Ayman Soliman is no stranger to oppression. He participated in student protests in Egypt. As he became more involved, he started writing and taking pictures to document what was happening on the ground as a freelance journalist. The Egyptian authorities grabbed him multiple times and threw him in jail. There, he was beaten and tortured for days at a time. Ayman feared for his safety.
You’ve raised these children. All along they’ve been your responsibility, but not everything they do is under your control. Now they’re adults, and you’re hopeful about all their potential.
You’ve always been strict about no weapons in the house. You want to shelter these kids from violence if at all possible. They’re not kids, you remind yourself, but still. It’s your house, your rules.
I’m kind of a Mo Amer fan. I have seen two of his standup specials, and recently I watched the first season of Mo on Netflix. I enjoyed it. It’s funny; the characters were realistic and likable; it was easy to watch the whole season in a day or two. It’s easy to relate to their experiences, although sometimes it’s hard to watch – watching the family face the anxiety of their immigration status as asylees
MLFA’s Constitutional Law Center for Muslims in America (CLCMA) has been successful at getting more than a dozen clients off the No Fly List. We’ve helped clients who were presumably on Watchlists to get the security clearance they need to work at the airport or for the government. We’ve ensured that clients can travel without excessive harassment at the airport.
Impact litigation is one of MLFA’s major strategies. In addition to trying to win each individual case, we work for long-term change, attempting to affect the underlying laws and policies.
Our MLFA-funded Constitutional Law Center for Muslims in America (CLCMA) has been recognized and referenced by the legal community for our experience and expertise on Watchlist-related cases.