Protest the targetting of Muslims in Albany, NY

Newburgh Four
Muslim Solidarity Committee & Project SALAM Cordially Invite You to:

Rally and March
In Support of
Muslims Targeted by
Preemptive Prosecution
Sunday, July 25, 2010

Meet at the east steps of the Capitol, Washington & State Streets, Albany, NY at 1:00 PM
March to Masjid As-Salam, 278 Central Ave., Albany

The Muslim Solidarity Committee and Project SALAM (Support And Legal Advocacy for Muslims) invite you to join us for this rally and march remembering the sixth anniversary of the arrests of two Muslim men from the Albany community and all Muslims preemptively prosecuted by the US government.  Speakers at the Mosque will discuss these cases and how they are used to generate fear of Islam in order to justify war and oppression.  Information about these cases can be found at

The Rally will begin at the closing of the National Peace Conference to be held in Albany, July 23-25.  We hope that you will attend this important Peace Conference. For more information, see


Schedule of Events

• 1:00 P.M. Rally at the NYS Capitol, East Steps, corner of Washington Ave & State St.
Light refreshments (food & drink) will be available.
• 1:30 March to Masjid As-Salam, 278 Central Ave., Albany
• 2:00 Arrive at Masjid As-Salam • 2:00 Pizza lunch and speakers

For more information, contact Lynne Jackson at 518-434-6659 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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