On February 26, 2018, after years of effort to build their mosque and in the face of a concerted and well-organized opposition, the Al Salam Foundation was finally granted a permit to build the Islamic Life Center (ILC).
Washington, DC – Today, Muslim Advocates and Emprise Bank released the following joint statement announcing the resolution of the matter…Read More
“Together, we will continue to fight these unprecedented attacks on our American way of life.” Washington, DC – The following…Read More
CCR and Muslim Advocates File FOIA on Opaque Muslim Ban Waiver Process January 23, 2018, New York, NY – Today,…Read More
Washington, DC – The following is a statement from Johnathan Smith, Legal Director ahead of today’s oral arguments in the…Read More
Washington, DC – Today, Muslim Advocates and the Dulles Justice Coalition (DJC) are announcing a joint partnership to advance civil…Read More
Washington DC – Today, the plaintiffs in Iranian Alliances Across Borders (IAAB) v. Trump filed a motion for a preliminary…Read More
A recording of today’s event is available here. Washington, DC – Last night, Muslim Advocates, Americans United for Separation of Church…Read More
Washington, DC – The following is a reaction from Farhana Khera, executive director of Muslim Advocates, regarding the new Department…Read More
Fifty-nine Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ), American Muslim, and Latinx organizations released the following statement in advance of the first day of remembrance of the June 12, 2016 massacre at the LGBTQ nightclub Pulse in Orlando, Florida.
This week, Muslim Advocates sent letters to the Maricopa County attorney’s office and the Mesa police chief urging them to drop their support for tomorrow’s law enforcement training from known conspiracy theorist and anti-Muslim activist John Guandolo.
On Thursday, May 11, a federal judge in D.C. ruled that she could very well block the Muslim ban a third time if the two other injunctions against the ban get overturned.
Green has a deplorable record of stereotyping and trafficking in harmful rhetoric against Muslims and the LGBT community and a troubling friendliness to anti-Muslim propaganda.
Barring action from a federal court enjoining the revised executive order, starting this Thursday, March 16, refugees from any countries will generally not be admitted for 120 days. Refugees who already are scheduled to enter the country will be allowed to do so and there is a case-by-case waiver process administered by Secretary of State and Secretary of Homeland Security.
Status of the Ban: Several courts have blocked the travel restrictions contained in the first Muslim ban executive order. President…Read More