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Peace Building in Tunisia

Freemuslim Association Inc., Center for De-Radicalization & Extremism Prevention asks the Tunisian authorities to adhere to the democratic approach and good governance in managing of State affairs. Yet, the organization stresses the necessity to maintain all the rights of protesters and opposition groups demanding political or economic reform. The organization has noted the present events in Tunisia, and the results of it characterized by the aspects of suppression or violence in dealing with protesters. In this regard, the organization demands the logic of reason and self-restraint by the authority and act as peace builders. Tunisians, like any other population,...

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Assassination of the Judge Al-Jirani

Assassination of intellectuals, judges, educators, law enforcement, and politicians has become a trend where-ever the ISIS has grown its roots and is active. In countries and regions where rights of minorities are at risk, these assassinations remain unanswered and justice is not applied. Freemuslim’s Center for De-Radicalization and Extremism Prevention has put Saudi Arabia in the list of countries where minorities have difficulty finding legal avenues to pursue their basic Human Rights. The association calls on the Saudi authorities to investigate the circumstances, as it helps reduce internal turmoils within the...

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More than 1000 days since the Yemen War has started

More than a thousand days of ruining and unjust war. The international community has turned a blind eye to war crimes committed openly, while the two fighting parties are blaming each other’s, the deadly siege caused hundreds of deaths due to lack of food, medicines and the spread of epidemics in an unprecedented manner. Innocent Yemenis have been caught in a turmoil where they have no way forward, and no way back, it is hardship, illness, loss of loved ones, economic and political distress however it is viewed. The FreeMuslim Association Inc., repeats its call to all parties about...

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East Turkestan Occupation

East Turkestan has been occupied by China since 1949. East Turkestan is a majority Muslim Country, and 60 million of its population has lost their lives ever since the 1949 occupation. In 1952 alone, China executed 120,000 people in East Turkistan, most of whom were sharia scholars, Burhan Shahidi, the governor of East Turkistan, said at the time. From 1949 to 1979, the Chinese occupation destroyed 29,000 mosques in East Turkestan. From 1997 until now, China has closed 1,200 mosques in East Turkestan, turning some into Communist Party headquarters or offices. China has also set fire to 370,000 Quran...

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End Yemen War and Begin Reconciliation

Our Center for De-Radicalization and Extremism Prevention has received the latest developments in Yemen with great sorrow and concern, especially as the worst victims of this tragedy are the defenseless civilians who have been victimized every day from inside and outside the country. The organization expresses its deep concern that the recent events have affected the people of Yemen in a way that exacerbates the pain of this suffering people, especially with the presence of those who knock the drums of sedition and seek to continue the war. At the same time, many parties inside and outside Yemen call...

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