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A Former Terrorist, a Muslim Darfur Leader, an Escaped Jihad Slave, Victims of Terror from India, U.S. and Israel to Address Mass Human Rights Rally

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2009-05-03 06:45:24     
Alliance for Interfaith Resistance/HRCARI

A former member of the Jemaah Islamiya terror group, Tawfik Hamid, will join Buddhist, Hindu, Sikh, Christian, Jewish and other Muslim leaders to call for the defeat of radical Islam and heighten awareness about the danger radical Islam poses to human rights across the globe.

Speakers will also include Simon Deng, a freed Sudanese slave; Mohamed Yahya, leader of Muslim Darfur group Damanga; author and women's rights advocate Dr. Phyllis Chesler; anti-slavery activist Pastor Gerald Bell; Charles Jacobs of American for Peace and Tolerance; Rajinder Singh Khalsa and Bhupinder Singh Bhurji representing the Sikh community; Beth Gilinsky of Alliance for Interfaith Resistance; Hindu Human rights leader Arish Sahani; women's rights activist Joy Brighton, and others.

The "Rally for Human Rights and Freedom," sponsored by the Human Rights Coalition Against Radical Islam (HRCARI) and other organizations (see below), will feature a ceremony to honor the U.S. Military, Homeland Security, police, firefighters, emergency workers and others who have defended the United States from terror. Peter Gadiel of the 9/11 Families, who lost his son on of the 9/11 will be present, as will a retired NYC police officer who lost his son-in-law on 9/11.

The event will kick-off event a new grassroots global action network taking on the fight against radical Islamism. HRCARI believes that radical Islam is a worldwide threat against commonly accepted human rights and the most urgent topic of our generation.

Rally sponsors include:

9/11 Families for a Secure America

ACT for America, Long Island and Manhattan

Aish Center

American Coptic Union

Americans for a Safe Israel

Alliance for Interfaith Resistance

Alliance of Iranian Women

AMCHA-Coalition for Jewish Concerns

American Center for Democracy

Americans for Peace & Tolerance

Arabs for Israel


Atlas Shrugs

Chinese Community Relations Council

Coalition for Israel

Damanga (Darfur Muslim organization)

The David Project

Fordham University School of Law's National Security and Law Society

Foundation Nepalese

Gathering of Eagles-NY

Global Movement Against Radical Islam

Hasbara Fellowships

Hindu Human Rights Watch

Indian American Intellectuals Forum

International Foundation of Bangladeshi Hindus

Iraq the Model


Jewish Action Alliance

Mothers Against Terrorism

Muslims Against Sharia

Namdhari Sikh Foundation

Responsible for Equality and Liberty

Sikh Recognition Trust

Snapped Shot


Sudan Freedom Walk

Women United: Code Red

Zionist Organization of America

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