AICP Accomplishments

 The AICP strives to teach Islam as well as the importance of functioning within society. Through its many endeavors, the AICP contributes to the well-being of humanity without compromising the values and principles of Islam.

 The AICP sponsors secular and religious education. We have preschools, elementary schools, secondary schools, as well as weekend programs used as a springboard to full-time education. We have also set a goal to enter the university level within the near future.

 The AICP offers Religious education through public and private lessons.

 The AICP. has an internationally circulated magazine and authors and disseminates various books, pamphlets, and other publications through its Islamic Studies and Research Division (I. S. R. D.), دار المشاريع للطباعة والنشر والتوزيع

 The AICP is active on the Internet (http://www.aicp.org) and is considered an authority on genuine Islamic information.

 The AICP has various broadcasting stations transmitting the teachings of Islam, madih (Islamic praises), and pertinent information including the advertising of upcoming AICP events.

 The AICP sponsors events celebrating the Islamic occasions and holidays, bringing the practice of the Religion to the minds of the people.

 The AICP offers summer youth activities, including educational camps and Sports Teams.

 The AICP takes part in conferences and has been internationally invited as guest speakers in the USA, Canada, Europe, Australia, India, and Africa.

 The AICP sponsors scouting programs for boys and girls; social programs and craft programs for women, including luncheons and fashion shows; as well as planning and executing various conferences.

 The AICP has been involved in teaching inmates of correctional institutions at the state and federal penitentiaries throughout the United States. These contributions and benefits have been commended by the Muslim inmates as well as the institutions’ officials.

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