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An introduction to Islam in Hawaii and Islamic organizations in Hawaii. Includes a directory of resources for Muslims in Hawaii

Muslim Association of Hawaii
Founded in July of 1979 by a group of University of Hawaii students from Afghanistan, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Middle East, and Pakistan as the Muslim Students Association of Hawaii. The organization's name was changed to the Muslim Association of Hawaii in February of 1997. The group is headquartered at the Islamic Center of Hawaii in the Manoa Valley.

History of the Muslim Association of Hawaii
TheMAH dot org is a one page Web site describing the history of the formation of the Muslim Association of Hawaii.

Islam Day in Hawaii - September 24, 2009
State of Hawaii House Concurrent Resolution 100 HD 1 proclaims September 24, 2009 as Islam Day in Hawaii. The first version of the proclamation declared November 21, 2009 as Islam Day in Hawaii because that date is considered by some to be the anniversary of the founding of Islam. The date of Muslim Day in Hawaii was changed to September 24, 2009 after the Muslim Association of Hawaii noted that the Prophet Mohammad migrated to Madinah on September 24th of the Gregorian calendar, so that is a better date to mark the birth of Islam.

Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art
The mission of the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic art is to promote the study and understanding of Islamic arts and cultures. That mission is pursued by the organization by supporting public tours and Islamic awareness activities at Doris Duke's waterfront home in Kahala known as Shangri La and through the New York based Building Bridges Program. The Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art is one of three operation foundations supported by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.

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