CAIR-NJ Condemns Anti-Muslim Bias Incident, Calls for Probe

CAIR-NJ Condemns Anti-Muslim Bias Incident, Calls for Probe  

 

(SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ, 5/12/22) – The New Jersey chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-NJ) today condemned an alleged bias incident targeting a Muslim employee at Subaru in Union by a former colleague.

On May 4, 2022, it was reported to the Union Police Department that bacon strips were placed into the boots and pockets of the work uniform of a Muslim employee at Open Road Subaru Service Center.

[NOTE: Muslims are prohibited from consuming pork products and bigots often use pigs or pork to deliberately offend Muslim sensibilities. CAIR offers an “Employer’s Guide to Islamic Religious Practices.”]

 

The Muslim employee at the Subaru Service Center alleged that a former colleague who was terminated from the business the week prior was responsible for placing the bacon strips in his uniform and boots. The Muslim employee also accused the former colleague of prolonged verbal bias harassment. The accused would say to the Muslim employee “I’ll bring in bacon bites and feed them to you” and “you’re always blowing things up.”

The former employee accused of the bias incident was terminated from his job immediately after the Muslim employee informed Subaru management of the bias harassment on April 26, 2022. It is alleged that the bacon strip incident occurred when the former employee returned to the Subaru location on April 30 to collect his belongings from the employee locker room.

 

In a statement, CAIR-NJ Executive Director Selaedin Maksut said:

  

“This alleged bias harassment and intimidation is reprehensible and should never be tolerated. The workplace should be free of hostility and hate, especially racially motivated.  

“We applaud Subaru for taking action against the bigoted employee and hope they continue to ensure their workspace upholds respect and dignity for everyone. All employers should work to foster inclusivity by shutting down any inappropriate behavior of the type we saw in this case.  

“We thank the Union Police Department for launching an investigation into the incident and hope they will be able to collect enough evidence to charge the accused.”

Maksut noted that CAIR recently issued a civil rights report showing the highest-ever number of reported cases.

 

SEE: Complaints of Anti-Muslim Incidents, Bias on the Rise in New Jersey  

https://north-jerseynews.com/2022/04/28/complaints-of-anti-muslim-incidents-bias-on-the-rise-in-new-jersey/

 

CAIR says in a new report it received its highest ever number of civil rights complaints in 2021, including 104 complaints of incidents against Muslims in New Jersey.

 

“This is an alarming sign that Islamophobia is persistent and systemic in society and government policy,” said Nihad Awad, CAIR National’s Executive Director.  “While we recognize that we’ve made progress as a society in terms of addressing social injustices, our report shows that Islamophobia continues to pose the biggest threat American Muslims are facing.”

“This points toward an ever still rising trend of Islamophobia, or alternatively, CAIR-NJ still reaching the capacity to address the greater, true amount of Islamophobia,” CAIR-New Jersey said in its report. Additionally, CAIR-New Jersey noted that the data does not comprise all incidents of Islamophobia happening in the Garden State, “but reflects a good sample data of the New Jersey population.”

Of New Jersey’s 104 reports, 41 cases, or 39.4%, involved discrimination; 22 cases, or 21.2%, involved law enforcement; and 14 cases, or 13.5%, involved hate and bias, CAIR-New Jersey said.

 

CAIR-NJ Report: https://cair-nj.org/2022-report/

CAIR National Report: https://www.cair.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/Still-Suspect-Report-2022.pdf

 

CAIR’s mission is to protect civil rights, enhance understanding of Islam, promote justice, and empower American Muslims.

 

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CAIR-New Jersey Welcomes Hate Crime Charges for Vandalism of Mural Depicting Muslim Woman

CAIR-New Jersey Welcomes Hate Crime Charges for Vandalism of Mural Depicting Muslim Woman

 

(PLAINFIELD, NJ, 5/6/2022) – The New Jersey chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-NJ), the nation’s largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, today welcomed hate crime charges against a man suspected of vandalizing a mural in Highland Park, N.J., depicting a Muslim woman wearing an Islamic head scarf, or hijab.

