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Announcements:
Jummah Khutabah will be conducted by the Professor Alim From States.
We request you all to join hands to fight the pandemic and support the needy.

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Mission Statement

Islam is monotheistic religion teaching that there is only one incomparable God – Allah and that Muhammad is the messenger of God. It is the world’s second-largest religion and the fastest-growing major religion in the world. Islam teaches that God is merciful, all-powerful and unique.

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Islam is monotheistic religion teaching that there is only one incomparable God – Allah and that Muhammad is the messenger of God. It is the world’s second-largest religion and the fastest-growing.

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About the Islamic Center of Santa Ana

About the Islamic Center of Santa Ana The Islamic Center of Santa Ana’s (ICSA) was established by a dozen Muslim families who escaped from war-ravaged Vietnam and Laos and the killing fields of Cambodia to the U.S. in search of new lives and religious freedom in the early 1980. In the early days, it was known as the Indo-Chinese Muslim Refugee Association. After 35 years, the community yearned for a larger facility and parking spaces. After many years of searching, ICSA’s leadership finally bought an abandoned building located at 1610 E. 1 st Street, Santa Ana with a price tag of $2.6 million dollars.

The Heart of the Community

After scraping every penny to raise $1 million from within the community to close the escrow in September 2016, community members transformed the beaten-up building into a beautiful masjid. Eight months later, ICSA opened its doors for Ramadan 2017.

Open Arms

Hosting its first iftar with Latino-Muslims generated widespread media attention due to the Taco-Truck- At-Every-Mosque initiative. ICSA also sponsored the Humanitarian Day to help the homeless in downtown Santa Ana, the Food Pantry Program for needy Muslim families and the Spanish-language Jumah, a unique collaborative program with the local Latino Muslim community.

Building Togetherness

ICSA serves as multi-cultural center with worshipers from all walks of life, professional Muslims who work in the area, Muslims from Southeast Asia and Latino Muslim Community; sponsoring social programs to serve the under-served and low income, Muslims and non-Muslim families alike. ICSA will continue to serve making society a better place to live.
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Pillars of Islam

  • Shahadah
    (Faith)
  • Salah
    (Prayer)
  • Sawm
    (Fasting)
  • Zakat
    (Almsgiving)
  • Hajj
    (Pilgrimage)
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Board Members

Abdullah Hassan

President Of ICSA

Mr. Abdullah Hassan was born and raised in Cambodia with five brothers and one sister.  He escaped the war in Cambodia and migrated to the US in 1980, earned Electronics Technology degree 1993 and Microsoft certified  system Engineering (MCSE) 1996. Currently, he is an in-flight entertainment systems specialist with Panasonic Avionics Corporations in Lake Forest California.  While visiting his parents in Malaysia in 1990 he met his wife Rohanie and have three beautiful children: Chami who hold Master degree in Biomedicine at University of  Washington; Mohamad is pursuing Bachelor at Evergreen University in Olympia; and Nurhaliza is pursuing for Bachelor at Cal state Fullerton California.

Vice President

Vice President Of ICSA

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Muhammad Sman

Secretary Of ICSA

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MS. HALIMAH (HOLLY) SEN

Treasurer of ICSA

Halimas “Holly” Sen is a wife, mother, and daughter to the founding member of the Islamic Center of Santa Ana. Acting as the treasurer on the Board of Directors for many years, Halimas’ role goes beyond managing the finances of the community. She is a proud promoter, fundraiser, and ambassador of ICSA and finds joy in volunteering her Fridays at Jummua prayer, organizing food sales with the wonderful sisters of our community. She has built a strong reputation as a resilient and important figure, in the foundation of our community. She is loved by her husband Alan, her four children, Reyan, Sarina, Saleem and Sophy, and her two grandchildren, Yasmeen and Yousef.

MR. REFY SOS

(Vice Principal of Islamic Weekend School)

Mr. Refy Sos was born and raised in Cambodia. He came to the U.S. in 2002 and has been a member of ICSA since then. He used to teach at the Islamic Weekend School (IWS) and now he is the Vice Principal at ICSA. He enjoys working in his professional career as well as and tending to the mosque in all capacity from cleaning and to organizing community events. Refy graduated from California State University, Long Beach with BS in Electrical Engineering.

IMAM GHAZALI

Imam

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