Ministers and Christian Leaders Retreat to Woodland Park for a Weeklong Conference at Charis Bible College

If you are in Christian ministry and would like more information about this event, please call Bryan Nutman at 719-635-2111.

We have had a great response by sponsors who recognize the value of what full- and part-time ministers and pastors bring to their local communities.”

— Bryan Nutman, AWM’s partner and minister relations manager

WOODLAND PARK, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, September 18, 2017 / — Andrew Wommack Ministries will be holding their annual Ministers’ Conference at Charis Bible College Colorado.

Every October, pastors and ministers from all over the U.S. and abroad enjoy lodging, shopping, and dining in the City above the Clouds—Woodland Park.

In addition to hearing from guest speakers and having access to a wide range of resource materials, visiting ministers can participate in the annual Grace or Faith Golf Tournament, being held this year at Shining Mountain Golf Course on October 3. Potential prizes for golfers making a hole in one are a golf package to Pebble Beach or a nine-day golf safari in South Africa. Many other sponsored prizes are available to all golfers.

“We have had a great response by sponsors who recognize the value of what full- and part-time ministers and pastors bring to their local communities,” says Bryan Nutman, AWM’s partner and minister relations manager.

If you are in Christian ministry and would like more information about this event, please call Bryan Nutman at 719-635-2111.

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Minister’s Conference 2017

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Haryana Sewa Trust to organise a Youth Grandparents bonding day on Nov 5 2017

Haryana Bhawan event

Haryana Bhawan event

Haryana Sewa Trust to organise a Youth Grandparents bonding day on Nov 5 2017

BANGALORE, KARNATAKA, INDIA, September 18, 2017 / — International Vaish Federation Youth wing of Karnataka in association with Haryana Sewa Trust will organise a Grandparents-Youth bonding day at Haryana Bhawan, Harlur Road, Bangalore on November 5, 2017.

This initiative was taken up by International Vaish Federation Karnataka youth President Shri Yatish Jain who believed that there is a lot of scope to improve the relationship of the younger generations with their older ones.

The day of bonding will have a lot of activities suitable for older generation and things which they would love to do, can do with their children and grandchildren. Nowadays, with all the gadgets in the house, many of us dont really have the time or dont take spend quality time with the elders.

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Censure Sri Lankan President : TGTE

UNITED NATIONS, NEW YORK, USA, September 18, 2017 / —

This week Maithripala Sirisena, the President of Sri Lanka, will attend the 72nd session of the U.N. General Assembly. His participation in meetings and gala events belie his true contempt of and utter disregard for the U.N. and what it stands for.

Last week, the Washington Post revealed the findings of a leaked U.N. report finding that Sri Lanka was helping North Korea evade Security Council sanctions.

Earlier this month, Sirisena proclaimed: “I state very clearly that I will not allow anyone in the world to touch Jagath Jayasuriya or any other military chief or any war hero in this country.” Sirisena’s pronouncement came following war crime lawsuits filed against this former commander and Sri Lanka’s current envoy to Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Columbia, Peru, and Suriname.

Sirisena’s effective grant of immunity to Jayasuriya, once the Chief of Defence Staff and Commander of the Sri Lanka Army and other military leaders is the most emphatic and unequivocal recantation to date of the commitments Sirisena undertook in Human Rights Council Resolution 30/1 (2015). In that resolution, co-authored and co-sponsored with the U.S., the Sri Lankan government recognized that “accountability is essential” to the future of the country and committed “to establish[ing] a judicial mechanism with a special counsel to investigate allegations of violations.”

As pointed out in the High Commissioner of Human Right’s report this past February, “The fulfilment of [these] commitments ha[ve] however, been worryingly slow, and … were inadequate to ensure real progress.”

Now, with Sirisena’s bold unapologetic grant of immunity to the senior commander with direct responsibility for the crimes of his subordinates under international law, the die of impunity has been irrevocably cast. Crimes that were captured on video, verified by satellite imagery, witnessed first-hand by U.N. staff, and established in a comprehensive investigation report conducted by an impartial panel appointed by the High Commissioner.

Sirisena, himself, was the Defence Minister during the final weeks of conflict when the gravest crimes occurred, making this a brazen act of self-interest as well.

