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  • Embassy Move Threatens Religious Freedom, Lasting Peace

    May 18, 2018
    President Trump has consistently stated that resolving the conflict is a top priority for his administration while ignoring continued warnings that moving the US embassy would dramatically undermine that goal. Indeed, when the White House first announced the move in December, Palestinian leaders considered the announcement a betrayal of trust and good faith. They have refused to participate in the peace process since.

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  • Embassy Celebration met with Gaza Massacre

    May 14, 2018
    Today, the Trump administration officially opened a US embassy in Jerusalem, effectively recognizing the city as the capital of Israel. Recognizing Jerusalem as the Israeli capital -- an area that the United Nations designated as an international city in 1947 -- has confirmed US intentions of blind support for the Israeli military occupation of Palestinian land.

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  • While the Supreme Court Deliberates, the Digital Muslim Ban Is Moving Forward

    May 10, 2018
    Imagine if tweeting about foreign policy got you banned from entering the country. That reality isn't so far off with a new initiative quietly moving forward under the Department of Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE). ICE is already implementing a new "extreme digital vetting" program that will also have intense consequences for our communities.

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  • Pulling Out of the Iran Deal Harms America's Interest

    May 8, 2018
    We are alarmed by Trump's decision to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal. This decision puts us in danger of getting entangled in yet another manufactured war in the Middle East. Trump continues to isolate us from our global partners and puts us at risk from losing further confidence from the international community that we are a nation that stands by our agreements. 

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  • When Our Democracy Is at Risk, It’s Time to Roll Up Our Sleeves

    May 3, 2018
    Last week, the White House's top lawyer referred to Islam as "one of the greatest countries in the world" in our nation's highest court. The blunder, which capped off a morning of high stakes oral arguments over the Muslim ban, served as both a telling Freudian slip and the perfect encapsulation of just how far our government's credibility and competence have plummeted. When we can no longer trust our most sacred institutions to maintain even the most basic standards of truth and fidelity, our democracy as we know it falls under attack, and marginalized communities are the first to suffer.

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IN THEIR WORDS

  • MPAC has been serving the community for thirty years now, making a strong stand for diversity of the people, of many different ethnicities, faiths, cultures. We are all standing strong with the Muslim Public Affairs Council.
    George Takei Actor, Activist
  • My son attended an MPAC event where Khizr Khan, George Takei, and Van Jones spoke about Islam and Muslims. You gave my son a sense of pride in his identity, he donated to MPAC, and he asked how he could work for MPAC when he was older. Thank you.
    Nancy Serag MPAC Supporter
  • If MPAC existed in 1942, Japanese Americans would have never gone to [internment] camps. And this is why, as a Congressman, I'm here for this community too.
    Fmr. Congressman Mike Honda
  • Thank you for everything you've done to broaden my horizon, to make me better at my job, to make me a better American.
    Ben Rhodes President Barack Obama's Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategic Communications
  • One can honestly say, the existence of MPAC has never been more important.
    John Esposito Professor of Religion & International Affairs and Islamic Studies, Georgetown University

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