Contact Rutherford County Attorney Jim Cope Now!

Ask Attorney Jim Cope to Support Religious Equality!

Yesterday with our collective effort, Rutherford County officials received numerous calls and e-mails in support of the Muslim community in Murfreesboro. Today, we are asking our network to please contact the Rutherford County Attorney Jim Cope. Please ask Mr. Cope to appeal Judge Robert Corlew’s decision that revoked the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro’s building permit and to ensure that religious equality is preserved in Tennessee.

Click Here to contact Attorney Jim Cope today!  

Below are other action …

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Islamic Center of Mufreesboro: Call the Rutherford County Mayor & ask county lawyers appeal the decision to halt construction

As you may have heard, yesterday a Rutherford County Judge ordered that construction to the new Murfreesboro mosque must come to a halt. However, today the County stated that they will not issue a cease work order anytime soon. Below are action steps that you can partake in to ensure that religious equality is preserved in Tennessee. We have a limited amount of time to take action. Please help in anyway you can.

Please call the Mayor and ask him to have his county lawyers …

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Upcoming Events

American Center for Outreach &  American Muslim Intercultural Network

The History of Muslims in America:

A Call to Social and Political Action

Date: Saturday, May 19, 2012

Time: 7:00pm to ‘Isha

Place: Memphis Islamic Center
              10225 Humphrey Rd,
              Cordova, TN 38018
              (901) 759-9906

Special Guest: Ms. Remziya Suleyman, ACO Director of Policy & Admin.
Moderator: Malik Shaw



ACO Get Out The Vote Training

Come and obtain the tools and knowledge to serve your community. …

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Ask Congress to End Indefinite Detention Today!

Last year, President Obama signed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), codifying indefinite military detention without charge or trial into law for the first time in American history. The NDAA’s dangerous detention provisions authorizes the president to order the military to pick up and indefinitely imprison people captured anywhere in the world.

The U.S. House Armed Services Committee began its consideration of this year’s NDAA this week. The 2013 NDAA includes a misleading section that safeguards “habeas corpus rights,” the right to petition the courts …

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2012 Legislative Wrap Up

The 2012 legislative session has finally come to an end. What an exciting year it has been for us. Just as we launched the American Center for Outreach (ACO), the legislative session went into full throttle. Several dozen bills were introduced immediately that would have affected our community. However, as an outcome of last year’s mobilization and ACO’s continued lobbying presences, lawmakers reconsidered many costly and divisive legislation that had no benefit for Tennesseans.

Below you will find descriptions of the major …

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