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American Muslim

Solidarity Open House
& Patriot Day of Action
 at the Woodland, CA Mosque
Let us sow some seeds of friendships.


What: A day of Solidarity & Independence Day Open House

        Where: Woodland Mosque, 1023, North Street, Woodland CA 95695

        When: Sunday July 3, 2005       1.00 to 3.30 p.m.

        A BBQ burger lunch will be served.

        All fellow Americans are invited.


        Khalid Saeed – AMV Director for Northern California
        Farhan Anwar, President AMV Chapter Woodland

        Co- sponsors:

        Riaz Ahmad, President Woodland Mosque
        M. Usman Sadiq, Principal Sunday Islamic School 
        Qari Bashir Ahamd, President Jamat Ahlay- Sunnah USA


        Khalid Saeed: 530-383-0959

        Join AMV & ACLU in Patriot Days of Action
        at Woodland Mosque on July 3, 2005

        As Congress considers reauthorizing or amending portions of the USA PATRIOT Act that sunset on December 31, 2005, it is time for a national call to action to defend the Bill of Rights and restore our lost liberties.

        The American Muslim Voice and American Civil Liberties Union will hold a Patriot Day of Action at the Woodland, CA mosque on July 3, 2005.

        Speakers: Partial list:
        Mr. Khalid Saeed, Northern California Director of the American Muslim Voice/ ACLU
        Mr. Norbie Kumagai, Japanese community leader/ ACLU Sacramento Chapter
        Mr. Dean Johansson, Esq /ACLU Sacramento Chapter Chapter
        Mr. James Schwab, ACLU Sacramento Chapter
        Ms. Samina Faheem Sundas, Founding Director of the American Muslim Voice

        The program will include letter writing to congressmen as during the weekdays following July 4, members of Congress are in their districts participants will be urged hold in-district meetings with their legislators to reinforce their concerns.

        Seven state legislatures and over 385 city and county governments have passed resolutions, at the request of local residents, opposing provisions of the PATRIOT Act and other laws and policies that infringe on the rights and liberties guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights.

        Nearly 62 million people now live in these “Civil Liberties Safe Zones.”

        For more details please call: 530-383-0959 / 650-387-1994