Our Proposal for Peace in Israel-Palestine
Israel-Palestine Task Force
FMC works towards a resolution of most dangerous conflict of the 21st century.
Israel and Palestine, an animated introduction.
Free Muslims represent the U.S. on combating anti-Semitism and Intolerance against Muslims
President Kamal Nawash represented the U.S. before the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe in the session on combating intolerance against Muslims.
Read Kamal's speech on Fighting Intolerance and Discrimination against Muslims.
The days of taking evangelical support for Israel for granted are over. As they are increasingly confronted with an evangelical-friendly, anti-Israel narrative, more and more of these Christians are turning against the Jewish state.
The basis of the proposed Union shall be a federation that ensures a Jewish state and a Palestinian state with security, equality and respect for all citizens regardless of religion, gender, race or ethnicity.
This book is an appeal to those [Muslims] who are chasing the mirage of an Islamic State. I hope they can reflect on the futility of their endeavour and instead focus on achieving the state of Islam. Islamists working for the establishment of an Islamic State are headed in the wrong
The Free Muslims Coalition has joined other Muslim organizations to hold a fundraiser in support of our Christian brothers and sisters who have sought refuge in the compassionate country of Jordan.
Rivlin has indeed already surprised the Israeli public. A lifelong Likudnik who has opposed the two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Rivlin has emerged as Israel's most prominent critic of racism against Arabs.
Two weeks ahead of Israel's general elections, the leader of the Joint (Arab) List, Ayman Odeh, was upbeat. Energized by positive polls, the leader of the Joint List speaks about discrimination against Palestinians, security and the right of Jews to self-determination.
Knesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin referred to a political solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. "I would prefer for the Palestinians to be citizens of this country," he said, "rather than divide the land."