Interfaith Relations

Religious Freedom

Interfaith work goes to the core of our mission. One of our core teachings as Muslims is that God created us in “nations and tribes so that [we] might know one another” (49:13) and so that we might “vie in doing good deeds.” We are committed to working with people of all faith backgrounds to promote our shared values of mercy, justice, mutual understanding, and helping the most vulnerable among us..

We have built a vast network of interfaith leaders from a broad range of faith traditions around the country. We frequently stand together to promote and uphold core American and core Abrahamic values as they relate to our communities’ relations with one another. .

On the national level, we need to work with our partners from the Interfaith Alliance, the National Association of Evangelicals, the Religious Action Center, the Catholic Archdiocese, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Episcopal Church, the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church, the Union of Reform Judaism, the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding, and many more. We are proud members of a number of interfaith coalitions, including the Christian-Muslim Consultative Group, the Abrahamic Faiths Peacemaking Initiative, the Religious Campaign to End Torture, the Interfaith Communities United for Justice and Peace, and New Ground: A Muslim-Jewish Partnership for Change. .



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