Terror of London blast felt in Delco

Adeeba Al-Zaman, a spokeswoman for the Philadelphia chapter of the Council on American-Islamic relations (CAIR), said the group has met with British representatives in Washington, and has condemned the attacks. “We’re offering our condolences,” she said. These events are unfortunate.”

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American Mosques Asked to Step Up Safety Measures

(PHILADELPHIA, PA, 7/8/05) – At times of international crisis, the number of anti-Muslim incidents nationwide tends to go up. CAIR-Philadelphia is asking that American Muslim community leaders read and implement safety measures outlined below: MUSLIM COMMUNITY SAFETY KIT TABLE OF CONTENTS: * Report Suspicious Activity in Your Community * Developing

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Madina Hasson of Mechanicsburg, a nurse who volunteers as a community organizer among midstate Somali immigrants, contacted Justin Peyton, director of civil rights for CAIR in Philadelphia. They met Jan. 11 with Amy Rafferty, human resources director for Arnold Logistics, to explain that five minutes was too short for the

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CAIR-Philly Condemns ‘Barbaric’ London Terror Attacks

(PHILADELPHIA, PA, 7/7/05) – A prominent national Islamic civil rights and advocacy group today condemned this morning’s bomb attacks in London as "barbaric crimes" that can never be justified. In its statement, the Philadelphia chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-Philadelphia) said: "We join Americans of all faiths, and

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CAIR-Philly Participates in Jesus in Islam Program

(PHILADELPHIA, PA, 5/12/05) – “Who is Jesus in Islam? – A Review of the Qur’anic Perspectives on Jesus” is the theme for the centerpiece program in a Diversity Series hosted by St. John’s Episcopal Church in Huntingdon Valley on Saturday, May 21 from 9:45 am to noon. The Muslim-Christian dialogue

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