Defend the Honor of Muhammad BillboardAs Muslims it is our duty to defend the honor of Prophet Muhammad (May Peace be Upon Him) when his honor is violated. It pains me to have to inform many of you that in Saint Louis, over 100 anti-Islam propaganda billboards with cartoon drawings of the Prophet Muhammad (May Peace be Upon Him) have gone up in our community. These billboards are financed by the well-known anti-Islam hate group called the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI), which the Southern Poverty Law Center has labeled as a hate group.

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Every year CAIR-STL takes on dozens of civil liberties cases. These cases involve American Muslims who suffer discrimination at work, lose their jobs or are never hired because of their appearance, are bullied in school, targeted by the FBI and immigration law enforcement, are harassed by anti-Islam groups, targets of hate crimes, and much more. Many cases go unreported as American Muslims worry about high legal costs and never pursue their case. I believe this is wrong. Anyone who has a case of discrimination should have the resources and ability to fight it in court.

WHAT: CAIR-St. Louis is sponsoring a blood drive to help the American Red 
Cross at a time of the year when there are shortages in blood banks.

WHEN: December 18th (Saturday) 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

WHERE: Auditorium (Tafseer Hall) of the Islamic Foundation Center, 517 
Weidman Rd., St. Louis, Missouri

CONTACT: 636-394-7878, Ext. 12

For More Information contact: Khaled Abdel-Hamid at 
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CONTACT: CAIR-St. Louis, 314-602-3794

Sharing Ramadan in Bosnian MasjidLast Date:

Friday, 1st August 2014 00:00

Some came to the Islamic Community Center in St. Louis on Thursday night to learn more about Islam.

But most came because they’d gone more than 14 hours without food.

Thursday marked the first of a series of public iftars, or meals that break the traditional fast during the Islamic lunar calendar month of Ramadan.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations partnered with local mosques to hold a series of “open door” informational sessions.

Thursday’s session began with talks by leaders, including CAIR Executive Director Faizan Syed and Imam Muhamed Hasic, a quiz and a question-and-answer session.

Members of the mosque gradually filtered in, as Syed counted down to sunset, joking that Ramadan was like “30 days of New Year’s.”

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4666 Lansdowne Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63116, USA

Last Date:

Sunday, 7th September 2014 13:30

Assalamu Aliakum wa Rhamatullahi wa Barakathu,

I invite you to attend our first meeting in order to discuss the 1st Muslim Heritage Festival here in STL. We are hoping to make this an annual event and need your help to make it a reality.

This will be the first in a series of meetings at Dar Al Jalal Islam Center. Please do attend.

We will meet inside the CAIR-STL office which is on the 1st floor next to the ladies prayer hall.



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About Us

CAIR-MO vision is to be a leading advocate for justice and mutual understanding. Our mission is to enhance understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims, and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding.

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Addresse: 13408 Clayton Rd, St. Louis MO, 63131
Tel: 636-207-8882


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