CCF: Silence is Consent, Birmingham, UK

CCF: Silence is Consent, Birmingham, UK

Silence is Consent

The Threat To The Ummah & The Call For Action

Date: Saturday 20th April 2002

Time: 3:00pm – 9pm

Venue: Amaana Centre – Muath Welfare Trust, Stratford Road – Birmingham


Dr M Massari, Key note speaker

Abu Yusuf, UK Human Rights Lawyer

Faisal Bodi, Journalist,

Abdul Karim, Author of the Shadows

Massoud Shadjareh, Islamic Human Rights Commission

Abdul Rashid – Hamid, Boycott Campaigns

Nadeem Amin, Muslim Intelligentsia Project

To Also Include Speakers from :

Helpline for Muslim Women and Children

MPAC (Muslim Public Affairs Committee.)

Muslim Scouts.


· Are you angry, distraught, and disappointed with media
coverage, the Muslim leadership and divisions amongst the community?

· Do you feel pain, anguish and despair at the worldwide
suffering and humiliation inflicted on the Ummah?

· Will you refuse to be silent, inactive and afraid?

This is your chance to use your talent, experience and intellect to
defend the Ummah. Join a project and articulate and defend the rights of
Muslims. Dawah gives meaning to life-rise from the living dead.

Voluntary Contribution Fee from £5 (unwaged) to £10 (waged) – all
proceeds will go to Islamic charities

Attendance is by confirmation only – places are limited and will be
offered on a first come first serve basis. To reserve a place please E-mail

The event is organised by:

The Muslim Lawyers Committee, Muslim Public Affairs Committee, and, Islamic Human Rights Commission

And Sponsored by Black Banner Media and Waha Media

Islamic Human Rights Commission will be holding three workshops at the event: ‘Campaigning for Justice for Palestine’ ‘Fighting the Fight – How to Campaign’ and ‘Campaigning for Prisoners of Faith.’

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