CAIR-CA Welcomes Gov. Newsom’s January Budget Proposal, Identifies Areas for Growth

(SACRAMENTO, CA – 1/14/2021) – The California chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-CA) welcomed Gov. Gavin Newsom’s Budget Proposal, unveiled last week.  The … Read More

Capitol Reflection

A Call to Action for Muslims in California Not even an act of insurrection instigated by President Trump or renewed calls for impeachment have stopped … Read More

An Urgent Message from Hussam Ayloush

I pray that you and your loved ones are finishing this year healthy, safe, and hopeful. It is not the type of letter I would … Read More

Q&A with the new CAIR-LA Deputy Executive Director

Masih Fouladi has been hired as the Deputy Executive Director for CAIR-LA. He spent the past three years as Executive Director of CAIR Washington. He … Read More

Where We Go From Here …

Assalaamu Alaykum, Leading into Election Day, the past few months were a whirlwind of emotions. Usually, by this time, a winner of the Presidential election has … Read More

Pray for Lebanon

Assalaamu Alaikum, There was a devastating explosion in Beirut, Lebanon on Aug. 4, with more than 100 people killed and more than 5,000 wounded. Our … Read More

In Solidarity With Our Black Brothers and Sisters

Dear Community Members and Friends, Greetings of peace. On behalf of the entire CAIR California (CAIR-CA) family, we write to express love for, solidarity with, … Read More

EVERYDAY HEROES DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC: Victor Valladares

Helping people has become a daily calling for Victor Valladares. With the COVID-19 pandemic impacting many residents of his Oak View neighborhood in Huntington Beach, … Read More

EVERYDAY HEROES DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC: Michael Sean Wright

His daily mission is to help the homeless. Walking the streets of several Orange County cities, Michael Sean Wright administers whatever doses of treatment and … Read More

CAIR-LA Delivers Refreshments to First Responders in Los Angeles

During Ramadan, both fasting and acts of charity are obligatory upon Muslims who are able to do so. CAIR-LA was proud to partner with Project … Read More