United Muslims Against Terror

UMAT. I belong to no sect. Just a Muslim. I'm sick of people killing in the name of my religion. I'm sick of being called a terrorist. I'm sick of expectations to condemn and apologize for the actions of terrorists. They don’t represent me. I not only condemn but strongly oppose murder, beating of women, racism, war, suppression of rights and freedoms, ill-treatment of minorities, and suppression of democracy. I will not apologize for what I haven't done, I will make a difference.

Tuesday, July 12, 2005

Coming soon..

Please send us information about any violation of rights against any group of people, anywhere whether its related to Muslims or not. Please do inform us if there's violation of people's rights by Muslims/Muslim countries.

We will be opening a community pretty soon where people can take part in a live debate, as well as a website where you can sign up with the organization. Depending on the growth rate, we will register the organization as a charitable organization with respective governments as well.

Please refer all your Muslims and non-Muslim friends to the site.

Especially for Muslims: We need all the voice we can get. Please get involved and play your role in making this world a better place. You CAN make a difference by voicing your opinions, every single one of you....!

The biggest goal of this organization in the near future: Recruit as many activists as possible. Organize rallies and marches anywhere we can on September 11, 2006 to protest against this violence. Take it to the streets. Make ourselves heard. Raise as much money as we can to fight terrorism and help individuals affected by it, and use that money to educate people about terrorism and how it hurts. Force our governments to protect the minorities among the Muslim countries, protect women, allow freedom of speech and expression, bring true democracy to our Islamic countries, and make the people count- not the princes and dictators. Bring out the real Islamic values.

I don't care if its 5 people, 100, 10,000 or a million that take it to the street. But we have to. We can make a difference.

We will plan other smaller events along the way.


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