Leaders Support Congresswoman Ilhan Omar


March 5, 2019


The Honorable Speaker Nancy Pelosi

U.S. House of Representatives

Washington, DC 20515


Dear Speaker Pelosi,

It has come to our attention that the House Democratic leadership plans to introduce a resolution originally intended to reprimand Congresswoman Omar for critical comments she made about Israel. We urge the Democratic senior leadership to instead pass a resolution that equally condemns antisemitism and Islamophobia, as well as religious bigotry of all kinds, condemns anti-Black racism and xenophobia, and condemns physical threats against any members of Congress especially those who are persons of color or otherwise minorities.

We, the undersigned organizations and individuals, stand with Representatives Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib and their vision of a world without racism and oppression, and we reject the vicious and racially-motivated bad-faith smears against them, including false charges of antisemitism, accusations of links to terrorism, and death threats.

We believe that it is critical for the resolution to condemn all forms of bigotry. In today’s political climate, antisemitism and Islamophobia are frighteningly prevalent, their flames being fanned at the highest levels, including by the current presidential administration. We must work hand-in-hand to combat them together. A congressional resolution cannot afford to glance over the alarming spike of actual antisemitism, Islamophobia, and religious bigotry in the U.S. today, particularly from the far-right that is by far the greatest purveyor of hate crimes, as statistics show. To single out Congresswoman Omar with unfounded accusations of antisemitism in itself perpetuates an Islamophobic stereotype that Muslims are inherently antisemitic. Americans, including Muslims, can and should be, able to criticize Israeli policies or American policies toward Israel without being falsely accused of antisemitism.

Furthermore, no nation-state should be above criticism. No lobby, whether representing foreign or domestic interests, should be above criticism. Criticizing Saudi Arabia or the Saudi lobby is not inherently Islamophobic; similarly, criticizing Israeli policies or the Israeli lobby is not inherently anti-semitic. Representative Ilhan was consistent in her critique of both. Censoring and silencing political commentary, even on sensitive issues deemed unpopular by some, weakens our democracy and is counter to the interests of our country and our core values of free political expression. The Democratic leadership should also not gloss over or erase the many prominent Jewish voices who penned op-eds, ran interviews, or took to social media to echo the above points.

It is crucial for the resolution to also condemn anti-Black racism and xenophobia. As a Black Muslim woman, Representative Omar is uniquely and personally threatened by the exceptional atmosphere of unfair scrutiny of her right to engage in legitimate political debate. With the current rise of white nationalism and xenophobia, bigotry certainly includes but also certainly extends well beyond antisemitism, and the Democratic leadership would be dangerously tone-deaf not to mention the horrific significant rise in violence, hate crimes, and death threats against all communities of color.

We also call on you to condemn any threat of violence against members of Congress who are people of color.  While we are opposed to violence, or threats of violence, to any member of Congress whatsoever, we recognize that the most vulnerable people among our elected officials are those who come from communities of color. Representative Omar has been at the receiving end of death threats and accusations of links to terrorism, as publicly displayed in the West Virginia statehouse. These attacks on her are rooted in both racism and Islamophobia, and we have no doubt that the politically motivated accusations of antisemitism are actually fueling these threats.

Since she has taken office, Representative Omar has consistently been one of the most progressive voices in Congress. We are grateful to her for her consistent and principled stance in support of economic justice, racial justice, immigration justice, environmental justice, justice for the oppressed including Palestinians, and an end to war. The Democratic leadership should celebrate and support her instead of abandoning and condemning her.

