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In Memory Of The Honorable Sheila E. Abdus-Salaam

By tariq08 | April 14, 2017 | 0 Comments

We at the Association of Muslim American Lawyers (“AMAL”) are shell-shocked by the sudden loss of the Honorable Sheila E. Abdus-Salaam on April 12, 2017. Judge Abdus-Salam was the first in many categories—most notably the first African American female, and first Muslim, Judge to sit on New York State’s highest court. Read More…

AMAL’s Statement On Mayor de Blasio’s Appointment of Civilian Monitor to Oversee the NYPD

By tariq08 | April 4, 2017 | 0 Comments

The Association of Muslim American Lawyers (“AMAL”) is disappointed with the process by which Mayor de Blasio’s has appointed Stephen Robinson to serve as the Civilian Representative to the NYPD’s reconstituted “Handschu Committee.” In a meeting we held with his team and a follow-up letter attached we expressed the importance to consult with the community on…

AMAL extends its deepest sympathies to Nazma Khanam’s family

By tariq08 | September 1, 2016 | 0 Comments

The Association of Muslim American Lawyers (AMAL) extends its deepest sympathies to Nazma Khanam’s family for their tragic loss in what can be described as her horrific and barbarous murder, last night at 9:15 pm on Normal Road in Jamaica, New York. Ms. Khanam, who is a Queens resident, and the 60-year old aunt of…

AMAL – Press Release on Hate Crime

By tariq08 | August 17, 2016 | 0 Comments

The Association of Muslim American Lawyers (AMAL) is devastated by the murder of Ozone Park religious leaders, Imam Maulama Akonjee and Thara Uddin. Shockingly, the murders took place on August 13 at about 1:50 pm in broad daylight as both men, dressed in traditional Islamic garb, were gunned down just one block from the Al-Furqan…


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