Message from the Secretary General
The Islamic Society of North America has served the Muslims of this continent for well over forty years. During this period ISNA has provided many invaluable services to the Muslim community of North America. Most manifest of course, is the ISNA Annual Convention, which, since its very inception has been a meeting place of people and ideas. In addition to building bridges of understanding and cooperation within the diversity that is Islam in America, ISNA is now playing a pivotal role in extending those bridges to include all people of faith within North America.
Less well known, and yet critically important are our efforts that go beyond the Muslim community in North America to include projects that are often more humanitarian than theological, more global than national, and altogether more complex and nuanced. These include efforts to stop the human tragedy in Darfur, for instance, or to alleviate the plight of those hit by the Tsunami in South East Asia, or to work with state and civic structures in addressing the challenges that Muslims in the West face.
Your membership in ISNA helps keep our vision alive, and your contributions, both material as well as moral, help sustain the projects so vital to our survival and development in this part of the globe.
We thank you for your support in the past, and count on even greater support for our future projects.