- Intro – a request for your support
- Event reports
- Upcoming events
- Blogs / News / Comment
These are busy and troubling times. Despite a ceasefire in the war against Gaza, the ongoing siege, trauma and suffering of the Palestinians continues. Below is a summary of public work undertaken by IHRC in the last week or so, on the issue of Palestine and so many others. Sadly we cannot cover many issues, but with your continued support and donation we can start to address more in what are increasingly austere times.
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India/Kashmir – Calling for the immediate release of 22-year old Ahmed Wani
Bibliographical Discourse Analysis: The Western Academic Perspective on Islam, Muslims and Islamic Countries (1949 – 2009) Volumes 1 – 4 by Saied R. Ameli
France and the Hated Society: Muslim Experiences
4. Event Reports
Event Report – Bahrain Press Conference : 365 days of broken promises
A report from IHRC’s emergency vigil for Gaza on Thursday 15 November will be posted shortly.
5. Upcoming events
An evening with Professor Ramon Grosfoguel ‘Is Islamophobia a form of racism?’
Watch this event live on http://www.ihrc.tv at 6.45pm GMT on 11 December. You can email in questions or post them on our facebook page or tweet them.
Gaza Demo outside the Israeli embassy
Abu Qatada’s Bail – Sky News
France’s Muslims feel hated – Press Tv
and on a lighter but no less important note, here is a letter being handed in to G4S about Palestinian prisoners at one of the IHRC – Inminds regular vigils
7. Blogs / News / Comment / IHRC in the News
Here are a few highlights:
My heart goes though leaps and bounds
A moving tribute to the late Seddick Isaacs, anti-apartheid activist and former Robben Island prisoner
UK activists to slam Baharini regime’s crimes
Also two new blogs, by Arzu Merali and Assed Baig are now running on the site here:
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