March 22nd, 2006
|hamsa_journal||11:16 am - Iran Freedom Concert Follow-Up|
We are writing to inform you about the Iran Freedom Concert held this past weekend at Harvard University, and ask for your help in spreading the word about its success.
Co-hosted by students at Harvard University and the Hands Across the Mideast Support Alliance (HAMSA, a project of the American Islamic Congress), the concert aimed to promote the message that "civil rights must be respected by any Iranian government, and freedom must become a reality for all Iranians."
The concert was an outstanding success, and was covered by major news organizations. Click here to read an article by the Boston Globe about the concert.
To see pictures and video clips of the concert, please click here.
Our work, however, is not yet done. We are trying to bring the message and success of this concert to as many people as possible. We are especially trying to reach as many people currently inside Iran as possible, and let them know of this event.
Thus, we would be grateful if you could put a small post about the concert and its success in your journal, and let as many people know about its message as possible. If you could do us the personal favor of sending us a link to any posts you make about the concert for our records, we would be grateful.
Please e-mail us if you have any questions, and thank you for your time.
hi, eee... so, i am thinking about going to Cairo on Holiday in July
and im wondering, what the hell is there to do down there :s
but what other activities are there?
if anyone has the time to gimme some pointers on what to look for, that would be Awesome, thank you :)