The Rainbow coalition protested the violation of human rights by political Islam and shariah law. Though drenched in the rain, 300-500 decent and good people made their way to Times Square in NYC and stood up to the Islamic violence and oppression of free men across the world. Spectacularly diverse but unified in our purpose - life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness, and an absolute end to jihad.
In the pouring rain, out they came - free men from ever corner of the earth to speak out against Islamic suppression, oppression and shariah law. Here are the partners in this coalition.
Tawfik Hamid, former member of the Jemaah Islamiya terror group, joined Buddhist, Hindu, Sikh, Christian, Jewish and other Muslim leaders and organizations to call for defeat of radical Islam and heighten awareness about the danger that Islamic supremacism poses to human rights across the globe.
An Israeli terror victim, Muhammad Yahya, and Simon Deng
Sudanese leader Simon Deng, who is a a freed slave; Mohamed Yahya, leader of Muslim Darfur group Damanga; Hindu human rights leader Arish Sahani; anti-slavery spokesman Pastor Gerald Bell, Rajinder Singh Khalsa and Bhupinder Singh Bhurji representing the Sikh community; and others.
The "Rally for Human Rights and Freedom," sponsored by the Human Rights Coalition Against Radical Islam (HRCARI), and a new rainbow coalition of dozens of diverse partner organizations, will feature a special ceremony to honor the US Military, Homeland Security, police, firefighters, emergency workers and others who have defended the United States from terror. A representative of the 9/11 Families will be present, as will a retired NYC police officer who lost a family member on 9/11.
FREE MEN STAND!
Peter Gadie, father of a 9/11 victim of Islamic attack on America
HRCARI spokesperson notes, “As part of this initiative, we intend to educate elected officials to helps prevent the spread of Shariah Islamic law. We will work to publicize the threat of Radical Islamic terrorist groups and their allies, and endeavor to protect the right to freedom of religion, and freedom of speech in the face of those who seek to silence advocates of human rights against the threat of Radical Islam.”
HRCARI believes that Radical Islam is a worldwide threat against commonly accepted human rights and is the most urgent topic of our generation.
More video coming: Simon Deng, Muhammad Yahya -- stay tuned to Atlas. No one else has it. There was NO MEDIA THERE. A more diverse crowd you could not find -- pleading for the oppressed and not one member of the media -- sans me, of course. Disgusting omission by the corrupt media -- bought and paid for by the forces of evil.
Great Americans -- more pictures, more video and more reportage to come
UPDATE: Below is speech given by Arish Sahani on plight of Hindus under radical Islam.