Renner Larson, Communications Director, CAIR-Chicago, will be speaking at iO Chicago‘s variety show on May 4th,
Ahmed Rehab, Executive Director, CAIR-Chicago, had the pleasure of speaking at the Take on Hate Rally on April 19th, 2016.
CAIR-Chicago hosted veteran cartoonist Scott Stantis for a discussion about how Islam is portrayed
CAIR-Chicago’s Ahmed Rehab defines jihad as “the struggle against ignorance, injustice and hate. It is the struggle against the darkness in one’s own soul. It is the struggle to be patient in times of adversity.”
Thank you, Neil, for you intelligent, informed article “Fear and loathing in the cat food aisle” (Dec. 13). I am appalled by the attitude of the letter writer who said she wanted to physically assault three Muslim women praying in a Costco, and your response that “hating other people is like taking poison and expecting someone else to die” is right on target.
CAIR-Chicago is representing Officer Abraham Yasin in an employment discrimination case. Yasin was harassed by fellow officers in incidents spanning over a year, and is seeking justice for the violation of his rights.
Diverse community advocates join to condemn hate speech and call for the Republican Party to repudiate offensive comments. Participants will denounce intolerant and hateful remarks made by Rosanna Pulido – the Republican candidate for the 5th congressional district seat – against these communities.
New Hampsire Public Radio: Controversial Radical Islam DVD Distributed in New Hampshire
A decision by The Charlotte Observer and other newspapers to distribute as paid advertising a DVD about Islamic fundamentalism brought objections Friday from Muslims, who condemned the documentary as “hate speech.”
A Muslim Family says a Chicago Public School teacher singled out their son as resembling a terrorist and says it hopes a federal civil rights hearing will end with the teacher’s dismissal.
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