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- House unveils bill to speed deportations of illegal immigrant children
- Californians protest middle school for hiring white man to teach cultural studies
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- Fla. mom arrested for allowing 7-year-old son to walk to park alone
Topic - council on american-islamic relations
Neighborliness, not recruiting, drives 30-something Zainab Chaudry and her friends to share small gifts of candy and treats with others during Ramadan, which begins Sunday.
Claiming an ad campaign now featured on Washington D.C. public buses misrepresents their faith, a leading Muslim anti-discrimination group announced a counter ad campaign of its own on Wednesday.
FX wants Muslims to know that its upcoming drama series "Tyrant" will to be respectful of Islam after leaders of the Council on American-Islamic Relations raised concerns over potential stereotyping.
A Kansas sheriff's department has rejected a national Muslim organization's request to cancel a two-day training program to be conducted by a former FBI agent who specializes in Muslim extremism.
Remember when colleges prided themselves on the diligence and depth of their research? Frederick Lawrence, president of Brandeis University, apparently does not.
A nationally known scholar of Islam is slated to speak at the Oklahoma chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations' annual awards banquet next month.
A newly-formed umbrella group of American Muslim organizations is planning to conduct a census as a means to help promote the rights and goals of its members.
A federal judge on Wednesday dismissed a conservative Christian advocacy group's lawsuit against a Muslim rights organization over the cancellation of a speech by an anti-Muslim speaker at a southwestern Michigan school.
The executive director of San Diego's Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) is outraged after learning that a local woman used a burqa to try and disguise herself while trying to rob a bank.
A Wal-Mart employee a New York store was sent packing after his bosses noticed comments he posted on his Facebook page that were deemed derogatory to Muslims.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations is urging all local and federal U.S. prisons to adopt more "hijab-friendly' policies by allowing Muslim women to wear headscarves during their detention and in photos.
Last week, 25 Republican senators wrote a letter to a former member of their caucus and the man President Obama wants to lead the Defense Department, demanding full disclosure of his financial dealings. To date, Sen. Chuck Hagel has demonstrated afresh his contempt for the legislature by declining to do so.
A Detroit gun shop has pulled its Osama bin Laden skeleton targets after an outcry by the the Council on American-Islamic Relations.
The Department of Justice and the FBI are revising their counterterrorism training material to remove "inaccurate and biased information" at the direction of Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. and FBI Director Robert S. Mueller.
Wake up, America. Our country is under attack and we are either too blind, apathetic or politically correct to acknowledge it. have we, like Europe, succumbed to the intimidation of radical Islam and the cultural subversion of Shariah?