OHIO - First State to Give "Full Recognition" to American Muslims

The State of Ohio has become the first state in the United States to proclaim an annual "Islamic Day" following resolutions of both the Ohio Senate and House of Representatives (H.B. 280). The bill establishes October 30 as the annual date. It was reaffirmed and signed by Governor Voinovich. [The bill was the result of efforts of the Islamic Council of Ohio and its coordinator, Mr. Bashir Ahmad.]

AMC Report, Spring 1992.










The Islamic Bulletin
P.O. Box 410186, San Francisco, CA 94141-0186

September 1992
Safar 1413
Note from the Editors
Appeal to the Readers
Islam in Prison
Muslims Teach
in Church
Libraries Receive Qu'rans
Ohio, "Islamic Day"
Why I Embraced Islam
Islamic Dietary Laws
Prayer (Salat)
Women in Islam
The Kid's Corner
Qur'anic Miracles
The Prophet Ya'qub (Jacob)
Stories of the Sahabah
Sayings of the Prophet
Awards Ceremony