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Mr. Haitham Bundakji Danny

Director

Islamic Society of Orange County

HQ Phone: (714) 531-1722

Islamic Society of Orange County

1 Al Rahman Plaza

Garden Grove, California 92844

United States

Company Description

The Islamic Society of Orange County (ISOC) was established in 1976 , the present facility in Garden Grove is now sprawled across 5.2 acres, includes the full-time accredited preschool , 8 th grade Orange Crescent School (OCS) and is conveniently situated... more

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Background Information

Employment History

President

Islamic Society of Orange County

Chaplain

Garden Grove Chamber of Commerce

Vice Chairman

Islamic Society of Orange County

Vice-Chair

Islamic Society of OC

Muslim Chaplain

Orange County Sheriff's Department

Affiliations

Director
Islamic Center of Orange County , CA.

Web References (19 Total References)


Majlis-e-Shura (Board of Directors) – ISOC

www.isocmasjid.org [cached]

Haitham Bundakji Vice-Chairman


Peace Tour IV - 2006: Lebanon

www.peace-tour.org [cached]

Mr. Haitham Bundakji, board member of the Islamic Center of Orange County, California, and Mr. Mohammed Jodeh of the Colorado Muslim Society are with us.


UPF Field : Middle East 2004

archive.upf.org [cached]

Haitham Bundakji, an American Muslim cleric from Orange County, California, was up front in the al-Aksa Mosque, Friday, when shots rang. The imam just ended his sermon, but there was no mistake about the noise. People were running screaming and then, he said, he saw fire and smoke.

Someone got on to a loudspeaker and called the Israeli policemen to leave, and fear God.
"Allahu Alkbar," God is Great, the caller repeated.
Bundakji, a Palestinian who immigrated to California and became a chaplain at the Garden Grove Police Department, was one of some 80 clerics and laymen from the United States, Canada, and several other countries who came to Jerusalem in an ongoing effort to reconcile the three monotheistic religions.
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Bundakji brought the group there, Sunday.
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Bundakji said young worshippers threw their shoes at the policemen. He said he looked through a window and saw people fall down, injured.
"I saw a lot of blood and I saw a lot of people on stretchers," he said.
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Bundakji said he had tried to talk to an Israeli police captain involved in Friday's clash. Bundakji said he showed his California police card, and smiled.
"Please, may I speak to you," he said he asked.
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I love you," protested Bundakji.
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Jenkins closed his eyes tightly and clasped hands with Salhab and Bundakji.
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Jenkins of the IIFWP and Haitham Bundakji, who is also director of the Islamic Center of Orange County, CA., headed the delegation that included Islamic, Christian and Jewish clergies as well as U.S. senators.
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Bundakji called upon Israel to stop "using force against innocent Palestinians," and called upon Israel and the Palestinians to end "as soon as possible the cycle of violence and get back to peace."


April 4 Pilgrimage to Jerusalem

www.tparents.org [cached]

Haitham Bundakji, an American Muslim cleric from Orange County, California, was up front in the al-Aksa Mosque, Friday, when shots rang. The imam just ended his sermon, but there was no mistake about the noise. People were running screaming and then, he said, he saw fire and smoke.

Someone got on to a loudspeaker and called the Israeli policemen to leave, and fear God. "Allahu Alkbar," God is Great, the caller repeated. Bundakji, a Palestinian who immigrated to California and became a chaplain at the Garden Grove Police Department, was one of some 80 clerics and laymen from the United States, Canada, and several other countries who came to Jerusalem in an ongoing effort to reconcile the three monotheistic religions.
...
Bundakji brought the group there, Sunday.
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Bundakji said he had tried to talk to an Israeli police captain involved in Friday's clash. Bundakji said he showed his California police card, and smiled. "Please, may I speak to you," he said he asked. The officer had no patience for niceties. An agreement negotiated with the Wakf provided that the worshippers be allowed to leave quietly, Ben-Ruby reported. "Get out. Out," the captain reportedly ordered. "But I am your friend... I love you," protested Bundakji.
The emotions the Rev. Michael Jenkins, Deputy Chairman of IIFWP and other visitors demonstrated at the meeting with the Wakf leaders seemed to have gotten across. "We pledge our lives to protect al Aksa Mosque," Jenkins, declared. Church bells chimed when the group met Salhab and they were still together when a moazin called Muslims to prayer. The call originated on the mount's loudspeakers and quickly resonated throughout the Old City. Jenkins closed his eyes tightly and clasped hands with Salhab and Bundakji.
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Jenkins of the IIFWP and Haitham Bundakji, who is also director of the Islamic Center of Orange County, CA., headed the delegation that included Islamic, Christian and Jewish clergies as well as U.S. senators.


A List of American Muslims

www.usislam.org [cached]

Haitham Bundakji - President of the Islamic Society of Orange County, the largest Muslim organization in the western United States.

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