane 480-818-4853 *** LIMITED SPACE*** ***GOING GREEN*** Bring your own dishware/utensils

5/22/2016 12:00:00 AM -07:00

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Mercy Painting Project

MAS Give, ICC, and ASU United Muslim Relief in partnership with Barrio Nuevo Phoenix present the Mercy Painting Project. As a united group we can help make a difference in the South Phoenix neighborhood. Over the past 7 years, Barrio Nuevo has painted 120 houses for the elderly that are often ignored in this community, at no cost to them. Please find some old painting clothes and join us as we plan to paint a few houses for those in need!

5/14/2016 8:00:00 AM -07:00

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5th Annual Know Your Deen Competition

4/30/2016 12:00:00 PM -07:00

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Refocused for Ramadan

5:30 PM Friday Night Cookout Begins 7:20 PM Maghreb Prayer followed by Main Program with Shaykh Rami Nsour With Ramadan being less than 3 months away now is the time to start getting ready! Join for what is sure to be a highly informative and inspring talk by Shaykh Rami Nsour to help us get the most out of Ramadan. We will also be hosting a cookout at ICC beforehand starting at 5:30 PM inshaa Allah.

4/29/2016 5:30:00 PM -07:00

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ICC 2016 Brother's Tent Camp

Location: Usery Mountain Regional Park (East Mes a, just 45 minutes from ICC) FOR: Brothers ages 14 and up (13 and under must come with a parent or an adult relative) $50.00/person $45.00/person for ICC Members Meals Included Registration Deadline: Wednesday, April 20th 2016 For more information: 480-818-4853

4/24/2016 12:00:00 AM -07:00

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MY Revive: Monthly Youth Qiyam

MAS Youth Revive and ICC Present: Beyond Bias: Deconstructing Stereotypes | Monthly Youth Qiyam In an attempt to fight injustice and false stereotypes about Muslims, we must first begin by shifting the way we view others. This event is centered on understanding our own biases and recognizing that the lens through which we each view the world is limited. Join us for a night of self discovery where we as a community, work to identify and overcome the biases that influence the way we treat ourselves and others. Program includes dinner and refreshments, lectures, discussions, group activities, games, and of course, night prayers. Join us for a night of remembrance, thought, and spirituality! Add us on snapchat to follow along with the event throughout the night! Username: mas-az

4/2/2016 8:15:00 PM -07:00

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ICC Family Barbecue & Movie Night

Join us for a barbecue and movie night on Saturday, March 26th! We'll start grilling at 3 PM inshaa Allah (and start serving at 4 PM inshaa Allah) and the movie (The Good Dinosaur) will start at 7 PM inshaa Allah. For the barbecue the cost is $5.00/person and $4.00/person for ICC members. We look forward to seeing you all there!

3/26/2016 4:00:00 PM -07:00

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MY Give: Homeless Care Package Drive & Distribution

MAS Arizona, MSA ASU, ICC Tempe, and ICNA Relief presents this unique opportunity to show your love and compassion to the less fortunate. We will be packaging and distributing care packages for the homeless but first we need to collect all of our supplies! Our list of items for our care package includes toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, baby wipes, tube socks, and reusable water bottle, and maxi pads for females. In addition, we will be collecting and raising funds for the two most important and useful items for the homeless community, one-month bus passes and Payless gift cards for new shoes that fit properly. Our goal is to create 100 men’s and 100 women’s care packages and give extra supplies to a homeless shelter. Below is a list of all supplies we need to collect by March 19th. We are in need of the following donations: 100 Deodorant (Women) 100 Deodorant (Men) 200 Toothbrushes 200 Travel Size Toothpastes 200 Travel Size Baby Wipes 100 Tube Socks (Size 9-11 Women) 100 Tube Socks (Size 10-13 Men) 200 Maxi Pads 200 Grocery Tote Bags 200 Reusable Water Bottle 25 City Bus Passes (Month) 25 Payless Gift Cards All donations can be dropped off at Islamic Community Center of Tempe office. It is our duty not only to help the needy but also to love them for who they are, an important part of our community and what better way to express that love than through meaningful action. We will need lots of help the day of please come and bring your friends, but first things first, we need your supplies! We are also accepting donations to help this cause via mas-az.org.

