After a local teen was arrested for his alleged attempt to join ISIS, CAIR-Chicago continues to support Muslim and non-Muslim communities across Chicagoland though outreach and education. Executive Director Ahmed Rehab sat down with NBC to outline the strategies being used to address the issue.
Earlier this month CAIR-Chicago held its bi-annual Muslim Youth Leadership Symposium (MYLS) co-sponsored by The University of Illinois at Chicago Muslim Student Association.
CAIR-Chicago offers a wide range of internship and volunteer opportunities targeted at developing new professional skills while nurturing existing personal strengths. The Winter-Spring Internship session is just around the corner and we are looking for talented applicants to join our team!
Join CAIR-Chicago on Tuesday, November 18th, for Defending Rights, a program on the importance of protecting the rights of children detained in military courts, and the rights of U.S. Palestine human rights activists.
Join CAIR-Chicago on Friday, November 14th, for Lurking Danger, a community awareness panel for youth and parents about identifying and overcoming the dangers facing the Muslim community.
Download the CAIR-Chicago 2014 General Election Voter Guide Here! Make your voice heard! Election Day is tomorrow, Tuesday, November 4th! Polls open from 6AM to 7PM! Ready to vote? Find your polling place! Have you received your voting information card? Check your voter registration status here. Seeking to empower voters to make more informed decisions,…
Rasmea Odeh, 67, was arrested by agents of the Department of Homeland Security and charged with immigration fraud for allegedly “lying” on her citizenship application twenty years ago. Odeh is a Chicago Palestinian and respected Arab community organizer, haunted by a forty year old conviction in an Israeli military court. If found guilty, she could face up to ten years in federal prison, an immediate revocation of her citizenship, and deportation from the United States.
LOYOLA UNIVERSITY- Chicago students affiliated with the student group Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) will attend an administrative hearing scheduled this Thursday, October 30 to respond to allegations made against the group after Palestinian students lined up on September 9, 2014 to try to register for a Birthright Israel trip to highlight its discrimination against Palestinians.
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