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Monthly Archive: December 2008

Dec 29 2008

Stop the Genocide Perpetrated by the Israeli ِArmy against the Civilians of Gaza

The brutal air strikes of the Israeli government has killed more than 230 people, injured hundreds of others and demolished hundreds of buildings, creating a state of terror and fear among the citizens. Hospitals have been filled with decapitated bodies. The Israeli army has said its planes have dropped more than 100 tons of explosives …

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Dec 29 2008

What Cheek!

Invite from the Islamic regime of Iran’s TV station – Interesting how they kill people in Iran for saying less than what I would say and yet they want to give a show of free speech here! Pulleeease. From: nadine khan [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: 29 December 2008 22:33To: [email protected]; [email protected]: Very Urgent Media Request: Invitation to …

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Dec 23 2008

Workers in Iran need international support

TV International interview with Bahram Soroush Maryam Namazie: We just heard about the horrendous news of four workers – two men and two women – who have been sentenced to flogging for participating in May Day events. Can you elaborate on that? What is the background to that? Bahram Soroush: It is outrageous, but it …

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Dec 23 2008

In real life, people have to act

Third Camp TV interview with Hamid Taqvaee on the Manifesto against US Militarism and Islamic Terrorism Patty Debonitas: In the Third Camp Manifesto against US Militarism and Islamic Terrorism, you raise six specific points, which I would like you to address. The first point you raise is: ‘No to war! No to economic sanctions!’ As …

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Dec 16 2008

CALL FOR END TO SHARIA COURTS AFTER REPORT SHOWS WIDESPREAD INJUSTICE

Press Release December 16, 2008 A new report showing that Muslim women are discriminated against and encounter gross bias when they subject themselves to Sharia adjudications was welcomed today by The One Law for All Campaign, which is supported by a variety of organisations and individuals. The campaign’s spokesperson Maryam Namazie said: ‘This research reinforces …

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Dec 13 2008

2008 CEMB AGM

Members are advised that the Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain is holding its first Annual General Meeting on Saturday 13 December 2008 from 12:00-14:00 at Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL. The AGM is only open to members. Members are requested to RSVP their attendance by 8 December 2008 and arrive no …

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Dec 11 2008

Maryam Namazie debates Sharia Law on BBC Radio

To listen to Maryam’s debate with Sidiqqi, head of the Muslim Arbitration Tribunal, on 5 Live click here. To listen to Maryam’s debate with Muslim lawyer Aina Khan on BBC Radio 4 Women’s Hour, click here.

Dec 10 2008

Launch of One Law for All – Campaign against Sharia law in Britain

December 10, 2008 The One Law for All campaign, which is seeking legislation to curb the influence of sharia law in Britain, will be launched at the House of Lords on International Human Rights Day, December 10, 2008. Gina Khan (activist), Maryam Namazie (campaign organiser), Carla Revere (Lawyers’ Secular Society), Joan Smith (writer), Ibn Warraq …

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Dec 02 2008

Divinely ordained law makes abolition more difficult

To see my interview on the death penalty and Sharia on IPS News, click here.

Dec 01 2008

Launch of One Law for All – Campaign against Sharia law in Britain

Press Release Launch of One Law for All – Campaign against Sharia law in Britain December 1, 2008 The One Law for All campaign against Sharia law in Britain is to be launched at the House of Lords on International Human Rights Day, December 10, 2008 from 4:00 to 5:00pm. According to campaign organiser, Maryam …

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