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Call For Obama To Intervene In Victim Of Sharia Asylum Request

Call For Obama To Intervene In Victim Of Sharia Asylum Request

By • on December 27, 2013

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For press queries contact Chris Knowles at victimsofsharia@gmail.com 27 December 2013, Basel, Switzerland: The International Civil Liberties Alliance (ICLA) has today launched a campaign in support of the recent asylum request of Albina Kurmanbekova

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Albina Kurmanbekova – Victims of Sharia

Albina Kurmanbekova – Victims of Sharia

By • on December 27, 2013

NB. This matter is EXTREMELY URGENT – the decision on Albina’s case by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services is imminent ACT NOW AS INDICATED BELOW: Sharia Reference: Apostasy From Islam (Ridda)

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ICLA Attends Pakistan Minorities Rights Organisation UK Conference In House Of Lords

ICLA Attends Pakistan Minorities Rights Organisation UK Conference In House Of Lords

By • on March 16, 2013

Chris Knowles of the International Civil Liberties Alliance (ICLA) Outside Parliament After House of Lords Conference Organised by the Makistan Minorities Rights Organisation UK. On 12 March 2013 I

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ICLA Enters Alliance With India Based International Unity For Equality (IUFE)

ICLA Enters Alliance With India Based International Unity For Equality (IUFE)

By • on February 16, 2013

ICLA Enters Alliance With India Based International Unity For Equality (IUFE) FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For more information, contact: Chris Knowles:  3 CommentsRead this story »

In Defence of Lars Hedegaard

In Defence of Lars Hedegaard

By • on February 12, 2013

Chris Knowles of the International Civil Liberties Alliance The following is our response to an article on The Copenhagen Post website entitled Hedegaard

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Dangers Of Star Chamber Justice At Leeds City Council: The Case of Chris Knowles

Dangers Of Star Chamber Justice At Leeds City Council: The Case of Chris Knowles

By • on November 14, 2012

In August 2012 human rights activist Chris Knowles was dismissed from his post with Leeds City Council’s Governor Support Service.  This took place without due process, without the presentation of evidence,

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Anti-Sharia Activist Takes Leeds City Council To Tribunal

Anti-Sharia Activist Takes Leeds City Council To Tribunal

By • on November 5, 2012

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For more information contact: Chris Knowles: Email: brusselsprocess@gmail.com Tel: +44(0)7805 185214   Anti-Sharia Activist Takes Leeds City Council To Tribunal   Chris

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Freedom of expression only for you or also for me?: BPE Statement At 2012 OSCE Human Dimension Meeting In Warsaw

Freedom of expression only for you or also for me?: BPE Statement At 2012 OSCE Human Dimension Meeting In Warsaw

By • on October 6, 2012

STATEMENT BY BÜRGERBEWEGUNG PAX EUROPA OSCE Human Dimension Implementation Meeting Working Session 1 Fundamental Freedoms I Freedom of Expression Warsaw, September 24, 2012 Freedom of expression only

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ICLA’s Chris Knowles Speaks To Michael Coren About Been Sacked By Leeds City Council For His Political Beliefs

ICLA’s Chris Knowles Speaks To Michael Coren About Been Sacked By Leeds City Council For His Political Beliefs

By • on August 8, 2012

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ICLA  Member Chris Knowles Dismissed By Leeds City Council Without Due Process

ICLA Member Chris Knowles Dismissed By Leeds City Council Without Due Process

By • on August 6, 2012

ICLA  Member Chris Knowles Dismissed By Leeds City Council Without Due Process FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For more information, contact: Alain Wagner :  alain.wagner.icla.org@gmail.com www.libertiesalliance.org 6

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