We urge you to pass a resolution that condemns all bigotry and racism. We call on you to pursue this opportunity to demonstrate moral leadership and unity, particularly as the 2020 elections loom large.



  1. Linda Sarsour,  MPower Change
  2. Imam Omar Suleiman, Yaqeen Institute for Islamic Research
  3. Imam Asad Zaman, Muslim American Society of Minnesota
  4. Ahmed Bedier, United Voices for America
  5. Mongi Dhaouadi, United Voices for America
  6. Nihad Awad, Council on American Islamic Relations
  7. Rasha Mubarak, Young Democrats of Orange County/Muslim Women’s Organization
  8. Maurice Mitchell, Working Families Party
  9. Nelini Stamp, Working Families Party
  10. Alan Minsky, Progressive Democrats of America
  11. Andrea Mercado, New Florida Majority
  12. Michael McBride, LIVE FREE USA/Faith In Action
  13. Dave Zirin, Sports Editor, The Nation
  14. Patrisse Cullors, Black Lives Matter Global Network
  15. Ahmad Abuznaid, National Network for Arab American Communities (NNAAC)
  16. Rabbi Michael E Feinberg, Micah Roundtable
  17. Rabbi Alissa Wise, Jewish Voice for Peace   
  18. Audrey Sasson, Jews for Racial and Economic Justice (JFREJ)
  19. Imam Khalid Griggs, Islamic Circle of North America
  20. Rev. Traci Blackmon, United Church of Christ
  21. Rebecca Vilkomerson, Jewish Voice for Peace
  22. Yonah Lieberman, IfNotNow  
  23. Cristina Jiménez Moreta, United We Dream
  24. Lara Haft, Rabbinical Student, Hebrew College
  25. Ana Maria Archila, CPD Action  
  26. Yvette Simpson, Democracy for America
  27. Charles Chamberlain, Democracy for America
  28. Brieanna Fisher, Democracy for America  
  29. May Ye, Jewish Voice for Peace Rabbinical Council
  30. Shaunna Thomas, UltraViolet
  31. Tamika D. Mallory, Women’s March
  32. Rachel O’Leary Carmona, Women’s March
  33. Dante Barry, Million Hoodies Movement for Justice
  34. Joyce Ajlouny, American Friends Service Committee
  35. Dr. Abdul El-Sayed, SouthPaw MI
  36. Carmen Perez, The Gathering for Justice
  37. Heidi Hess, CREDO Action
  38. Avideh Moussavian, NILC Immigrant Justice Fund
  39. Rafael Shimunov, The Jewish Vote  
  40. Isabel Sousa-Rodriguez, Florida Immigrant Coalition
  41. Zaina Alsous, The Dream Defenders
  42. Helen Pena, The Dream Defenders
  43. Murad Awawdeh, New York State Immigrant Action Fund
  44. Yousef Munayyer, US Campaign for Palestinian Rights (USCPR)
  45. Cathy Albisa, National Economic and Social Rights Initiative (NESRI)
  46. Bryan Fulwider, United Church of Christ Clergy
  47. Lakshmi Sridaran, South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT)
  48. Geoffrey Paquette, Unite Here
  49. Sylvia Schwarz, Minnesota Break the Bonds Campaign
  50. Allan Malkis, Jewish Voice for Peace Twin Cities
  51. Oren Robinson, Jewish Voice for Peace San Diego Chapter
  52. Phyllis Bennis, Institute for Policy Studies, New Internationalism Project
  53. Ayman Hammous, Muslim American Society
  54. Ismahan Abdullahi, Muslim American Society
  55. Mustafa Diriye, Muslim American Society
  56. Salam Al-Marayati, Muslim Public Affairs Council
  57. Winston S. Warfield, Veterans for Peace
  58. Nada Khader, WESPAC Foundation, Inc.   
  59. Alexander McCoy, Common Defense
  60. Abdul Basit, Council on American Islamic Relations – Minnesota
  61. Donna Nevel, Jews Against Anti-Muslim Racism (JAAMR)
  62. Elly Bulkin, Jews Against Anti-Muslim Racism (JAAMR)
  63. Alan Levine, Jews Say No! (JSN!)
  64. Margari Hill, Muslim Anti-Racism Collaborative (Muslim ARC)
  65. John Cavanagh, Institute for Policy Studies
  66. Oussama Jammal, US Council of Muslim Organizations
  67. Jake Sanders, Florida Young Democrats
  68. Danielle, NYC DSA Anti-War Working Group
  69. Jodi Jacobson, Journalist
  70. Andrea Whitmore, United Methodists for Kairos Response
  71. Ahmed Rehab, CAIR-Chicago
  72. Su’ad Abdul Khabeer, Sapelo Square
  73. Moumita Ahmed, Millennials for Revolution
  74. Zahra Billoo, CAIR-San Francisco Bay Area
  75. David Robin, Millennials for Revolution
  76. Deepa Iyer, Activist and Lawyer
  77. Stephanie Porta, Organize Florida
  78. Giovanni Bravo Ruiz, Organize Florida  
  79. Osama Abuirshaid, American Muslims for Palestine
  80. Imraan Siddiqi, CAIR-Arizona
  81. Donna Davis, Black Lives Matter: Tampa
  82. Carol Horwitz, JVP-NYC
  83. Reverend Dr. John Anderson, St. John’s Presbyterian Church, San Francisco
  84. Professor Hatem Bazian, Islamophobia Studies Center
  85. Altaf Husain, Yaqeen Institute for Islamic Research
  86. Donna Schaper, Judson Memorial Church
