Today’s resources

MOST AMERICANS OBJECT TO PLANNED ISLAMIC CENTER.  Most Americans say the planned Muslim community center and place of worship should not be built in Lower Manhattan, with the sensitive locale being their overwhelming objection, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.

Dangerous Religion: Which religion has proved the most violent and destructive in US history? A slightly loaded question that no one in their right mind would attempt to answer, no? But it is a question at the heart of the debates surrounding mosques and Muslims in America today. The opposition against building an Islamic center near the site where the World Trade Center once stood, and the growing outcry around the country about the creation of other Muslim places to gather and worship, suggests that many Americans are not afraid to answer the question without hesitation.

JOIN THE CAMPAIGN FOR COMMON GROUND! We are a coalition of young people who stand against hate speech and violence against Muslims or any other group in the wake of the “Ground Zero Mosque” controversy. We recognize that fear is tearing America apart. We grew up with radical diversity and know how to form common ground. Our campaign aims to help transform polarization in America through creative action and compassionate dialogue. We believe we are not alone. Please sign our Charter and spread the word.   Watch our video.  Sign our charter.  Host a dialogue.  Join the movement in one click! From the Harvard Pluralism Project

CAIR’S Guide to Challenging Islamophobia

CAIR ISLAM-OPED: How Should Muslims React to Burning of the Quran?

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