Islamic Cultural Association

Clarion Project
Article Source: Clarion Project

Article Source: Clarion Project

The Islamic Cultural Association (ICA) has a history dating back to 1987 [1]. ICA is affiliated with Muslim Brotherhood groups.  Following allegations of public corruption over the sale of a property to the ICA, it was revealed that ICA has direct ties to the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and the North American Islamic Trust (NAIT) [3].

One of the Board Members of ICA, Asim Khan [4] served as the New Jersey chapter president for the Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA), a group that promotes Islamic domination all over the world and unremitting anti-Semitism [5]. ICNA was identified as a Muslim Brotherhood entity from evidence presented at the Hamas fundraising trial of the Holy Land Foundation [6].



[1] Islamic Cultural Association website, “History,” Accessed July 2018, https://ica-mi.org/history

[2] Islamic Cultural Association website, “Mission,” Accessed July 2018, https://ica-mi.org/mission

[3] Press Release, “New Evidence of Corruption Involving Sale of Farmington Public Schools Property to the Islamic Cultural Association,” Thomas More Law Center, August 10, 2012, https://www.thomasmore.org/press-releases/new-evidence-corruption-involving-sale-farmington-public-schools-property-the/

[4] Islamic Cultural Association website, “Board of Directors,” Accessed July 2018, https://ica-mi.org/committees/

[5] “ISNA, NAIT Seek to Edit History,” Investigative Project on Terrorism, June 19, 2008, https://www.investigativeproject.org/691/isna-nait-seek-to-edit-history

[6] Svirsky, Meira “Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA),” Clarion Project, January 17, 2013, https://clarionprojstg.wpengine.com/islamic-circle-north-america-icna/