  87. Lisa Sharon Harper, Freedom Road, LLC
  88. Rama Issa-Ibrahim, Arab American Association of New York
  89. Hussam Ayloush, CAIR-LA
  90. Raed Jarrar, Activist
  91. Chaikirah Parker, Entrepreneur
  92. Reverend Michael Yoshii, Buena Vista United Methodist Church
  93. Ghazala Salam, Muslim Caucus of America
  94. Eithne J. Clarke
  95. Brian McLaren, Author and Activist
  96. Steve France, Episcopal Peace Fellowship, Palestine-Israel Network
  97. Pauline M. Coffman, Activist
  98. Ijaz Chaudhry, PA Democratic State Committee Member
  99. Patricia Daugherty, Friends of Sabeel-Sacramento Region
  100. Imam John Ederer, Muslim Community Center Of Charlotte
  101. Samer M. Ali, Ctr. for Middle Eastern & North African Studies, U of M
  102. Marie T. France, Olive Oil Ministry, Middle East Committee of Westmoreland Congressional UCC
  103. Samar Jarrah, Author and Radio Show host
  104. Kareem El-Hosseiny, Activist
  105. Reies Francisco Romero, Omega Zuluz Twin Cities MN (Zulu Union)
  106. Khalil Houri, ICM
  107. Mrs. Wendy Doromal, President Orange County Classroom Teachers Association
  108. Justin Strekal, Activist
  109. John T Fussell, Tree of Life Educational Fund
  110. Aaron McKinney, State Committeeman, Miami-Dade DEC
  111. David Kyuman Kim, Connecticut College & The Love-Driven Politics Collective
  112. Anne G. Remley, Ann Arbor Friends Meeting (Quakers)
  113. Darakshan Raja, Justice for Muslims Collective
  114. Jordan S. Kushner, Civil Rights Attorney  
  115. Khalil Meek, Muslim Legal Fund of America
  116. Rose Hamid, Muslim Women of the Carolinas
  117. Giulianna Di Lauro, New Consensus
  118. Shelly Altman, Jewish Voice for Peace New Haven
  119. Sonya Meyerson-Knox, Jewish Voice for Peace
  120. Shelly Altman, Jewish Voice for Peace New Haven
  121. Amani Al-Khatahtbeh, MuslimGirl.com
  122. Kathleen Christison, EPF/PIN
  123. Sarah Elbadri, Brown Girls Can
  124. Jodie Evans, CODEPINK
  125. Leah Muskin-Pierret, Occupation Free DC
  126. Maritza Fitzgerald, WESPAC
  127. Rashad Al-Dabbagh, Arab American Civic Council
  128. Imam Taha Hassane, Islamic Center of San Diego
  129. Ariel Gold, CODEPINK
  130. Medea Benjamin, CODEPINK
  131. Ahmad Kutkut, University of Kentucky
  132. Samer Abdel-Aziz, Muslim American Society
  133. Soondus Ahmed, MAS Greater LA
  134. Coby Owens, Youth Caucus of America
  135. Lisa Santoni Cromar, Women’s March Florida
  136. Sunjeev Bery, Freedom Forward
  137. Donna Davis, Black Lives Matter: Tampa
  138. Huda Khwaja, Muslim American Society
  139. Kristy Sabbah, Arizona Muslim Alliance
  140. Nida Sahouri Ali, American Muslims for Palestine
  141. Fadi Saba,Culture and Conflict Forum
  142. Ayman Taleb, Muslim Legal Fund of America
  143. Lisa Santoni-Cromar, Diáspora En Resistancia
  144. Haitham A. Hafeez, Muslim American Society
  145. Muhammad Abdallah, Muslim American Society, Detroit
  146. Jim Pugh, Universal Income Project
  147. Reverend Kaji Dousa, Park Avenue Christian Church
  148. Ibrahim Zein, Muslims American Society (MAS)
  149. T.J. Legacy-Cole, The Soapboxx
  150. Ahmed Taha, Muslim American Society
  151. Peter “Jochy” Cora Santiago, Misión Boricua
  152. Keron Grey, Florida Student Power Network
  153. Sajjad Khan, SZS Management
  154. Sumaiya Ahmed Sheikh, Michigan Muslim Community Council
  155. Ahmed M Ragab, Activist
  156. Leeban Bashir, Muslim American Society
  157. Mohammed Haque, Muslim American Society- NY
  158. Bobbi Siegelbaum, Jewish Voice for Peace
  159. Ayman Mohamad, MEC
  160. Feras Majeed, Muslim American Society-CT
  161. Mohammed Khader, Youth Caucus of America (YCA)
  162. Ayman Tailakh, California State University : Los Angeles
  163. Steve Siegelbaum, Jewish Voice for Peace
  164. Diana Curry, Orange County Democratic Party
  165. Kristin Dooley, Women Against Military Madness
  166. Hala Yacout, Muslim American Society
  167. Minister Emeritus, Rev. David W. Good, First Congregational Church of Old Lyme
  168. Ahmed Rabi, Pearls of Hope Community Center
  169. Niki Franco, Power U Center for Social Change
  170. Dr. Tarece Johnson, The Global Purpose Approach
  171. Noura Khouri, Al-Awda
  172. Christopher Cuevas, QLatinx
  173. Ismail Hussein, Masjid Abu Khadra
  174. Sarah Leberstein, Public Interest Attorney
  175. Claire Cook and Dominic Moulden, Organizing Neighborhood Equity
  176. Omar Taha, Muslim American Society
  177. Steven Cobble, Political Consultant
  178. Patrick Morales, Tempe Elementary School District
