Chicago Sun-Times columnist Neil Steinberg profiles Chicago’s diverse Muslim community in time for the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan.
The DuPage County Board has reached a $445,000 settlement with the Irshad Learning Center.
In light of the success of CAIR-Chicago’s case against DuPage County on behalf of the Irshad Learning Center, the County Board on Tuesday reversed its position and approved plans for an Islamic prayer center near West Chicago.
CAIR-Chicago executive director Ahmed Rehab stands with other faith leaders to voice support for immigration reform.
CAIR-Chicago Communications Coordinator Maryam Arain shares her thoughts on issues of discrimination and Islamophobia with a Northwestern student.
Kevin Vodak, CAIR-Chicago’s Litigation Director, defends the Irshad Learning Center near Naperville and aims to help them restore the center with a conditional-use permit.
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.
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.