June 24, 2017

Eid Mubarak

May 26, 2017

Ramadan Mubarak

  May all of us find peace on this Ramadan. Happy Ramadan Kareem! As you fast and offers prayers to Allah, may you find your peace and happiness. Have a peaceful and happy Ramadan!  
June 2, 2016

Ramadan Arts and Crafts Event

Colorful , creative and cheerful Ramadan craft workshop here at ICNF. Over 50+ enthusiastic kids ages 4-14 yrs participated in getting ready to welcome the blessed month of Ramadan. The crafts included – Ramadan advent calendar with 30 unique good deeds on each day , Dua Pail with duas on popsicle sticks , Masjid Pop-up Ramadan/Eid Cards,Ramadan Journal ,Ramadan Inspiration […]
May 26, 2016

ICNF Celebrates its High School Graduates

Eight Students, four high schools, two key notes, one community. Eight Students graduated from Cambridge High, Roswell High, Johns Creek High, and Milton High. These students were with our community from Infancy. We honor them for their dual dedication to their education and their religion. Three of them have spent Sundays to teaching in our school. Two Keynotes. Br. Zaheer […]
May 26, 2016

Sunday School Graduation 2016

Sunday School graduation is a time for our students to share what they learned in the most entertaining way they can. So join us in this video and see how our students, grades K through 6, embody the religion of Islam and share the fundamentals of our religion with you. Featuring speeches From Dr. Mumtaz, President of ICNF and Dr. […]
May 12, 2016

Ramadan and Quran

On a Saturday afternoon, our guest speaker to ICNF, Maulana Waliullah illustrates the significance of Ramadan & Quran. Through a range of real world examples, he demonstrates how we often fall into the trappings of this world and how perceptions are often skewed by society. Due to our environment, religion is taken for granted and while short-lived worldly gains are […]
May 5, 2016

Civic Responsibility is our Islamic Imperative

Civic engagement goes far beyond voting and showing up to events when called. The fact is that Islam endorses active involvement against injustice not only when it is easy but when its difficult. This past weekend we got a chance to hear from some of the Muslim leaders in civic engagement here in Georgia. Br. Ehab Jaleel demonstrates authentic engagement […]
April 28, 2016

Past, Present, and Future

Friday marks the three month since the hiring of a new ICNF director. The ICNF director’s job was to take on the day-to-day tasks at ICNF utilizing an outlined corporate structure. As we embarked on this new mission we were thrilled to see the response from our community. It was astounding, how many people would be willing to give up […]
April 28, 2016

Confidence on Shaking Ground

Sr Ruwa Romman, a Civil and Human Rights Activist visits ICNF for a workshop entitled “Confidence on Shaking Ground”. She discusses how being a Muslim is still the only straight path despite who tries to shake our foundations in faith. She combats bullying, authority figures intending to bring down our faith, and even friends whose parents don’t understand their child’s Muslim BFF. This […]
April 21, 2016

Transition Workshop

Transitions are difficult. This past weekend our sisters shared with us some of the tips and tricks of going to middle school, high school and college. Getting into the specifics of their own experiences while giving some overarching suggestions when it comes to any transition. Underlining the fact that transitions are part of life. In the video you will learn what to […]
April 21, 2016

Power of Dua

Imam Arshad, from Roswell Community Masjid (RCM), in his talk explains the literal meaning of Dua, the time of day and specific positions in salah when duas are accepted, and the significance of preparation before making dua. He also explains that Allah never leaves a dua unanswered. So you haven’t seen the results of your duas? Watch the video for […]
April 7, 2016

Boys Morning Out

Laughter, the sound of merriment, the kick of a ball, the blow of a whistle, arms around friends; ICNF’s first boys’ morning out began Saturday at 10am. Alhamdullilah, with over 40 players, and 20+ chaperons, ICNF was well represented at Wills Park. The contributions from the ICNF parents helped in keeping our all-stars hydrated and happy while members of the […]
April 7, 2016

