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American Muslims are requested to be ‘extra vigilant’ in wake of Capitol riot

A leading Muslim-American civil rights and advocacy group urged Muslims to remain “extra vigilant” until the end of President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration amid a threat of white supremacist violence. Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)  requested security to be enhanced in mosques as the threat posed by white supremacists in all 50 states during the Capitol …

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The Muslim Ban & Biden’s Promise

In January 2017, President Trump issued his original Muslim Ban just days after entering office.  The executive order barred people from several Muslim-majority countries from traveling to the US for 90 days leaving thousands of vulnerable people, many of whom had already been approved for resettlement to the US, trapped in uncertainty. How the Ban …

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The Presidency which leaves behind an American Carnage and what it means to Minorities

The failure of the police to secure the Capitol complex, despite days of notice of pro-Trump protests and warnings of possible violence, drew outrage from lawmakers, officials but did not surprise the Muslim American and Black community. In sharp contrast to June 1, when federal law enforcement officers used force against largely peaceful Black Lives …

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The CLCMA tackled USCIS and brought justice to a Decade Pending Citizenship Case

It has been known for USCIS to delay and deny immigration cases based on an applicant’s religion, national origin, or prior group affiliations. Their institutional bias is known to be particularly high for applicants who are Muslim or from Muslim-majority countries. Case Details The Constitutional Law Center for Muslims in America, grant funded by the …

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