CAIR-Chicago’s Outreach Coordinator Gerald Hankerson joined the Elgin community at an event themed “Who is my Muslim neighbor?” on Sunday, May 19th.
A recent birthday card depicting a Muslim doll as a terrorist caught the attention of CAIR-Chicago’s Executive Director, Ahmed Rehab.
RT America interviews CAIR-Chicago’s Ahmed Rehab for his perspective on the greeting card that features a young Muslim doll as a terrorist threat.
On Monday, May 13th, CAIR-Chicago is co-sponsoring an event aimed at highlighting the similarities between the experiences and struggles of Puerto Ricans and Palestinians in their movements for independence.
CAIR-Chicago Litigation Director Kevin Vodak has been actively working with a coalition of groups to improve the work of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in protecting immigrant workers and those facing workplace discrimination based on their national origin.
A birthday card picturing a Muslim doll portrayed as a terrorist designed by Noble Works was found by a staff member at CAIR-Chicago. Daily News reports on remarks from our Executive Director, Ahmed Rehab.
It’s the card that has a small area of the blogosphere a twitter, a card that caught the attention of Chicago`s Council on American Islamic relations.
Click above on "Explore the Quran" to order a free copy of the Holy Quran, or on "Explore Muhammad" to get a free Book /DVD about the life of the Prophet Muhammad, both courtesy of CAIR's educational project.
The Muslim Youth Leadership Symposium (MYLS) is a CAIR-Chicago project that works to develop young civic leaders and promote constructive citizenship for a better Chicago. Visit www.mylschicago.org