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Genocide Memorial Day 2010

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An IHRC event marking the anniversary of the Gaza massacre and its fallen victims.

The event will consist of a variety of short presentations on the world's many victims, from the near eradication of indigenous peoples across the Americas, through slavery, the Nazi Holocaust, the Philippines, Indochina, Palestine, Bosnia and Rwanda, amongst others.
Speakers include: Imam Achmad Cassiem, Lee Jasper, Rabbi Ahron Cohen, Assed Baig, Randeep Ramesh

Date: Sunday, 17 January 2010
Time: 12pm – 5pm
Place: Abrar House, 45 Crawford Place, London W1H 4LP
Nearest Tube Stations: Edgware Road (Bakerloo Line) and Marble Arch (Central Line)

Guest Speakers include:
Imam Achmad Cassiem (Former Robben Island Prisoner) – modernity, genocide and genocidal acts
Lee Jasper (Human Rights Activist) – genocide and slave trade
Rabbi Ahron Cohen (Neturei Karta) – Nazi Holocaust
Assed Baig (Journalist and Campaigner) – genocide in Srebrenica
Randeep Ramesh (Guardian Correspondent)

With messages from:
Ward Churchill (American Writer) speaking on the genocide of the Indigenous Americans.
Hasan Nuhanovic (Campaigner and UN translator) on the genocide of Bosnia.
And a special contribution from a Nazi Holocaust survivor.

special contribution from a Nazi Holocaust survivor.
Supporting organizations include:
Stop the War Coalition, Muslim Association of Britain, CAMPACC, Neturei Karta, British Muslim Initiative, Palestinian Return Centre, Ahlul Bayt Islamic Mission, Innovative Minds, Ahlul Bayt Societies and Islamic Forum Europe.

Light lunch and tea and coffee will also be served.

Entrance is free
Please come to support and remember the innocent victims of all genocide and genocidal acts. Let us emphasize never again is all inclusive.


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Islamic Human Rights Commission
PO Box 598
Wembley
HA9 7XH
United Kingdom

Telephone (+44) 20 8904 4222


 

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