For the tens of thousands of victims of unlawful killings, enforced disappearances, and sexual violence perpetrated by the Sri Lankan Army, justice is ever more remote. Sirisena’s prideful grant of immunity and the complicity of the international community in the impunity enjoyed by the perpetrators of the gravest crimes, including genocide, committed this century, leaves the families of victims of these crimes with little faith in the international community’s resolve and the emboldened military leaders in Myanmar with little to fear as they follow the roadmap of impunity so skillfully charted by the government of Sri Lanka.

When Sirisena raises his champagne glass during the gala dinners this week, he will no doubt silently and smugly toast his own deft manipulation of the international community.


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The New Enemy of North Korea

Max Papeshi, Kim Jong Un, McLoughlin Gallery, SF, CA

Max Papeshi, Kim Jong Un North Park, McLoughlin Gallery, SF, CA

Max Papeschi ; Kim Jong Un Tubbies; McLoughlin Gallery, SF, CA

North Korea and Kim Jong Un Get a New Enemy with "The Leader is Present" by Max Papeshi at McLoughlin Gallery in San Francisco, California.

Our republic is a responsible nuclear state that–as we made clear before, will not use nuclear weapons first unless aggressive hostile forces use nuclear weapons to invade on our sovereignty.”

— Kim Jong Un, 2016

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, USA, September 18, 2017 / — The renown San Francisco based McLoughlin Gallery is pleased to present "The Leader is Present," the landmark solo exhibition featuring the groundbreaking Max Papeschi Works on view September 15 – October 14, 2017. "The Leader is Present," is the first solo exhibition from Italian artist Max Papeschi in the U.S, focusing on North Korean Dictator Kim Jong Un as would be interpreted by world famous contemporary artists including Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst, and Banksy, among others. In the style of the infamous feature film "The Interview," starring James Franco, The North Korean leader is at center stage in these daring art works, satirically 'honoring' the 'Dear Leader' through the art pieces.

The exhibition is part of the "Welcome to North Korea Project," created with the support of Amnesty International Italy; promoting awareness and condemnation of the crimes against humanity by the North Korean regime. Fighting censorship, the artist helps to both inform and remind us of these crucial issues of human rights, while incorporating the spirit of play in to the body of the work. With "Welcome to North Korea," Papeschi, in his self-fabricated role as 'Cultural Ambassador of North Korea' as awarded by the 'Dear Leader,' builds the narrative story of a contemporary dictatorship through a visual contradiction. The detention facilities become absurdist amusement parks, and the public is taken in to a parallel dimension, where the atrocities of Pyongyang’s regime are hidden by the grotesque propaganda found at

With his expressive and irreverent style, Papeschi discredits the 'cult of personality,' taking it to the extreme with Kim Jong Un appearing in pretty shades of bright eye shadow and lipstick, in a Warholesque quadriptych; the ultimate 'pop' icon. In Papeschi's further works, between the cut of a Fontana painting or in a face-off with controversial performance artist Marina Abramovic, Kim Jong Un is even reflected as the aspiring child Mouseketeer; a Disney-loving tyrant of contradictions. The propaganda of the regime is further spoofed through the language of contemporary art divinizing the 'Dear Leader,' serving as commentary on the idiocy of bluster and war-mongering propaganda funneled through the DPRK. Included in the compelling exhibition are board games, videos of South Park, Teletubbies with a North Korean twist, an 80's video game, and even Kim Pong, which invites viewers to play against Kim Jong with the inability to ever win against the 'Supreme Leader.'

Despite Kim Jong Un's reported statement that he would not launch a first attack, and would only attack back if attacked first, the dictator has recently however threatened Japan, The U.S. mainland, South Korea, and U.S. territory Guam with total destruction. While North Korea reportedly states their actions are merely reacting in self defense to the annual military tests by South Korea and the U.S, reportedly simulating an attack on North Korea–which greatly upsets the DPRK, the DPRK has recently fired two missiles over Japanese airspace, causing the world, and particularly the people of Japan–great worry.

It is in view of these unsettling world events, in addition to the widely known human rights violations by North Korea, whereby citizens are reportedly woken up at 5 a.m. with a National Alarm Clock, and are reportedly murdered if found criticizing Jim Jong Un–that the art show 'Welcome to North Korea' is so vitally important. Where religion is banned, specific haircuts are reportedly mandated by law, the government controls the reportedly only two television stations in the country for state brainwashing, and citizens' entire family are punished 'three generations back' for the alleged crime on one person, North Korean Government is a assault against reason, and against humanity. Kim Jong Un reportedly even had his own uncle; Jang Song Thaek, and his entire blood family–including women and children–murdered in 2013. And he reportedly had his own half-brother; Kim Jong Nam, poisoned to death earlier this year.