Thankfulness Seminar

On Friday, April 1st, after Maghrib salat, Imam Arshad, from Roswell Community Masjid (RCM), delivered a talk on Thankfulness in Islam. Using humor and personal experience, comparing and contrasting the linguistic meaning of being “thankful” in English and Arabic, and bringing into light various duas/prayers that converge into single purpose, Imam Arshad discussed the end result – being content with, […]
March 31, 2016

Inheritance Workshop

Islamic Inheritance is a topic that has very strict rules that we all know about. The knowledge that there are certain rules of inheritance is widespread. Most of us however do not understand the rules complete. Some common misconception is the belief that everything that I have will be given to my family. That is untrue. The belief that everything […]
March 30, 2016

MIST Winners

The Muslim Inter-Scholastic Tournament took place this past weekend and our Milton High team showed they had what it takes. Bringing home over 13 awards including the Best Team Cheer and placing third as the Best Overall Team. MIST was founded in 2002 by a teenage girl in Houston, Texas. It strives to empower high school students to develop confidence […]
March 24, 2016

ICNF Get’s its Report Card

Alhumdulillah, the town hall this past weekend was a resounding success on all fronts. With over 70 brothers and sisters in attendance, the engagement and enthusiasm from the community was tangible as our first town hall commenced on the 20th of March…
March 24, 2016

Ghusul al Mayyit Recap

Truly a memorable seminar for the sisters of ICNF. Throughout the weekend this was the subject of conversation, the event you regret missing. The way Sr. Saffa presented the topic was practical and informative. One such suggestions was to ensure you are informed of your local laws when dealing with a death. For example in Fulton County if a person […]
March 17, 2016

Hungerwalk 5K 2016

Hungerwalk is very important event for us. It brings together 3 faiths. It is a great opportunity to represent Islam. This event is not only for religious purpose but also for charitable purposes. This is one of the 5 pillars of Islam. Allhumdo lila ICNF raised $835 to donate to the Atlanta food bank in effort to fight hunger. It […]
March 8, 2016

Friday Lunch Box Sale

You know the feeling when a community gathers during Ramadan. The wide grinning faces, the noor of sujood, and it goes without saying, the way our faces light up when we see a plate of biryani around iftar time. The Community Activities Committee (CAC) at ICNF has found a way to revive a bit of that spirit every week through […]
March 3, 2016

Guiding Lights … Recap

Alhumdulillah, we had a large turnout over the weekend for the Guiding Lights event conducted by Hafiz Ahmed Ali. The message revolved around the 7th verse of Surah Al-Ahzab: “Oh you who believe, if you help the way of Allah then He (Allah) will help you and make your feet firm.” The Sahabah Ajma’een personified “helping in the way of […]
May 26, 2016

ICNF Celebrates its High School Graduates

Eight Students, four high schools, two key notes, one community. Eight Students graduated from Cambridge High, Roswell High, Johns Creek High, and Milton High. These students were with our community from Infancy. We honor them for their dual dedication to their education and their religion. Three of them have spent Sundays to teaching in our school. Two Keynotes. Br. Zaheer […]
May 26, 2016

Sunday School Graduation 2016

Sunday School graduation is a time for our students to share what they learned in the most entertaining way they can. So join us in this video and see how our students, grades K through 6, embody the religion of Islam and share the fundamentals of our religion with you. Featuring speeches From Dr. Mumtaz, President of ICNF and Dr. […]
May 12, 2016

Ramadan and Quran

On a Saturday afternoon, our guest speaker to ICNF, Maulana Waliullah illustrates the significance of Ramadan & Quran. Through a range of real world examples, he demonstrates how we often fall into the trappings of this world and how perceptions are often skewed by society. Due to our environment, religion is taken for granted and while short-lived worldly gains are […]
May 5, 2016

Civic Responsibility is our Islamic Imperative

Civic engagement goes far beyond voting and showing up to events when called. The fact is that Islam endorses active involvement against injustice not only when it is easy but when its difficult. This past weekend we got a chance to hear from some of the Muslim leaders in civic engagement here in Georgia. Br. Ehab Jaleel demonstrates authentic engagement […]