Wednesday, April 10, 2013

  • AIR-OH Files Federal Religious Discrimination Suit Against Exel, Inc.
    CAIR-Ohio) announced today that it has filed a federal employment discrimination lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio against Exel, Inc., which is a wholly owned entity of Deutsche Post DHL. (Read more)
  • Missouri Muslims to Hold 3rd Annual Day at the Capitol
    The yearly event encourages Muslims from across the state of Missouri to be active community citizens by voicing their concerns to elected officials and their staff. A press conference will be held Wednesday morning to outline major issues of concern to the Missouri Muslim community.
  • CAIR: Fla. Anti-Islam Bill Clears Panel (AP)
    At least six states have laws similar to Hays' bill, according to Corey Saylor, legislative director for the Council on American-Islamic Relations. His group sued in one of those states, Oklahoma, and that law was suspended, he said recently. Several Muslims spoke against the bill at a previous Senate committee hearing.
  • CAIR: Texas Suspect Accused of Making Anti-Muslim Terroristic Threat 
    According to Ibrahim Hooper, the national communications director at the Council on American-Islamic Relations, these incidents are all too common. In December, a slaughtered pig was found lying at the entrance of Islamic Outreach Center in Cypress. Because the meat of the animal is considered unclean to eat in the Muslim faith, the pig is commonly used as a symbol against Muslims.
  • CAIR-LA: We Must Forgive, in All Events
    We cannot have what we will not give. We cannot have the fruits of forgiveness -- peace, generosity, comfort, compassion and mercy -- without giving it as Bhuiyan gave it to Stroman.
  • CAIR Blog Post: The Trouble with Drones
  • CAIR-OK Banquet Theme 'Upholding Our Constitution, Defending Our Faith'

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