The suspect, a 54-year-old Highland Park native, has been charged with fourth-degree bias intimidation and criminal mischief for allegedly spray painting over the portion of the mural depicting a Muslim woman wearing an Islamic head scarf. The vandalism reportedly occurred on April 29.

SEE: Highland Park, NJ man charged with hate crime in mural vandalism 

https://nj1015.com/highland-park-nj-arrest-mural-vandalism-hate-crime-bias-charge/

“We thank law enforcement authorities for their swift action in this case,” said CAIR-NJ Executive Director Selaedin Maksut. “The residents of Highland Park have demonstrated clearly that they will not tolerate anti-Muslim bigotry and hate in their community.”

Maksut noted that CAIR-NJ condemned the vandalism after it occurred last month.

 

SEE: CAIR-NJ Condemns Graffiti Defacing Highland Park Mural of Muslim Woman, Welcomes Swift Police Investigation

He also noted that CAIR recently issued a civil rights report showing the highest ever number of reported Muslim civil rights complaints.

SEE: Complaints of Anti-Muslim Incidents, Bias on the Rise in New Jersey

CAIR-NJ Report: https://cair-nj.org/2022-report/

CAIR’s mission is to protect civil rights, enhance understanding of Islam, promote justice, and empower American Muslims.

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CAIR-NJ Condemns Graffiti Defacing Highland Park Mural of Muslim Woman, Welcomes Swift Police Investigation

CAIR-NJ Condemns Graffiti Defacing Highland Park Mural of Muslim Woman, Welcomes Swift Police Investigation   

(SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ, 4/30/22) – The New Jersey chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-NJ) today condemned graffiti defacing a new mural in Highland Park, NJ depicting a Muslim woman wearing an Islamic head scarf, or hijab.

Authorities in Middlesex County are investigating two incidents of graffiti of the new mural located in downtown Highland Park. According to a photo posted to Facebook by the Highland Park Police Department, the defaced portion of the mural depicts a woman wearing the religious head covering.

SEE: Graffiti on New Mural In Middlesex Co. Under Investigation  

https://patch.com/new-jersey/newbrunswick/graffiti-new-mural-middlesex-co-under-investigation

 

In a statement, CAIR-NJ Executive Director Selaedin Maksut said:

“It is not enough for local leaders to condemn anti-Muslim hatred publicly on social media. The message must be brought back to their personal circles and intimate gatherings, to those nearest to them, that anti-Muslim hatred is not tolerated here or anywhere. We must make those who harbor anti-Black racism, Islamophobia, antisemitism, xenophobia, and other forms of bigotry feel uncomfortable and unwelcomed in our presence. Hate must be condemned publicly and privately.   

“We thank the Highland Police department for their swift action, and hope they are able to find those responsible for this vandalism.

“Local interfaith leadership and community members in Highland Park have worked hard to make their town welcoming and inclusive of people of all faiths. The vandals wish to erode the bonds of brotherhood and sisterhood built among the diverse local communities through New Jersey, but they will not succeed. We will not let them. Together, our local communities will condemn and overcome this display of ignorance and hate for the sake of a better world.” 

Maksut noted that CAIR recently issued a civil rights report showing the highest-ever number of reported cases.

 

SEE: Complaints of Anti-Muslim Incidents, Bias on the Rise in New Jersey  

https://north-jerseynews.com/2022/04/28/complaints-of-anti-muslim-incidents-bias-on-the-rise-in-new-jersey/

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) says in a new report it received its highest ever number of civil rights complaints in 2021, including 104 complaints of incidents against Muslims in New Jersey.

“This is an alarming sign that Islamophobia is persistent and systemic in society and government policy,” said Nihad Awad, CAIR National’s Executive Director.  “While we recognize that we’ve made progress as a society in terms of addressing social injustices, our report shows that Islamophobia continues to pose the biggest threat American Muslims are facing.”

“This points toward an ever still rising trend of Islamophobia, or alternatively, CAIR-NJ still reaching the capacity to address the greater, true amount of Islamophobia,” CAIR-New Jersey said in its report. Additionally, CAIR-New Jersey noted that the data does not comprise all incidents of Islamophobia happening in the Garden State, “but reflects a good sample data of the New Jersey population.”

