What others say about the AMV?
Rev. Michael Yoshii, Buena Vista United Methodist Church
I appreciate the education and awareness your organization brings to the larger public about the struggles taking place within the Muslim and Arab communities here in the United States.
Louis Vitale, Franciscan, Saint Boniface Church, San Francisco
It is very heartening to me to have developed such warm relationships within the American Muslim community, especially with yourself and your associates. I have been very enriched in many dimensions, socially, spiritually, politically and personally. It is one of the most significant developments of my life.
Helal Omeira, Director, CAIR Northern California
What a wonderful event (Feb. 22, 2004). May Allah bless you for your wonderful event. It is a testament to your crucial work. The wonderful people and organizations that are like minded, in support of human rights. You make us pray for cloning. I wish Allah created a few more of you for the benefit of all people.
Shafi Rifai, President, United Muslims of America
I admire your dedication for the cause. In a short time you have developed contacts with so many of the activists that is remarkable.
Ben Allen for the Blue Triangle Network, San Francisco Bay Area
The Blue Triangle Network of the San Francisco Bay Area sends its warmest greetings and appreciation to American Muslim Voice and its leader Samina Faheem Sundas for their outstanding work in defense of the Muslim, Arab and South Asian communities and in support, solidarity and friendship with peoples and struggles from many different communities.
Don Spark of the Refuse and Resist
Samina Faheem Sundas has been leading and inspiring a national mobilization known as “STOP SPECIAL RE-REGISTRATION” in the fight to stop the government persecution and religious profiling of Muslims and the racial profiling of related ethnicities.”
Imran Mughal, San Jose
I am thankful to the AMV Executive Director, Samina Faheem Sundas, for helping my family in the extension of visas of my two younger brothers who went for voluntary INS Registration and landed in trouble for a minor visa violation that was overlooked before 9/11.( Ameen brothers)
Ghazanfar Farooq, Houston, Texas
I would like to thank you for what you have done for my brother Ahsan. I do not have enough words to describe your dedication and hard work. Ahsan was detained in Houston. The AMV was able to arrange a pro Bono Attorney for him )