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The following is a statement from Farhana Khera, executive director of Muslim Advocates, following today’s Supreme Court oral arguments in Trump vs. State of Hawai’i – the lawsuit against President Trump’s long-promised, and unpopular, Muslim Ban.
Washington, DC – Ahead of the United States Supreme Court oral arguments in State of Hawai’i v. Trump – the…Read More
Washington, DC – A new poll, conducted by Probolsky Research on behalf of Muslim Advocates, shows that the Muslim Ban…Read More
The following statement from Madihha Ahussain, special counsel for anti-Muslim bigotry for Muslim Advocates, in response to today’s guilty verdict in the case of three militiamen plotting to slaughter Muslims in a Kansas apartment building.
“How the Trump Administration is Working to Ban Muslims from the United States” Available for download at www.TotalandCompleteShutdown.com Washington, DC…Read More
The following is a statement from Madihha Ahussain, special counsel for anti-Muslim bigotry at Muslim Advocates, regarding Facebook’s decision to remove white supremacist Richard Spencer’s two Facebook pages.
Washington, DC – Following Mike Pompeo’s Senate confirmation hearing today, Farhana Khera, executive director of Muslim Advocates, issued the following…Read More
Washington, DC – Ahead of the Secretary of State nominee Mike Pompeo’s senate confirmation hearing, Muslim Advocates executive director Farhana…Read More
We stand with Dreamers Washington, DC – This week, Muslim Advocates and the law firm of Patterson Belknap Webb &…Read More
The following is a reaction from Madihha Ahussain, special counsel for anti-Muslim bigotry at Muslim Advocates, to Mark Zuckerberg’s congressional testimony declaring “we do not allow hate groups on Facebook. If there’s a group that their primary purpose or a large part of what they do is spreading hate, we will ban them from the platform overall.
Groups Invoke Information Quality Act To Sue For RetractionWashington, DC — Today, Muslim Advocates and Democracy Forward sued the Department…Read More
Today, a group of Muslim owned businesses, mosques, individuals, and student groups have finalized a settlement agreement with the New York Police Department (NYPD) in Hassan v. City of New York, a federal lawsuit challenging the suspicionless, discriminatory surveillance of American Muslims in New Jersey.
Washington, DC —Color Of Change and Muslim Advocates launched a joint campaign today demanding that Facebook conduct a full, independent…Read More
Washington, DC – Farhana Khera, executive director of Muslim Advocates, released the following statement in response to the recent autopsy…Read More
WASHINGTON, DC – Five Maryland residents and two organizations serving Iranian Americans – all plaintiffs in the Iranian Alliances Across…Read More