The Muslim Community Urges Interfaith Organizations to Show Solidarity with Palestinian Worshippers in Masjid al-Aqsa
(New York, NY, 05/11/2021) – The Islamic Leadership Council of New York, an umbrella representative for over 90 Muslim organizations and mosques, is urging all faith and interfaith organizations to
The Islamic Leadership Council of NY Calls for Lori Maslow’s Resignation after Anti-Palestinian Hate Speech
Recently, a Democrat District Leader of the 41st Assembly District (Brooklyn), made disparaging and hateful remarks about Palestinians and Chinese Americans in a series of tweets. While she subsequently apologized
The Muslim world will not tolerate such blatant disrespect of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and stands in solidarity with their French Muslim brothers and sisters. Over a thousand Muslims from
This year at Majlis Ash-Shura: Islamic Leadership Council of New York’s 31st Anniversary Banquet at the New York LaGuardia Airport Marriott, we held our 2nd Annual Awards Ceremony for Muslim/ah
In this update, you can find Khutbah talking points, educational video on new anti-Muslim Bill, and statement of Majlis Ash-Shura on the situation in India.
In this update, you can find Khutbah talking points, educational video on Kashmir, details about protest tomorrow, and statement of Majlis Ash-Shura on Kashmir.
[July 14, 2019] Majlis Ash-Shura of New York held its first annual citywide basketball tournament, Rumble in Dumbo, in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Players represented the diversity of New York City
New York Muslim grassroots organizations have led a joint effort in rallying nearly 4,000 people in taking a stand against Islamophobia, racism, and xenophobia. The rally began with a beautiful
This past February, Majlis Ash-Shura: Islamic Leadership Council of New York, hosted its 30th Anniversary Banquet at the Grand Prospect Hall in celebration of the legacy of Muslims in New
STOP, ECBA Win Discovery in NYPD ‘Hijab Removal’ Lawsuit, Advocates Condemn de Blasio’s Defense of NYPD
(NEW YORK, NY, 1/23/19) –The Surveillance Technology Oversight Project (STOP), a leading police accountability organization, and the law firm of Emery Celli Brinckerhoff & Abady LLP (ECBA), a leading civil rights