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Fresno Bee Article About Ramadan at ICCF

Reza Nekumanesh, manager of Islamic Cultural Center of Fresno (ICCF) in northeast Fresno: “Iftar — when Muslims gather after sunset for shared dinners following required fasting during Ramadan — is a perfect time for non-Muslims to get better acquainted with their Muslim neighbors.”

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Ramadan Mubarak!!


Due to confirmed crescent sighting reports, ICCF declares that tomorrow, Thursday June 18, is the first day of Ramadan. 

Ramadan is the 9th month in the lunar calendar.  It is observed by Muslims as the holiest month of the year and they spend it in fasting, prayer, charity, and community gathering.  During the day, from approximately 2 hours before sunrise until 13 minutes after the sun sets, observant Muslims refrain from drinking, eating, and sensual activities.  During the nights, they gather with friends and community to break the fast, recite Holy Qur’an and perform other prayers and rituals. 

Islamic Cultural Center of Fresno’s 2015 Ramadan Art Contest


The goal of this art contest is to beautifully portray the love and mercy of Islam using art.  This contest is open to all members of the public.

Form can be found here:

Art Contest Rules

Entries will be assigned to the following categories

 Category 1:

Ages 18 and above-  prize:  $1500.00 & Plaque.

  Category 2:  

Ages 12-17-  prize:   $500.00 & Plaque.

 *If there are two winners, for each category, they will share the monetary prize.

     Contest Rules:

Each submission must be on 16×20 to 24×36 paper, canvas, or other material. 
There can be no depictions of nudity, vulgarity, or anything that warrants disrespect of Muslims or any other group of people.

 The theme of this contest is the Prophetic tradition of Holy Prophet Muhammad (s) who said; “Give charity to the poor and needy.” This statement must be written or printed on the artwork itself or on a label on the artwork. It must be in this form:

“Give charity to the poor and needy!” -Prophet Muhammad   

Submissions MUST be received by July 12th at: 

The Islamic Cultural Center of Fresno    2111 E. Nees Ave. Fresno, CA 937

Questions directed to (559)297-9535 or [email protected]


Winners will be announced at our Eid Prayer service on Saturday, July 18th at 8:00AM.

Winners do not have to be present to collect prize. Winning art will be labeled and displayed at the Center.

All submissions become property of the Islamic Cultural Center of Fresno.

Staff or board members of ICCF or their families are not eligible to enter this contest.

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