FOX 32 reports on the CAIR-Chicago news conference where Chicago Muslims reiterated their condemnation of the violence of the Boston bombing attacks.
Ahmed Rehab speaks at CAIR-Chicago’s news conference on Friday, April 19th about the heinous acts of violence in Boston and the retaliatory acts of violence against Muslims since.
At an April 19th press conference hosted at CAIR-Chicago, Executive Director Ahmed Rehab asks the American public not to judge the entire Muslim community based on the actions of the individual culprits of the Boston Marathon bombings.
In this live interview, CAIR-Chicago’s Ahmed Rehab talks about how the Muslim community has wholly condemned the heinous acts of violence in Boston, and asks Americans to be careful not to make generalizations about the entire Muslim community based on the actions of individuals.
The Chicago Sun-Times reports on the Friday’s press conference concerning CAIR-Chicago’s response to the Boston bombings.
The Council on American Islamic Relations again offered sympathy to victims of the Boston Marathon bombing on Friday, but added a plea for Americans not to generalize and conclude that Muslim teachings influenced the suspect in any way.
Angie Emara, project coordinator of the #MyJihad ad campaign, wrote a response to Davi Barker, who blogs at The Muslim Agorist and writes for The Examiner and Altmuslim, on his analysis for the debate Pamela Geller had with Michael Krasney opposite David Chiu.
Yasmina Kishanov Blackburn is a soccer mom who is involved with the #MyJihad campaign and discusses what the term ‘jihad’ means to her.
Naperville Television 17 reports on the current status of the Irshad Learning Center’s developments in the Naperville community.
The Daily Herald reports on CAIR-Chicago’s efforts in reversing the decision by DuPage County’s board to reject a planned Islamic education facility near Naperville.