In The Media
Heeding the cries of children
Children of Gaza continue to be killed and we stay oblivious with no tears, no outrage and deafening silence. Why?
Children in Afghanistan die of hunger and disease every day and we stay oblivious. Why?
It's time to stop blaming police for Winnipeg's violent crime
'Our city has declined in care and compassion. Winnipeg is hurting,' says Shahina Siddiqui
Muslim Women Most Impacted by Quebec’s Secularism Laws
Shahina Siddiqui, echoed those same concerns. She told the Washington Report that she is “deeply concerned” about the impact Fatemeh Anvari’s case is having on Muslim girls who are considering the teaching profession in Quebec. “Their future and their confidence in their future has been impacted as well as their freedom of choice,” she said.
Muslim shelter for women, children will be first of its kind in Winnipeg
Shelter, currently in fundraising stage, will be created through partnership between ISSA and Sakeenah Homes
Police say the killing of a Muslim family in London, Ont. was a ‘planned, premeditated act motivated by hate’
A Muslim family out for a Sunday walk at dusk was intentionally run down by the driver of a speeding truck who targeted the family because of their faith,....
Manitoba Muslim community in mourning following London attack
Manitoba’s Muslim community is grieving following the horrific attack in London, Ont., Sunday that killed four members of a Muslim family...
Manitoba's Muslim community is grieving, after a man in a pick-up truck drove into a Muslim family who was out for a walk in London Ontario.
Panel tackles Islamophobia
A panel in Winnipeg worked to address the causes of Islamophobia, and what can be done to solve the issue.
Muslim, Indigenous women find common bonds
ATTENDING each other’s events, learning about each other’s experiences, standing up for each other — these are some of the things Muslim and Indigenous women in Manitoba can do to support each other....
Manitobans mourn victims of 2017 Quebec City mosque shooting in virtual vigil
'This is a way for us to come together to remember, to honour and to reflect,' says Shahina Siddiqui......
Vigil for quebec city mosque shooting
CTV’s Renee Rodgers speaks with Shahina Siddiqui about the anniversary of the Quebec City mosque shooting, and the online vigil in Winnipeg.
Islamic association sponsors anti-racism training workshops
Manitobans concerned about racism in their businesses and organizations are invited to participate in anti-racism workshops sponsored by the Islamic Social Services Association.....
How to Ramadan during COVID-19
Islamic Social Services Association Executive Director Shahina Siddiqui explains how Ramadan celebrations are going digital.
Friday, Apr. 24, 2020
During the pandemic, a very different Ramadan
This year Ramadan starts April 23 and runs for a month. If the pandemic restrictions are not lifted by then, this will be a very different Ramadan than most Canadian Muslims are used to.......