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Islamophobia in the US, February 15-21, 2015, CAIR Reports


CAIR, Al-Jazeerah, CCUN, February 22, 2016







CAIR Says Trump's 'Pig's Blood' Remarks Endanger U.S. Muslims GOP Presidential candidate hails hoax story about shooting Muslim prisoners with bullets dipped in pig's blood
   

Video: CAIR Supports Right to Religious Accommodation in the Workplace

CAIR: Omaha Bank Revises Security Policy After Muslim Woman's Complaint (Video)

Video: CAIR Seeks Probe of Bias Motive for Murder of Oregon Muslim

Huge Crowd of Montana Residents Protest Muslim Refugees

CAIR Says Trump's 'Pig's Blood' Remarks Endanger U.S. Muslims GOP Presidential candidate hails hoax story about shooting Muslim prisoners with bullets dipped in pig's blood

(WASHINGTON, D.C., 2/20/16) 

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the nation's largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, today said leading GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump's latest anti-Muslim remarks endanger ordinary American Muslims who are already facing a rising wave of hate prompted by the billionaire businessman's previous Islamophobic statements.

At a rally yesterday in South Carolina, Trump repeated the online myth about U.S. Gen. John Pershing executing Muslim prisoners in the Philippines.

"He took 50 bullets and he dipped them in pig's blood," Trump said. "And he had his men load his rifles and he lined up the 50 people, and they shot 49 of those people. And the 50th person, he said, 'You go back to your people and you tell them what happened.' And for 25 years there wasn't a problem."

SEE: Donald Trump Lauds Historic Myth About Shooting Muslims With Pig's Blood-Dipped Bullets

In a statement, CAIR National Executive Director Nihad Awad said:

"Donald Trump's inflammatory rhetoric has crossed the line from spreading hatred to inciting violence. By directly stating that the only way to stop terrorism is to murder Muslims in graphic and religiously-offensive ways, he places the millions of innocent, law-abiding citizens in the American Muslim community at risk from rogue vigilantes. He further implies that our nation should adopt a strategy of systematized violence in its engagement with the global Muslim community, a chilling message from a potential leader. We pray that no one who hears this message follows his gospel of hate."

He said CAIR has reported an unprecedented spike in anti-Muslim incidents nationwide since the Paris terror attacks, the San Bernardino shootings and Donald Trump's bigoted call for a complete ban on Muslims entering the United States.

Video: CAIR-Sacramento Director Condemns Donald Trump's Racism, Anti-Muslim Bigotry Incidents, Political Rhetoric Have Some Texas Muslims Nervous Oregon Man Killed; Muslim Advocacy Group Fears Hate Crime

Just this week, CAIR's Dallas/Fort Worth chapter welcomed the arrest of a man who allegedly carried out a deadly Christmas Eve shooting in which he reportedly targeted his victims because he believed they were Muslim.

SEE: CAIR-Dallas Welcomes Arrest of Domestic Terror Suspect Who Allegedly Targeted Muslims

Growing Islamophobia will be one issue brought up with lawmakers at the second annual National Muslim Advocacy Day on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., on April 18, 2016. Expected to draw hundreds of Muslim delegates from across the nation, this one-day event is open to representatives of all national, state and local Muslim organizations and communities.

SEE: U.S. Muslims to Hold 2nd Annual National Capitol Hill Advocacy Day April 18, 2016

CAIR recently welcomed remarks by President Obama at the Islamic Society of Baltimore in which he rejected "inexcusable political rhetoric" targeting Muslims.

SEE: CAIR Welcomes President Obama's Remarks at First Visit to American Mosque

The Washington-based Muslim civil rights group is also asking Muslim community members to report any bias incidents to police and to CAIR's Civil Rights Department at 202-742-6420 or by filing a report at: http://www.cair.com/civil-rights/report-an-incident/view/form.html

CAIR is America's largest Muslim civil liberties and advocacy organization. Its mission is to enhance the understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims, and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding.

