The mission of the Muslim Liberty Project is to advocate awareness of individual liberty by aligning core principles of Islamic pluralism with the larger American community and being a voice of the silent majority.
The Muslim Liberty Project targets young Muslims ages 15-30 for dialogue on Muslim reform, separation of mosque and state, and the adaptation of young Muslims to modernity.
MLP advocates awareness of individual liberty by aligning core principles of Islamic pluralism with the larger American community and being a voice of the silent majority.
MLP empowers youth, develops resources, engages the community, and develops future leaders.
MLP held its first Retreat in March 2011, bringing together Muslim youth representing 12 states to discuss the concepts of liberty and how they inter-relate with the Muslim faith. Participants solidified MLP’s mission, vision, and purpose. The retreat introduced Muslim youth to Muslim mentors who successfully integrate the concepts of liberty with their practice of their faith.
Currently an MLP committee is developing the 2012 MLP Conference. For more information or to get involved contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org