Press Conference in Response to Executive Orders

Tomorrow, January 27, 2017, CAIR-Philadelphia will join Nationalities Service Center, HIAS-PA, ACLU-PA, and the Public Interest Law Center for a press conference in response to President Trump’s recent executive orders regarding the border wall with Mexico and ban on immigration from Muslim-majority countries.

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CAIR-Philadelphia to Offer Testimony at City Council Hearing

On Thursday, January 26, at Philadelphia City Hall, Jacob Bender, Executive Director of the Philadelphia Chapter of CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations) will offer testimony at the Philadelphia City Council, from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm, in support of the adoption of Resolution No. 161119, submitted last December 8th by Councilmember Helen Gym.

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Interfaith Leaders to Demand that President-Elect Trump Denounce anti-Muslim Attacks and Respect Civil Rights of All Americans

(PHILADELPHIA, PA, 11/11/16) – On Monday, November 14, the Philadelphia chapter of the Council on American-Islamic (CAIR-Philadelphia), the nation’s largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, will hold a news conference, together with leaders of other faith communities, to offer reactions to the election of Donald Trump as the 45th

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CAIR Calls on President-Elect Trump to Respect the Rights of All Americans, Pledges to Work to Strengthen the Nation

(PHILADELPHIA, PA, 11/9/16) – The Philadelphia Chapter of the Council on American-Islamic-Relations, the nation’s largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, today issued a statement calling on President-elect Donald Trump to respect the rights of all Americans and pledging to work with the new president to strengthen the nation. In

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Muslim Leaders, Interfaith Allies, Elected Officials in Harrisburg to Condemn Islamophobia in Presidential Campaign

(PHILADELPHIA, PA, 10/20/16) – Scores of Muslim community leaders from around Pennsylvania will be coming to Harrisburg on Tuesday, October 25, for the Second Annual “Muslim Capitol Day.” Participants in Muslim Capitol Day will have a private meeting with Governor Tom Wolf and visit their elected representatives in the morning,

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