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Breaking: CAIR Reports 'Burn This Place Down' Comment Targeting Kentucky Mosque to FBI

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) today reported a Facebook comment threatening a Kentucky mosque to the FBI. Responding to a post on CAIR's Facebook page profiling the Muslim community in Eastern Kentucky, a West Virginia man commented: "Burn this place down."

CAIR recently released a preliminary report on more than 70 incidents targeting American mosques and religious institutions in 2015 that showed a greater frequency of damage, destruction, vandalism, and intimidation than in any other year since CAIR started tracking such cases in 2009. CONTACT: CAIR-Cincinnati Executive Director Karen Dabdoub, kdabdoub@cair.com, 513-281-8200

Backgrounder: CAIR Seeks FBI Hate Crime Probe of Desecration, Attempted Vandalism at Nebraska Mosque CAIR Calls for Hate Crime Probe of Kentucky Mosque Vandalism

CAIR-OK: Interfaith Partners Will Provide 'Human Wall of Support' Against Islamophobic Demonstrators at Oklahoma Muslim Day at the Capitol Video: CAIR-MN Joins National Interfaith Call to Action Against Islamophobia CAIR: Muslim-American Group Condemns Donald Trump's Praise of 'Pig's Blood' Technique to Stop Terrorists (NY Times)

CAIR: Donald Trump Continues Rhetoric About Muslims, Mosques (AP)

CAIR: Gun-Wielding Protesters Want Texas Mosque to 'Say No To Syrian Refugees'

CAIR-AZ: Palestinian Refugees in Limbo After 7,000-Mile Journey to US Border

 
   

CAIR-MA: Interfaith Leaders, Officials to Show Support for Rhode Island Governor's Welcome to Syrian Refugees

(BOSTON, MA, 2/21/16) � On Monday, February 22, the Massachusetts chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-MA) will hold a news conference with interfaith partners and elected officials at the Rhode Island State House to show support for Governor Gina Raimondo's welcoming response to Syrian refugees in that state.

While many governors are seeking to block Syrians refugees from coming to their states, Gov. Raimondo said she would welcome the refugees if President Obama asked her to.

SEE: Rhode Islanders Welcome Syrian Family After Immigration Controversy

WHAT: Interfaith Leaders, Elected Officials Show Support for Gov. Raimondo's Welcome to Syrian Refugees WHEN: Monday, February 22nd, 3:30 p.m. WHERE: The Rhode Island State House, First Floor by the Liberty Bell CONTACT: CAIR-MA Executive Director Dr. John Robbins, jrobbins@cair.com, 617-862-9159

That news conference will follow an event to be held nearby by the Boston-based anti-Muslim hate group Americans for Peace and Tolerance, which is "dedicated to undermining mainstream Muslim institutions and promoting Islamophobia."

CAIR Islamophobia Monitor: Americans for Peace and Tolerance

"As Syrian refugees seeking peace and freedom in our nation face opposition based on misinformation and Islamophobia, those public officials who back the long-standing American tradition of welcoming the oppressed need our support," said CAIR-MA Executive Director Dr. John Robbins.

CAIR is America's largest Muslim civil liberties and advocacy organization. Its mission is to enhance the understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims, and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding.

CONTACT: CAIR National Communications Director Ibrahim Hooper, 202-744-7726, ihooper@cair.com

Council on American-Islamic Relations 453 New Jersey Ave, S.E., Washington, D.C., 20003 Council on American-Islamic Relations Copyright 1994. All rights reserved.

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CAIR-Dallas Welcomes Arrest of Domestic Terror Suspect Who Allegedly Targeted Muslims

(DALLAS/FORT WORTH, TX, 2/17/16) The Dallas/Fort Worth chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-DFW) today welcomed the arrest of Anthony Paz Torres, who allegedly carried out a deadly Christmas Eve shooting in which he reportedly targeted his victims because he believed they were Muslim.

Torres was freed in January, was re-arrested in February on another charge and was again released. He was arrested again this morning on outstanding bond forfeiture warrants.