Of New Jersey’s 104 reports, 41 cases, or 39.4%, involved discrimination; 22 cases, or 21.2%, involved law enforcement; and 14 cases, or 13.5%, involved hate and bias, CAIR-New Jersey said.

 

CAIR-NJ Report: https://cair-nj.org/2022-report/

CAIR National Report:  

https://www.cair.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/Still-Suspect-Report-2022.pdf

 

CAIR’s mission is to protect civil rights, enhance understanding of Islam, promote justice, and empower American Muslims.

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CAIR-NJ to Join in Presentation of Award to Syrian-American Muslim Hero Zack Tahhan for Assisting Capture of Subway Bombing Suspect

CAIR-NJ to Join in Presentation of Award to Syrian-American Muslim Hero Zack Tahhan for Assisting Capture of Subway Bombing Suspect 

(SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ, 4/21/2022) – On Friday, April 22, the New Jersey chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-NJ) will join Prospect Park Mayor Mohamed T. Khairullah and Mayor Mike Ghassali of the Borough of Montvale to honor Syrian-American Muslim Zack Tahhan with a Good Samaritan Award.

Tahhan is being hailed for spotting and pointing out the Brooklyn subway mass shooting suspect, which helped lead to the capture and arrest of the individual.

 

WHEN: Friday, April 22, 5 PM 

WHERE: In front of the Prospect Park Municipal Building, 106 Brown Avenue, Prospect Park, NJ

CONTACT: CAIR-NJ Executive Director Selaedin Maksut, 908-267-3119, smaksut@cair.com

 

In a statement, CAIR-NJ Executive Director Selaedin Maksut said:

“Zack was quick-thinking and showed great courage at a time when many others would hesitate to act. We applaud his bravery. We are grateful to Mayor Khairullah and Mayor Ghassali for organizing the ceremony to honor Zack Tahhan. It is important that we uplift those who do good as an example for others.” 

Maksut said the American Muslim community is very proud of Tahhan for his actions that day. 

CAIR’s mission is to protect civil rights, enhance understanding of Islam, promote justice, and empower American Muslims.

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CONTACT: CAIR-NJ Executive Director Selaedin Maksut, 908-267-3119, smaksut@cair.com

 


 

SYRIAN AMERICAN MAYORS TO HONOR LOCAL SYRIAN AMERICAN HERO 

 

Prospect Park Mayor Mohamed T. Khairullah and Montvale Mayor Mike Ghassali to Honor 

Syrian-American Hero Zack Tahhan with a Key to City and Proclamation 

 

(PROSPECT PARK, NJ) – Mayor Mohamed T. Khairullah, the Municipal Council, of the Borough of Prospect Park in partnership with Mayor Mike Ghassali of the Borough of Montvale will be holding a joint press conference and ceremony on Friday, April 22, 2022 at 5:00PM in front of the Prospect Park Municipal Building (106 Brown Avenue, Prospect Park, NJ) to honor Syrian American hero and New Jersey resident Zack Tahhan who is being hailed for spotting and pointing out the Brooklyn subway mass shooting suspect which led to the capture and arrest of the individual. 

 

The 21-year-old New Jerseyan who hails from Aleppo, Syria was immediately celebrated by New Yorkers and his fellow Americans after he quickly jumped to action when he spotted the terror suspect. Mr. Tahhan who works as a security camera technician immediately identified the subway mass shooting suspect to local authorities from photographs released by the NYPD which was widely shared online and in the media while he was updating a closed-circuit TV system at a hardware store in Manhattan’s East Village. Mr. Tahhan’s alertness and bravery in helping capture the Brooklyn subway terrorist, who was armed and dangerous, thus preventing further casualties to the general public, comes in the aftermath of a shocking attack that left 29 people wounded, including five in critical condition. 

