Policy Papers

  • Ineffective & Unjust: Fixing Our Nation's Broken Immigration System

    November 23, 2010
    Concerned for the security and integrity of our country, the Muslim Public Affairs Council offers this publication as a Muslim American faith-based policy contribution to the national discourse on immigration reform. Our goal is to provide a voice of moral pragmatism.

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  • An Introduction to Muslim America

    October 10, 2010
    We hope that this special report will serve as a clear window into the Muslim American experience. This backgrounder will serve policy makers, civil society groups, media professionals, interfaith groups, educators and all those interested in having a nuanced and balanced look at our community and its rich history in our nation.

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  • Abusing Women, Abusing Islam

    October 30, 2009
    Muslim women around the world are being disproportionately abused using outdated Islamic rulings and ages-old customs, while men who commit the same actions often go free.

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  • What You Need to Know About Islamofascism Awareness Week

    October 4, 2007
    This student handbook for tackling "Islamofascism Awareness Week" provides tips for Muslim student and community groups for responding to highly controversial and provocative events on college campuses organized by extreme right wing activist David Horowitz.

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  • Envisioning Peace

    June 8, 2007
    From the perspective of the American Muslim community, composed largely of Diasporas from around the world, the Israeli-Palestinian issue is perhaps most fruitfully understood as a strenuous struggle between the national aspirations of two peoples particularly over land, the same land, Palestine.

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  • The Impact of 9/11 on Muslim American Young People

    June 7, 2007
    This special report has two goals: first, frame the issues related to the radicalization of Muslim youth in the West in a way that is consistent with realities on the ground and emphasizes the distinction between the American and European experiences; and second, provide a series of recommendations to Muslim American institutions, government and the media in their efforts to engage young Muslims in a healthy partnership of respect and equality with the goal of enhancing their integration and reducing the possibility for radicalization.

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  • MPAC Announces New Policy Journal & Book

    December 14, 2005
    During its fifth annual convention on Saturday, December 17, the Muslim Public Affairs Council will launch two exciting new publications.

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  • MPAC Releases Survey on Attitudes of American Muslim Youth

    November 30, 2005
    In simultaneous press conferences held this morning in Washington, DC and Los Angeles, the Muslim Public Affairs Council unveiled results from a groundbreaking poll of young American Muslims.

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  • Counterproductive Counterterrorism

    December 31, 2004
    In order to enhance the security of our country, it is necessary to expose the vocal minority of Americans who continue to exploit the tragedy of September 11 to advance their pre-existing anti-Muslim agenda. MPAC presents this case study on Steve Emerson with the purpose of rebutting anti-Islamic rhetoric so that the vital voice of American Muslims can be included within counterterrorism discourse.

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  • A Review of U.S. Counterterrorism Policy

    September 22, 2003
    In its second comprehensive U.S. Counterterrorism policy paper, MPAC reviews the Federal Government's policy and practices dealing with counterterrorism, identifies significant policy failures, and pinpoints constructive actions that need to be taken to strengthen our government's capacity to ensure our private freedoms and public safety.

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