CAIR-AZ’s David Chami Appears on NPR (KJZZ) to Discuss #MuslimBan

On Wednesday, CAIR-AZ board member David Chami stopped in-studio with KJZZ – discussing the latest developments from the #MuslimBan: Click Here to listen: “The Supreme Court won’t formally take up the matter of the Trump administration’s six-nation travel ban until October, but last month, the court did allow some of the ban to take hold. […]

CAIR Says SCOTUS ‘Muslim Ban’ Decision Ignores Anti-Muslim Bigotry, Emboldens Islamophobes in Trump Administration

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), the nation’s largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, said today’s decision by the U.S. Supreme Court allowing a limited version of the Trump administration’s “Muslim ban” executive orders to take effect ignores the Islamophobic origins of the policy and emboldens Islamophobes in the Trump administration. The court said […]

CAIR-AZ – First Somali-American lawmaker Ilhan Omar: Muslims ‘no longer alone.’

Arizona Republic covers CAIR-AZ’s “A Ramadan Night for Civil Rights” – and our keynote speaker, Representative Ilhan Omar (D-MN.) Read Full Article at: The Minneapolis bus was crowded, but Ilhan Omar felt alone.  It was just after Sept. 11, and the “visibly Muslim” Somali refugee had noticed neighbors, colleagues and teachers growing increasingly suspicious of […]