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Islam Peacemaking World Peace

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 adults to be world peacemakers.

Our mission: “We are Muslim men and women promoting world peace, human rights, compassionate justice, and religious reconciliation. We speak up for innocent men, women, and children, regardless of their faith. We seek to help all who are unjustly treated due to bigotry and prejudice. We work collaboratively with inter-faith groups and other non-government organizations, seeking to be a Muslim voice of peace and reason in the midst of civil unrest and war.”

During this current peace mission, we spoke in 3 Quaker (Christian) meetings in New Zealand and Australia and with a major Catholic leader in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. We taught in more than 20 mosques and met with major Muslim leaders in all three nations.

Do you stand with us? Then please give to support this urgent work by clicking “Donate” at www.mvpr.org. Every dollar counts. If you are able to give more, please do so.

Thank you, brothers, sisters, and Friends, for holding us in the Light as we make progress.

God willing, our next step will be to bring Iraqi peacemakers and leaders to Washington, DC, hopefully, 5 to 13 September June.

I thank Jesus Alhaj Hussein, Nebal Anaem and his son Abdulrazak for accompanying me.

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