That skewed ratio reveals the ultimate Orwellian truth in all of this: in the United States, all terrorists get equal attention, but some get more equal attention than others.
CAIR-Chicago Communications Coordinator, Aymen Abdel Halim, speaks to CBS 2 reporter Kris Guiterrez about the hateful graffiti that was found on a Muslim man’s grave in an Evergreen Park, Ill. cemetery.
Aymen Abdel Halim, Communications Coordinator for CAIR-Chicago, speaks to NBC 5 reporter Sharon Wright, about how hate and Islamophobia has contributed to the vandalism of a Muslim man’s grave.
CAIR-Chicago Executive Director, Ahmed Rehab, speaks out against anti-Muslim rhetoric which has contributed to hate crimes against Muslims.
CAIR-Chicago Communications Coordinator, Aymen Abdel Halim, speaks to CBS 2 reporter Dorothy Tucker about a Muslim grave that was desecrated in Evergreen Park, Ill.
Communications Coordinator, Aymen Abdel Halim, responds to anti-Muslim graffiti found on a Muslim grave in Evergreen Park, Ill.
CAIR-Chicago Executive Director Ahmed Rehab comments on the demonizing of Muslims in the U.S. in this new Al Jazeera piece.
(CHICAGO, 8/16/2012) — On Friday, August 17th, the Chicago office of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-Chicago), the Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago, (CIOGC) and an interfaith and interethnic coalition of diverse community organizations will unite in protest against hate and Islamophobia by organizing a flashmob in downtown Chicago.
Ahmed Rehab, CAIR-Chicago executive director, talks about a shooting incident that happened near a mosque in Chicago, saying “two shots fired into a mosque area” by a deadly gun.
On Friday August 10th, 2012, CAIR-Chicago Executive Director, Ahmed Rehab, was interviewed by radio host Steve Cochran regarding Rep. Joe Walsh’s controversial statements about Muslims.