American Muslims Launch Special Fund for the Benefit of Ft Hood Attack Victims


Source: ISNA

(Plainfield,IN – November 08, 2009) The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) today announced the launch of a special fund for the benefit of the families of the victims of the senseless Ft. Hood attacks that killed 13 soldiers and injured over 30 others. Recognizing the important sacrifices made by our soldiers and their families, we feel it is imperative for all Americans to join hands in supporting those affected by this tragic incident.

ISNA is collaborating with various national Muslim and interfaith organizations on this humanitarian initiative and mosques throughout the country are expected to join fellow Americans in contributing to help the families of the victims.

Donations may be made to “Fort Hood Family Fund” and sent to ISNA headquarters (P. O. Box 808, Plainfield, Indiana 46168), or donate online:

ISNA is the largest Muslim umbrella organization in the United States and Canada, and its mission is to provide a common platform for presenting Islam, supporting Muslim communities, developing educational, social and outreach programs, and fostering good relations with other religious communities, and civic and service organizations.

Louay Safi, Director
ISNA Communications and Leadership Development


One Comment

  1. This Islamic fund for the benefit of soldiers and families of those suffering from the Ft. Hood massacre is  surely a natural and true expression of compassion that is among the Muslims who see all people as fellow creations of god.   May we  also see in the muslim liturgy a commitment to the true teaching; that god loves all of his creations and that men are not means to some other end as Hassan apparently believed but was never dissuaded in his daily devotion or as he praised god while killing us.


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