Community Advisory

  By, Zohra Lasania Muslim sisters in hijabs are frequently subjected to bigoted religious and racial slurs. At CAIR Pittsburgh we receive reports of such hate regularly. Some sisters prefer to ignore and walk away, to avoid escalation.  But some sisters handle it well with a response that could educate Read more…

Joy to the world: Jesus is a celebrated prophet in Islam, too, peace be upon him

http://www.post-gazette.com/opinion/Op-Ed/2017/12/20/Jesus-is-a-celebrated-prophet-in-Islam-too-peace-be-upon-him/stories/201712130066     By: Safdar Khwaja   Safdar Khwaja is president of the Pittsburgh chapter of the Council on American Islamic Relations, the largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization in the United States. • The Christmas season brings lights, cheer and charity across America and prayerful celebration of the Read more…

Media Relations Workshop

CAIR Pittsburgh held a workshop at MCCGP on Saturday morning to enable community members and organizations alike to be more engaged in presenting the correct message and image of Islam through the various local media sources. Ibraheem Hooper, CAIR National’s Communication Director, led the group in an informative and enlightening Read more…

Commemoration and Hope

Assallamu Alaikom and May Peace and Blessings Be Upon You! On this day, we thankfully commemorate one of the greatest figures in our great nation’s history. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was an inspirational leader, and we are all truly blessed for the great strides that he made in the Read more…

PIIN Public Action Meeting – Oct 18

CAIR Pittsburgh participated in the Public Action Meeting organized by PIIN (Pennsylvania Impact Interfaith Network) on October 18 from 6:30 PM at Temple Rodef Shalom, Shadyside. CAIR congratulates the Pittsburgh muslim community delegation who came out with more than 100-people strength largely organized by the Islamic Center of Pittsburgh (ICP). Imam Read more…

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