Posts Tagged ‘Zaid Shakir

08
Jan
10

Sorry For being away. Here’s a gift to make it up

So I haven’t updated my blog in about 3 months but inshallah I’ll be better with it from now on.   The past three months have been interesting and I found myself wanting to write on a lot of different occasions, but never got myself to it.  Lately I’ve been thinking about discipline a lot though and may start off with something on that.   or maybe not.

One of the things that has been keeping me busy is a conference that we are planning at the Islamic Center at NYU.  It’s going to take place on Friday, January 22nd and Saturday January 23rd and I am hoping that it’ll become a permanent annual event in NYC inshallah.   We have a good program put together (and hopefully it’ll go up in a few days 🙂 ) and an amazing line of speakers.   The flier is below.  If you’re interested in registering or want more details check out http://www.icnyu.org/conference

We’re trying our best to not turn away anyone for a lack of funds so if you are interested in attending but can’t afford it, just send an email to conference@icnyu.org and we’ll try to work something out.  Also please be mindful that we are limited on our own resources 🙂 so only ask for financial assistance if you really do need it.

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14
Oct
09

Like One Body: A Muslim’s Responsibility to the Ummah

Imam Zaid Shakir and Shaykh Yasir Qadhi will be at NYU this Thursday speaking at an event sponsored by one of our student groups, the United Muslim Association.  More details are below.   Do come by if you are in the area.  Dinner will be served and all proceeds go towards Islamic Relief’s Orphan Fund inshallah




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My name is Khalid Latif. I work as the Executive Director and Chaplain for the Islamic Center at New York University as well as a Chaplain for the NYPD, New York City Police Department.

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