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Friday 05 July 2013 will mark 60 days from when five Palestinian political prisoners with Jordanian citizenship went on hunger strike in Israeli jails. They have been physically and psychologically tortured to pressure them to end their hunger strike.
The families of the prisoners are asking for their immediate release and in the very least for the prisoners to be transferred to Jordan to serve their sentence as per the Wadi Araba normalisation agreement 1994.
Join the protest against imprisonment of Jordanian citizens in Israeli jails
Attend the protest outside the Jordanian Embassy in London:
Date: Friday 05 July 2013
Time: 3:00pm – 5:00pm
Venue: Jordanian Embassy London, 6 Upper Phillimore Gardens, London W8 7HA
Nearest Train/ Tube stations: High Street Kensington
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.
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OIn June 26th 2013, we were delighted to launch Katy P. Sian’s courageous book that challenges racialised communities to critically look at their conceptualisations of each other.
Watch the show here
4. IHRC in the Media
A UN report condemns Israel’s arrests of Palestinian children
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Date: Friday 02 August 2013
Time: 2.00pm – 7.00pm
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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. Her work is being exhibited at MAPS over the summer.
Exhibition Launch Wednesday 18 September 2013, 7pm – 9pm
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This book not only discusses the media coverage of the ongoing conflict, it also aims to explain how viewers of mainstream media understand news, and how their views are largely shaped by media reports. A very relevant read to understand the current media practices and its effects on world politics today. This is a must have for those working or studying in journalism.
This link will take you to the IHRC bookshop where you can buy this book, or browse for more titles: http://shop.ihrc.org/more-bad-news-from-israel-greg-philo-and-mike-berry
Volume six in the British Muslims’ Expectations of Government presents an important discussion regarding the portrayal of Muslims in the British media. It questions the practices of the media and highlights a trend of bias against Muslims in the media. In the era of the ‘war on terror’ this IHRC publication raises key issues that need to be addressed by the government. This link will take you to the IHRC bookshop where you can buy this book, or browse for more titles: http://shop.ihrc.org/bmeg-the-british-media-and-muslim-representation-volume-6
Emotional Fitness: This book serves as a guide to maintain emotional well being which is as important as our physical well being. It teaches the readers effective coping strategies for everyday life problems that lead to many Physiological and Psychological problems such as Depression, Stress and Anxiety. It will teach the readers how to manage ones emotions, feelings and sentiments in an effective manner while dealing with the negative emotions in a positive manner. http://shop.ihrc.org/emotional-fitness
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Holy Qur’an: Chapter 4, Verse 75
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