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Islamophobia in the 2014 Elections

The most significant anti-Islam action of the 2014 midterm election, Alabama’s Amendment 1, was approved by voters. Alabama is the eighth state to approve a law intended to vilify Islam. The measure was inspired by Islamophobe David Yerushalmi’s American Laws for American Courts legislation, which stigmatizes Muslims as a group from which the US needs […]

2013 Anti-Islam Legislation

(This is a supplement to the “Anti-Islam Legislation” section of CAIR’s “Legislating Fear: Islamophobia and its Impact in the United States 2011-2012” September 2014. Full citations are available in the report’s pdf.) In 2013, 36 bills or amendments designed to vilify Islamic religious practices were introduced in the legislatures of 16 states. Party of the […]

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