 

“I am happy that the Brooklyn Subway shooter was captured quickly, ending the possibility of any further harm to other innocent lives,” stated Mayor Mohamed T. Khairullah of Prospect Park who will be presenting a ‘Key to the City’ to Zack Tahhan. The irony in the efforts of Mr. Tahhan being a Syrian American who had to flee the war in Syria, is that if he was not born in the United States, he would have never been allowed into the United States because he would be considered a terror suspect, which he proved to be the furthest from and is now he is hailed as an American hero. His story debunks the fear mongers’ narrative and affirms the oneness of our humanity, Mayor Khairullah added. 

 

“I am incredibly proud of everyone’s efforts to catch the Brooklyn shooter and stop him from causing more harm,” said Mayor Mike Ghassali of Montvale who will be presenting a Proclamation to honor Zack Tahhan’s heroic efforts. “I am especially proud of a fellow Syrian, Zack Tahhan who he himself witnessed atrocities and escaped danger while in Syria and knows what pain and anguish violence brings to families. Zack Tahhan represents the true American Syrian people who love and care for this country and for what it stands for, he is a hero,” Mayor Ghassali added. 

 

CONTACT: Intashan Chowdhury, MPA 

P: (973) 790-7902 ext. 532 

E: chowdhuryi@prospectpark.net 

CAIR-NJ Welcomes Conviction of Couple for Anti-Muslim Harassment

CAIR-NJ Welcomes Conviction of Couple for Anti-Muslim Harassment

(SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ, 4/21/2022) – The New Jersey chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-NJ), the nation’s largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, today welcomed the conviction of a Hudson County couple who harassed and threatened a neighbor they perceived to be Muslim.

The couple made threatening remarks to the neighbor on the basis of his perceived religion on several occasions from between 2016 and 2018. One occasion, the husband reportedly made gun gestures with his fingers at the neighbor and his three and seven-year-old children and then ran his finger in a slashing motion across his throat. The couple were initially arrested in 2018 and will be sentenced in June.

SEE: Jersey City couple convicted of years of anti-Muslim harassment of neighbor
https://www.nj.com/hudson/2022/04/jersey-city-couple-convicted-of-years-of-anti-muslim-harassment-of-neighbor.html

“We welcome guilty verdicts for the perpetrators of this disturbing, hateful crime, and we’re thankful that they were convicted before they could carry out their threats,” said CAIR-NJ Executive Director Selaedin Maksut. “Communities in New Jersey and nationwide must come together and reject anti-Muslim bigotry and other forms of hate.”

He said CAIR and the American Muslim community stand in solidarity with all those challenging antisemitism, anti-Black racism, xenophobia, Islamophobia, and white supremacy.

CAIR’s mission is to protect civil rights, enhance understanding of Islam, promote justice, and empower American Muslims.

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CAIR-NJ Condemns Racist Calls Harassing Palestinian Business in Paterson

CAIR-NJ Condemns Racist Calls Harassing Palestinian Business in Paterson   

(South Plainfield, NJ, 4/15/22) – The New Jersey chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-NJ), the nation’s largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, today condemned a series of racist anonymous calls targeting a Palestinian-owned small business in Paterson, N.J.

Harassing phone calls to Palestine Hair Salon in Paterson were placed earlier this month. The anonymous caller repeatedly insulted Islam’s Prophet Muhammad, Islam, and Muslims. The caller also called Palestinians terrorists and thieves.

LISTEN: SEE VIDEO

 

In a statement, CAIR-NJ Executive Director Selaedin Maksut said:

“This harassment is a reminder of the deep-seated animus against Arabs and Muslims. Such a display of unabashed Islamophobia and anti-Palestinian hate must be firmly condemned by everyone who values humanity and its diversity.”   

In a statement, PACC (Palestinian American Community Center) Executive Director Rania Mustafa said:

“These calls started shortly after the City Council voted on re-naming Main Street between Buffalo and Gould Ave ‘Palestine Way’ in recognition of the contributions that the Palestinian American community has given to Paterson. We do think the timing is not a coincidence, but a direct response. We must condemn and firmly stand against the erasure of any recognition of Palestine and the contributions of Palestinians.”

 

CAIR’s mission is to protect civil rights, enhance understanding of Islam, promote justice, and empower American Muslims.

