L.A. Muslims Welcome Mourners of All Faiths in the Wake of the New Zealand Mosque Massacre

By Samuel Braslow, Los Angeles Magazine A shudder of grief ripples through the Muslim community and beyond after mass shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, … Read More

Rep. Ilhan Omar to speak at Woodland Hills banquet ’empowering Valley Muslims’

By Ariella Plachta, Los Angeles Daily News Freshman congresswoman Rep. Ilhan Omar is set to step away from a storm swirling around her in Washington … Read More

Nazi salutes and a swastika made of red cups: Newport Beach students condemned for ‘abhorrent anti-Semitic activity’

By Allyson Chiu, The Washington Post Gathered around a table covered in dozens of red plastic cups, a group of young people grins widely, posing … Read More

OC Students Play Swastika Beer Pong, Nazi Salute: Report

By Ashley Ludwig, Patch.com A photo of Orange County high school students gathered around a swastika “beer pong” table with arms outstretched in a Nazi … Read More

O.C. HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS SPARK OUTRAGE BY MAKING SWASTIKA FROM CUPS AND GIVING NAZI SALUTE

By Brendan Cole, Newsweek Police in Orange County are investigating an anti-Semitic image of a group of teenagers at a party that has gone viral … Read More

Nazi Beer Pong Photo Involving SoCal Students Condemned

By City News Service and Staff Reports, NBC/4 News School officials, a Democratic congresswoman and the Council on American-Islamic Relations Sunday condemned an internet photo … Read More

CAIR Decries Gun Store Stickers As Bigoted Against Muslims

By City News Service The Greater Los Angeles Area office of the Council on American-Islamic Relations Saturday demanded that a gun store in Santa Ana … Read More

Two years later, the continuing cost of the Muslim ban

By Farida Chehata – Published in the Los Angeles Daily News Several years ago, a client of mine at the Council on American-Islamic Relations came to the … Read More

‘AM I GOING TO MAKE IT HERE?’: AN IRANIAN WOMAN’S SEARCH FOR SUCCESS IN AMERICA

By Madeline Gray, NPR NextGenRadio Twenty-seven-year-old Hedieh Khajavi arrived in Houston on July 28, 1998. That day, she worried she might not be allowed to … Read More