The Aspen Institute Justice and Society Program recently published a report “Principled Pluralism: Report of the Inclusive America Project” referencing the work of Muflehun and our Internet Safety Workshop as an example of a successful partnership between religious communities and government agencies in countering violent extremism. The full report can be downloaded here.
Suhail Khan, Board chairman of Muflehun spoke on a panel about “Integration as a National Security Asset” at a day long conference on “America the Inclusive: Building Robust Community and Interfaith Partnerships.” The event was hosted by Aspen Institute’s Justice and Society Program and the Interfaith Youth Core, led by Eboo Patel. Keynote speakers at the event included the Honorable Jane Harman and Director Michael Leiter (NCTC). Several speakers made… Read More »Muflehun Chairman Speaks at Aspen Institute: “Integration as a National Security Asset”