Bringing Peace to Our Community

  Assalaamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatu Allahi Wa Barakatuh (Peace be with you and God Blessings and God’s mercy), We all are living critical times in history, and we are extremely anxious and worried for the days ahead. Yesterday, an Indian lady in Carrollton was stopped by the police and asked to prove her citizenship, she had to have her husband bring her passport! Few weeks ago one of our young kids in school was called a terrorist! As members of a minority community, we are extremely saddened and worried by this turn in events. We keep hearing the news of…

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5 Reasons to Sign the Purple Postcard: Legislative Agenda

Join the Purple Postcard campaign and make sure legislators hear your voices! Please call your representative and ask them to support Bills for Domestic Violence. Everyone has a role to play in building a safer Texas. There are many ways you can show your support for family violence victims and survivors, and help create communities free from violence. Did you know that Texas has among the highest number of unmet requests for family violence services in the country? Nearly 16,000 victims of family violence, primarily women and children, were turned away from shelters in 2015 due to lack of capacity, and that’s…

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Take the Pledge – Young Men Against Abuse

Join Hamza Iqbal’s pledge Young Men Against Abuse. At only 15 years old, he already recognizes the importance of bringing domestic violence (DV) awareness among his peers. He began an online petition to take the pledge against DV. His effort was endorsed by Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings. It complements the Mayor’s 2013 campaign for 10,000 men to take the pledge. Click here to sign the pledge!  

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Muslims and supporters call for understanding in ‘friendship, not suspicion’

By Dianne Solis, Dallas News, Powered by The Dallas Morning News Muslim leaders and their supporters on Wednesday denounced what they called growing bigotry against people of the Islamic faith, citing a “loyalty oath” they say a Texas state legislator wants them to take, and the looming temporary ban on many refugees issued by President Donald Trump. “We will not tolerate it,” said Imam Omar Suleiman in a news conference in Irving, a city with a large concentration of Muslims and foreign-born people. “I invite any one of our government officials or our neighbors to get to know us in the…

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Blessed by Your Support

Assalaamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatu Allahe Wa Barakatuh (Peace be with you and God Blessings and God’s mercy), Dear Supporters, on Saturday January 21, 2017 TMWF hosted our 12th Annual Fundraising Gala. We cannot find the words to express to all of you how grateful and blessed we are by your support. We had 500 attendees from different faith communities, nationalities, denominations, affiliations, stages in life and professions. Among us we were blessed with Rabbis, Pastors, Imams, men, women and youths. They all were and – are – true faithful and true believers, putting the teachings of their faith into action. Each one made the statement that…

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