Whereas Sony Studios was famously hacked by North Korea for releasing "The Interview" film which mocked Kim Jong Un and dealt with his assassination, 'Welcome to North Korea' similarly uses 'art as a weapon,' as the political enemy of a despotic regime. Reaching the world with the love of freedom, and the strength of individual liberty, Max Papeschi and McLoughlin Gallery bravely stand up against the face of such tyranny.

The inaugural launch of the exhibition occurred in September 2016 in Turin, Italy; and later Milan, Italy, with the Fondazione Maimeri. These highly successful shows were then followed by shows in Paris, with future exhibitions planned in Prague, Rome, Seville and Miami, after the stunning show here at McLoughlin Gallery in San Francisco, California.


The McLoughlin Gallery is a contemporary gallery serving as a site for exhibitions and public programs working with established international and local mid-career and emerging contemporary artists. The esteemed gallery represents and promotes artists working in a wide array of media including; painting, sculpture, photography, video and installation. Open from Tuesday through Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m, the McLoughlin Gallery is located at the 49 Geary Street, Suite 200, in San Francisco. For more information, call 415-986-4799 or visit

Max Papeschi
The Leader is Present
September 15th – October 14th, 2017

The McLoughlin Gallery
49 Geary, Suite 200
San Francisco, CA 94108
Tel: 415-986-4799

Joan McLoughlin
The McLoughlin Gallery
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Kim Jong Un Art; Max Papeschi at McLoughlin Gallery

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Veteran-created Film Tango Down Launches on IndieGoGo

Julia Ling and Ryan Stuart battle it out.

Julia Ling (Producer and Actress)

The short film, written and produced by United States Marine Corps veterans Rick Swift and Andrew Dorsett, seeks funding from US military supporters.

I want you to share with your veteran friends, because a lot of the time, they think that nobody understands them. I want someone to be able to understand them, so we don’t keep losing veterans.”

— Rick Swift

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, USA, September 18, 2017 / — Silver Rose Entertainment, Inc. (SRE Studios), headed by Julia Ling and Micah Haughey, developed Tango Down with Rick Swift of and Andrew Dorsett, who are writers and producers on the project. The film aims to put veterans first, with USMC veterans Swift and Dorsett driving the creative story and thematic elements.

Tango Down deals with the difficult decisions service members have to face in battle, and the consequences of the choices they’ve made, even well after they have already returned home.

To fund the film, the team launched an IndieGoGo campaign ( As part of their efforts to promote veterans, they partnered with veteran-owned businesses and pro-veteran organizations to provide some of the perks available to those who contribute. “You can donate to support a veteran-created film, and also be supporting a veteran business owner at the same time,” explained Haughey. We are asking the public to help make this project a reality. Everyone on board has been working very hard, but cannot finish the film without the support of the public.

Along with the crowdfunding campaign, SRE Studios created an auction site through eBay ( for unique items from veteran artists and craftsmen. Most of the proceeds for the auction will go towards the budget of the film, with a 10% commission going back to the item’s creator.

Dorsett, who served in Afghanistan and Iraq, wants to help bridge the gap between veterans and the civilian world. “What we’re seeking, is that understanding. Civilians know about it, but they don’t explore it. And veterans stay in these tight little groups, or even amongst themselves… Which leads to the problems of PTSD, depression, and veteran suicides. We all need to come together to address that, and to stop it.”

Swift adds, “I want you to share with your veteran friends, because a lot of the time, they think that nobody understands them. I want someone to be able to understand them, so we don’t keep losing veterans.”

Beyond Tango Down, the team aims to build a community of veteran filmmakers and business owners. The short film is the first in a slate of planned projects where veterans will play key roles throughout development and production. Successfully funding Tango Down is essential to making this goal a reality.

Micah Haughey
Silver Rose Entertainment, Inc.
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Incredible Project Created By Veterans

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Tamils to Protest Against Sri Lankan President’s Visit to UN in New York: TGTE

"As acting Defense Minister during the war – President Sirisena is considered a suspect for committing war crimes and crimes against humanity against Tamils"

NEW YORK, USA, September 17, 2017 / —

Transnational Government of Tamil Eelam (TGTE) announced today that it will hold a protest against Sri Lankan President Mr. Maithripala Sirisens’s visit to the UN on September 19th, to speak at the UN General Assembly.