3/26/2016 12:00:00 PM -07:00

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Movie Night & Discussion: Selma

Please join us as we watch the powerful film, Selma, and follow it up with an enlightening discussion and open reflection session. Free popcorn and concession candies will be provided! Selma is the story of a movement. The film chronicles the tumultuous three-month period in 1965, when Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. led a dangerous campaign to secure equal voting rights in the face of violent opposition. The epic march from Selma to Montgomery culminated in President Johnson signing the Voting Rights Act of 1965, one of the most significant victories for the civil rights movement. Director Ava DuVernay's Selma, tells the story of how the revered leader and visionary Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his brothers and sisters in the movement prompted change that forever altered history.

3/14/2016 5:30:00 PM -07:00

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ICC World Cup Soccer Tournament

For Boys/Men 16 and up. Games start from 11 AM to 3 PM. $10.00 per player, up to 8 players per team. Each team will play a minimum of two 45-minute small-goal 6 aside games. Minimum age: 16 Register and pay at ICC office. Contact: Sofiane 480-818-4853 s.laimeche@gmail.com

3/6/2016 11:00:00 AM -07:00

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Tempe Cares

Volunteer for Tempe Cares! Tempe Cares is the community's signature annual volunteer event, with hundreds of Tempe residents, employees, students, businesses and organizations joining forces to improve the community and show how much they care. A complimentary breakfast will be provided for all volunteers. Registration is required for all volunteers. To register please email us at communityservice@tempemosque.com with your name and phone number, as well as how many people in your family will be volunteering. Children volunteering is at parent’s discretion please note some activities may not be suitable for children.

3/5/2016 7:00:00 AM -07:00

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Breakfast For Syria

Hey everybody! The Islamic Community Center of Tempe, ASU's United Muslim Relief chapter, and the Muslim Student Association of ASU is inviting you and your family to join us for breakfast! On Sunday morning, at 10:30AM sharp, breakfast items like eggs, hashbrowns, pancakes, and other things will be served hot and fresh for you to enjoy. All we ask for you is to pay $15 to contribute towards UMR's goal of providing food, shelter, medicine, and education to Syrian orphans. Hope to see you there! For any questions, please email Muawiya at mshahin@umrelief.org or at 480-299-5954

2/28/2016 10:30:00 AM -07:00

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Community Storytelling: The African American Muslim Legacy

ICC, ISSA-USA, and MSA-ASU invite you to join us for a night in celebration of the African American Muslim legacy as we revisit the African American Muslim narrative by listening to personal stories of those who shaped and continue to influence African-American Muslim history. Our program will feature three community members sharing their stories and reflections as a part of celebrating Black History Month and more specifically, the African American Muslim legacy. We will be blessed with Muslim children and youth sharing snippets and gems about the lives of well prominent African American Muslims such as Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali, and others. Light refreshments will be provided!

2/20/2016 7:45:00 PM -07:00

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Blackamerican Ansar: Connecting Muslim Roots in the Americas

Do you get excited when discussing intersectionality, privilege, and racism? Do you feel a debt to Muhammad Ali and the African-American Muslim community for making the name Muhammad a beloved one to the hearts of millions of Americans? Frustrated by the disappointing stories brought to light by #blackinmsa and the lack of conversation about racism in our communities? Want to know more about Black Muslim history than the name of Malcolm X? Annoyed by lack of representation of Black Muslims in both mainstream media and Muslim conversations? then... THIS IS THE PROGRAM FOR YOU! Thursday, Feb. 18th 2016 - 5:45PM-8:30PM ASU Memorial Union, Cochise 228 Anasazi Brewton, Angelica Lindsey-Ali and Zarinah Nadir -The intersectionality of the Black Muslim experience, highlighting the African-American foundation of the American ummah and the current evolution of a globally representative Black Muslim community -History of the Bahia Muslim slave revolt -#blackinmsa open discussion with audience about race & racism in the American and Muslim context Friday, Feb. 19th 2016 - 6:45PM-9:00PM Islamic Community Center of Tempe Dr. Muna Ali and Dr. Aneesah Nadir -The history of Islam in America and Arizona, discussion of the foundation African and African-Americans laid and the social capital they built that enables Muslims today to call America home. This two-evening program is a collaboration between the Muslim Students Association of ASU, Africa Rises, Arizona Muslim Historical Society, Islamic Community Center of Tempe, Muslim American Society - Arizona, and is a program of Islamic Social Services Association - USA (ISSA-USA)'s Children of Adam Project whose mission is to bring about intragroup understanding to build a better tomorrow.