  179. María Torres-López, Diáspora en Resistencia
  180. Nauman Khan, ISWV
  181. Lara Kiswani, Arab Resource & Organizing Center (AROC)
  182. Nida Allam, North Carolina Democratic Party
  183. Melanie Atha, Episcopal Peace Fellowship
  184. Sydney Brown, Florida Student Power
  185. Krizia Lopez Arce, Organize Florida
  186. Marwa Fayed, Activist
  187. Dr. Maha Hilal, Justice for Muslims Collective
  188. Josina Manu, Jewish Voice for Peace, Twin Cities
  189. Bader El-Ghussein, MD, Muslim American Society – NY
  190. Hussein Ebied, Muslim Leadership Council
  191. Colin Christopher, Interfaith Activist
  192. Zackary Reinhardt, Millennials for Revolution
  193. Sadaf Saied, Muslim Women’s Organization
  194. Kristian Davis Bailey, Black for Palestine
  195. Eric Angell, Middle East Peace Now  
  196. Sami Khwaja, Muslim Youth Leadership Awards
  197. Nada Elia, Washington Advocates for Palestinian Rights
  198. Sayel Kayed, American Muslims for Palestine-NJ chapter
  199. Diana Digges, Unitarian Universalists for Justice in the Middle East
  200. Reema Khasawinah, CAIR – WA
  201. Somia Elrowmeim, Arab American Association of New York
  202. Wanda Rodriguez, MSA
  203. Mohamed S Albadawi, Muslim American Society- KC
  204. Alia Salem, Facing Abuse in Community Environments
  205. Tasnim Mellouli, Youth Climate Justice Spokesperson Bureau
  206. Asma Mohammed, Reviving the Islamic Sisterhood for Empowerment
  207. Hanane Wahabi, Al Huda Society
  208. Zainab Chaudry, CAIR MD
  209. Andy Shallal, Busboys and Poets
  210. Basma Heda, Muslim Student Association- UCF
  211. Lana Safah, Muslim American Society
  212. Michael Spath, Indiana Center for Middle East Peace
  213. Katherine Asuncion, Grassroots International
  214. Wa’el Alzayat, Emgage Action
  215. Karen Schraufnagel, Minnesotans Against Islamophobia
  216. Robin Hensel, Little Falls OCC-U-PIE for the common good
  217. Mervat Aly, The American People
  218. Socorro Ramos-Avilés, Iniciativa Acción Puertorriqueña
  219. Fawwaz Alkayyali, Rama Medical Group
  220. Dalia Hassaballa, Muslim American Society – Chicago
  221. Naylee Farjad, Palestine Action Committee of Texas
  222. Yasser Abdel-Aziz, Muslim American Society
  223. Samir Abdelmawla, Islamic Center of Wheaton
  224. Laurie Zimmerman, Jewish Voice for Peace, Congregation Shaarei Shamayim
  225. Nancy Khalil, University of Michigan
  226. Zahra Antar, ICNA Relief
  227. Amin Ezzeddine, MAS Maryland
  228. Abdeltawab Hendawi, University of Virginia
  229. Nadia Ibrahim, Muslim American Society
  230. Isra Ibrahim, Students for Justice in Palestine
  231. Kawthar Ali, Muslim American Society-MN
  232. Mohammad Alomari, Muslim American Society
  233. David Mivasair, Ahavat Olam Synagogue
  234. John Gunkel, Jewish Voice for Peace
  235. Elena Stein, Jewish Voice for Peace
  236. Alisande Vazquez, Jewish Voice for Peace
  237. Mohamed Samer, Dar Alhijra
  238. Fathi BenAmer, Muslim American Society
  239. Herbert Davis, Central MN Atheists
  240. Mujahid Asamarai, Muslim American Society of Minnesota
  241. Yonah Lieberman, IfNotNow
  242. Hatem Elhady, Toledo Muslim Doctors Initiative
  243. Osama Idlibi, Muslim Community Center of Charlotte
  244. Mohamed Badawi, MAS-CT
  245. Abdulsalam ibn Yahya Stillwagner, Masjid al-Salam
  246. Toufique Harun, Muslims For Progress
  247. Rachel Faulkner, Black Yids Matter
  248. Julianne Hoffenberg, The Gathering for Justice
  249. Azhar Ghani, ICCV
  250. Faisal Buharie, Interfaith Community Activist
  251. Lisa Albrecht, Jewish Voice for Peace
  252. Saamih Bashir, MAS Detroit
  253. Nakibur Rahman, Organization for Peace and Justice
  254. Dilshad Lalani, Muslim American Society
  255. Mohammed Yasser, MAS Sacramento
  256. Mazen Mokhtar, Baitulmaal
  257. Karen New Ball, Pax Christi USA
  258. Ahmed Hussein, HVAC Engineering
  259. Hussein Ata, Muslim American Society
  260. Darlene Coffman, SE MN Alliance of Peacemakers
  261. Ahmed Mohamed, Muslim American Society (FL)
  262. Ramon Mejía, About Face: Veterans Against the War
  263. Hannan Sayed, CAI
  264. Abo-Elkhier Serag, Islamic Education Resource Foundation
  265. Mohammed Purmul , We Love Our Neighbors
  266. Magdy Hussein, Education
  267. Zarina Baber, Muslim Caucus of America
  268. Feras El-Ghussein, MAS Kansas City
  269. Zarina Baber, Muslim Caucus of America
  270. Mohammed Bondugjie, Muslim American Society
  271. Thomas Adriaan Hellinger, Orlando Local of the Democratic Socialists of America
