Author Archives: Majid

Sarbong, An Evening with Music and Poetry

ICCNC: Sarbong is An Evening with music and poetry That by Abolhassan Mokhtabad Researcher in historical Iranian music and journalist of art and culture Will be held the fourth Saturday of every month. Research presentations with sound and live performance resent the example of the great works of music history. Introducing the leading figures in the music of the region along with an analysis ...

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Interview with Sufi Scholar, Dr. Seyyed Hossein Nasr

  ICCNC:Inside Islam’s Colin Christopher recently sat down with Dr. Seyyed Hossein Nasr, Professor of Islamic Studies at The George Washington University. Born in Iran in 1933, Dr. Nasr studied metaphysics, geology, and philosophy at MIT and received his doctoral degree from Harvard University in the history of science and learning. A polyglot and author of over 50 books, Dr. Nasr is ...

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How a Small Group Can do The Best Work

ICCNC: The 19th of May 2016 was for Iranian people a good day, especially those who live in California. Several months of effort went into the success at the end of the day. Teachers, students and others from Iranian communities proved to California Department of Education that  the Persian Gulf should not be called the Arabic Gulf. A historic name ...

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Anti-Muslim Hate Crimes in the U.S. Rose by 67 Percent in 2015

ICCNC:Hate crimes against Muslims in the United States rose by 67 percent in 2015, according to an FBI crime report released Monday. The bureau’s Uniform Crime Report documented a total of 5,850 hate-crime incidents reported in 2015 overall—a 6 percent increase from the 5,479 incidents reported the previous year. Of these incidents, 257 of them were classified as anti-Muslim hate crimes, a ...

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We Are the Bridge:Third Biennial Interfaith Art Exhibition in ICCNC

Iccnc:“We Are the Bridge” Third Biennial Interfaith Art Exhibit, May 2- June 30, 2015. That was an exhibition of local and national artists coming together to showcase compelling works around the the theme of“We Are the Bridge” while furthering interfaith understanding and respect.  This exhibition symbolizes our commitment to the arts and interfaith relationship building. The opening reception of the ...

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Overflow Crowd in Cotati Opposes Acts of Hatred Against Muslims

ICCNC: Supporting people of different religions , or of none,  in Cotati to come together to oppose hatred directed at Muslims was a good reflection on local media.  Reporter Press democrat’s website wrote:It’s been a long time since a crowd stretched out the door of the former Cotati Cabaret nightclub, home now to the Congregation Ner Shalom synagogue. It happened Sunday in ...

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