2/19/2016 12:00:00 AM -07:00

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MAS Youth: Snowboarding Trip!

MAS Youth and ICC Present: Winter Retreat | Snowboarding Trip It's that time of the year again! With the winter snow coming in, it is the perfect opportunity to head to Flagstaff and have some fun in the snow! Like in the past, we plan on carpooling to Snowbowl, AZ Friday night and stay at a nearby Inn in Flagstaff. The trip is 2 days and nights. Tentative Schedule: Friday: 4:30 pm:Leave from MAS AZ & Carpool to Flagstaff 9:00 pm: Check into Hotel 10:00 pm: Lights out Saturday: 7:30 pm: Breakfast 9-5 pm: Snowboard (Read Further for Details) 5-10 pm: Dinner & Free Time 10:00 pm: Lights out Sunday: 9:00 am: Breakfast 10-2 pm: Picnic in Sedona 2-6 pm: Drive Home Snowboarding Details: As a group we will have a 2 hour lesson with certified trainers. Note, as we are heading as a group with different skill levels, we will snowboard in the beginner area. Those who have had experience snowboarding in the past can go to further sections at their own risks (After the group lesson is completed) and must be accompanied with someone. Ticket Prices are $185 and Include the following: -Hotel Expenses -Snowboard Gear (Snowboard & Boots) -Lift Gear -Food -Gas Expenses (Compensates Drivers) Register at the link below! http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=rh9k9dfab&oeidk=a07ec26o3dra0895837 Only participants 18 or older may register and join this trip unless accompanied by a parent/legal guardian.

1/31/2016 12:00:00 AM -07:00

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AZ Cardinals Playoff Viewing

Over the weekend we saw our hometown AZ Cardinals win in dramatic fashion over the Green Bay Packers and this week they have an even bigger game. All brothers are welcome to watch the Arizona Cardinals vs. Carolina Panthers in our youth room on our two giant 48" Sony televisions. The Cards are having a great season and with one more win will be in the Super Bowl, you do not want to miss a great game, tasty food, and even better company! The youth room will be open for the early playoff game when the New England Patriots take on the Denver Broncos as well. The officlal event with refreshments, however, won't begin until the Cardinals game. *This is an all brothers event.*

1/24/2016 4:30:00 PM -07:00

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Fomenting Fear: The US Constitution and the Anti-sharia Campaign

1/23/2016 3:00:00 PM -07:00

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Toward an Islamophobia Free Civil Society

1/23/2016 10:30:00 AM -07:00

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MY Revive: Monthly Youth Qiyam

MAS Youth Revive and ICC Present: Duality: On Being a Young American Muslim | Monthly Youth Qiyam We all are proud Americans through and through while we strive to be devout Muslims. Is there a conflict between our American culture and Islamic ideals? How do we balance being Muslim when some basic values and core practices of our society are by nature antithetical to what pleases Allah (S). Program includes dinner and refreshments, lectures, discussions, group activities, games, and of course, night prayers. Join us for a night of remembrance, thought, and spirituality! Add us on snapchat to follow along with the event throughout the night! Username: mas-az **ICC and MAS Arizona are committed to community partnerships, and join together at every possible opportunity as we envision a more united, intentional community effort. If your organization would like to partner for this event or any other future events please do not hesitate to reach out. **

1/18/2016 12:00:00 AM -07:00

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#BlackLivesMatter Banner Ceremony

Our friends over at Valley Unitarian Universalist Congregation have shown their support for racial justice in many ways, including hanging a banner reading “BlackLivesMatter.” Their banner unfortunately was vandalized twice, and then stolen. Unwavering in their support, they hung a new banner and it too was vandalized. Standing resolute for what they believe in, in support of the BlackLivesMatter movement, and in solidarity with our African American brothers and sisters, they intend to hang a new banner once more. They have invited community faith congregations around the valley to join in support of the cause by attending a brief ceremony planned to hang the new banner. The ceremony will be short and sweet with faith leaders offering brief remarks/prayers. **ICC and MAS Arizona are committed to community partnerships, and join together at every possible opportunity as we envision a more united, intentional community effort. If your organization would like to partner for this event or any other future events please do not hesitate to reach out. **

