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White Supremacy and Domestic Terrorism Prosecution

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Emgage is committed to combating the dramatic rise of White Supremacist domestic terrorism and the double standards of terrorism prosecution that exist within America’s justice system. 

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The threat of White Supremacy and White Nationalism is finally recognized as the greatest domestic threat to the United States. 

This violence is not only directed towards Black and Brown communities and religious minorities (‘Unite the Right rally’, 2017), but also towards our elected officials (Capitol Insurrection, 2021).  Despite overwhelming evidence identifying White Supremacy as the greatest domestic threat, government agencies and law enforcement disproportionately target, surveil and harass Muslim Americans and Black and Brown communities under the flag of countering domestic extremism programs. 

“Among DVEs, racially and ethnically motivated violent extremists — specifically white supremacist extremists — will remain the most persistent and lethal threat in the Homeland.” — DHS, Homeland Threat Assessment (October 2020) 

Additionally, despite these findings and clear cut statutory definitions of domestic terrorism, White Supremacists, along with most White perpetrators who commit violent hate crimes, continue to avoid the 51 statutory ‘Federal Terrorism Charges’ and statutes that pose penalties under acts of domestic terrorism, which is nearly never the case for Muslim Americans.


(Updated 08/01/2022) Passed House. 24 sponsors in Senate. 


Note – progress is based on (1) co-sponsorship of bill by members of Congress, (2) passage of bill through either the House (45%) or Senate (45%), and (3) finally being signed by the president (10%).

Wa’el Alzayat, Emgage Ceo

Salam Al-Marayati, MPAC President


Watch Emgage Action and the Muslim Public Affairs Council’s (MPAC) press conference in the US Capitol marking the release of the joint report to address the growing threat of domestic terrorism by white supremacists, the double standards in terrorism investigations and prosecutions, and the need to adopt a consistent approach to labeling and combating terrorism.