CAIR has received more than 6000 requests for free DVDs and books through the “Explore the Life of Muhammad” campaign announced nationwide and in Canada yesterday.
Responding to the controversy over cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad, the Chicago chapter of a prominent Islamic civil rights group is participating in a yearlong campaign to educate the public on his life and legacy.
The Chicago chapter of a prominent Islamic civil-rights group tackled the controversy over cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad on Saturday night at a town hall meeting as part of a yearlong campaign to educate the public.
The Chicago Chapter of a prominent national Islamic civil rights and advocacy group today announced that it will hold a local press conference this Saturday to announce a major educational effort called “Explore the Life of Muhammad” as a positive response to the worldwide controversy over caricatures of Islam’s Prophet Muhammad.
(WASHINGTON, D.C., 2/14/06) – Alhamdulillah (praise be to God), CAIR today called on Muslims to support a major educational effort, called “Explore the Life of Muhammad,” as a positive response to the worldwide controversy over caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad.
On Sunday, February 5, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) will hold a news conference in Washington, D.C., to express the U.S. Muslim community’s rejection of violence in response to the defamatory caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad published in European newspapers.
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