1/17/2016 2:00:00 PM -07:00

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ICC Community Night:Mawlid of the Prophet

Friday, January 15th, after Isha Prayers (Isha Iqama will be 7:30 PM) Bring your family and friends and join us for a night of inspiring talks, hadith readings, and songs/nasheeds, as we celebrate the life of the Blessed Prophet (PBUH)! Featured Guest: Dr. Meraj Mohiuddin, author of "Revelation" "[This] is the first biography of the Prophet that I've read that brings it all together-there is something in it for everyone; as an instructor, I use it for teaching, and as a student, I use it for study. It is the most important work on the Prophet's life I've come across in the English language. I'm proud to announce that it is the official biography of the Prophet used by the Ella Collins Institute for training future faith providers in the USA." - Imam Suhaib Webb, Ella Collins Institute "Many biographies of the Prophet Muhammad (peace upon him) have appeared in recent years. None, however, display the scholarly depth, methodological precision and factual clarity of Meraj Mohiuddin's ["Revelation"]. Relying on ancient and modern sources, graphs, charts, marginal notes and a moving narration, Mohiuddin rigorously chronicles the life of Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) in a uniquely engaging and informative manner." - Imam Zaid Shakir, Zaytuna College Two attendees will be randomly selected to receive a free signed copy of the book "Revelation"!

1/15/2016 7:30:00 PM -07:00

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Striving For Greatness 2016

Want to get your year off to a great start? Join us on January 3rd at ICC for a night that can help you do so! After Isha we will be starting the night off with a motivational talk, followed by a goal setting workshop for your own personal goals along with your vision for our community! Together we can get ourselves moving towards the best year of our loves Insha'Allah! There will also be light refreshments for everyone to enjoy.

1/3/2016 7:15:00 PM -07:00

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The Prophetic Code | Instructor: Mufti Hussain Kamani

Cosponsored by Muslim Students' Association of Arizona State University In a time where Islamic manners and etiquettes cannot be emphasized enough comes the Prophetic Code seminar. How do we treat our family and the people we regularly interact with? What are some etiquettes we should consider in our everyday dealings? Whether at home, the workplace, school, or at parties how do we socialize with the correct manners? Bring your families, and be a part of this seminar that will look to utilize the Prophetic Code in order to address challenges we face in the 21st century. $35/Person (http://www.qalaminstitute.org/register/) **Friday Khutbah at ICC Tempe will be given by Mufti Hussain Kamani at 12:30 PM and 1:30 PM **Free Friday Night at ICC Tempe: 7 PM to 9 PM **Saturday Seminar at College Avenue Commons (Room 101): 10 AM to 5 PM

12/19/2015 12:00:00 AM -07:00

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Legends: The Legacy of Abu Bakr (ra)

He was given the title of As-Siddiq (The Truthful). His support and love for Prophet Muhammad (S) was unmatched. He was the first Khalifa of the muslims. He’s now buried next to our Rasul (S). How did Abu Bakr (R) become one of the most beloved companions? Class preview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_YPR-DIFE8 Instructor Bio: Mufti Hussain Kamani Mufti Hussain Kamani was born and raised in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. His journey to pursue sacred Islamic knowledge began at age six. By the age of 9, he was able to complete memorization of the Holy Quran. To further advance his study of Islamic Sciences, he later traveled to the United Kingdom and pursued formal Islamic authorizations (ijazahs). For 7 years, Mufti Kamani studied a rigorous curriculum covering the Arabic language and literature, Islamic jurisprudence, Tafseer of the Holy Qur’an, Hadith, Islamic Philosophy, and Aqeedah. Afterwards, he was selected for a post-graduate level course in Islamic Law and Legal Verdicts, which he completed within two years. He later earned his graduate degree in Business Management from the University of Coventry in the UK. Mufti Kamani currently resides in Chicago, IL with his family, where he has served as an Imam for 6 years. He also serves as an instructor for the Qalam Institute, where his class “Prophetic Code” has been studied by thousands. By the grace of Allah, he is the co-founder of KamaniOnline.com, a internationally recognized clothing brand for men’s designer wear. During his pastime he also enjoys jujitsu. https://www.facebook.com/MuftiHussainKamani/

