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Muslims are on the frontlines fighting hate | Haris Tarin on FOX

Bill O'Reilly (TV Writer)
Charlie Hebdo (Newspaper)
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Council On American–Islamic Relations (Nonprofit Organization)
Fox News
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Muslim Public Affairs Council (Organization)
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On January 13, 2015 By MPAC
Fox News host Bill O’Reilly invited MPAC's Haris Tarin and CAIR's Hussam Ayloush to discuss terrorism in the wake of the Paris attack against a satirical newspaper.
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The Crisis of ISIS: Failed Policies or Perverted Ideology?

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Imam Qazwini
Juan Cole (Author)
Sherman Jackson (Author)
Violent Extremism
On December 31, 2014 By MPAC
-- A session from MPAC's 2014 Convention -- With the incessant violence in the Middle East caused by violent extremism, Muslims are asking each other a major question: “What can we do?” It feels overwhelming, but there's a lot we can do. This panel looks at the root causes, failed policies and ideological perversions which has lead to the creation and success if ISIS to capture the imagination and shock the conscience of the world. Panelists include: Juan Cole, Professor and Curator of Informed Comment blog Zaher Shahloul, President of Syrian American Medical Society Imam Qazwini, Islamic Educational Center of Orange County Mudassar Ahmad, Concordia Moderator Haris Tarin, MPAC DC Office Director Concluding remarks by Sherman Jackson, Professor and Scholar
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MPAC Announces ‘Safe Spaces Initiative’ – followed by Q&A with reporters

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Counter-terrorism (TV Subject)
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Imam Mohamed Magid
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Muslim Public Affairs Council (Organization)
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On April 16, 2014 By MPAC
MPAC held a press conference alongside notable Muslim community leaders at the National Press Club to announce a new campaign to actively prevent violent extremism. Called the Safe Spaces Initiative, the campaign is the first major national grassroots effort to equip American Muslim community and campus leaders with practical tools for developing healthy communities as well as intervention strategies for troubled individuals. You can download the paper from the Safe Spaces website (mpac.org/safespaces).
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