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Denver Islamic Society

Welcome to one of Denver's busiest mosques.

2124 S. Birch Street
Denver, CO 80222
Ph. (303) 759-1985

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May
2016

assalaamu alaykum

Guest speaker: Dr. AbdulMawgoud Dardery

President of the Center for Egyptian-American Dialogue (CEAD) Ph.D.

Euro-centrism versus Islamism: University of Pittsburgh, USA

Topic: تحقيق خيرية الامة وأسباب تأخر المسلمين

Achieving the goodness of the Ummah & Analysis of the current Ummah affairs

Date: 5/20 – 5/21

Place: Denver Islamic Society

Program:

  1. Jumaa Sermon
  2. Lecture on Saturday after Maghrib

Sponsors: MAS Colorado Chapter & Denver Islamic Society

6

May
2016

Dear Community, Friends and Neighbors:

The Denver Islamic Society (DIS) cordially invites and welcomes you to our sixth Open House on Saturday, May 21, 2016.

Guest speaker: Dr. AbdulMawgoud Dardery

The activities as part of the event are as follows*:

0230: Registration
0300-0315: Presentation — Islam and Muslims in America
0315-0400: Q&A
0400-0500: Socialisation and networking; henna artist will be present for our female visitors

The DIS staff and the overall Muslim community of Colorado will be honored to have an opportunity to say hello and give you an idea of who we are and what Muslims and Islam are all about.  You will also have an opportunity to network, ask questions and give your support to your fellow Americans during these challenging times.

We look forward to having you and sharing delicious sweets and refreshments with you!

* Subject to change to accommodate time for the mid-afternoon prayer.

15

April
2016

Dear Community, Friends and Neighbors:

The Denver Islamic Society (DIS) is cancelling April Open House Cancelled Due to Project Bad Weather. We cordially invites and welcomes you to our May Open House on Saturday, May 21, 2016.

In the meantime, you are welcome to schedule an individual and groups tour with our office.

The DIS staff  will be honored to have the opportunity to say hello and give you an idea of who we are and what Muslims and Islam are all about.  You will have an opportunity to  ask questions and give your support to your fellow Americans during these challenging times.

We look forward to having you.

 

23

March
2016
Greetings and Peace be upon all of you!
The Denver Islamic Society strongly condemns the heinous terror attacks that claimed the lives of tens of innocent people and left many more injured. 
These attacks took place recently in Turkey and Mali,  and Brussels, Belgium. Our Community feels deeply sorry for such violence and tragedies. We keep all the victims in our prayers as we pray to have a peaceful world, which is full of love and tolerance. 
In peace,

 

DIS Administration

18

March
2016

Dear Community, Friends and Neighbors:

The Denver Islamic Society (DIS) cordially invites and welcomes you to our fifth Open House on Saturday, March 19, 2016.

The activities as part of the event are as follows*:

0230: Registration
0300-0315: Presentation — Islam and Muslims in America
0315-0400: Q&A
0400-0500: Socialisation and networking; henna artist will be present for our female visitors

The DIS staff and the overall Muslim community of Colorado will be honored to have the opportunity to say hello and give you an idea of who we are and what Muslims and Islam are all about.  You will have an opportunity to network, ask questions and give your support to your fellow Americans during these challenging times.

We look forward to having you and sharing delicious sweets and refreshments with you!

* Subject to change to accommodate time for the mid-afternoon prayer.

17

February
2016
AssalamuAlaikum,
    I have reached out to the  Driver License Operations Manager  and I was provide with the link to  FAQ’s on their website. The FAQ’s talk about the use of religious head wear (LAST ITEM IN THE BOTTOM)  in pictures used for Driver License documents.  I have pasted the link below. I hope this helps. Thank you to Driver License Operations Manager, our contact at the DOJ, and DORA Civil Right division  for the swift response .
FOR ALL THE SISTERS WHO WANT TORETAKE THEIR PICTURES TO CONATCT THE DRIVER LICENSE OPERATION, Rosalie J., TO PERSONALLY SCHEDULE THE RETAKE APPOINTEMENT FOR THEM.
Rosalie J.
Driver License Operations Manager
Thank You

13

February
2016

Dear Community, Friends and Neighbors:

The Denver Islamic Society (DIS) cordially invites and welcomes you to our fourth Open House on Saturday, February 20, 2016 between 2:30 pm and 5:00 pm.

The activities as part of the event are as follows*:

0230: Registration
0300-0315: Presentation — Islam and Muslims in America
0315-0400PM: Q&A
0400-0500: Socialisation and networking; henna artist will be present for our female visitors
The DIS staff and the overall Muslim community of Colorado will be honored to have the opportunity to say hello and give you an idea of who we are and what Muslims and Islam are all about. You will have an opportunity to network, ask questions and give your support to your fellow Americans during these challenging times.

We look forward to having you and sharing delicious sweets and refreshments with you!

* Subject to change to accommodate time for the mid-afternoon prayer.

12

February
2016

Assalamu Alaikum and Peace,

 

DIS management learned that Colorado Driver’s License Office located at 14391 E. 4th Ave, Aurora, CO 80011 is FORCING Muslim sisters wearing headscarf to show their EARS for the picture.

We contacted Colorado Civil Rights Division (1560 Broadway, Suite 1050 Denver, CO 80202 Phone: 303-894-2997) and we were advised to encourage all of the sisters subjected to this to fill a complaint with their office.

Also, we contacted the Department of Justice and they assured us that they will look into this and that another community (Sikh) reported the same incident and it was address by DoJ Colorado Office.

 

https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/dora/civil-rights

 

Below is the latest correspondence with DORA OCR

 

Hello,
 

Thank you for contacting the 

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Colorado Civil Rights Division. 

 We are sorry to hear about your situation. We investigate claims of discrimination, and enforce anti-discrimination laws, in the areas of employment, housing and public accommodations. Visit our website to learn more about what we do and who we are:www.dora.colorado.gov/crd.
If you are being discriminated based on a protected class such as race, sex, disability, for example, then complete an intake packet. In order to file a complaint you must complete and submit an intake packet. 
Walk-ins Tuesdays and Thursdays 8:30-2:30.

Administrative Assistant

Colorado Civil Rights Division

 


303.894.2997  |  F  303.894.7830
1560 Broadway, Suite 1050  Denver, CO 80202

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7

January
2016

Dear Community, Friends and Neighbors:

The Denver Islamic Society (DIS) cordially invites and welcomes you to our third Open House on Saturday, January 16, 2016 between 2:30 pm and 5:00 pm.

The activities as part of the event are as follows:

0230: Registration
0300-0315: Presentation — Islam and Muslims in America
0315-0400PM: Q&A
0400-0500: Socialisation and networking; henna artist will be present for our female visitors

The DIS staff and the overall Muslim community of Colorado will be honored to have the opportunity to say hello and give you an idea of who we are and what Muslims and Islam are all about.  You will have an opportunity to network, ask questions and give your support to your fellow Americans during these challenging times.

We look forward to having you and sharing delicious sweets and refreshments with you!

10

December
2015

Dear Community,

The Denver Islamic Society (DIS)  invites and welcomes you to our  second  Open House planned for Saturday December 19, 2015 from 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm.

 

The DIS staff will be  glad to have the opportunity to say hello and give you an idea of who we are and what Muslims and Islam are all about. You will have the opportunity to network , ask questions, give your support to your follow Americans during this difficult time.

 

We look forward to have you and share with you  delicious sweets and refreshments.

 

DIS Management,