  272. Nausheena Hussain, Reviving the Islamic Sisterhood for Empowerment
  273. Hammad Alam, Asian Americans Advancing Justice-LA
  274. Ahmed Amer, MAS
  275. Kinjo Kiema, BYP100 DC Chapter
  276. Mohamed El-Fakharany, Muslim American Society
  277. Nahela Morales, ICNA Council of Social Justice
  278. Eman Haymour , Muslim American Society
  279. Fawad Shaiq, Council on American Islamic Relations – LA
  280. Louise Cherico, WestPac
  281. Aminah Hamidullah, Knowledge For Living
  282. Sumiyia Jafri, Jafri Law Firm
  283. Sara Kenana, Muslim American Society
  284. Dr. Amin Ezzeddine, MAS Maryland
  285. Salman Muntazir, MSA Moorpark
  286. Doran Schrantz , ISAIAH
  287. Michael Deheeger, Jewish Voice for Peace
  288. Edward Rowley, Jewish Voice for Peace
  289. Shaniyat Chowdhury, Muslims for Progress
  290. Mohamed Mursal, IANA
  291. Dima Khalidi, Palestine Legal
  292. Shakeel Syed, DEEN Foundation
  293. Mouhmoud Kounkourou, Muslim American Society
  294. Henry Lowendorf, Greater New Haven Peace Council
  295. Nana Abdelkader, Alhuda Academy
  296. Warren David, Arab America
  297. Qutaibah J. Abbasi, Duncanville Islamic Center
  298. Akil Shabazz, The Dream Defenders
  299. Malika Jemeelah Abdurrahman, Muslim American Society South Florida Chapter
  300. Dr. Amal David, Arab America
  301. Karim Mozawalla, Hamza Academy
  302. Hani Elkadi, Egyptian Americans for Freedom and justice
  303. Dr. Manal Fakhoury, FLI
  304. Mohammad Hamadeh, Peace for Palestine
  305. Sister Cecelia Lavan, Sisters of St. Dominic of Blauvelt, NY
  306. Khadija Y. Mehter, International Socialist Organization
  307. Mohamed Ahmed, Mosque Foundation
  308. Tasnia Ahamed, Muslims for Progress
  309. Farhana Huda, Muslims For Progress
  310. Kifah Shah, MPower Change
  311. Nada El-Eryan, Eyewitness Palestine
  312. Kayla Santosuosso, Yalla Brooklyn
  313. Sahar Eissa, University of Central Florida
  314. Sana Qutubuddin, Muslim Women Kreate
  315. Jesse Hagopian, Rethinking Schools
  316. Saema Khandakar, Muslims For Progress
  317. Chase Carter, Jewish Voice for Peace – DC Metro
  318. Sarah Abem, Reviving the Islamic Sisterhood for Empowerment
  319. Seth Morrison, Las Vegas Chapter of Jewish Voice for Peace
  320. Nazia Ashraful, CAIR-Massachusetts
  321. Mindy Gershon, Adalah-NY
  322. Ahlam Hassan, MAS NY
  323. Amani Elghussein, Kansas City Muslim community
  324. Jodi Melamed, Jewish Voice for Peace Milwaukee
  325. Rev. Graylan Scott Hagler, Plymouth Congregational United Church of Christ
  326. Emily Eliot Miller, Jewish Voice for Peace
  327. Barbara Parmet, Jewish Voice for Peace- Santa Barbara
  328. Mohamed Abdullahi, Bayan Institute
  329. Sueiman Alghanem, United Hands Relief
  330. Maher Mahmood, Reviving the Islamic Sisterhood for Empowerment (RISE)
  331. Moussa Elbayoumy, CAIR-Kansas
  332. Khansaa Elguenaoui, Muslim American Society
  333. Trish Florence, SATX Indivisible
  334. Muna Jaber, Muslim American Society
  335. Abdullah Mourad, Muslim American Society
  336. Unaisah Vorajee, UCF MSA
  337. Sara P Driscoll, Alliance for Water Justice in Palestine
  338. Michael Hager, Mass Peace Action
  339. Nada. Faye, MAS YOUTH ATLANTA
  340. Farrell Brody, Jewish Voice For Peace, Central Ohio
  341. Judith Norman, Jewish Voice for Peace
  342. Tali Ruskin, Jewish Voice for Peace – Philadelphia
  343. Ekram Haque, CAIR-DALLAS
  344. Omar Khalil, Muslim Students Association at Cal State Northridge
  345. Zainab Jamal, Muslim Student Association
  346. Hena Zuberi, Justice For All
  347. Praveen sinha, Equality Labs
  348. Katherine Franke, Columbia University
  349. Muhammad T Rahman,New York Muslim United for Civic Engagement
  350. Adnan Majid, UCLA
  351. Isaac Evans-Frantz, Action Corps NYC
  352. Ari Lev Fornari, Kol Tzedek
  353. David L. Mandel, Jewish Voice for Peace
  354. Barry Cohen, Jewish Voice for Peace – Twin Cities
  355. Shamshad Muscati, Muslim American Society, Los Angeles
  356. Atif Akbar, Islamic Center of Reseda
  357. David Williams, West Coast University
  358. Jessica Rosenberg, Jewish Voice for Peace
  359. Jaymie Sawyer, Jewish Voice for Peace
  360. Jeff Kleim, Massachusetts Peace Action
  361. Shaheer KM, KMCA
  362. Brian Polejes, California Democratic State Central Committee
  363. Carolina C. Sitrin, Jewish Voice for Peace
  364. Gina Crandell, Jewish Voice for Peace Boston
  365. Karen Dabdoub, CAIR-Cincinnati
  366. Anes Mokeddem, Muslim American Society
  367. Ahmed Dalaq, Muslim American Society
