Past Projects

Since 2015, American Muslims for Palestine has organized an annual Palestine Advocacy Day and Training weekend to educate students, community activists, and organizers—young and old—on civic engagement and policy work exclusively on the issue...
What is BDS? BDS is an inclusive, anti-racist human rights movement that opposes, on principle, all forms of discrimination, including anti-semitism and Islamophobia. In 2005, Palestinian civil society issued a call for a campaign of Boycotts,...
The American Muslims for Palestine calls upon all mosques and imams nationwide to dedicate their Friday Jumma Khutbahs to Al Aqsa in a show of solidarity to those who are peacefully working to protect the sanctity of this blessed and holy site,...
Issa Amro is an internationally recognized Human Rights Defender from the city of Hebron in the Occupied West Bank. He is currently facing 18 charges1 in Israeli military court. The charges include such things as organizing an “illegal demonstration...
The American Muslims for Palestine has joined US Palestine Community Network, the US Campaign for Palestinian Rights, Code Pink and Jewish Voice for Peace to support Open Shuhada Street , a campaign of the Hebron-based Youth Against...
Major events have developed in the waning days of the Obama administration that, while they may be too late to have a great impact on Palestinian rights, go a long way in projecting the message that Israeli policies are illegal, inhumane and amount...
CREEPING NORMALCY AKA FAITH-WASHING Long before 9/11, a group of pro-Israel advocates began sounding the alarm about the rise of 'Islamists' in the United States. So-called "terror experts" like Daniel Pipes and Steven Emerson, for years have...
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10 Years Later: Let Gaza Live! Last summer, more 13,000 colorful kites filled the sky over the sea of Gaza. They were being flown by 13,000 Palestinian children, who set a Guinness Book of World Records for the most kites being flown at the same...
May 15, 1948, is known worldwide as day the state of Israel was created. But that date is commemorated by the Palestinians as the beginning of al-Nakba, or “the Catastrophe,” the beginning of the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians from their homeland...