The Prison Project, launched by CAIR-Chicago in 2005, is an ongoing initiative at CAIR-Chicago that aims to give incarcerated Muslims the supplies they need to worship. Oftentimes, prisoners learn more about Islam while imprisoned and lack the tools to continue their journey of knowledge once they convert. CAIR-Chicago wants to help those in prisons by…
Sufyan Sohel, Deputy Director of CAIR-Chicago, spoke at the Illinois State Bar Association’s Minority Bar Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Conference.
If you’re a Muslim 8th grader or high school student, then apply now for MYLS-Chicago!
CAIR-Chicago’s Civil Rights Department is currently Volunteer Attorneys to assist with asylum cases.
After having her citizenship processes delayed for years Noor Mohsen has finally been granted U.S. citizenship
CAIR-Chicago applauds U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois Zachary T. Fardon and Special Agent in Charge of the FBI’s Chicago office Michael Anderson
Ahmed Rehab, Executive Director, CAIR-Chicago, was honored to speak at the ICNA Relief annual banquet on April 10th,
CAIR-Chicago was happy to host a delegation of government officials and community organizers from Sweden as part of a cultural exchange.
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