Report: 56% of Muslim Students in California Feel Unsafe in Their Schools

A survey of Muslim students in California by the Council on American-Islamic Relations found that 56% of respondents felt unsafe, unwelcome, or uncomfortable at school because of … Read More

Survey: More than half California’s Muslim students don’t feel safe in school

More than half of the students surveyed across California said they do not feel safe at school because they are bullied for their Muslim heritage, … Read More

Video: CAIR-San Diego Offers Workshop to Help Afghan Refugee Families Reunite

CAIR San Diego hosted a workshop to support the families who have recently arrived to San Diego from Afghanistan after the Taliban takeover. This workshop … Read More

CAIR-San Diego helps newly arrived Afghan families acclimate to life in U.S.

Dozens of Afghans who have recently resettled in San Diego in the months since the United States pulled its troops from Afghanistan attended a workshop … Read More

CAIR San Diego Seeks Reprimand for San Diego County District 2 Supervisor Joel Anderson’s ‘Islamophobic Smears’

(SAN DIEGO, CA, 10/7/21) – The San Diego chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-San Diego) today called on the San Diego Board of Supervisors to … Read More

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CAIR San Diego Welcomes Life Sentence of San Diego Resident Who Shot Up a Poway Synagogue and Burned an Escondido Mosque.

(SAN DIEGO, CA, 9/30/21) – The San Diego chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-San Diego) today welcomed the plea agreement reached by the San Diego … Read More

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The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) is urging Hilton Worldwide Holdings to drop plans to build a hotel in China’s Xinjiang region on the site … Read More

Ammar Qadan | Genomics and COVID-19 Vaccines: What Should You Know?

Ammar Qadan (CAIR-SD Board member and V.P at Illumina), speaks with famous Lebanese TV Anchor, Ghida Majzoub, about the role genomics play in accelerating the … Read More

Why universal health care would especially help Blacks, Latinos and Arab Americans

Assalamualaikum (Peace be upon you) dear community members, The San Diego Union Tribune has published this article written by Ammar Qadan, a member of the … Read More

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On January 31st 2020, following the third anniversary of the Muslim Ban, Donald Trump has put even more families in a perilous situation by extending the … Read More