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Condolences, Prayers and Support After Boston Marathon and JFK Library Explosions
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Islamic Speakers Bureau-DFW (ISB-DFW) along with the Dallas Muslim Community are deeply saddened by the tragic occurrences at the Boston Marathon and JFK Library. We stand in solidarity with our fellow Americans in expressing our outrage for the horrific explosions earlier today that left at least three dead and dozens injured. Our prayers and thoughts go out to the victims and their families, to the marathon organizers, runners and fans, and to the Boston community at large. (Read More..)

ISB-DFW Statement on the Tragedy in Newtown Connecticut
December 15, 2012

Islamic Speakers Bureau-DFW (ISB-DFW) joins fellow Americans throughout the nation to express grief and sympathy for the parents and families of victims of the horrific shooting incident that took place on Dec 14, 2012 at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. We express our sorrow at the willful violence that stole away their loved ones and destroyed the hope of so many futures yet to come. We stand with our fellow Americans in this time of crisis and loss and as a faith-based community we turn to God and seek His Mercy and Comfort for the victims, their families and our nation in this heart-wrenching time. (Read More..)

ISB-DFW Statement On Violence In Libya and Egypt
September 12, 2012
Islamic Speakers Bureau-DFW condemns in the strongest possible terms the extremist attacks on U.S. diplomatic compounds in Libya and Egypt on Tuesday, September 11th, one of which killed U.S. ambassador to Libya Christopher Stephens along with three of his staff members. The parties responsible for these events in both nations claimed to be reacting to an online film considered offensive to Islam. (Read More..)

ISB-DFW Commemorates 911; Shares in the Grief of the Nation
September 11, 2012
In commemorating the eleventh year anniversary of September 11 2001, Islamic Speaker's Bureau-DFW (ISB-DFW) and the Muslim community in Dallas/Fort Worth, join fellow Americans of all beliefs and backgrounds to share in the grief of the nation and look for opportunities to learn and grow from it. We express sympathy and extended prayers for the victims of injustice and tyranny, wherever they might be. (Read More..)

American Muslims Stand with Sikhs After Wisconsin Shootings
August 5, 2012
Islamic Speakers Bureau-DFW, joins American Muslims throughout the nation today to express grief for the tragic incident that took place this morning, August 5th 2012, in Wisconsin. According to reports at least seven people, including a gunman shot by a police officer, were killed Sunday in an attack on worshippers at a Sikh temple in the Milwaukee suburb of Oak Creek. (Read More..)

IMANA-DFW Partners with ISB-DFW to promote better understanding of Islam and Muslims amongst Physicians
July 23, 2012

IMANA-DFW has partnered with Islamic Speakers Bureau-DFW to provide Healthcare training that will reach doctors, nurses, and hospital chaplaincy programs, as they are at the fore front of interaction with American Muslim patients. (Read More..)

ISB-DFW Celebrates 4th of July
July 4, 2012
Independence Day provides us an opportunity to reflect on our nations' rich history while also celebrating our 236th birthday this year. On this occasion all of us at the Islamic Speakers Bureau (ISB) wish you all a great and happy Fourth of July holiday. On July 4th, ISB will join fellow Americans of all beliefs and backgrounds to celebrate freedom and liberty. (Read More..)

ISB-DFW Statement on the Tragedy in France - NOT in our Name
March 22, 2012
The recent killings in Toulouse, France are an atrocity of the highest order. Deliberately stalking, hunting, and shooting teachers and children is a crime that deserves nothing but the deepest condemnation. The Islamic Networks Group (ING.ORG) and its affiliates, including the Islamic Speakers Bureau-DFW (ISB-DFW), join the rest of America in expressing our sorrow and sympathy to the victims, their families and friends, to the Jewish community, and to the nation of France. As American Muslims, we would like to express our outrage over these senseless killings. (Read More..)