Thursday, September 10, 2009

Human Rights Coalition Against Radical Islam to Hold 9/11 Protest Against Sanitizing History, Victims without Perpetrators, Crime Without Punishment


The following is a press release is an invitation for those who want to attend the 9/11 memorial tomorrow, but who to do not believe we can speak of a "tragedy" and "victims" without speaking about the radical Islamic perpetrators of that crime who, even today, continue to wage a violent war against people of all nationalities and religions.

Don't let our politicians speak of 9/11 as if it were a some force of nature that just "happened." It wasn't. It was a crime against humanity. It was a vicious, pre-planned, murder of thousands of people by a group of radical extremists.

Those who executed the plan might be dead, but those who planned it and funded it are still running around the world preaching their hate to young people, planning more attacks, and killing innocent victims around the world.

We cannot let our history be rewritten by politically correct, sanitized, CAIR-approved speeches. We must be vigilant.


For Immediate Release:

The Human Rights Coalition Against Radical Islam (HRCARI), an organization of victims and targets of Radical Islam from around the world, will join the American 9/11 families in commemorating those slain on September 11, 2001. The vigil will be held at the Beacon Theater 74th Street and Broadway



HRCARI members - Hindus, Sikhs, Christians, Jews, Muslims and secular leaders -- will mourn the loss of ALL victims of Radical Islam -- from the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, from Mumbai to Madrid, Lockerbie to London, Bali to Beslan and Pakistan, from Somalia to Sudan, from Iraq to Israel, from the sailors on the USS Cole to the Coptic Christians in Egypt, and from Kenya to Kashmir.

This multi-ethnic, diverse, rainbow coalition for human rights will demand American government officials and the mainstream media connect the dots and report the truth about Radical Islam’s worldwide assault on human rights.

HRCARI will demand that our government take appropriate action to protect the civilized world and to slow, if not stop, the spread of Islamic Supremacistism, this oppressive, bigoted, homophobic, misogynist, racist and violent doctrine which has spawned so much death and destruction.

HRCARI will have a Memorial Vigil on 9/11 near Ground Zero. We need as much media exposure to show how diverse human rights victims of Radical Islam unite in solidarity with the American victims of Radical Islam, and 9/11 was sadly another assault in the war by Islam's radical cohorts while the government obfuscates and speaks in Orwellian tongues.

What is the meaning of 9/11, and what should we learn and remember ??

In light of the continued failure of our government and the mass media to acknowledge Radical Islam's worldwide threat to Human Rights, the Human Rights Coalition Against Radical Islam will have a reading of the global victims of Radical Islam to reveal the obfuscation and Orwellian language of the government in blurring the meaning of 9/11.

In addition to holding sacred the names of the 9/11 WTC victims, there will be a reading of other victims, including Pan Am Flight 103, Lockerbie, USS Cole, Hindu, Copts, Sudanese, Christians, Jews, Sikhs, Muslims, et al....whether Mumbai, Bali, Iran, Nigeria, Darfur, Israel, Lebanon, Pakistan, Madrid, . . . ..

HRCARI will have a Memorial Vigil near Ground Zero, on the morning of 9/11, just prior to the start of the 9/11 proceedings, to challenge government officials and the media to unveil the truth about the global assault by Radical Islam against human rights ( including assaults, mass murders and suicide bombings, hanging of gays, stoning women, honor killings, suppression of free speech ...), and to connect the dots as to that ongoing global war.

The Human Rights Coalition Against Radical Islam includes:
9/11 Families for a Secure America
ACT for America, Long Island & Manhattan
AISH Center
Alliance of Interfaith Resistance
American Coptic Union
American Center for Democracy
Americans for Peace & Tolerance
Arabs for Israel
Center for Security Policy
Chinese Community Relations Council(CCRC)
Clarion Fund
Damanga( Darfur Muslims)
David Project
Foundation of Nepalese
Global Movement Against Radical Islam
Hasbara Fellowships
Hindu Human Rights Watch
Indian-American Intellectuals Forum
Institute for Religion & Democracy
International Foundation of Bangladeshi Hindus
Jewish Action Alliance
Mothers Against Terrorism
Muslims Against Sharia
Namdhari Sikh Foundation
R.E.A.L Courage
Security & Law Society, Fordham University School of Law
Sikh Recognition Trust
Stand With Us
Sudan Freedom Walk
Women United: Code Red
Zionist Organization of America

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