The protesters will highlight Sri Lankan President Sirisena’s role in the killing of Tamils and rape of Tamil women by Sri Lankan Security forces under his command, when he was serving as the acting defense minister during the final weeks of the war.

It was during his time that Sri Lanka rejected appeals by world leaders to stop shelling and bombing an area called “No Fire Zone”, which was created by the Sri Lankan Government, where thousands of Tamil civilians assembled for safety.

President Sirisena in his own words: "I was the Minister in Charge of Defence during the last two weeks of the war in which most of the leaders of the LTTE were killed with General Fonseka at the helm of the Army. Prior to that I have acted as the Minister of Defence five times during the height of the war." Maithripala Sirisena's Interview to Daily Mirror, January 2, 2015.

Here is what Economist wrote: "Sirisena is hardly a beacon of hope for the Tamils: he was acting as defence minister in the nightmarish final fortnight of the war"

Recently, the war time Commander of Sri Lankan Security forces confimed that Sri Lankan Security Forces committed war crimes during the war:


• Around 70,000 Tamils were killed in six months and women were sexually assaulted and raped by Sri Lankan Security Forces in 2009. (Source: UN Internal Review Report on Sri Lanka). Tamils were killed due to deliberate and intense shelling and bombing of areas designated by the government as "no-fire zones", where Tamil civilians had assembled for safety. Sri Lankan Government also restricted food and medicine for Tamils, resulting in large numbers dying from starvation and many of the injured bleeding to death.

• A recent report by the International Truth and Justice Project (ITJP) published details of Sri Lankan Military run "rape Camps", where Tamil women are being held as sex slaves. This is one of the rare documented “Rape Camps”, since Japanese Imperial Army held mostly Korean and Chinese women as “Comfort Women” during the Second World War.

• There are 90,000 Tamil war widows, living among the same Security forces who killed their loved ones. (Source: May 2012 report by British Foreign and Commonwealth Office on Human Rights and Democracy).

• No one was held accountable for the repeated mass killings of Tamils since 1958. Members of the Sri Lankan Security forces are almost exclusively from the Sinhalese community and the victims are all from the Tamil community


Transnational Government of Tamil Eelam (TGTE) is a democratically elected Government of a million strong Tamils (from the island of Sri Lanka) living in several countries around the world. TGTE was formed after the mass killing of Tamils by the Sri Lankan Government in 2009.

TGTE held two internationally supervised elections among Tamils around the world to elect 132 Members of Parliament. It has a bicameral legislature and a Cabinet. It held one of its Parliamentary sittings in the British Parliament.

TGTE is leading a campaign to realize Tamils’ political aspirations through peaceful, democratic and diplomatic means. The Constitution of the TGTE mandates that it should realize its political objective only through peaceful means.

The Prime Minister of TGTE is Mr. Visuvanathan Rudrakumaran, a New York based lawyer.


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London Book Release: "History of the dispossessed Sri Lankan Tamils"

Editor – Victor Rajalingam (California)

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM , September 17, 2017 / —

We cordially invite you and your family to the formal release of the book in London – titled

"History of the dispossessed Sri Lankan Tamils"

Editor – Victor Rajalingam (California)

Date : 14th of October 2017.

Time: 5 .30 pm

Venue: Trinity Community Hall , East Avenue, London, E12 6SG

The Meeting will be presided by Dr S. Navaratnam

Renowned speakers will take part and grace the occasion.

Dinner and Entertainment (Dance and Music) will be, as per Tamil tradition, part of the function. All invitees will be entitled to a book per family. All voluntary Donations will benefit Tamil Widows affected by the war. Your presence and support will be greatly appreciated.

Please RSVP by Sunday 8th of October 2017 indicating the number attending.

Please call:
07852950089 I.T. Sampanthan

07807982869 Padma.

07795384541 Yarlini

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On behalf of the Book release Committee

IT Sambanthar : Mrs. Pathma Thiru : Mrs. Yarlini Parthiban

Tube : Eastham ( District line buses – 101, 104, 238, 376, 147 )

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Harry Moon’s Good Mischief Contest Announces Finalists From Ten Countries and Thirty-Three States

This montage represents finalists from USA, China, France, Serbia and Canada

The One Hundred Finalists from Ten Countries and Thirty Three States

USA, China, Canada, France, Scotland, England, Paraguay, Serbia, Bosnia and Australia Participate

We adults are going to be bowled over by our children. They are going to be teaching us what it looks like to be kind.”

