Honor Diaries Star Blasts CAIR: ‘Obviously They Do Not Support Human Rights’

Prior to the April 30th screening of the film Honor Diaries at Brandeis University, human rights activist Raheel Raza, who is featured in the film, sat with TruthRevolt to discuss the film and the university’s decision to withdraw the honorary degree offer from Ayaan Hirsi Ali. Hirsi Ali served as an executive producer of the project and is both a women’s rights activist and an outspoken critic of Islam. Raza herself is a practicing Muslim.

Honor Diaries Screening In London ON.


Please join us for a screening of the Honor Diaries, “the first film to break the silence on “honor violence’ against women and girls. Honor Diaries is more than a movie, it is a movement to save women and girls from human rights abuses – around the world and here in North America.”

Our MC for the evening will be Andrew Lawton of AM980 and we will be joined by Raheel Raza, President of Muslims Facing Tomorrow and Paul McKeever, Leader of the Freedom Party of Ontario.

Date: Thursday, May 29, 2014
Time: 6:30 to 8:30
Location: Wolf Performance Hall, London Central Library, 251 Dundas Street
Admission: $10.00

The evening will include a Q & A with our speakers and refreshments will be provided.

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