Guides and toolkits

In addition to our reports and surveys, CAIR’s pocket guides, toolkits and other publications are available for download. Please contact us for information about ordering hard copies. Know your rights pocket guide This guide informs American Muslims of our legal rights. These are the same rights all Americans enjoy, but the guide focuses on issues Muslims […]

CAIR at a Glance

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) is a nonprofit, grassroots civil rights and advocacy organization. CAIR is America’s largest Muslim civil liberties organization, with affiliate offices nationwide. Its national headquarters is located on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. Since its establishment in 1994, CAIR has worked to promote a positive image of Islam and Muslims […]

Other Ways to Give

PAYMENTS MADE TO CAIR-ARIZONA CAN BE MAILED TO: CAIR-Arizona1819 S. Dobson Rd, #214Mesa, AZ 85202 1. Bequests & Estate Planning Want to leave behind a legacy? This program allows you the opportunity to sustain CAIR-Arizona’s future work and success. By including CAIR-Arizona in your will or trust, you are supporting our long-term civil rights work, […]

Government Affairs

Does CAIR Encourage Cooperation With Law Enforcement? June 2011 Like the rest of the mainstream American Muslim community, CAIR believes it is both our civic and religious duty to work with law enforcement to protect our nation. Even one incident of violent extremism is too many. CAIR’s a civil liberties and advocacy organization. We act […]

Civil Rights

CAIR-Arizona provides free legal services for Arizonans who have experienced discrimination because of their religion (or perception of religion). Most CAIR civil rights cases are resolved outside of court. However, CAIR is currently issuing broader legal challenges to a variety of policies and practices affecting the Muslim community. These include: In the beginning of 2011, […]

Understanding Islam

Islam is not a new religion. It is the same truth that God revealed to all His prophets throughout history. Islam is both a religion and a complete way of life. Muslims follow a religion of peace, mercy and forgiveness that should not be associated with acts of violence against the innocent. There are an […]