— Mark Andrew Poe, Author of Wand-Paper-Scissors

PAXTON, ILLINOIS, USA, September 16, 2017 / — (Paxton, Illinois) At twelve noon Central Time in Paxton, Illinois, eleven-year-old Caiden Riecks, Captain of this years’ Harry Moon’s Good Mischief Contest, announced the one hundred global finalists. The announcement may have come from the plains of the Midwest, but the Good Mischief Contest has now become a major international competition with children from ten countries participating.

“The response to the contest has exceeded our expectations,” said Thom Black of Rabbit Publishers of Chicago. Rabbit publishes the acclaimed Harry Moon Series. “While we always viewed this a worldwide event, we expected this to be an American-centric contest. We are delighted to see children throughout the world wanting to emulate Harry Moon’s kindness. These kids give us hope for a more peaceful tomorrow.”

Good Mischief is a “kindness that surprises”. Entrants into the contest described a Good Mischief Feat that would carry-out if they won. The finalists will now video their feat of kindness, and upload their video to the Internet. Viewers around the world can vote through Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, or the Harry Moon website.

“The children have some wonderful ideas involving ecology, health issues , and social justice. They are finding imaginative ways to do good. We adults are going to be bowled over by our children,” said Mark Andrew Poe, author of the Harry Moon books. “They are going to be teaching us what it looks like to be kind.”

In front of a throng of children and adults, standing atop the Paxton town fire truck, Caiden Riecks, in his “Do No Evil” T-shirt made famous from the Harry Moon series, announced one hundred children going forward in the competition. The eleven-year-old said the decision for these one hundred was based on creativity and impact. The finalists hail from ten different countries including the United States, Canada, Australia, France, England, Scotland, Serbia, Bosnia, Paraguay and China. In America, thirty three states are represented.

The announcement came at the height of Paxton’s annual Swine-and-Dine Barbecue cook-off with over three thousand people in attendance. The town was dressed for the announcement with sixteen banners flying over the streets of the Illinois town with sayings from the Harry Moon books series including “Do No Evil”, “Be Good. Do Good,” and “Where Heroes Come From”.

“In Wand-Paper-Scissors, the town is trapped in Halloween, “ said Caiden Riecks, also an avid reader of the Harry Moon series. “One of Harry’s friends is a kid named Hao Jones. Is he black or Asian or who is he? Harry Moon says ‘what does it matter?’ Harry calls Hao a ‘world child’. That’s what I was thinking when I announced our finalist, Tan Jun Jun. In Good Mischief, we don’t care. We just want to be friends and we want to be friends with the people of the world."

Finalists can post their sixty-second videos whenever they are ready but before the deadline of October 15th. Rabbit has brought in former Walt Disney Production Chief, David Paul Kirkpatrick, to coach the kids on their videos. Voting will continue until Halloween night when Caiden will return to Paxton to announce the boy and girl winner of the grand prize.

“I call the trip they win the “Hero Trip” because the two winners will be flown with a parent to Baltimore, Maryland where they will take a tour of the Geppi Entertainment Museum,” said Caiden. “It’s where a lot of comic book memorabilia is kept including stuff from Superman and Batman. Those guys are heroes because of the good they do. That’s a hero to us. I guess that’s what this Good Mischief contest is all about. Be good. Do good.”

Rabbit Publishers is the Chicago-based publishing house behind the acclaimed Harry Moon and Honey Moon book series. The house has over 300,000 books in print. The publishers new color editions, Wand-Paper-Scissors, Dog Daze, and Halloween Nightmares are being distributed worldwide through Diamond Comic Distributors.

Ted Snow
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சிறிலங்கா அரசு ஒரு குற்றவாளி : மைத்திரியின் ஐ.நா உரைக்கு எதிராக மக்கள் போராட்டம் !

மைத்திரின் உரை இடம்பெற்றுக் கொண்டிருக்கும் சமவேளை, சிறிலங்கா அரசினை குற்றவாளிக் கூண்டில் ஏற்றும் போhராட்டமொன்றினை நாடுகடந்த தமிழீழ அரசாங்கம் செய்கின்றது

மைத்திரின் உரை இடம்பெற்றுக் கொண்டிருக்கும் சமவேளை, சிறிலங்கா அரசினை குற்றவாளிக் கூண்டில் ஏற்றுவம் வகையில் மக்கள் போhராட்டமொன்றினை நாடுகடந்த தமிழீழ அரசாங்கம் ஏற்பாடு செய்துள்ளது.

