Speaker: Dr. Khaled Abou El Fadl
Unlimited Popcorn and Fun at 1st Family Movie Night
More than 120 people, including kids and adults, joined us last Friday at our first ICSC Family Movie Night for a screening of Disney’s “The Jungle Book.” Smiles filled the faces of children and adults alike as they adventured through the world of Mowgli and Baloo here in the comfort of the Islamic Center. “I...
Human Nature and the Stories of the Prophet
Speaker: Dr. Gasser Hathout
In Solidarity: 8 Weeks of Shabbat
On March 3, more than a dozen Muslims gathered to attend Shabbat at IKAR as part of the Islamic Center’s initiative “8 Weeks of Shabbat.” In light of recent attacks against the Jewish-American community, the Islamic Center has coordinated visits to 8 local synagogues and community centers. In these visits, Muslims will attend Shabbat services...
Speaker: Tarek Shawky
Taking a Stand Against Anti-Semitism
The Islamic Center of Southern California expresses solidarity with our Jewish brethren in light of increased acts of vandalism and bomb threats made against Jewish community centers, cemeteries and synagogues here in Southern California and around the nation. Since January, more than 70 synagogues and Jewish community centers around the country have been targeted with...
Why We Encounter Trials in Life
Speaker: Hassan Zeenni
The Virtue of Accountability
Speaker: Dr. Saleh Kholaki
The Truth of Islam Will Prevail
Speaker: Salam Al-Marayati
Los Angeles Will Protect Muslims if Necessary
Feb 9, 2017 - COURTHOUSE NEWS SERVICE - Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday voted to draft an ordinance barring city employees from cooperating with the federal government if President Donald Trump creates a Muslim database. Councilman Paul Krekorian proposed the draft ordinance and the council passed the motion at a morning meeting in City Hall. The council also asked Los Angeles Police Department and the city attorney to report on hate crimes against immigrant communities in the city in the wake of Trump’s election.