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ICCF Celebrates Eid Al-Fitr on Tuesday, August 30

Eid Mubarak!

Based on confirmed sighting of the new crescent moon in South America, the Islamic Center will celebrate Eid ul Fitr tomorrow Tuesday, August 30th.Join us for Eid Prayers, Takbeers will start AT 7:30 am, Eid prayer 8:00 AM and will be followed by community breakfast.

May God bless you all

Valley Islamic leader talks about Ramadan

By Ron Orozco / The Fresno Bee

The Islamic holy month of Ramadan – the Muslims’ period of daily fasting from sunrise to sunset for 29 to 30 days – is just around the corner.

Ramadan begins each year the day after the first sighting of the crescent moon by the naked eye. is projecting the first sighting will be Sunday, which means Ramadan would start Monday.

Ramadan has evolved in the central San Joaquin Valley. Mosques hold community events throughout the month. The events feature meals to break the day’s fast together and speakers to address Ramadan and fasting.

The special gatherings will begin at the Islamic Cultural Center of Fresno with the “Ramadan Night of Spirituality” at 6:30 p.m. Friday at the center, which is at 2111 E. Nees Ave. And the Muslim youth organization My Deen will host “Iftar for Non-Muslim Friends and Family” at 7 p.m. next Saturday at its headquarters, 1306 W. Herndon Ave.

The Bee recently caught up with Imam Seyed Ali Ghazvini of the Islamic Cultural Center of Fresno to find out more about Ramadan, the Quran and Islamic beliefs. Read Entire article


Interfaith Scholar Weekend, Feb 10-12, 2012

The Islamic Cultural Center of Fresno will host the opening lecture of the Annual Interfaith Scholar Weekend (Feb 10 @ 7:PM). This year’s scholar will be Dr. Rita Nakashima Brock, Founding Director of Faith Voices for the Common Good.  Her topic for the ISW: “Saving Paradise in This World”.

Since 1998, the Fresno Interfaith Scholar Weekend has brought a renown scholar from one of the represented religious traditions to Fresno for a weekend of lectures and events on topics of interest to interfaith audiences.  During the weekend participants also gain spiritual enrichment from learning  and worshiping together with people from varied faith communities,  Read more about Fresno Interfaith
Scholar Weekend here

The Saturday and Sunday lectures are scheduled as below:

Saturday, February 11, 9:00 AM, Temple Beth Israel

Registration for Saturday Lecture: $40 in advance, $45 walk in (Students $10)

Sunday, February 12, 10:00 AM, First Congregational Church

No registration needed for Friday or Sunday

For more information check or call (559) 435- 2690