ACTION ALERT:Stop the banning of Muslim speakers (URGENT MSG FROM IERA)

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**URGENT MESSAGE FROM IERA**

ACTION ALERT: STOP THE BANNING OF MUSLIM SPEAKERS!

The University of London has stopped Abdurraheem Green and Hamza Tzortzis from speaking at a private Muslim event.

The University of London stopped this event two days before it was to go ahead. They claimed that they had been warned by the Metropolitan Police about two of the speakers who were supposed to attend. These were none other than Abdurraheem Green and Hamza Tzortzis! As you are aware, both are world renowned orators known for their mainstream and normative Islamic views. They have not committed any crime, rather they have spoken out against terrorism and extremism in all forms and consistently call for Muslims to engage positively in society.

Their banning is part of a growing and worrying trend that needs to end now!

We are asking you to help put a stop to this discriminatory behaviour that insults us all. There are two short and simple action steps you can take NOW to make a difference!

ACTION ONE

Give 60 seconds to defend Islam and Muslims!

Send an email to the University of London at (vice-chancellor@london.ac.uk)  which has already been written out for you, it is right at the bottom of this post.

Change the subject line to something of your own for maximum impact.

Add info@iera.org.uk in the BCC category.

Add your name to the bottom of the email.

Press send!

ACTION TWO

Give three minutes to defend Islam and Muslims!

1. Call PAUL WILKINSON.

Director of Property & Facilities Management on 020 7862 8236 to complain about the university’s behaviour.

2. Ask him to explain:

Why they have banned the speakers considering their immaculate history and status.

Ask who in the police gave them the advice and why they chose to cancel.

Ask them why they are refusing to engage with the organisers or speakers if there are genuine concerns.

3. Request that they lift the ban on our speakers.

If Paul Wilkinson is not available you can call any of the staff below:

ALAN TRAIN – Head of Facilities

E: Alan.Train@london.ac.uk

T: 020 7862 8166

CHARLIE VERNON – Business Development Manager

M: 07827 894916

T: 020 7862 8227

E: Charlie.Vernon@london.ac.uk

As Allah ﷻ says in the Qur’an,

O you who believe! Stand out firmly for Allah as just witnesses; and let not the enmity and hatred of others make you avoid justice. Be just: that is nearer to piety; and fear Allah.Verily, Allah is Well-Acquainted with what you do. (Surah Al Ma’idah)

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Dear Professor Sir Adrian Smith,

I am extremely upset and concerned at you preventing two of our leading internationally renowned Islamic speakers, namely Abdurraheem Green and Hamza Tzortzis from delivering talks at your university in a private event.

I demand an explanation as to why this decision was taken without even bothering to consult the speakers or the hosting organisation.

This whole matter is seen by the Muslim community as an Islamophobic and hostile attack on our values. If you do not reverse this decision, we will be vocally raising this issue in the Muslim community both here and abroad as to your stance against our community.

I hope it will not come to this and we can all reach an amicable solution.

I look forward to receiving your response on this situation.

Kind regards,

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