CAIR-Chicago Governmental Relation Coordinator Sadiya Ahmed gave a presentation to a group of 20 students at Northwestern University about actively engaging students in the political process on Thursday, October 26, 2006 at the Norris Student Center at Northwestern University.
WHAT – Hope not Hate – Speech & Panel Discussion
CAIR-Chicago Director of Communications Ahmed Rehab will present in a fireside chat organized by Northwestern University’s Muslim Cultural Student’s Association’s ‘Islamic Awareness Week’ on the commonalities of the three Abrahamic faiths.
Dear Ms. Kudaimi:
Thank you for your note. As I hope you would understand, Congressman Kirk’s remarks reflected his views on this issue, not those of Northwestern University.
Dear President Bienen,
On November 5 Congressman Mark Kirk spoke at the 2005 International Institute for Nanotechnology Symposium taking place at Tech.
Twenty-five immigrant and civil rights groups on Friday joined a Muslim organization in demanding U.S. Rep. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.) apologize for remarks he made condoning discrimination against some Arabs.
Pressure is mounting on U.S. Rep. Mark Kirk to retract his recent comments he made that it is OK to discriminate against “young Arab males from terror-producing states.”
A Muslim civil rights group demanded an apology Wednesday from U.S. Rep. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.) for remarks he made condoning discrimination against some Arabs.
Rep. Mark Kirk of Highland Park made what he admitted were “politically uncomfortable” remarks Saturday when asked about the difficulties of the visa process for immigrants entering the United States.
CAIR-Chicago participated in a bus tour, organized by the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute from the School of Continuing Studies at Northwestern University. The tour explores Chicago’s Arab Muslim and Christian Communities.
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