“People are enemies of what they do not know.”

-Ali, cousin and son-in-law of the Prophet

Our purpose is addressing Islamophobia and building bridges of understanding and friendship among non-Muslims and Muslims particularly in the Northern New England area with potential to spread to other geographic areas.  This project offers resources to counter the severe and dangerous tensions, misunderstandings and animosity.

             Featured Website:

P.A.I. R. (Positive American-Islamic Relations) – a place to share positive interactions between Muslims and non-Muslims in the USA; administered by Rev. Joel Grossman, InterFaith Minister

             Featured Activist Resource:

Click Here to End Hate: Anti-Muslim Bigotry Online and How to Take Action

from Muslim Advocates

“This pdf exposes the breadth of anti-Muslim hate online with examples from leading social media platforms, provides an overview of existing laws governing hate speech, and offers steps that Internet users can take to respond effectively to hate speech online: namely, reporting and counter-speech.”

            Currently Available for scheduling:

Facing Islamophobia

The Veil and Other Costumes and Customs

What I Love About Islam

            To schedule any of these events in your congregation or group, please contact us.13744628-inlaid-marble-columns-and-arches-hall-of-private-audience-or-diwan-i-khas-at-the-lal-qila-or-red-forFeatured Educational Resource:

Answers to 100 Frequently Asked Questions About Muslims

from Islamic Network Group (ING)

“ING has been delivering educational presentations about Muslims and their faith for nearly two decades. The following are answers to some of the most common and challenging questions that ING and its affiliates across the country have encountered over the past 20 years. While many of the answers address issues that are well established because of a clear citation in the Qur’an or hadith (prophetic sayings)—such as the six major beliefs or the five pillars—others focus on areas that are more open to interpretation. These answers reflect the fact that Islamic doctrines are the product of a dynamic conversation among Muslim scholars as well as between the scholars and the laity who apply these rulings, rather than a fixed set of answers and regulations. ”


           Featured Video:

Malala Yousafzai Nobel Peace Prize Acceptance Speech


           Featured Blog Post:

Reverend Jeremiah Kalendae on Islam, Sufism, Pluralism and moreKalendae is a practicing Sufi and a Unitarian Universalist Muslim

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Peace and Unity Bridge is a project of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Washington, Vermont, assisted by a grant from the Fund for Unitarian Universalist Social Responsibility.

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