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American Muslim Heritage Month in Florida

Freemuslim thanks Florida’s Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) for recognizing May 2017 as American Muslim Heritage Month. Hoping this recognition helps us with our progress in making United States of America in its diversity, and promote peaceful coexistance among all citizens, regardless of skin color, faith affiliation, religous identitiy and...

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Khan Shaykhun War Crime

Freemuslim Association Inc. calls upon the United Nations to further investigate events of Khan Shaykhun in Northern Syria Day after day, reports from Syria confirm the depth of the plight of the people beset by bloody fighting for almost six years, while massacres among civilians provoke the international community, which is not stirring up to stop the crisis which has claimed the lives of hundreds of thousands innocent men, women and children so far. Freemuslim Association Inc., has received reports of the killing of dozens of people in Khan Shaykhun, North of Syria, with deep resentment and condemnation of...

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St. Petersburg Subway Bombing

Freemuslim Association Inc. condemns the terrorist attacks in Saint Petersburg. Attacks on innocent civilians in the Russian State of Saint Petersburg is another reminder a global coalition is needed in fighting extremism and eradicating it roots. On behalf of the Freemuslim Association Inc. organization and team, we stand with people of Saint. Petersburg and show solidarity with families whom have lost loved ones, and call upon all humanitarian organizations to stand united in efforts to eradicated extremism from earth, regardless of where and whom it terrorizes. Terror attacks of Saint Petersburg has similarities with the continuously terror people of...

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Investigation on Mosul Circumstances

The Freemuslim Association Inc., in an open letter, invites the United Nations to make further investigation about the circumstances of bombing Al-Mosel. FreeMuslim expresses strong dissatisfaction about what happened in regards to the Mosul area in the North of Iraq, inviting the United Nations to procedure clear and serious investigation about circumstances and clarifying the reasons behind it. As medical and on the ground sources revealed, dozens of victims fall from bombing operations by alliance forces, in the Mosul, through the current battles with the terrorist organization ISIS. The organization entices that falling of big numbers of civilians through...

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International measures to protect children affected by armed conflicts

1977: First Protocol Additional to the Geneva Conventions (Additional Protocol I) provides that states shall take “all feasible measures in order that children who have not attained the age of fifteen years do not take a direct part in hostilities and, in particular, they shall refrain from recruiting them into their armed forces. 1986: Agenda on psychosocial impact of war on children. 1989: Convention on the Rights of the Child 1990: African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child 1993: United Nations General Assembly adopts resolution 48/157 on the Protection of Children Affected by Armed Conflicts, in...

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