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CAIR, CAIR-NJ Welcome Guilty Plea in Racist Harassment Targeting Black Woman in Maryland

CAIR, CAIR-NJ Welcome Guilty Plea in Racist Harassment Targeting Black Woman in Maryland

 

(South Plainfield, 3/9/2022) – The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and its New Jersey chapter (CAIR-NJ) today welcomed a guilty plea by a New Jersey man who sent racist, threatening texts to a Black woman in Maryland.

The man reportedly sent anonymous texts in which he used racial slurs and threatened the woman and her family, telling her to “eat my bullets” and that he knows where she lives. The man also reportedly threatened to rape the woman’s family. The man pled guilty to making threatening interstate communications and faces up to five years in prison.

 

SEE: N.J. man admits sending racist, threatening text to Black woman in Maryland

https://www.nj.com/gloucester-county/2022/03/nj-man-admits-sending-racist-threatening-text-to-black-woman-in-maryland.html

“These horrific messages of hate remind us of the danger of racism in our society,” said CAIR Maryland Director Zainab Chaudry. “We welcome the guilty plea in this case and urge law enforcement to take all cases of racist harassment seriously.”

“We condemn this abhorrent act of hate and welcome the guilty plea,” said CAIR-NJ Executive Director Selaedin Maksut. “Communities in New Jersey, Maryland and nationwide must come together to oppose the rising tide of violent racism and bigotry.”

The American Muslim community and CAIR stand in solidarity with all those challenging anti-Black racism, xenophobia, Islamophobia, antisemitism, white supremacy, and all other forms of bigotry.

CAIR’s mission is to protect civil rights, enhance understanding of Islam, promote justice, and empower American Muslims.

 

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CONTACT: CAIR-NJ Executive Director Selaedin Maksut, 908-267-3119, smaksut@cair.com; CAIR Office in Maryland Director Zainab Chaudry, 410-971-6062, zchaudry@cair.com; CAIR National Communications Director Ibrahim Hooper, 202-744-7726, ihooper@cair.com; CAIR National Communications Coordinator Ismail Allison, 202-770-6280, iallison@cair.com

CAIR New Jersey Condemns Racist, Obscene Banner Hung on Overpass

CAIR New Jersey Condemns Racist, Obscene Banner Hung on Overpass 

(SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ, 3/7/2022) – The New Jersey chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-NJ) today condemned the racist and obscene banner hung from an overpass on Route 22.
An investigation by the Bridgewater Police Department is ongoing after the anti-Black Lives Matter sign was placed over American flags on the pedestrian overpass over Route 22 to the Bridgewater Commons Mall last week.

 

SEE: Police Investigating Racist, Profane Banner Hung on Overpass on NJ Highway  

https://www.tapinto.net/towns/paterson/sections/other-nj-news/articles/police-investigating-racist-profane-banner-hung-on-overpass-on-nj-highway

 

In a statement, CAIR-NJ Executive Director Selaedin Maksut said:

“We strongly condemn this racist banner and urge people of all backgrounds in our state to repudiate the growing bigotry and division we are witnessing in New Jersey and nationwide.”  

He said the American Muslim community and CAIR stand in solidarity with all those challenging anti-Black racism, xenophobia, Islamophobia, antisemitism, white supremacy and all other forms of bigotry.

CAIR’s mission is to protect civil rights, enhance understanding of Islam, promote justice, and empower American Muslims.

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CAIR-NJ Welcomes Gov. Murphy’s Diverse List of Judicial Nominees, Including Two Muslims

CAIR-NJ Welcomes Gov. Murphy’s Diverse List of Judicial Nominees, Including Two Muslims 

(SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ, 3/1/2022) – The New Jersey chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-NJ) today welcomed the diversity of Governor Phil Murphy’s 15 new judicial nominees, including CAIR-NJ’s Board of Director’s Chairwoman Nadia Kahf Esq.

If confirmed by the State Senate, Nadia would be the first Muslim woman to wear hijab on the bench.

Nadia Kahf, Esq. practices immigration law in Haledon, N.J., and would sit in Passaic County.  She is the Chairwoman of CAIR-NJ board, having served in that position since 2003.

She is the legal advisor to Wafa House, a Passaic County-based non-profit domestic violence agency, and Chairwoman of ICPC (Islamic Center of Passaic County).

