U.S. Muslims on the 9/11 Recommendations


HAT: Standing in solidarity with the Families of 9/11 Victims, the
Coordinating Council of Muslim Organizations (CCMO) announces the release
of its publication: First Impressions: American Muslim Perspectives on the
9/11 Report.

Holding a press conference to highlight the need for an independent
American Muslim voice in the current dialogue on civil rights, immigration,
national security, and the well-being of our country. Release of First
Impressions: American Muslim Perspectives on the 9/11 Report.

WHEN: Monday Feb. 14, at 12:15 p.m.

WHERE: The National Press Club, Washington, D.C.

WHO: CCMO - Task Force on the 9/11 Commission Report.
CCMO, a non-profit organization, is a broad-based union of Muslim
organizations located in the Greater Washington metropolitan area. Founded
in 1987, CCMO is a 45-member federated body that represents the more than
200,000 Muslims who live and work in the area. Among its members are the
area's largest mosques and Islamic centers, community service centers,
full-time Islamic schools and institutions of higher education, civil
rights groups, and professional associations.

Contact: Maliha Balala of Coordinating Council of Muslim Organizations of
Greater Washington Area, Web: http://www.ccmo-911.ne

 


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