  368. Howard lenow, Jewish Voice for Peace
  369. Imam ShemsAdeen Ben-Masaud, Colorado Imam Council
  370. Djilali Kacem, Islamic Society of Greater St. Louis
  371. Yahya Suufi, Islamic Association of North America
  372. Safaa Alshiraida, Muslim American Society of New Jersey
  373. Rosalind Petchesky, Jewish Voice for Peace
  374. Omar El-Hamarna, Memphis Muslim Americans
  375. Jill Charney, Jewish Voice for Peace-Boston
  376. Imam Hassan Jama, Islamic Association Of North America (IANA)
  377. Mariam Siddique, Islamic Circle of North America
  378. Safei Hamed, Ph.D, Center for Egyptian American Relations
  379. Marwa Ghumrawi, Power of Women Ohio
  380. Randah El-Gendi, UCF MSA
  381. Hassan El-Alami, Muslim American Society – BOSTON
  382. Abdelhafid Djemil, Islamic Leadership Council of NY
  383. Mohammad Banawan, Muslim Community Center of Charlotte
  384. Hassan El-Alami, Muslim American Society – BOSTON
  385. Rana Fakhr, Muslim American Society Syracuse Chapter
  386. Estee Chandler, Jewish Voice for Peace
  387. Ned Rosch, Network Against Racism and Islamophobia
  388. Liana Smith, Jewish Voice for Peace
  389. Aya Sabbah, SBU
  390. Imam Makram El-Amin, Masjid AnNur
  391. Ahmed Elhosseiny, Muslim American Society
  392. Lubna Hammad, Indivisible OC 48
  393. Tarek Abuata, Friends of Sabeel – North America
  394. Wendy Elisheva Somerson,Jewish Voice for Peace-Seattle
  395. Andrea Miller, People Demanding Action
  396. Safdar Khwaja, CAIR PA Pittsburgh
  397. Mufti Sharif, Greenview Madani Center
  398. Aaron McCall, Indivisible OC 48
  399. Michael Friedman, Jewish Voice for Peace
  400. Ahmed Mohamed, Council on American-Islamic Relations – New York
  401. Ilise cohen, Jewish Voice for Peace-Atlanta
  402. Susan Birndorf, Jewish Voice for Peace
  403. Laila Barakat, Muslim American Society
  404. Farhana Motala, Montgomery County Civil Rights Coalition
  405. Sarah Kousba, Muslim American Society San Diego Chapter
  406. Liz Mulford, Jewish Voice for Peace
  407. Thomas S. Russell, United Church of Christ – Palestine-Israel Network
  408. Malaak Saadah, Muslim American Society
  409. Ellen Brotsky, Jewish Voice for Peace – Bay Area
  410. Zeynab Awadalla, UCF MSA
  411. Phil Benson, Minnesota Break the Bonds Campaign
  412. Reda Ghoneim, Muslim American Society
  413. Abdelwahab Abdelghany, Muslim American Society
  414. Shahine Alam, Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA)
  415. Mikkel Jordah, Jewish Voice for Peace
  416. Chynnah McFadden, Occupation Free DC
  417. Barbara Bailey, Jewish Voice for Peace
  418. Asad Mazharullah, Islamic Society of Central Jersey
  419. Lee Wright, Osceola Young Democrats
  420. William F. Simonds, Jewish Voice for Peace
  421. Khadija Abourawi, MAS Youth Atlanta
  422. Faiz Khan, ICM
  423. Michaela Czerkies, Justice for Palestine Committee of the Syracuse Peace Council
  424. Khidhr Amin, Masjid Bilal
  425. Khaled Soussi, Seemcom
  426. Lea Harris, Jewish Voice for Peace
  427. William Singer, Jewish Voice for Peace, Portland OR
  428. Magdy Ibrahim, MCA
  429. Nancy Fleischer, Jewish Voice for Peace, Sacramento Chapter
  430. Susan Gordon, Jewish Voice for Peace
  431. Abeer Ebeid, Muslim American Society
  432. Azihan Ibrahim, Muslim American Society – Charlotte
  433. Edward Ahmed Mitchell, CAIR Georgia
  434. Avideh Moussavian, NILC Immigrant Justice Fund
  435. Cole Harrison, Massachusetts Peace Action
  436. Meryl Crean, Jewish Voice for Peace
  437. Sahar S El Shafie, North Carolina Public Schools
  438. Anees Rehman, Islamic Circle of North America
  439. Mariyama Scott, IfNotNow San Diego
  440. Mariam El-Khatib, American Muslims for Palestine
  441. Mohammad Zafar, United States Marine
  442. Raniah El-Gendi, Emgage
  443. Tamee Hicheri , American Muslim Society
  444. Zareen Kamal American Friends Service Committee
  445. Alan Wagman, Jewish Voice for Peace – Albuquerque
  446. Imran Pasha, Hyderabad Deccan Cultural Association
  447. Najeeb Kamil, MAS Bay Area
  448. Helen & Bob Schroeder, SE MN Peacemakers
  449. Rozina Gilani, Atlanta’s Radical Art Community
  450. Qadri Abdallah, IFN
  451. David Swanson, World Beyond War
  452. Bilal Murad, MD, ZACAH (Zakat, Aid & Charity Assisting Humanity)
  453. Aneesa Waheed, Ihsan School of Excellence
  454. Jimmy Rothschild, IfNotNow
  455. Burt Jacobson, Kehilla Community Synagogue
  456. Ari Bloomekatz, Rethinking Schools
  457. Somaia Saie, Muslim American Society
  458. Sue Udry, Defending Rights & Dissent
