CAIR-CA Releases New Civil Rights Report and Accompanying Guides

(San Diego, CA, 8/08/18) – The California Chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-CA) today announced the release of its annual civil rights report … Read More

U.S. Supreme Court Ruling on Muslim Ban 3.0 What You Need to Know

Today the U.S. Supreme Court issued a 5-4 decision in support of Trump’s bigoted Muslim Ban. Now more than ever, it’s important to know your … Read More

CAIR Decries U.S. Supreme Court’s Decision Allowing Muslim Ban to Remain in Effect

(SAN DIEGO, CA., 6/26/18) — The Council on American-Islamic Relations, San Diego Office (CAIR-SD), part of the nation’s largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, today decried the U.S. … Read More

Muslim Day at the Capitol registration

Please contact our office directly if you would like to join our group on Monday, April 23rd when 75 of us are flying from San … Read More

Love A Muslim Day

Thank you very much to our unwavering allies at Veterans for Peace, Interfaith Worker Justice of San Diego County, American Friends Service Committee, the United … Read More

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CAIR California Donor Privacy Policy

Donor Privacy Policy   CAIR-CA provides the Donor Privacy Policy to make the donor aware of the policies and practices in regard with collecting and … Read More

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CAIR-California Releases 2016-17 Annual Civil Rights Report

Report show a 49 percent increase in reports of discriminatory treatment during travel (SAN DIEGO, CA, 8/29/17) – The California chapter of the Council on American-Islamic … Read More

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Giving in the Trump era

Every Ramadan, like many other Muslim organizations, CAIR San Diego asks you to support us financially with your charity and Zakat. We are the only organization working locally … Read More

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Ramadan Plea

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FORUM ON RELIGIOUS FREEDOM

  Friends of the American Muslims, a project of CAIR San Diego “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the … Read More