October 21, 2007
Real Fascism Awareness Week: DC-area Holocaust Commemoration
Sunday October 28 from 6 to 8 pm in Sterling, Virginia, near Washington DC, a rather nice event for those interested and local. The All Dulles Area Muslim Society is organizing a presentation featuring a Holocaust survivor, called, perhaps unsurprisingly: Reflections on The Holocaust: A Story of a Holocaust Survivor, and designed for "all of Humanity to Remember and Learn the Lessons of the Holocaust." More info below.
Invitation to Adams Center Event
In a continuing effort by the All Dulles Area Muslim Society(ADAMS) to Build Bridges
of PEACE, Love, Respect, and Harmony, we are organizing this very important event
for all of Humanity to Remember and Learn the Lessons of the Holocaust.
We Pray for Human Diginity and PEACE in the World. We ask that you all attend and
bring people from your congregations to attend.
Sun Oct 28 6pm-8pm
All Dulles Area Muslim Society(ADAMS)
46903 Sugarland Rd
Sterling, VA 20164
MC - Mr Bob Marro,
Government Relations Chairperson, All Dulles Area Muslim Society (ADAMS)
Invocation - Ms. Farhanahz Ellis,
Interfaith Director, All Dulles Area Muslim Society (ADAMS)
Welcome - Mr. Rizwan Jaka,
President, All Dulles Area Muslim Society (ADAMS)
The Holocaust, a Lesson for Humanity - Imam Mohammed Magid,
Executive Director, All Dulles Area Muslim Society
The Jewish Dimension of the Holocaust - Rabbi Robert Nosanchuk,
Rabbi, Northern Virginia Hebrew Congregation
A Holocaust Survivor Story - Ms. Johanna Neumann,
The Holocaust Museum, a Witness to History - Arthur Berger,
Senior Advisor on External Affairs for the Holocaust Museum
(Food and Refreshments will be available)
President, All Dulles Area Muslim Society(ADAMS)
Interfaith Conference of Metropolitan Washington
ADAMS Cub/Boy Scout Chairperson(COR), Pack/Troop 1576
All Dulles Area Muslim Society(ADAMS) is one of the largest Muslim communities/mosques in the DC
Metro Area and in the United States. ADAMS is a non profit 501c(3) Organization. ADAMS serves over
5000 families and has 7 branches(Sterling/Herndon, Tysons Corner, Fairfax, Reston, Leesburg, Ashburn,
and South Riding) in Northern Virginia. ADAMS Center is governed by a 13-member democratically elected
board of trustees comprising of men and women. ADAMS engages in regular interfaith, government relations,
social services, and community service. ADAMS has one of the largest Cub Scout, Boy Scout, and Girl Scout
programs in the DC Metro area.
46903 Sugarland Road,
Mailing Address :
PO BOX 1085
Herndon, VA 20172
phone# will be 703-433-1325
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A friend of mine was pointing out earlier this week to me that one good response strategy would be to show side-by-side Nazi propaganda challenging the loyalty of German Jews to what we see today challenging the loyalty of Muslims in America. I thought that would be good, but I am not familiar enough with Nazi propaganda to pull up the records...
Posted by: yaman at October 21, 2007 11:39 PM
Check out this online Q&A that IslamOnline organised with David Horowitz, and observe the shifting reasoning for why Islamofascism is a problem.
Posted by: SP at October 22, 2007 04:19 AM
This islamo-fascism thing is interesting. It was indeed launched by the francophone Algerian "éradicateurs" at the beginning of the 90's (the names of Saïd Saadi and Khalida Messaoudi cometo my mind), and caught on quite well after Sep. 11. I wonder whether the welcome extended by some journalists, politicians and bloggers to that notion would apply to the notion of "judeo-nazism" coined by the late Yeshayahou Leibowitz when speaking about settlers and their supporters. Come to think of it, I don't think so.
Posted by: Ibn Kafka at October 22, 2007 01:38 PM
Yaman, the German Propaganda Archive is your friend...