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MPAC Welcomes U.N. Move to Establish International Day of Remembrance of the Srebrenica Genocide

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Germany
muslim
Palestine
Rwanda
Srebrenica
UN
On May 23, 2024 By MPAC
Washington, D.C. | www.mpac.org | May 23, 2024 — The Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC) upholds and honors the United Nations General Assembly vote today to establish an annual day of remembrance for the 1995 Srebrenica genocide, despite furious opposition from Bosnian Serbs and Serbia. The establishment of an…
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MPAC Holds Meetings with Local Officials to Demand Accountability and Protection of Pro-Palestinian Student Protestors

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On May 10, 2024 By MPAC
This week, the Muslim Public Affairs Council convened crucial meetings following last week’s violent attacks by external pro-Israeli agitators upon pro-Palestinian student protestors at the UCLA Solidarity Encampment. These meetings were an important step in gaining accountability for these disturbing incidents. Earlier this week we met with Los Angeles Mayor…
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MPAC Condemns Calls for the National Guard to be Deployed Against Student Protestors

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freedoms
higher education
muslim
muslim college students
muslim students
Palestine
police brutality
On April 24, 2024 By MPAC
Washington, D.C. | www.mpac.org | April 24, 2024 — The Muslim Public Affairs Council calls on the people of conscience, including faculty and leaders, to oppose threats to deploy the National Guard on the Gaza Solidarity Encampment at Columbia University, whose aim is to push back against the university’s…
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