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“This Is Not My Allah” Global Campaign – Coverage of the Press Conference

“This Is Not My Allah” Global Campaign – Coverage of the Press Conference

By • on October 25, 2014

The Campaign Page can be found at: http://www.thisisnotmyallah.com/   Other coverage: Standing Up To Islamic Extremism http://www.thejewishweek.com/news/new-york/standing-up-islamic-extremism New York’da

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Do Sharia Teachings Need To Be Moderated In Order To Protect Women?

Do Sharia Teachings Need To Be Moderated In Order To Protect Women?

By • on October 22, 2014

Alain Wagner, ICLA’s chairman, asks for a strict control of muslim teaching facilities and for a ban on sharia teaching activities. Working session 9 : “Violence against women and children” 26 September 2014. The International Civil Liberties Alliance wishes to emphasize the particular need for

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Mothers to Oppose Radical Islam and Sharia at Speakers’ Corner, London, UK – Sunday 19 October

Mothers to Oppose Radical Islam and Sharia at Speakers’ Corner, London, UK – Sunday 19 October

By • on October 18, 2014

Marble Arch – a landmark close to Speaker’s Corner. We have just received news that Anne Marie Waters, Director of Sharia Watch UK, will join principled speakers on Sunday 19th October to support

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Turkish journalist Rabia Kazan launches “This is not my Allah” global campaign against extremism.

Turkish journalist Rabia Kazan launches “This is not my Allah” global campaign against extremism.

By • on October 5, 2014

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ICLA Calls for More Effective Protection of Muslim Women in the UK

ICLA Calls for More Effective Protection of Muslim Women in the UK

By • on September 27, 2014

International Civil Liberties Alliance On behalf of International Civil Liberties Alliance I would like to suggest that the United Kingdom consider the immediate implementation of one very practical

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ICLA Human Rights Activists Attend International Women’s Day Event

ICLA Human Rights Activists Attend International Women’s Day Event

By • on March 15, 2014

Today a number of ICLA activists attended the International Women’s Day event in London’s Conway Hall. As regular visitors to this website are aware, ICLA is primarily concerned about human rights abuses rooted in sharia religious laws. Of course many of the victims of such abuses are women

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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

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Passion for Freedom Art Exhibition 2013

Passion for Freedom Art Exhibition 2013

By • on November 5, 2013

Photograph taken at the 2012 event The annual Passion for Freedom art exhibition opened for a private viewing on 2 November.  An ICLA representative was able to attend.  They were particularly impressed

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Malala: The right recipient of the Sakharov Prize

Malala: The right recipient of the Sakharov Prize

By • on November 3, 2013

The following is from: The International Sakharov Committee By Henrik Ræder Clausen Statement by the International Sakharov Committee: The International Sakharov

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Women For Freedom OSCE Submission: FGM – Wilfully Harming Women Is A Crime Against Humanity

Women For Freedom OSCE Submission: FGM – Wilfully Harming Women Is A Crime Against Humanity

By • on October 2, 2013

English Deutsch The submission can also be found on the OSCE website. FGM – wilfully harming women is a crime against humanity OSCE Human Dimension Implementation Meeting Working Session 3 Tolerance and non-discrimination II Prevention of violence against

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