SEE: Murder Suspect in Anti-Islam Pleasant Grove Shooting Spree Recaptured After Going Missing

CAIR-DFW held a news conference yesterday to express community safety concerns about his release.

Video: CAIR-Dallas Demands Answers After Release of Domestic Terror Suspect Who Allegedly Targeted Muslims

Last month, CAIR-DFW called for the attack to be treated as an act of domestic terrorism.

Video: CAIR Says Dallas Anti-Muslim Murder Would Be Called 'Terrorism' If Shooter was Islamic

In a statement, CAIR-DFW Executive Director Alia Salem said:

"We welcome the news of the arrest of Anthony Paz Torres this morning. The victims of this heinous attack, the Muslim community and all area residents can breathe a little easier knowing the alleged assailant is behind bars. Yesterday, CAIR-DFW held a press conference to express outrage at his release and subsequent arrest and re-release.

"We applaud the efforts of the Dallas Police Department and the U.S. Marshal's who banded together to get this suspect back into custody. Now we must focus our efforts on ensuring that he remains in custody pending trial."

"CAIR-DFW is planning to work with the district attorney's office and the mayor's office to do everything we can on behalf of the victims and to ensure an outcome that provides for the safety of all Dallas residents."

Torres, who wore a traditional Jewish cap (yarmulke), had reportedly visited Omar's Tire Shop in Dallas two weeks prior to the attack. During that visit, he allegedly asked whether "Omar" is Muslim. When told that he is, the alleged attacker reportedly replied, "All these Muslims, they're making problems for us," and told employees at the site, "I'm gonna come back and kill all of y'all."

During the December 24 attack, Torres reportedly shouted "Muslim" as he fired, killing one person and critically injuring another. Several other people suffered minor injuries. Torres was charged with murder and aggravated assault and was being held on $500,000 bail.

CAIR has reported an unprecedented spike in anti-Muslim attacks since the Paris terror attacks, the San Bernardino shootings and Donald Trump's inflammatory anti-Muslim rhetoric.

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CAIR: Murder Suspect Accused of Targeting Muslims at Dallas Tire Shop Jailed Again, Arrested Again (Dallas Morning News) The Council on American-Islamic Relations plans to hold a news conference this afternoon to talk about its concerns about Anthony Paz Torres' release from jail after the Dec. 24 shooting. . . Torres, 31, is accused of shooting up a Pleasant Grove tire shop on Christmas Eve while yelling "Muslim." A non-Muslim tattoo artist was killed, and a Middle Eastern man was critically wounded. CAIR-AZ: Mosque Near University of Arizona Endures Scorn of Students Next Door (New York Times) "We can't ignore the backdrop against which this is happening, with all the hate crimes against Muslims, all over the place," said Imraan Siddiqi, the executive director of Arizona's chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations.

CAIR-MI: Muslim Worker Says Time Off For Religion Led to Demotion (Detroit News)

CAIR-FL: Bill to Let Scott Use Military Force to Bar Refugees Clears House Panel Meanwhile, Laila Abdelaziz, a spokeswoman for the Council on American-Islamic Relations Florida, laid out the federal government's screening process for refugees, saying it "has created a more scrutinized process for refugee resettlement than we've ever had before."

Video: CAIR-St. Louis Rallys in Support of Syrian Refugees, Against Islamophobia

CAIR National ED to Speak at CAIR�MN 'Trump the Fear' Fundraising Dinner on Feb. 27

CAIR Director Nihad Awad Named to 2016 List of World's '500 Most Influential Muslims'

MEDIA ADVISORY

CAIR-OK, ACLU of Oklahoma to Announce Landmark Litigation Against 'Muslim-Free' Gun Range

(OKLAHOMA CITY, OK, 2/16/2016) � On Wednesday, February 17, the Council on American-Islamic Relations Oklahoma Chapter (CAIR-OK) and the American Civil Liberties Union of Oklahoma (ACLU of OK) will hold a news conference in Oklahoma City to announce the filing of landmark litigation against a so-called "Muslim-free" gun range in Oktaha, Okla.

