Counter-Islamophobia Project

iSLAMOPHOBIC ORGANIZATIONS

Groups who possess a history of crafting, promoting or using anti-Muslim or anti-Islam sentiment.

ISLAMOPHOBIC
INDIVIDUALS

Individuals who possess a history of crafting, promoting or using anti-Muslim or anti-Islam sentiment.

ANTI PREJUDICE
TOOLS

Individual and institutional ways to reform prejudiced attitudes and practices.

KEY
ISSUES

Short and long-form pieces on matters related to Islamophobia and American Muslims in the U.S.

Featured Articles

Summary

The Georgia International Law Enforcement Exchange (GILEE) is a privately controlled police training program housed at Georgia State University that has been under scrutiny by civil and human rights activists for over a decade. 

Two issues rest at the heart of concerns regularly expressed by faith leaders, civil rights groups and human rights activists.  First, GILEE and its founding director Robert

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In the current political environment, anti-Muslim bigotry and Islamophobia have become pervasive features of American public life. Whether in formal politics or national media, it is common to see and hear negative stereotypes and fear-mongering messaging about Muslims and their place in society. Fortunately, there are a number of efforts underway across the country to limit the impact and influence of those promoting these ideas. However,

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Featured Islamophobes

Anti-Muslim Bias Incidents 2014-2019

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TOTAL RECORDED INCIDENTS

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NATIONWIDE HATE CRIMES

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NATIONWIDE FEDERAL AGENCY ABUSES

Civil Rights Data 2014-2019

TOP 5 TYPES OF ABUSE

Harassment
Employment
FBI
Hate Crimes
Denial of Religious Accommodation

2018 Civil Rights Report: Targeted

The Council on American-Islamic Relations’ 2018 Civil Rights Report: Targeted

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CAIR is America's largest Muslim civil liberties and advocacy organization. Its mission is to enhance the understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims, and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding.

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