  459. Mollie March-Steinman, Chatham University College Democrats
  460. Linda Gaither, Episcopal Peace Fellowship Palestine/Israel Network
  461. Faisal chemban, KMCA
  462. Walid Elgharbawy, Muslim American Society
  463. Shahid Mahmood, Roswell Community Masjid
  464. Abdeljalil Mezgouri, ICSD
  465. Khury Petersen-Smith, Black 4 Palestine
  466. Ossama Kamel, CAIR -San Francisco Bay Area
  467. Somaia Saie, Muslim American Society
  468. Tareq Purmul, Muslim American Society of San Diego
  469. Portia A. Boulger, Save Main Street and Appalachians Rising
  470. Mahmoud Oriqat, Jerusalem Consulting Engineers Inc
  471. Mark Burton, Denver Peace Council
  472. Saira Alli, Muslim Student Association
  473. Huwaida Arraf, National Lawyers Guild–Free Palestine Subcommittee
  474. Ameerah Kalai, UCF MSA
  475. Rebecca Oliver, IfNotNow
  476. Saira Rao, In This Together Media
  477. Fran Zell, Makom Shalom Synagogue, Jewish Voice for Peace
  478. John Wagner, United Methodists for Kairos Response
  479. Yahya Abdul-Basser, Cornell University Muslim Educational and Cultural Association
  480. Sara Ali, ICNM
  481. Lois Levitan, Ithaca Jewish Voice for Peace/Committee for Justice in Palestine
  482. Marietta Macy, Israel/Palestine Mission Network of the Presbyterian Church (USA)
  483. Taher M Abdelhadi, Muslim American Society of Brooklyn and Staten Island
  484. Traci Yoder, National Lawyers Guild
  485. Lisa Drapkin, National Lawyers Guild
  486. Allie Perry, United Church of Christ Palestine Israel Network
  487. Margaret Holub, Albion, California
  488. Mashood Yunus, mnia.org
  489. Abdelhamead Ibrahim, CAIR-SFBA
  490. Abdul Jebrin, MAS Chicago
  491. Chip Gibbons, Defending Rights & Dissent
  492. Adam Maguire, Lucas County Young Democrats
  493. Moureen Kaki, Students for Justice in Palestine UTSA
  494. Abby Harms, Jewish Voice for Peace – Denver/Boulder
  495. Jenni Siri, Silvers for Sanders
  496. Abby Okrent, Jewish Voice for Peace
  497. Tariq Luthun, Palestinian Youth Movement – Michigan
  498. Ali Farooqui, CAIR – California Chapter
  499. Aaron J. Dinkinm, IfNotNow San Diego
  500. Justin Hansford, Thurgood Marshall Civil Rights Center
  501. Ali Fattom, PhD, University of Michigan
  502. Amina Baha, Reviving Islamic Sisterhood Empowerment RISE
  503. Tasneem Kaddoura, Muslim American Society
  504. Salat Tuke, Dar Omar Al Farooq
  505. Mohamed Sadeia, Muslim American society of New York
  506. Reem Subei, Lucas County Young Muslim Democrats
  507. Vajiha Jafri, CAIR – California Chapter
  508. Ahmed Kousba, Muslim American Society
  509. Nermeen Bassiouny, Muslim American Society
  510. Mikos Fabersunne, Palestine-Israel Working Group of Nevada County, CA
  511. Miriam R Budnick, Jewish Voice for Peace Rhode Island
  512. Brooke Hotez, Jewish Voice for Peace – Tucson
  513. Margarita Mercure Hibbs, Our Revolution New Mexico
  514. Cheryl Qamar  Jewish Voice for Peace – Hudson Valley Chpater
  515. Tali David, IfNotNow
  516. Thomas Beilman, United Church of Christ Palestine Israel Network
  517. Jeremy Rosen, IfNotNow
  518. Bud Hensgen, Virginia Coalition for Human Rights
  519. Suzanne Adely, National Lawyers Guild
  520. Irshad Khan, Council of Islamic Organizations of Greater Chicago
  521. Elias Purmul, Muslim American Society
  522. Afaf Nasher, CAIR-NY
  523. Azadeh Shahshahani, SELECT
  524. Madelin Flores, Florida Student Power Network
  525. Sam Forma, Democratic Socialists of America – Los Angeles
  526. Zach Popkin-Hall, IfNotNow Austin
  527. Keren Soffer-Sharon, Jews for Racial and Economic Justice
  528. Gracie Greenberg, JVP—Baltimore
  529. Suhail Mulla, Islamic Society West Valley
  530. Stanley Heller, Middle East Crisis Committee
  531. Ann Muir, United Church of Christ Palestine Israel Network
  532. Marjorie Suisman, Jewish Voice for Peace
  533. Jeremy Milgrom, Clergy for Peace
  534. Ellen Broms, Jewish Voice for Peace, Sacramento
  535. Dylan Awalt-Conley, NYC-DSA Anti-War Working Group
  536. Rev. Allison Tanner, Rev. Diane Dulin and Rev. Muriel Schmid, FOSNA’s Clergy and Seminary Action Council
  537. Kate Kizer, Win Without War
  538. Emily Jacobio, IfNotNow Chicago
  539. Charlotte Badler, IfNotNow Boston
  540. Dan Feder, Jewish Voice for Peace
  541. Ari Belathar, Jewish Voice for Peace
  542. Natalie Bamdad, IfNotNow
  543. Lesley Williams, Jewish Voice for Peace Chicago
  544. Heba Abdelmaksoud, Activist
  545. Maruf Shiblee, Muslim For Progress
