American Muslim Anti-Domestic Abuse Website Launches

In a joint effort by the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), Peaceful Families and Muslimat Al-Nisa 'Not in Our Homes', has been launched to combat domestic violence and to serve as a resource for victims and abusers in the American Muslim community nationwide. The project's website serves as a resource for Muslim families, Imams and different social workers on ways to combat and prevent the emergence of domestic violence in our homes. (April 2009)

MAS and ISNA Leaders Meet with DOD Officials

Dr. Essam Omeish of Muslim American Society (MAS) and Dr. Sayyid M. Syeed of Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) met with officials of the U.S. Department of Defense in separate meetings on April 25.

ISNA leaders at Department of Defense with Ret. USN Capt. Kevin Vensing

Press Corner

MPAC Calls on Presidential Candidates to Engage with Muslim American Voters. December 13, 2007

The Muslim Public Affairs Council today called upon the presidentical candidates to publicly engage with Muslim American Voters, and announced it would release in 2008. Read more.

Muslims Welcome Removal of LAPD's Mapping Program  November 16, 2007

The controversial Muslim Mapping Plan of the Los Angeles Police Department is now dead on arrival; according to chief William Bratton. Read more.

Student Involvement in the Community

About MSA National

The Muslim Students Association National, headquartered near Washington D.C, has been serving Muslim students on colleges and univerity campuses across the United States and Canada since 1963. There are over 250 MSA chapters on university and college campuses throughout the United States and Canada. For more information visit