About Us

M4L gold tree logoMuslims4Liberty is an organization primarily of American Muslims who are committed to advancing the cause of liberty from a principled and Islamic perspective. M4L combines activism, outreach, charity, voluntaryism and other avenues that can contribute to its mission. We are not limited to a single school of Islamic jurisprudence, theology or interpretation. Rather, we are united in our focus on the Quranic principles and the prophetic methodology which ensure the preservation of human liberty and dignity.

Communities and regions around the world have to each develop their own concepts of freedom while staying true to their history and tradition. M4L is a bridge for connecting eastern and western traditions of freedom.

M4L is not affiliated with Campaign for Liberty, the Libertarian Party, or AFID’s Muslim Liberty Project.

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North East Director – Hesham El Meligy

M4L co-founder. An interfaith and community organizer in New York City. He is founder of the Islamic Civic Association, and co-founder of Building Bridges Coalition. Also a contributing member to New York Neighbors for American Values Coalition, and the National Coalition to Protect Civil Freedoms. He received the “Peacemaker” award from Peace Action in 2009. And was the 2013 Libertarian Party candidate in the NYC-wide election for comptroller.


Mid-Atlantic Director – Ramy Osman

M4L co-founder. Coordinator of the mid-Atlantic region. A volunteer for a number of charitable, community and activist causes. Volunteered with the 2012 Ron Paul Presidential Campaign. Organized Northern Virginia Muslim community support for a number of liberty oriented candidates in the 2012 election season. M4L Webmaster, blogger, and artist.



M4L Co-Founders: Will Coley, Davi Barker, Hesham El Meligy & Ramy Osman


M4L Blog Contributors (Past & Present):

Ramy Osman

Will Coley

Davi Barker

Hesham El Meligy

Priscilla Galstaun-Khader

Ghanim Khalil

Minaret of Freedom Institute

M4L Guest Contributors

Non-M4L Content