12/18/2015 7:00:00 PM -07:00

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MY Revive: Spirituality in Modern Times

MAS Youth Revive and ICC Present: Spirituality in Modern Times | Monthly Youth Qiyam Together we will learn how we can increase and maintain spiritual nourishment in a time and world where everyone is preoccupied with school, work, family, and other responsibilities. Lets reconnect with Allah (S) and immerse ourselves in His remembrance. Program includes dinner and refreshments, lectures, discussions, group activities, games, and of course, night prayers. Join us for a night of remembrance, thought, and spirituality! Add us on Snapchat to follow along with the event throughout the night! Username: mas-az

12/12/2015 7:00:00 PM -07:00

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City Lights Movie Night

MAS Youth and ICC Present: Please join us as the school year almost comes to a close and enjoy an evening at CityScape Phoenix. There will be an open outdoor skating rink, movies playing, beautiful lights, and great shops, vendors, and restaurants in the area to enjoy. We will be arriving and setting up a large tarp at 5:00pm to reserve a good spot for our group insha’Allah and have fun activities and board games to enjoy before the movies (ice skating also an option!). It will be chilly, we encourage everyone to dress warm and bring pillows or chairs along with blankets to be comfortable for the featured movies. We highly encourage bringing blankets as it will be very busy and we may not be able to lay out the tarps fully. Home Alone II will begin at 6:30pm, followed by Elf, on 4 large outdoor screens for the viewers’ convenience. We will provide hot chocolate, popcorn, and other snacks! The outdoor ice rink will be open from 5-11pm and the cost of admittance w/skate rentals is $15/person but only $12 if you show your student ID. Should be a great, fun-filled night out for you and your family or friends, you do not want to miss this! We will have an optional carpool from ICC because parking is expensive and limited departing at 4:30PM. Sign up for the carpool here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/16Y8PdJ2vgbKoR_jUhvwzu3W6mWktte_i3NXwTyw0l3I/viewform Checkout the main event we are joining here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1621649181448332/

12/10/2015 5:00:00 PM -07:00

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Islamic Community Center of Tempe Fall Family Retreat

Spend a weekend in the beautiful pines of Overgaard, AZ for a fun, educational, and uplifting family retreat! Each family can enjoy their own room for up to 6 people, and then join your Muslim brothers and sisters for khatiras, meals, games, and other activities in the main lodge, dining hall, and the great outdoors! Registration: Before November 1st: $250/family (up to 6 per room) November 1st and later: $300/family (up to 6 per room)

11/29/2015 12:00:00 AM -07:00

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Volunteer Meeting for Prophetic Code Program with Mufti Hussain Kamani

We need volunteers to help coordinate Mufti Hussain's Kamani's visit to ICC on Dec 18th and 19th. The meeting will start after Isha prayers inshaa Allah.

11/25/2015 7:00:00 PM -07:00

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Brothers AZ Cardinals Viewing @ ICC

Last week our hometown AZ Cardinals defeated our biggest rivals and this week we have a big game against another great team. All brothers are welcome to watch the Arizona Cardinals vs. Cincinnati Bengals in our youth room on our two giant 48" Sony televisions. The Cards are having a great season and are on their way to making a deep playoff push, you do not want to miss a great game, tasty food, and even better company!