  546. Manal Hussain, NGP
  547. Ali Shareef, Muslim American Society
  548. Yama Achikzai, Raqim Foundation
  549. Raneem Saadah, Muslim American Society
  550. Naveera Rashid, Muslim Student Association
  551. Anilash Azeez, KMCA
  552. Sherif Shabaka, New Hampshire Muslim Community
  553. Karen Platt, Jewish Voice for Peace – San Francisco bay area
  554. Gary Hicks, Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism
  555. Jon Moscow, Jewish Voice for Peace of Northern New Jersey
  556. Mohammad Shiblaq   New Generation for Palestine
  557. Shawn Danino, IfNotNow Ann Arbor
  558. Ola Nosseir, Our Common Beliefs
  559. Josh Spitzer-Resnick, IfNotNow Twin Cities & University of Minnesota
  560. Batoul Oriqat, Students for Justice in Palestine
  561. Zack Shlachter, IfNotNow and Jewish Voice for Peace – Austin
  562. Ilana Cruger-Zaken, IfNotNow, Jewish Voice for Peace
  563. Emma Saltzberg, IfNotNow
  564. Winnie Wong, Activist and Political Strategist
  565. James Lafferty, National Lawyers Guild, Los Angeles
  566. Joel Segal, Middle East Peace Activist
  567. Waseem El-Rayes, New Generation for Palestine
  568. Ahmed Salem, MAS-Detroit
  569. Jacob Bender, Council on American-Islamic Relations, Philadelphia Chapter
  570. Dana Fisher Ashrawi, UUJME – Unitarian Universalists for Justice in the Middle East
  571. Bassem Kawar, The Campaign to TAKE ON HATE
  572. Mohammed W. Faroqui, Individual
  573. Humna Ali, Islamic Center of Reseda
  574. Naaima Khan, Islamic Resource Group
  575. Abby Stein, Author, Women’s March Steering Committee
  576. Sarah Bakrey, Muslim American Society of OC
  577. Nery Lopez, Florida Student Power
  578. Ethan Miller, IfNotNow
  579. Sam Frolichstein-Appel, IfNotNow
  580. Masood Ranginwala, ICNA
  581. Vivian Zelaya, Berkeley Women in Black
  582. Shahd Oweis, Aisha Cultural Center
  583. Saam Maik Hassan, NY MSA Showdown
  584. Muhammad. A Khan,  Masjid Omar Ben Abdel-aziz
  585. Elsa Auerbach, Jewish Voice for Peace-Boston
  586. Jaseem Anwer, Islamic Foundation North
  587. David Mendenhall, Jewish Voice for Peace
  588. Katie Halper, The Katie Halper Show
  589. Eli Logan, Democratic Progressive Caucus of Brevard
  590. Malkah Bird, Jewish Voice for Peace- Indiana
  591. Ithaca Jewish Voice for Peace/Committee for Justice in Palestine
  592. Assem Saleh, Islamic Center of Charlotte
  593. Daniah Kareem, UCSD MSA
  594. Rikki Baker Keusch, Former J Street U National Student Board Member
  595. Danika Grady, If Not Now San Diego
  596. Catherine Murphy, Minnesota Peace Project
  597. Rev. Marcia L. Hoffman, UCC PIN; Jewish Voice for Peace- LA
  598. Fatima Naser, Aisha Youth Group
  599. Leah Alper, IfNotNow
  600. Abby Schottenfels, IfNotNow Philadelphia
  601. Mayhik Gulzar, Aisha Girls Youth
  602. Jacqueline Luqman, Luqman Nation
  603. Maria Tobin, Pax Christi
  604. Ghouse Mohammed, Muslim Leadership Council of San Diego
  605. Netanya Perluss, IfNotNow
  606. Ariel Tinney, Jewish Voice for peace
  607. Lina Radwan, Muslim American Society
  608. Pranav Jani, International Socialist Organization
  609. Dee Poujade, Oregon-Idaho United Methodist Conference Holy Land Task Force
  610. Joe Roos, MennoPIN
  611. Alan Maass, SocialistWorker.org
  612. Saima Akhter, Muslim Community Center of Greater San Diego
  613. Norman Solomon, RootsAction.org
  614. Tom Corcoran, IfNotNow
  615. Barb Olson, Madison-Rafah Sister City Project
  616. Amanda Jenkins, Muslim American Society
  617. Norman White, Chicago Commission on Human Relations
  618. Saul Rigberg, Jewish Voice for Peace-Albany, NY Chapter
  619. Andrea Bird, Indivisible OC48
  620. Sara Lowell, Indivisible OC48
  621. Jumana Musa, Human Rights Lawyer
  622. Mrinalini Chakraborty, Women’s March – Illinois
  623. Murshed Zaheed, Strategy & Hustle
  624. Mohamed T Khairullah, Mayor of Prospect Park, NJ
  625. Commissioner Fahim Abedrabbo, Clifton – NJ Board of Education
  626. Alex Rojas, Justice Democrats
  627. Waleed Shahid, Justice Democrats
  628. Women’s March Minnesota
  629. Dustin Craun, CAIR – San Diego
  630. Mejgan Afshan, CAIR – San Diego
  631. Faisal Khan, Carolina Peace Center
  632. Pastor Adolphus Lacey, Bethany Baptist Church
  633. Zakiyah Ansari, Alliance for Quality Education
  634. Imam Dr. Mohamed Qatatani, Islamic Center of Passaic County
  635. Omar Awad, President & CEO, Islamic Center of Passaic County
  636. Salaheddin Mustafa, New Jersey Democratic State Committee
  637. Assad Akhter, Passaic County Freeholder