 

SEE: Murphy names 15 new judges with huge number of minority nominees

 

In a statement, CAIR-NJ Executive Director Selaedin Maksut said:

“We welcome the diversity of the Governor’s fifteen nominees, and in particular the nominations of Nadia Kahf and Rahat Bader, two American Muslims.  

“Nadia is a pillar in the community. She has served the North Jersey Muslim community selflessly for much of her life in multiple volunteer and leadership capacities. From her community-oriented work at the Islamic Center of Passaic County and WAFA House, to her passion for the civil rights work of our CAIR-New Jersey office, Nadia has long been a champion for social justice.  

“We are honored by the nomination and pray that she is successfully appointed as a superior court judge.   

“Her potential judgeship as a Muslim woman is especially inspiring for so many aspiring young American Muslims. As a pioneer in the field, she will pave the way for so many others” 

 

CAIR’s mission is to protect civil rights, enhance understanding of Islam, promote justice, and empower American Muslims.

 

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CAIR-NJ Condemns Bias Attack at Paterson Mosque, Welcomes Prosecutor’s Charges

CAIR-NJ Condemns Bias Attack at Paterson Mosque, Welcomes Prosecutor’s Charges

(SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ, 3/1/2022) – The New Jersey chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-NJ) today condemned an alleged assault on a Paterson mosque muezzin(the one who calls the prayer) by a Paterson resident.  

 

CAIR New Jersey also welcomed the Passaic County Prosecutor’s charges against the alleged attacker.  

  

Edward Wright, who was arrested Feb. 22, allegedly entered the mosque on Preakness Avenue on Dec. 23 and shoved and struck a prayer leader while yelling in a threatening manner, according to Sheriff Richard Berdnik.  

  

The suspect had been railing against the call to prayer (adhan) at Masjid Abu Bakr, which is conducted on a loudspeaker. He allegedly stated, “This needs to stop,” “You guys need to go somewhere else” and “I don’t want to hear that [expletive] every day,” Berdnik said.  

  

Wright, 57, allegedly pushed the man from the back, slapped a microphone from his hand and struck him in the shoulder, Berdnik said. The victim in the alleged assault was a muezzin, an assistant to the imam who issues the call to prayer, said Burhan Uddin, a mosque board member.  

  

He was charged with simple assault and bias intimidation and released pending a court date. The matter was referred to the Bias Crime Unit at the Passaic County Prosecutor’s Office, Berdnik said.  

 

VIDEO: CAIR-NJ: Man accused of bias attack at Paterson mosque during call to prayer 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJkzOOsHtNQ 

   

In a statement, CAIR-NJ Executive Director Selaedin Maksut said:    

     

“This incident is concerning for the local Muslim community that frequents the mosque. Having a stranger enter the mosque with the alleged intention to inflict physical harm is unsettling at the very least. The Islamophobia and racism against Muslims that continues to negatively impact our nation will not deter American Muslims from practicing their faith. We are an unapologetic community that will not be intimidated.    

  

“The incident is an assault on our freedoms and rights as Americans before it is an assault on our faith community. New Jersey law allows for all houses of worship, regardless of faith, to publicly issue their call to prayer.  

 

“Be it a church bell, the Muslim adhan, or other religious sounds, all houses of worship and New Jerseyans are granted equal opportunity in this regard, and to practice their faith freely under the law. No racist attacker will take this away from us.”  

  

“I live only a few minutes from Abu Bakr Masjid. I often see elderly Muslims in traditional clothing walking the area. They feel safe, but alleged racist attacks like this erode that feeling, causing many to second guess their daily walks to and from the mosque. It’s an unfortunate reality we plan to address in the locale.” 

 

He said CAIR is urging houses of worship to take extra security precautions using its “Best Practices for Mosque and Community Safety” booklet. The advice in CAIR’s security publication is applicable to religious institutions of all faiths.    


The booklet may be viewed at:
https://www.cair.com/mosque-and-community-safety/     

  

CAIR’s mission is to protect civil rights, enhance understanding of Islam, promote justice, and empower American Muslims.      

  

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