— நாடுகடந்த தமிழீழ அரசாங்கம்

NEW YORK, USA, September 16, 2017 / —

சிறிலங்கா அரசாங்கம் ஒரு குற்றவாளி என்ற தொனிப்பொருளில் சிறிலங்கா அரசுத் தலைவர் மைத்திரியின் ஐ.நா உரைக்கு எதிரான மக்கள் போராட்டமொன்று நியு யோர்க்கில் இடம்பெற இருக்கின்றது.

ஐ.நா பொதுச்சபையின் வருடாந்தக் பொதுக்கூட்டத்தில் பங்கெடுக்கும் சிறிலங்காவின் அரசுத் தலைவர், எதிர்வரும் 19ம் திகதியன்று உரை நிகழ்த்த இருக்கின்றார்.

இந்நிலையில், மைத்திரின் உரை இடம்பெற்றுக் கொண்டிருக்கும் சமவேளை, சிறிலங்கா அரசினை குற்றவாளிக் கூண்டில் ஏற்றுவம் வகையில் மக்கள் போhராட்டமொன்றினை நாடுகடந்த தமிழீழ அரசாங்கம் ஏற்பாடு செய்துள்ளது.

இப்போராட்டத்தில் நாடுகடந்த தமிழீழ அரசாங்கத்தின் பிரதமர் வி.உருத்திரகுமாரன் அவர்கள் பங்கெடுத்து அனைத்துலக அரங்கில் சிறிலங்கா அரசு ஒரு குற்றவாளி என்ற தொனிப்பொருளில் அதன் குற்றங்களை பட்டியலிட இருக்கின்றார்.

நாடுகடந்த தமிழீழ அரசாங்கம்
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Thousands to rally against Hassan Rouhani, call for end to impunity of Tehran leaders

Iranian Americans Rally Against Rouhani, Sept 20th, NY

Iranian Americans Rally Against Rouhani, UN Plaza, NY

Iranian American Women Associations Joins NY Rally

Artistic street play on 11,000 protests in Iran in a year

Thousands to rally against Hassan Rouhani, call for end to impunity of Tehran leaders
Artistic street play on 11,000 protests in Iran in a year

— Organization of Iranian American Commuities (OIAC)

NEW YORK, NY, USA, September 14, 2017 / —


September 14, 2017
Contact: Ben Borhani

Thousands to rally against Hassan Rouhani, call for end to impunity of Tehran leaders
Artistic street play on 11,000 protests in Iran in a year

What: An elaborate artistic street play, symbolizing the 11,000 protests across Iran over the past year, will be performed during the rally of thousands of Iranian-Americans outside the United Nations Headquarters in New York, on Wednesday, September 20, 2017.

Simultaneous with the debate at the United Nations General Assembly, the protesters will condemn the presence of the Iranian regime’s president Hassan Rouhani in New York to address the UN. The Iranian Americans will highlight the abysmal state of human rights in Iran, calling for an end in executions in the country and to the impunity of Tehran’s leaders as well as calling for justice for the perpetrators of the 1988 massacre of political prisoners in Iran.

Who: Joe Lieberman, former Senator from Connecticut, John Bolton, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, and Robert Torricelli, former Senator from New Jersey, are among the speakers.

Why: More than 3,100 people have been executed in Iran during Rouhani’s tenure, including dissidents, women, minors, and ethnic and religious minorities. Tehran’s nefarious regional conduct and ballistic missile tests are continuing unabated. Nationwide protests by the Iranian people are on the rise, as they seek a free Iran.

The rally, sponsored by the Association of Iranian Americans in New York, a member of the Organization of Iranian American Communities – US,, coincides with the anniversary of the 1988 massacre of 30,000 political prisoners in Iran. The UN Secretary General has highlighted the massacre in his most recent report as new evidence implicates regime’s leaders, including current Rouhani cabinet ministers, as key players in the massacre that has never been independently investigated.

When: Wednesday, September 20, 2016, 11:00 AM
Where: Dag Hammarskjold Plaza (2nd Ave & 47th St), United Nations, NY

1717 Pennsylvania Ave NW Suite 1025 Washington DC 20006 202-780-8572

Ben Borhani
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