The Muslim plaintiff in the lawsuit will take part in the news conference.

WHAT: Press Conference to Announce Civil Rights Litigation Against 'Muslim-Free' Gun Range WHEN: Wednesday, February 17, 10 a.m. (Central Time) WHERE: Oklahoma State Capitol Broadcast Press Room (Room 432B), 2300 N. Lincoln Ave., Oklahoma City, 73105 CONTACT: CAIR-OK Civil Rights Director Veronica Laizure, 405-430-9877, vLaizure@cair.com; CAIR-OK Executive Director Adam Soltani, 405-248-5853, asoltani@cair.com

Wednesday's news conference comes after CAIR-OK challenged the "Muslim-free" gun range for violating civil rights law by displaying a sign stating that Muslims were banned from the facility. "For an establishment to ban someone based on their religion is not just reprehensible � it is against the law," said Veronica Laizure, civil rights director for CAIR-OK. "We hope that these owners and others around the country will comply with civil rights law and stop refusing service to customers in this discriminatory and unconstitutional manner." SEE: Oklahoma Gun Range Declares 'Muslim-Free Zone' Last year, CAIR's national office called on the U.S. Department of Justice to address the growing number of businesses nationwide that have been declared a "Muslim-free zone." CAIR said that such declarations came from businesses in New York, Kentucky, Florida, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and New Hampshire.

SEE: CAIR Asks DOJ to Address Spread of 'Muslim-Free Zone' Business Declarations CAIR: 82 Groups Ask DOJ to Address Illegality of 'Muslim-Free Zone' Businesses CAIR is America's largest Muslim civil liberties and advocacy organization. Its mission is to enhance the understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims, and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding.

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CAIR-MI Files Religious Discrimination Suit Against TriMedx, Medxcel and Ascension on Behalf of Muslim Technician When he requested time off to celebrate last year's Eid al-Fitr holiday in accordance with his Islamic faith, vacation time to which he was entitled under the company's policy, he was suddenly demoted to a low-level inventory job that does not require a degree or training, removed from the training program, placed on probation and denied a promotion and salary increase. . . CAIR-MN Joins a National Call to Action Rejecting Islamophobia

Texas Mayor Wants Police, Homeland Security to Investigate 'Arabic Flag' "Literally translated, it says 'love is for all,' " he said.

Video: CAIR Seeks Religious Rights for Fired Muslim Ariens Workers

CAIR: Muslim Rights Group Plans EEOC Complaint Against Ariens CAIR: Islamic Group Plans to File Religious Discrimination Complaint Against Ariens Co. CAIR: Ariens Workers to File Discrimination Claim (USA Today) CAIR: Fired Muslim Employees File Complaint Against Ariens

MEDIA ADVISORY

CAIR-Dallas to Demand Answers After Release of Domestic Terror Suspect Who Allegedly Targeted Muslims

(DALLAS/FORT WORTH, TX, 2/15/16) � On Tuesday, February 16, the Dallas/Fort Worth chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-DFW) will hold a news conference outside the Dallas County District Attorney's office to express community concerns and demand answers over the release on bail of a suspect who allegedly carried out a deadly Christmas Eve shooting in which he reportedly targeted his victims because he believed they were Muslim.

WHAT: CAIR-Dallas to React to Release of Domestic Terror Suspect WHEN: Tuesday, February 16, 4:30 p.m. (Local Time) WHERE: Frank Crowley Courts Building, 133 N Riverfront Blvd LB 19, Dallas, TX 75207 CONTACT: CAIR-DFW Executive Director Alia Salem, 817-538-8269, asalem@cair.com

The alleged shooter, 30-year-old Anthony Paz Torres, was reportedly freed in January, but the local Muslim community was never informed of his release by law enforcement authorities. He was reportedly re-arrested in February on another charge and was released the next day. Last month, CAIR-DFW called for the attack to be treated as an act of domestic terrorism.

