Monday, October 22, 2018
Hurricane Michael: Muslims seek help to rebuild city Mosque
As Hurricane Michael slammed into Florida, US Muslims have urged people to donate funds to help repair the Panama City Masjid, the CAIR-FL NW Florida Office, and Islamic School damaged by the hurricane and provide general disaster relief.
2018/10/13 - 22:00
Muslim group started “Meet-a-Muslim Monday” Series online
An American Muslim advocacy group has launched a new social media series that portrays American Muslims, hoping to counter rising Islamophobia.
2018/10/10 - 16:30
CAIR calls for Councilman’s resignation after ‘hate-filled’ facebook posts
The Council on American-Islamic Relations called Tuesday for County Councilman John Grasso to resign after he shared a series of “hate-filled, Islamophobic and xenophobic” posts about Muslims on his Facebook page.
2018/10/3 - 21:00
Group calls for probe of bullying targeting Muslim student in El Cajon
The San Diego office of the Council on American-Islamic Relations held a news conference to call for an independent investigation of reports of bullying targeting a Muslim student at Greenfield Middle School in El Cajon.
2018/8/2 - 23:00
US Muslim group wants passenger tracking program dropped
the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) in a statement called on the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to drop the secret “Quiet Skies” passenger tracking program, amid fears the program may be used to single out Muslim travelers.
2018/8/1 - 01:30
Upcoming CAIR report shows role of Trump’s Muslim ban in rise of Islamophobia
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the United States’ largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, on Monday, April ۲۳, will release a one-of-its-kind report showing “concrete evidence” that the Trump administration’s Muslim Ban resulted in increased anti-Muslim discrimination and violence nationwide in the past year.
2018/4/18 - 18:30
Muslims asked Texas official to drop fake Islamophobic post, apologize
The Texas chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations called on the state’s Agriculture Commissioner to remove an Islamophobic message posted online and to apologize to Muslim community.
2017/11/30 - 02:15
Another teacher ripped off student Hijab in US
Muslim students are getting their Hijabs pulled off by teachers in classrooms across US. In May, a Bronx substitute teacher in New York City ripped off a second-grade student’s hijab because the student was allegedly misbehaving.
2017/11/18 - 19:30
Georgia Mosques are receiving threatening unsettling emails
After receiving threatening emails by Georgia Mosques, the Council on American-Islamic Relations is calling on area mosques to step up security.
2017/3/6 - 08:33
US business under fire for racist signs​
The US Muslim civil rights advocacy group has demanded a New Mexico convenience store remove a sign that reads “Obama & other Muslims Not welcome here.” It added: 'We urge the store’s owner to remove the sign in the interest of common decency."
2017/1/1 - 07:39