Category: Muslim Scouting

Scout Jumuah 2017

Every year young scouts get together to learn and celebrate the differences we all have. Of these differences, religion plays a big part. Christian scouts celebrate Scout Sunday and Jewish scouts celebrate Scout Sabbath, both in respect to their religious days of the week. So what about Muslim Scouts? While not yet recognized by BSA, […]

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2016 Scout Iftar

As-Salamu Alaikum Brothers and Sisters, Ramadan Mubarak. May Allah (s.w.t.) grant us the opportunity to reap the blessings of the holy month by re-connecting with Quran, re-evaluating ourselves spiritually and revive the bonds with family, friends and the greater community. Ameen. In order to convey the true message of peace, diversity and unity of Muslims […]

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Scouts in the News: Muslim Scouts pursue an American tradition

The Washington Post featured an amazing article today that follows Scouts from the ADAMS Islamic Center as they go camping, work on merit badges, and discuss what it means to be Muslims in America. From the article: “Scouting embodies a tradition of self-reliance and social improvement that migrated from Britain more than a century ago. Norman Rockwell […]

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