Video: CAIR Says Dallas Anti-Muslim Murder Would Be Called 'Terrorism' If Shooter was Islamic

Torres, who wore a traditional Jewish cap (yarmulke), had reportedly visited Omar's Tire Shop in Dallas two weeks prior to the attack. During that visit, he allegedly asked whether "Omar" is Muslim. When told that he is, the alleged attacker reportedly replied, "All these Muslims, they're making problems for us," and told employees at the site, "I'm gonna come back and kill all of y'all."

During the December 24 attack, Torres reportedly shouted "Muslim" as he fired, killing one person and critically injuring another. Several other people suffered minor injuries. Torres was charged with murder and aggravated assault and was being held on $500,000 bail.

"We are certain that if the alleged shooter in this case had been Muslim, he would never have been released and the attack would have rightfully been investigated as an act of domestic terrorism," said CAIR-DFW Executive Director Alia Salem. "The Muslim community is justified in its safety concerns following the unannounced release of an individual who is accused of a bias-motivated murder."

She noted that there has been an unprecedented spike in anti-Muslim attacks since the Paris terror attacks, the San Bernardino shootings and Donald Trump's inflammatory anti-Muslim rhetoric.

CAIR is America's largest Muslim civil liberties and advocacy organization. Its mission is to enhance the understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims, and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding.

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Verse of the Day: Give Good News to the Humble

"(O Prophet Muhammad) give good news to the humble, whose hearts tremble with awe at the mention of God, who endure adversity with patience, who establish regular prayer, and who spend in charity out of what we have given them." The Holy Quran, 22:34-35

The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said: "God has revealed to me that you must be humble, so that no one oppresses another. . ." Sunan of Abu-Dawood
Video: CAIR-Dallas Rep Says Muslim Hip Hop Artist Can Help Challenge Islamophobia
Florida Man Admits Threatening to Attack Mosques (Washington Post)
CAIR-SFBA: WWII Japanese American Internment Day of Remembrance Events Across the Bay Area
Video: CAIR-St. Louis to Join Capitol Rally in Support of Syrian Refugees, Against Islamophobia

On Tuesday, February 16, the Bring Them Here Coalition and the St. Louis chapter of the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR-St. Louis) will rally on the front steps of the Jefferson City Capitol Building to call on the state legislature to address growing Islamophobia and to welcome Syrian Refugees to Missouri. Tuesday's rally is part of during the third annual Muslim Capitol Day.


Video: CAIR to Hold News Conference After Meeting with Fired Muslim Ariens Workers

On Monday, February 15, representatives of the Minnesota chapter and Washington, D.C., headquarters of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) will hold a live-streaming news conference in Wisconsin to discuss meetings scheduled this weekend with Muslim workers fired from an Ariens manufacturing plant in that state after the company changed its policy on accommodating prayer in the workplace.
CAIR-San Antonio Blood Donation Drive Feb. 19
CAIR: Portland-Area Muslim Community Mourns Loss of Man Killed in Metzger

The killing left Kamawal's neighbors fearing that his death could have been the result of a bias crime. Ray said investigators don't have evidence to indicate the killing was a hate crime, but said they cannot definitively rule a bias motive out.
Ray said the sheriff's office has been working with members of Kamawal's mosque since his death.

A spokesman for the Council on American-Islamic Relations, a nationwide Muslim advocacy group, said Friday that he asked the sheriff's office to continue looking into whether the killing could be a hate crime.

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CAIR-Ohio Joins Racial Justice Group to Present Forum on Islamophobia

CAIR-LA: Let Freedom Ring! Historic Bell Tolls for Radical Racial Healing Hussam Ayloush, executive director for the Council on American-Islamic Relations, said he will ring "for immigrants." CAIR-Sacramento: Muslim, Japanese Parallels Explored at Sac State Forum

CAIR-St. Louis: Missouri Muslims to Rally at Capitol in Support of Syrian Refugees, Against Islamophobia On Tuesday, February 16, the Bring Them Here Coalition and the St. Louis chapter of the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR-St. Louis) will rally on the front steps of the Jefferson City Capitol Building to call on the state legislature to address growing Islamophobia and to welcome Syrian Refugees to Missouri. Tuesday's rally is part of during the third annual Muslim Capitol Day.

