ISNA statement, released on July,
ISNA statement, released on July, 04th 2016:
“ISNA is excited to welcome back Dr. Tariq Ramadan to our annual ISNA Convention. Dr. Ramadan is an important voice in the global Muslim community and his contributions and scholarship are well known far and wide.
As many of you know, Dr. Ramadan sent an open letter to the ISNA leadership a few years ago, posing some very important questions to the ISNA leadership and Muslim community. Since then, ISNA leadership has reached out to Dr. Ramadan and fruitful discussions have taken place. These discussions raise important topics about our course moving forward. We feel that the best place to discuss these important topics is at a platform like the ISNA Convention with the community at large and leading Muslim thought leaders.
We look forward to having him and all of you join us at this year’s ISNA Convention, and pray that we have beneficial discussions and sessions that will help steer us to the best course for our American Muslim community.”
02nd September: Plenary Session 3 Overcoming Adversity: Turning the Tides of Faith [08h30pm – 10h30pm]
03rd September: IIIT “Current scholarship on fiqh al-muwatanah and notions of citizenship in contemporary Islamic thought” [12h00am – 01h00pm]
03rd September: IIIT Award ceremony and memorial lecture “Quest for Meaning and/or Radical Reform” [06h15pm -07h30pm]
03rd September: Plenary Session 10 Saturday Night / State of ISNA Convention Theme: Turning Points: Navigating Challenges, Seizing Opportunities [08h00pm -11h00pm]
04th September: MSA session: “Resistance: Combatting Oppression, Inspiring Action” [02h00pm – 03h15pm]
04th Septembre: Plenary Session 16 Seizing Opportunities [04h45pm – 05h45pm]
2 (Friday) - 5 (Monday) CHICAGO
Donald E. Stephens Convention
Ctr. 5555 N. River Road Rosemont, IL 60018 Chigago
Islamic Society of North America