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  • Heavy metal, Middle Eastern band of brothers!
    Interfaith

    Heavy metal, Middle Eastern band of brothers!

    We’re constantly bombarded by implicit and explicit images of the relationship that Jews and Muslims supposedly have in today’s world. We are bombarded with the cliched reminder that we “used to get along” but recently have become enemies. We’ve almost become used to it, accepted it as some sort of reality. And, ironically, all these

  • New Zealand, Australia, & Malaysia Peace Mission
    Islam

    New Zealand, Australia, & Malaysia Peace Mission

      We are back after completing our New Zealand, Australian and Malaysian peace mission. It was a long, laborious mission meeting with Christian and Muslim peace activists. Day by day we are nearing our important goal of establishing an international Muslim peace movement by creating strong interfaith friendships while recruiting and training Muslim youth and

  • Young New Zealand Muslims reflect during Ramadan
    Better Muslim

    Young New Zealand Muslims reflect during Ramadan

    Click here for Video and full article A group of Muslim New Zealanders gather in the Shakib family’s home for prayer, and to break their Ramadan fast together. They reflect on the many facets of their experiences as Muslim Kiwis, from what fasting means to them, to the impact the Christchurch attacks had on their

  • You are invited to join us!
    News

    You are invited to join us!

    Dear Friends, You are invited to join Isa Alhaj Hussein, Nebal Anaim, Muhammad Zalad and me at these important meetings 4 to 10 May as we take our message of thanks, peace and consolation to the people of New Zealand.

  • BBC: Prince William tells New Zealanders, ‘you stood up’ to attacks
    News

    BBC: Prince William tells New Zealanders, ‘you stood up’ to attacks

    Source: BBC “You stood up and you stood together,” the Duke of Cambridge has told New Zealanders in the aftermath of March’s shootings which killed 50 people. Prince William called the attacks an “unspeakable act of hate” in a speech at the Masjid Al Noor mosque in Christchurch, where 42 people died. Praising the country’s

  • Shropshire visits Iraq
    Interfaith

    Shropshire visits Iraq

    For more than a year after then Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi declared these war-devastated cities liberated from the Islamic State, a putrid smell still filled the air from thousands of corpses left in the rubble. The bodies of both civilians and Islamic State militants could be found throughout Mosul, once Iraq’s second-largest city, abandoned

  • US Muslim restaurant owner serves people and God
    Better Muslim

    US Muslim restaurant owner serves people and God

    Last summer, while holding meetings in Washington, DC, Imam Ali Siddiqui invited my assistant Jesus Alhaj Hussein and me for lunch at the Sakina Halal Grill. Kazi Mannan, owner, greeted us with a broad smile, a firm handshake an directed us to a table. Here is Kazi’s story as reported by 13News Now… From poverty in

  • MVPR on Christchurch Terrorist Attack
    News

    MVPR on Christchurch Terrorist Attack

    This is a view of the Al Noor Mosque on Deans Avenue in Christchurch, New Zealand, taken in 2014. The mosque was one of two attacked March 15, 2019; at least 49 people were killed. (CNS photo/Martin Hunter, Reuters) MVPR Statement Concerning Today’s Terrorist Attack MVPR Statement Concerning Today’s Terrorist Attack It is no doubt another

  • Ambassadors of Islam Project
    Islam

    Ambassadors of Islam Project

    Ambassadors of Islam is an MVPR outreach to nonbelievers in California. We visit malls, festivals, universities, churches, civic organizations, and prisons. Our outreach is to non-Muslims by offering them friendship and gift bags. In each bag is an English translation of the Quran, pamphlets about Islam and also a business card detailing a social media

  • Our Rohingya brothers and sisters need our help and prayers!
    Peacemaking

    Our Rohingya brothers and sisters need our help and prayers!

    The 2017–2019 Rohingya genocide in Myanmar began on 25 August 2017 when the Myanmar military forces and local Buddhist extremists started attacking the Rohingya people and committing atrocities against them in the country’s north-west Rakhine state. The atrocities included attacks on Rohingya people and locations, looting and burning down Rohingya villages, mass killing of Rohingya civilians, gang rapes, and other sexual

Message from MVPR director

Our goal is to reach the largest possible world audience with relevant up-to-date information about human rights violations (Muslims and peoples of other faiths) around the globe. Also, to recruit volunteers (members) to implement grassroots campaigns in the US and other nations; lobbying US, other states and the United Nations on behalf of persecuted/repressed groups.