Islamic Human Rights Commission
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The Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) is a non-profit organization that seeks to promote a better image of Islam and remove the prejudices associated with it. It is based in the United Kingdom.
- Saied Raza Ameli - one of the founders (IHRC Newsletter Sept 2006)
Accessed August 2007: 
- Massoud Shadjareh, Chair, London, UK
- Hamid Algar, Berkley, USA
- Imam Mohammed Al-Asi, Washington, USA
- Muhammad Al-Massari, Jazeerat-ul-Arab
- Sheikh Ibraheem Al-Zakzaky, Kaduna, Nigeria
- Faiq Anwari, London, UK
- Mudassir Arani, London, UK
- Mohammed Saeed Bahmanpour, Cambridge, UK
- Haidar Bagir, Indiana, USA
- Faisal Bodi, London, UK
- Shaikh Achmad Cassiem, Cape Town, South Africa
- Bilal Cleland, Melbourne, Australia
- Merve Safa Kavakci, Dallas, USA
- Shaikh Abdul Mabud, Cambridge, UK.
- Fuad Nahdi, London, UK
- Riaz Ramzan, London, UK
- Jalaluddin Rekhmat, Jakarta, Indonesia
- Ustadz Fadzlullah Shuib, Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia
- Maulana Faiz Siddiqi, London, UK.
- Web: http://www.ihrc.org
Resources and articles
- About Us, Advisors, Islamic Human Rights Commission, accessed August 20, 2007.
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