The Islamic Cultural Center of Fresno (ICCF) is once more holding a photo competition during the holy month of Ramadan (July 10- August 8, 2013).
The entry is free and open to public; however, judges will consider ten extra points for submissions by seniors and youth under 18. There is no fee for entering; we only ask that you read and agree to our terms and conditions by clicking on Terms and condition.
There will be 4 themes to choose from: 1) ICCF & Islamic Faith, 2)ICCF & respect for other faiths, 3)ICCF & Muslims’ culture, 4)Unity & Diversity at ICCF.
Thanks to all those who submitted artistic pictures for this week. We received so many great photos and the winner for this week is Shammah Ortiz. Do you want to participate in the contest? you have only ONE more weeks ahead. So Grab your camera and come to ICCF to win $100.
The entry is free and open to public, however, judges will consider ten extra points for submissions by seniors and those under 18. There is no fee for entering; we only ask that you agree to our terms and conditions by clicking on Photo contest terms
On July 24, 2013, the Muslim Community at the Islamic Cultural Center of Fresno
hosted leaders from the Roman Catholic Diocese and United Christian Church of Fresno. The three communities joined in the spirit of brotherhood to share a meal together during the month of Ramadan while Muslims fast. Imam Seyed Ali Ghazvini, Bishop Ochoa and Rev. Natalie Chamberlain exchanged words of peace and unity toward all three communities. It was the second visit of the
Bishop to ICCF. Bishop Ochoa from The Roman Catholic Diocese of Fresno insisted on striving towards peace and getting together in order to get to know each other and to build the God’s family.