ICJS condemns hate-filled propaganda directed against Muslims


The ICJS joins in the condemnation of President Trump’s promotion of inflammatory and hate-filled propaganda directed against our Muslim neighbors. On November 29, 2017, President Trump retweeted anti-Muslim videos first shared by Jayda Fransen of Britain First, a far-right anti-Islam extremist group in Great Britain. Trump’s actions were swiftly condemned by several leaders and organizations including UK Prime Minister, Theresa May; Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby; Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR); and the Anti-Defamation League (ADL).

The ICJS has a thirty-year history of confronting bigotry against religious communities. We stand with our Muslim neighbors, and firmly defend that our religious differences are a powerful force for good.