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The ICNA MAS 36th annual Convention was held

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successfully on May 28 – 30, 2011 at the Hartford Convention Centre in Hartford, Connecticut. This year’s theme was “Quran: Guidance towards a Just and Balanced Way”.

With record attendance, amazing sessions and an incredible bazaar, the weekend provided with unforgettable memories for the attendants. Along with over 50+ breakout sessions and a comprehensive agenda that included keynotes, lectures and hands-on workshops, there was be a cultural bazaar with over 220+ exhibitors in the pavilion, featuring books, hijaabs, clothing, Islamic CD’s and much more at discount prices.

The ICNA-MAS convention is arranged once a year with the participation of world renowned scholars and speakers.

The Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA), having many branches such as ICNA Relief, 877-Why Islam, Young Muslims, the National Shura Council, the Message International, Muslim Alert Network, Muslim Savings and Investments (MSI), is a renowned organization in the American Muslim community.

The Muslim American Society (MAS) is a charitable, religious, social, cultural, and educational organization. MAS offers programs and services that seek to better the individual and in turn, the greater society by imparting Islamic knowledge, promoting community service and more.

For more visit www.icnaconvention.org