MPAC provides an American Muslim perspective on important policy developments on relevant domestic and international issues.
For each of our platform issues, we publish policy papers, hold Capitol Hill briefings to inform policymakers, mobilize American Muslim community members, and conduct legislative and governmental advocacy to inform the policy-making and policy implementation processes.
As American Muslim organization, MPAC supports a robust approach to eradicating terrorism, both foreign and domestic. At the same time, our nation can never be truly secure when the civil liberties of any community are curtailed. Research and history show that we must take a holistic approach to addressing all forms of
MPAC supports comprehensive immigration reform in accordance with the American principles of justice, liberty, and equality. Our immigration policy should keep in line with America’s rich history of welcoming immigrants and refugees while providing equal opportunities for economic success and protecting against discrimination based on national origin, race, religion, gender,
MPAC’s flagship policy framework, Human Security, is a framework for centering the impacts of policy decisions on everyday people. Human Security Now is our grassroots campaign to push for this framework, which is based on the Four Freedoms outlined by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Freedom from Fear, Freedom from Want,
MPAC firmly defends the right to free belief and expression for people of all faiths or no faith, holds that compulsion of any religion is antithetical to our values, and supports policies that keep affairs of the state separate from the influence of religious ideologies. Additionally, MPAC supports the strong
Palestinians have the right to live free from fear of military aggression and Israeli occupation.
MPAC Human Security Campaign for Pakistan Pakistan is a major Muslim-majority ally of the United States. It has historically played a significant role in peace and security for the American people, from establishing a front against Communism forged by the Soviet Union after World War II, including the Soviet
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