11/22/2015 6:00:00 PM -07:00

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AN INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT MANAGEMENT

The united Muslim relief (UMR), the UMR-ASU chapter and the Islamic community center (ICC) Invite you to attend a seminar titled "AN INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT MANAGEMENT: The Path to PMP Certification". The seminar will be a two-day session in the weekend: Saturday Oct. 24 | 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Sunday Oct. 25 | 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM REGISTER ONLINE AT: arizonapmp.eventbrite.com For more information see the flyer below or download it here: http://tempemosque.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/PMP-ICC-Tempe.pdf

10/25/2015 12:00:00 AM -07:00

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ICC Community Night || Theme: Hijra of the Prophet

We invite all school levels as well as adults to participate in this wonderful gathering Activities: Qur'an Recitatio/ Nasheed/ Plays/ Performance/ Contests Please Contact ICC to Sign Up as a participant

10/23/2015 7:30:00 PM -07:00

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MY Revive: All Night Qiyam

MAS Youth Revive and ICC Present: In Awe of Allah (S) | Monthly Youth Qiyam Together we will learn how our relationship with Allah (S) can be taken to the next level by studying His beautiful names and attributes. Program includes dinner and refreshments, lectures, discussions, group activities, games, and of course, night prayers. Join us for a night of remembrance, thought, and spirituality! Saturday, October 17, 2015 10:00pm – Fajr Islamic Community Center of Tempe 131 E. 6th Street Tempe, AZ 85281

10/18/2015 12:00:00 AM -07:00

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MY GIVE: Feeding the Homeless

MAS-AZ in association with ICC presents MAS Youth Give: a chance to give back to the community and gain the pleasure of Allah. We will be volunteering at Andre House of Hospitality in Downtown Phoenix from 3:00pm until 7:00pm to prepare and serve hot dinners to the homeless. The amount of volunteers we can bring is limited to 10 members, so sign up quickly! (Volunteers must be at least 14 years old). If you are interested please sign up at: http://icctempe.andrehouse.volunteerhub.com/Events/Event/Summary.aspx?EventID=2249700 Inshallah will be volunteering here every other Saturday, so if you can't make out this time, we will be going again; keep an eye out for an announcement with more details about the date.

10/17/2015 3:00:00 PM -07:00

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Mercy Painting Project

MAS Youth Give, MSA-ASU, and ICC in partnership with Koinonia Clothing Co. and Barrio Nuevo Phoenix present the Mercy Painting Project. As a united group we can help make a difference in the South Phoenix neighborhood. Over the past 7 years, Barrio Nuevo has painted 112 houses for the elderly that are often ignored in this community, at no cost to them. Please find some old painting clothes and join us as we plan to paint a few houses for those in need, a lovely light breakfast and lunch will be provided before we begin and after we finish! Saturday, October 17, 2015 8:00AM – 12:00PM Hermosa Park 2030 E. Southern Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85040

10/17/2015 8:00:00 AM -07:00

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U-turn to Allah: A Seminar on Repentance

10/16/2015 6:30:00 PM -07:00

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Bringing Barakah Into Our Day - Shaykh Ashhar Ali

Shaykh Ashhar will be visiting ICC this Saturday right after Isha prayer and will deliver a lecture titled "Bringing Barakah Into Our Day" En sha’a Allah. Bio of the speaker follows. Bio: SHAYKH ASHHAR ALI grew up in Troy, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit, where, in 1994, he completed the memorization of the Qur’an at eight years of age under Mufti Ahmed Rabbani. He completed his primary education at the International Academy High School in 2004 with an International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma, and subsequently enrolled in the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor to complete a Bachelor’s of Science with a concentration in both Arabic & Islamic Studies, and Biopsychology. He then went on to complete his medical education at Michigan State University in 2012, after which he relocated to Cleveland, Ohio to pursue medical residency in neurology at the Cleveland Clinic. In his high school and college years, Shaykh Ashhar was very active in the community, serving in leadership positions of various youth organizations, teaching Arabic, Hifdh, and Tajweed, and speaking in various local programs and events. It was at this time that he began studying Classical Arabic, Fiqh and other Islamic sciences under local scholars, and sought spiritual guidance from Shaykh Husain Abdul Sattar. In 2008, he began formally studying the Islamic sciences in the Sacred Learning Program under scholars including Mufti Hussain Kamani, Shaykh Khalid Sattar, and Mufti Ahmed Rabbani He currently resides in Cleveland with his wife and 2 children.

10/10/2015 7:55:00 PM -07:00

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Faithful Fellowship: Brothers Gamenight Hangout

Join ICC Faithful Fellowship as we host an exciting brothers gamenight hangout. Alhamdulilah the youth room has some great new games to enjoy. Bring a friend and enjoy great food and even better company!

10/6/2015 5:30:00 PM -07:00

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