(PHOENIX, AZ, 10/5/16) – The Arizona chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-AZ) is seeking relief for members of a recently-resettled refugee family who are alleging that they have been unjustly ordered to be evicted from their home in Phoenix.The family, which arrived last year, had previously raised concerns to apartment management regarding dangerous and unsanitary living conditions. They … Read More
Islamophobia and the fallout affecting multiple communities is arguably at an all-time high. In the past few months alone, numerous mosques have been vandalized and/or targeted in addition to multiple violent attacks against Muslims, Sikhs, and those perceived to be Muslim. CAIR-AZ has launched a new initiative entitled: Hate Hurts – to document this disturbing trend, bringing light to the … Read More
On Wednesday, June 15th – A Syrian refugee family reported receiving the following hateful posting on the door of their home in Tucson, Arizona: CAIR-AZ is calling on Tucson police to investigate this as a possible hate crime.
CAIR-AZ ACTION ALERT: Let the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office (MCAO) know that state sponsored anti-Muslim training is NOT acceptable. CAIR-AZ is urging Arizona’s Muslim community to let Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery that his decision to let known anti-Muslim hate speakers train hundreds of police officers and prosecutors is unacceptable. See: The Maricopa Attorney’s Office Presents: Understanding the Threat … Read More
In cities across the U.S. we are seeing a new battleground in the area of Islamophobia: Transit ads. Even though the sides of buses and subway stations are not thought of as a historical battleground for airing political dirty laundry – it seems to be a key strategy by the purveyors of the Islamophobia industry. Why, you ask? Well, for … Read More
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