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
Use our encrypted, confidential reporting form if you’ve been harassed or detained at the border since the issuance of President Trump’s executive order issued on Jan. 27, 2017.
I have exciting news! Muslim Advocates has been chosen by CREDO Mobile to be one of their donations recipients for…Read More
During this blessed month of Ramadan, Muslims seek to sow peace and understanding. Yet, you may be as troubled as…Read More
As we start this holy month of Ramadan, I want to thank you for your support of Muslim Advocates. Do…Read More
Muslim Advocates Annual Gala Sunday, May 15, 2016 | 6:00 pm The Westin San Francisco Airport | Millbrae, CA Honoring Vanita Gupta, Principal…Read More
One Year Later: Remembering “Our Three Winners” & Countering Anti-Muslim Hate On February 10, 2015, Deah Barakat, Yusor Abu-Salha, and…Read More
Our president and executive director, Farhana Khera, joined Charlie Rose on February 3rd to discuss President Obama’s historic visit to…Read More
.@farhanakhera discusses Obama’s #OvalOfficeAddress + efforts of Muslim communities to stand against extremism. https://t.co/aK4QNzBYPv — @THISHOUR (@ThisHour) December 7, 2015…Read More
On CNN New Day, Farhana Khera discusses anti-Muslim backlash after Paris along with Haroon Moghul. Khera shares the fear we…Read More
A coalition of 29 civil rights advocates and faith leaders led by Muslim Advocates issued a letter today urgently calling…Read More
Watch Farhana Khera discuss anti-Muslim rhetoric by presidential candidates on CNN.
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Muslim Advocates filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court in Manhattan challenging the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) refusal to run comedic ads about American Muslims.