AMPAC Mission Statement
The mission of the American Muslim Political Action Committee (AMPAC) is to stimulate an active interest in Muslim Americans relating to Political and Governmental affairs to facilitate Muslim American participation in the United States of America, to promote the ideas and principles of the Political Party, and to encourage and seek Muslim American candidates for public office and explain positions of other political candidates to Muslim American voters. The AMPAC shall also work with the Muslim American Communities to bring their issues to the state and national political attention. We are the Muslim- American Communities living in United States of America.
2016 Presidential Election year is uniquely critical for Muslim American and other minority Americans, and we are standing with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to elect as the 45th American President and to DEFEAT Donald Trump, because Trump is unfit for the job. MD Rabbi Alam - Founder, AMPAC&
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Muslim Capitol day on October 14, 2016 in Washington D. C.
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MD Alam of the American Muslim Political Action Committee (AMPAC) announces plans to hold an annual Muslim gathering in the United States Capitol in Washington, DC.
On every second Friday in October, beginning in 2016, Muslims will gather for Friday prayers in the United States capitol building. The event, known as “Muslim Capitol Day,” will celebrate the centuries-long history of Islam in America. Related events will be held in Washington, DC over the weekend.
MD Alam, founder of AMPAC and candidate for the United States Senate, explained: “On Columbus Day, October 12th, Americans reflect on their history and identity. Islam is a huge part of that history and identity. Muslims reached the New World before Columbus. Millions of Muslims were brought to America as slaves, others emigrated, and still others reverted. Islam has been a part of the American experience from the beginning. We will come to the Capitol in Washington DC every year to celebrate Islam in America and Muslims’ contribution to this great country; and we will organize to help make this an even better country in the future.”