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Weekly round up of new items on the website including the annual rally for Al Quds Day and 20% sale in our bookshop

Contents

1. Intro
2. Alerts
3. Press Release
4. Comment
5. Multimedia
6. IHRC in Media
7. Upcoming Events
8. Shop

1. Intro

Here is our weekly roundup of new items on our website.  We have been gearing up for the annual rally for Al Quds Day 2013 which is taking place this Friday 2 August from 3pm - 7pm where thousands are expected to take part in the demonstration. For more information please see the event details below. You can stay up to date on with what is happening on the day by following us on social media. Our Facebook page and Twitter accounts have regular updates where you can stay in touch with us and engage with us in this and our other activities.  You can donate for this type of activity via the form on the back page of the newsletter. See link below.

We have a Ramadan sale at the bookshop 20% off, grab some bargains to give to your family and friends from notebooks to framed art and prayer mats.  You can also buy on-line at http://shop.ihrc.org - all profits go to the IHRC Trust, a charity registered in the UK.

This week the crisis in Egypt has continued, and we have continued monitoring the situation.  See links to information on Egypt, France and elsewhere below.

The IHRC newsletter is here, and below you can find details on how to download it and distribute it. Other facets of IHRC’s work have been reported on including our hate crime monitoring activities and research in the UK and USA. 

If you would like to donate you can:

Visit us on-line and donate here 

Or call the IHRC office on +44 20 8904 4222 between 9am – 5pm UK time, Monday to Friday and 10am – 6pm on Saturdays 

Or download a copy of our latest newsletter and fill in one of the donation forms and return to us.

Don’t forget you can follow us on Facebook, Twitter @ihrc or on Youtube

2. Alerts

IHRC Bookshop and Gallery

Some news and quick updates about the IHRC Bookshop and Gallery.

Please visit us on-line http://shop.ihrc.org, or if you are in or near London, UK please pop in and visit us.

Event Alert - Al Quds Day 2013 - 2 days to go!

Friday 02 August 2013 3.00pm – 7.00pm. Assemble at Portland Place, marching to Grosvenor Square.

The theme this year will be the liberation of Palestine.  The day is not exclusive to Palestine, but rather global oppression will be remembered through the symbolic prism of the Palestinian struggle against the Zionist occupying regime.

Vacancy for Casework support Officer and PA to the Chair

IHRC is looking for a part-time casework support officer to provide case-work and administrative support as well as day to day administration for the Chair of IHRC. S / he will be responsible for emails and other forms of correspondence, providing an efficient and friendly service to visitors and callers and record keeping.

This is an excellent opportunity for anyone seeking experience within a grass roots civil society organisation that deals with domestic advocacy, research and international campaigning. 

Event Alert - Al Quds Day 2013

Join the annual Al Quds Day Demonstration organised by the Quds Committee this year on Friday 02 August 2013.  As usual, this will be a major national event with thousands of people coming from all over the country to show their solidarity with the people of Palestine and oppressed people everywhere.

Help IHRC this Ramadan – Become a Newsletter Distributor

From just a few copies to a few thousand, help get IHRC’s message heard

Free Advice Surgeries - London, UK

Islamic Human Rights Commission offers free weekly Information and Advice surgeries every Wednesday. Our professional caseworkers can provide people with information and advice on a whole range of issues.
Our service is confidential, independent and free.

3. Press Release

PRESS RELEASE: Thousands expected at Al Quds day demonstration in London

Freedom and justice for Palestine, Al Quds Day - demonstrate in London on Friday 2 August 2013. 

The largest Muslim led demonstration in the calendar is set to take place this Friday that will see thousands from across the country coming together to show solidarity and ask for freedom and justice for Palestinians.

4. Comment

The Truth about the French Police

The recent violent events in Trappes, after the identity checking of a woman wearing the full-veil, had an uneven media coverage. Most of the time, the media spread the version of the Police Union and Manuel Valls. The Ministry of Interior declared that he was totally backing the policemen up and that he had no doubt about Trappes' policemen integrity and professionalism.

5. Multimedia

Egypt: Images of some of the killed in Rabaa

27 July 2013.  Some 200 reported killed and 5000 injured; police and thugs attack anti-coup protestors.  Images courtesy Rabaa Media Center.  Non Commercial Creative Commons license.

6. IHRC in Media

World must end Saudi-sponsored Takfiri atrocities: Analyst

IHRC's chairman Massoud Shadjareh talks to Press TV on the bomb attacks in Iraq. 

Massoud Shadjareh, with the Islamic Human Rights Commission from London, has joined Press TV’s Debate to share his thoughts on the latest chain of deadly bomb attacks across Iraq.

7. Upcoming Events

Al Quds Day 2013

Join the annual demonstration and rally. Assemble at Portland Place at 2pm, marching to Grosvenor Square. Details for Al Quds Day 2013:
Date: Friday 02 August 2013
Time: 2.00pm – 7.00pm 
Assembly Point: Portland Place (near BBC Radio just off Duchess Street)
End/rally location: Grosvenor Square
Nearest train/tube: Regents Park (Bakerloo), Great Portland Street (Metropolitan), Euston Square (Metropolitan) & Euston Station (Northern, London Over ground and national rail)

For more information on any of the above, please contact events@ihrc.org or call the Events Team on 020 8904 4222 

Author evening with Joe Glenton

Watch LIVE on www.ihrc.tv. Wednesday 28th August 2013, 6.45pm
IHRC will be hosting an evening with the British soldier who refused to serve in Afghanistan, talking about his book 'Soldier Box’ (published June 2013) at the IHRC Bookshop in Wembley, London.

The event will be broadcast live at 6.45pm (GMT +1) on www.ihrc.tv and you can participate by sending your questions via Twitter @ihrc, email media@ihrc.org and via our Facebook page

Visionary Awakening

IHRC is delighted to host visionary photographer and artist Nasreen Shaikh Jamal al-Lail’s work at its gallery in Wembley, northwest London. Jamal al-Lail is a First class graduate in Photography (BA) from the University of Westminster. 
Exhibition Launch Wednesday 18 September 2013, 7pm – 9pm

If you would like to attend the exhibition launch please contact events@ihrc.org.  Space is limited so please book early.

8. Shop

We have many new titles in, as well as unique and exciting gift ideas.  There is a special offer on books for Ramadan, with 20% of all titles.  Just use the code 20PERCENTOFFBOOKS when shopping on-line at http://shop.ihrc.org

One off leather suede notebooks

Good to use as journals, diaries, notebooks or for small sketches, these notebooks are a stylish addition to your writing materials or a wonderful gift for someone.

Starting at just £6, they can be bought from here

Hurry they are selling fast.

Khatam work photo / picture frame

This beautifully handcrafted frame is perfect for family photos and special memories or for framing your own artwork.  Only a few available.

Prayer mats

Beautifully handmade prayer mats from around the Muslim world.

Framed art

From original work to limited edition prints, find something special at the right price

Don't forget all profits to IHRC Trust.

Don't be a Silent Victim

silent-victimHave you been verbally abused, harassed, discriminated against or even violently attacked because you are Muslim? Have you been mistreated by the police or security services or a victim of anti-terror laws? Click here to report your incident to us in confidence and, if you wish, anonymously.