Standing with our Muslim Family


Bias and violence against the Muslim community is a growing, insidious issue in the United States. The number of assaults against Muslims in 2016 surpassed the modern peak reached in 2001, following the September 11th terrorist attacks, and incidents of anti-Muslim intimidation continue to rise, as well. In addition, the administration’s discriminatory travel ban now impacts individuals seeking visas from 13 foreign counties, most of which have Muslim-majority populations.

The Jews and Muslims are all the family of Abraham, and we stand side-by-side with our Muslim friends and family to reject Islamophobia in the strongest terms. We have a responsibility to vocally and forcefully oppose bigotry in all its forms. Our country is stronger because of the religious diversity and freedom that has always been our hallmark, and American Muslims are an indispensable part of this nation.

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This Purim, Make Noise to Protest Modern-Day Hamans

February 22, 2021
We know that religious freedom is not a lesson from ancient stories, but an ongoing quest even today. While many of us are fighting antisemitism in our home countries, we are also in solidarity with the Rohingya people, who have been persecuted for decades.