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19 Members of Congress Defend Rights of Palestinian Children

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Stand with the Palestinain Children & Express Your Support Recently, 19 members of the House of Representatives submitted a letter to Secretary of State John Kerry defending the human rights of Palestinian children languishing in Israeli jails. These 19 members were moved to action after attending a briefing detailing the current situation of these Palestinian children. As American Muslims, it is imperative ...

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MPAC Condemns Shooting At Military Recruiting Center

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MPAC condemns the violent attack that resulted in four Marines being killed at a recruiting center in Chattanooga, TN. MPAC extends its condolences to the families of the victims of the attack. The alleged shooter, Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez, was killed by police. According to reports, authorities are investigating the shooting as a possible terror attack. U.S. Attorney William C. Killian ...

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The Swing Vote: The GOP’s Need for the American Muslim Vote

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The Republican Party is recognizing the need to reform itself and is becoming more inclusive and open-minded on social issues such as immigration, LGBTQ rights and welfare programs. Yet, despite all this progress, the party seems stagnant on one key issue: the treatment of American Muslims. When considering the efforts made by the Bush Administration to engage the Muslim community and ...

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The Double Standards of “Terrorism”

Terrorism Double standards

Elliot Rodger openly discussed his intentions, through his writings and vlogs, to kill every woman on University of California, Santa Barbara’s campus for misogynistic reasons, yet media outlets stated his mental illness was the primary motivation for the killing.  Craig Hicks regularly posted about his hatred of the Islamic faith and shot three Muslims “execution style,” yet media outlets stated ...

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Meeting the President at the White House Iftar

President at the White House Iftar

Dear Friend — Last night, I attended the White House Iftar on behalf of MPAC along with two of our Young Leader alumni, Wardah Khalid and Yusuf Abdul-Qadir. I had the opportunity to sit at the table with President Obama along with the responsibility to raise pressing issues facing our community. I joined eight other young American Muslim leaders at ...

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The Argument Against Boots on the Ground…Again

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Traditional warfare against ideologically-based insurgent groups has consistently shown to be a costly, bloody, and ultimately an ineffective tool. Whether it was Vietnam, Afghanistan, or Iraq, the usual rhetoric of the war being a quick and efficient one has proven to be a farce. The U.S. was bogged down in each of these countries for nearly a decade with little ...

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WBFO Coverage of Guest Speaker of the Eleventh Annual Banquet

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Listen to the full interview at WBFO RADIO

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TENTH ANNUAL “THE TENT OF ABRAHAM”

An evening of friendship and conversation of our shared values as we “break the fast’ together and enjoy an ethnic meal. In keeping with MPAC tradition, non-perishable food items and cash donations (matched by MPAC-WNY) will be collected for the needy in our community. TENTH ANNUAL    “THE TENT OF ABRAHAM” Thursday, July 09, 2015 at 7:45 PM Muslim Community ...

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The Rohingya Crisis: What it is and How We Stop it

Genocides are neither sudden nor unavoidable phenomenon. Minority groups, that were once accepted members of society, do not become targets for extermination overnight. Instead, they often begin with a series of ever-harshening policies that aim to deprive rights and implicitly condone violence against a group of people. Eventually, that group loses its claim to citizenship and becomes an unprotected minority ...

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Being young and Muslim is test of hope

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Alana Arman had to find her middle ground. As a teenager, she navigated the typical twists and turns of finding her own way. But as a Muslim, she also had to navigate the balance between her religion and the world around her. Read the rest of the article at the BuffaloNews

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