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The Muslim Lit Festival & Book Fair

The Muslim Lit Festival & Book Fair

Book your way around the world with us! We’d love to talk about books, writing, and publishing (the list goes...
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Response to Recent Threats

Response to Recent Threats

We at ISGP are deeply saddened and concerned by the recent threats directed at our community members. Our primary concern...
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ISGP Annual Picnic August 26th, 2023

ISGP Annual Picnic August 26th, 2023

Join ISGP for our annual Picnic! There will be food, Games and fun for everyone! Refer to the flyer for...
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Our Story

In the early 1970s the Portland immigrant Muslim community was relatively new to the area. It was small, dispersed, and without a mosques. Muslims tended to socialize primarily within their individual ethnic groups. In 1975, five young Pakistani families with small children began meeting bi-weekly to study the Qur’an and talk about practicing Islam within an American context. They also got together for tennis and shared many meals. Through these gatherings they sought to deepen their own religious commitments and to instill Islamic values in their American-born children. This was also a way for them to bring the comforts of their cultural traditions to their American homes and children. The adults had grown up Muslim, but had not formally studied Islam. 

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Islam is the know how to pursue pleasure rationally encounter consequences that are extremely painful again is there anyone who loves or pursues or desires to obtain pain of itself

Hajj dinner

Hajj Dinner

Every year once Hujjaj return after undertaking their spiritual journey ISGP organizes a Hajj dinner in their honor.

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Eid Picnic/Festival

In order to help raise the spirit of our beloved holiday, we host 1-2 of these every year.

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Ramadan Community Iftars

ISGP hosts 2 large iftars every Ramadan to bring the community together and break fast.

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