As-salaam alaykum and Ramadan Mubarak.
I am writing with long awaited good news -- after six years of legal limbo and more than a decade of political persecution, yesterday, United States District Judge Anthony J. Trenga signed the order dismissing the indictment against Dr. Sami Al-Arian. Alhamdulillah!
(WASHINGTON, D.C., 6/24/14) -- This weekend, the Muslim community in America and around the world will begin the month-long fast of Ramadan (rom-a-don).
The Bergen Record editorial
Some type of church has stood on Irving Street in Midland Park for almost 30 years; the latest occupant is the Korean HanMaUm Reformed Church in America. That church now plans to sell the property to another religious group, which, given the site's recent history and the nation's guarantee of religious freedom, should not be a problem.
Tom Breen, UConn Today
Sara Korvel has a lot to offer prospective employers: a recent graduate of a major university, she made the dean's list in seven of eight semesters and belongs to the Phi Beta Kappa honors society. Fluent in four languages, she landed prestigious internships at an international bank and a state public broadcaster, and held down a job as a Starbucks shift manager for most of her college career.
On Saturday, May 31, 2014, a who's who among the nation's growing Muslim community, are set to attend a black-tie gala to celebrate recipients of this year's Golden Minaret Awards. The affair, to be held at the Liaison Capitol Hill Hotel & Resort in Washington, D.C., is expected to attract hundreds of guests including tech executives, political leaders and diplomats. Like the Oscars, the Golden Minaret Awards is also set to be filmed and broadcast online to millions in the United States and internationally.
(DALLAS, TX, 5/29/14) -- On Friday May, 30 and Saturday, May 31, the North Texas chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-NTX) will partner with a group of young Muslim activists, called Enlightened Generations, to host a panel discussion and a walk to raise awareness about Islamophobia and anti-Muslim discrimination and hate crimes in our society.
(MINNEAPOLIS, MN, 5/28/14) -- On Saturday, May 31, the Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-MN) will launch a new legal advocacy project called the Free Brief Advice Legal Clinic. The monthly clinics will provide free legal advice in areas such as civil rights, housing, family law, immigration, and employment.
- CAIR Asks Kansas Sheriff to Drop Anti-Muslim Trainer
- CAIR Challenges Pamela Geller's Anti-Muslim Hate Ads
- CAIR-OK Defends Muslim Limo Driver Assaulted in Bias Attack
- CAIR-NY Calls for DOJ Probe of NYPD Coercion of Muslim Detainees to Become Informants
- CAIR-FL Questions Troubling History of FBI Agent Who Shot Muslim
- CAIR Joins Muslim Leaders in Condemning Boko Haram
- CAIR Director Calls for Release of Amir Hekmati
- CAIR Joines Rally for Net Neutrality
- CAIR Releases Memorial Day Video Featuring Muslim Veterans
What was the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office thinking when it scheduled John Guandolo to conduct a terrorism threat training session next week? Guandolo resigned from the FBI after it was revealed that he had a sexual relationship with a confidential source. Since then, he has been making a living peddling Muslim conspiracy theories. (Read more)