“Let there arise among you a group of people, inviting all to that which is good, enjoining what is right and forbidding what is wrong.” (Quran, 3:104).

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Islam has empowered women spiritually, intellectually, and socially, and has given them the responsibility to shape future generations. ICNA Sisters were established on July 9th, 1978 to carry out this responsibility given to them by Allah SWT.









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Youth Development

MCNA is a pioneering national children’s organization that caters to the instruction and development of Muslim children in North America. 


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ICNA Sisters is one of the most active and dynamic tarbiya programs in America, and aims to cater to the spiritual and educational needs of our sisters. They offer their programs in both English and Urdu, and have regular classes online, and on-site in many cities, that emphasize the study of the Quran and teachings of Islam. They also have a branch for youth, and an outreach for non-Muslims. As someone whose family has been associated with ICNA since my own childhood, I can testify to the impact of this organization and its efficiency in helping sisters develop a closer relationship to their religion. I have no hesitation in encouraging anyone who is interested in joining ICNA sisters, or volunteering with their time and financial help, in this noble cause.

Sheikh Yasir Qadhi

ICNA sisters are the backbone of the incredible work of ICNA as a whole, and that is in so many ways due to the regularity and rigor of their educational programs. I’m always so impressed by their consistency and dedication

Omar Suleiman

They recognized the potential for early character formation and religious education, which led them to develop a cohesive and purposeful educational curriculum for children ages 5-11. Similarly, Young Muslims Junior (YMj) allowed for a similar program that caters to the unique needs of ages 11-14. The sincerity, hard work, and creativity of the ICNA sisters created an enormous impact by providing a stronger foundation for those children’s futures. I personally saw these programs change the lives of children and their families in cities and towns across America. I see a bright future for this movement and pray to Allah (swt) to allow keep our sisters sincere to this cause and give them success in their goals. Ameen.

Javaid Siddiqui

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