CAIR-Oklahoma Muslim Day at the Capitol 2016 CAIR Applauds Success of Florida Muslim Capitol Day

CAIR: Controversy Over Church to Mosque Plan in Chicago CAIR: Calif. City Works to Address Anti-Muslim Hostility with Interfaith Meetings The Council on American-Islamic Relations, the country's largest Muslim civil rights organization, has been working overtime for months to help Muslim communities respond to hate crimes and backlash, as well as to spread awareness and eliminate misconceptions about Islam. Maine: Pious Ali Seeks to Become Portland's First Muslim City Councilor CAIR: Arrest in Oregon Killing Leaves Neighbors with Questions A spokesman for the Council on American-Islamic Relations, a Muslim advocacy group, said Thursday that it would be "looking into the incident" regarding motive. "We'll definitely be following up on the case with authorities," said Ibrahim Hooper, adding that the organization's Seattle office and its national civil rights office in Washington D.C. will likely contact local police.

Video: Pillar of Oregon Muslim Community Killed in Wash. Co.

CAIR-Iowa: Explore Views of Muslims Worldwide in Film, Discussion at ISU

MEDIA ADVISORY

CAIR Reps to Meet with Muslim Workers Fired from Ariens Plant in Wisconsin

(WASHINGTON, D.C., 2/12/16) � On Monday, February 15, representatives of the Minnesota chapter and Washington, D.C., headquarters of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) will hold a live-streaming news conference in Wisconsin to discuss meetings scheduled this weekend with Muslim workers fired from an Ariens manufacturing plant in that state after the company changed its policy on accommodating prayer in the workplace.

CAIR's Wisconsin news conference will be live-streamed on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/CAIRNational

[NOTE: Media professionals may submit questions in advance to be answered by news conference participants to: ihooper@cair.com] WHAT: CAIR Update on Meetings with Wisconsin Muslim Workers Fired from Ariens Plant Over Prayer Issue WHEN: Monday, February 15, 10 a.m. (Central) WHERE: Radisson Hotel & Conference Center, 2040 Airport Drive, Green Bay, WI 54313 CONTACT: CAIR-MN Executive Director Jaylani Hussein, 612-406-0070, jhussein@cair.com; CAIR Civil Rights Staff Attorney Maha Sayed, 202-640-4935, msayed@cair.com

Seven Muslim workers at the Ariens plant in Brillion, Wis., were fired after the company changed its policy to only allow prayers during scheduled breaks, not when the prayers must be made according to Islamic beliefs. Before the policy change, the Somali Muslim workers were able to leave the production line to pray two of the five daily prayers. A number of other Muslim workers have resigned as a result of the policy change.

SEE: Workers Lose Jobs Over Prayer Break Disputes at Cargill and Ariens Video: CAIR Calls on Wisc. Firm Ariens to Allow Prayers Pending Resolution of Accommodation Issue

CAIR recently welcomed a change in policy allowing Muslim workers fired in a recent dispute over accommodation of prayers at a Cargill meat processing plant in Colorado to reapply for their positions 30 days after their termination date, instead of the previous 180-day period. CAIR has been retained to represent the majority of the workers fired from the plant.

SEE: CAIR Welcomes Change in Cargill Policy That Will Allow Fired Colo. Muslim Workers to Reapply After 30 Days

CAIR offers a booklet, called "An Employer's Guide to Islamic Religious Practices," to help corporate managers gain a better understanding of Islam and Muslims.

SEE: An Employer's Guide to Islamic Religious Practices

CAIR is America's largest Muslim civil liberties and advocacy organization. Its mission is to enhance the understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims, and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding.

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CONTACT: 

CAIR-DFW Executive Director Alia Salem, 817-538-8269, asalem@cair.com

CAIR National Communications Director Ibrahim Hooper, 202-744-7726, ihooper@cair.com

Council on American-Islamic Relations
453 New Jersey Ave, S.E., Washington, D.C., 20003

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