CAIR-MO: Muslim Ban Panel Discussion at Dar-Al-Islam Masjid

747930 legal 1407900073 291 640x480The Missouri Chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-MO) will be holding a community forum to discuss the recent Executive Orders by Donald Trump and how they may affect American Muslims. This is an important conversation for those who have Green Cards, Visas, are applying for Visas, or are U.S. Citizens who wish to travel.

WHAT: Community Forum at Dar-Al-Islam Masjid to Discuss Muslim Ban
WHERE: Dar-Al-Islam Masjid Musallah (Prayer Hall)
WHEN: Friday, February 3rd at 7:30 P.M. (After Isha)

Attorney's include Jim Hacking of Hacking law practice and Robert West Civil Rights Attorney for CAIR-Missouri.

The program will consist of a panel conversation around the Muslim ban, it's history, it's potential implication on the American Muslim community. We will then open the conversation to questions from the audience. Attorney's will be around to answer individual questions. 

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