Thursday, 27 December 2007
Tuesday, 25 December 2007
Dear All,We've had an excellent string of protests now, each better than the last. Tomorrow is especially important - the lawyers, so far the backbone of this principled movement, are observing "Black Wednesday" to protest the manhandling and re-arrest of Aitzaz Ahsan on Eid Morning in violation of the Government's own orders. Join the lawyers at 10.30 am TOMORROW wed 26 at Aiwan e Adal, Lower Mall, Lahore (near Town Hall) for a peaceful but not passive show of solidarity. COME in large numbers, BRING all your friends, TELL everyone to pass this on.
Saturday, 22 December 2007
Friday, 21 December 2007
Aitzaz Ahsan was picked up on the motorway enroute to Islamabad, beaten up, glasses broken and brought back to Lahore in a police bus. Is now suffering from bruises and fever.When he asked for a detention order, they shoved a gun in his face and said - this is your order.
Vigil outside his house at 6 pm TONIGHT (friday). 5 Canal Bank, Zaman Park, Lahore Pl come, tell all and pass this on.
Monday, 17 December 2007
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Tuesday, 11 December 2007
Friday, 7 December 2007
Thursday, 6 December 2007
Monday, 3 December 2007
Date:Friday, December 7, 2007
Time:5:00pm - 6:30pm
Location:HOUSE NO. 10 , STREET NO 16, F-6/3
Friday, 30 November 2007
Wednesday, 28 November 2007
Date: Tuesday, December 4, 2007 Time: 11:30am - 1:00pm Location: West Mall Rally Area
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Monday, 26 November 2007
Friday, November 30, 2007
3:00pm - 5:00pm
Sunday, 25 November 2007
Thursday, 15 November 2007
Sunday, November 18, 2007
12:00pm - 2:00pm
Pakistan High Commission
34-36 Lowndes Square
London, United Kingdom
- FREE Pakistan from Marshal Law and Musharraf's tyranny
- FREE All political prisoners ( Thousands of Judges, lawyers, students, teachers and human rights activists, etc)
- FREE Imran Khan who is in jail facing a bogus charge of State Terrorism
- FREE The media
- RESTORE The Judiciary
- RESTORE The Constitution
JOIN US- TO FREE PAKISTAN
Date: Sunday Nov 18th
Time: 12 noon
Location: Pakistan High Commission,
34-36 Lowndes Square,
London, SW1X 9JN
Mobile: 07825 433 263
(All guest speakers subject to confirmation)
Free Transport facilities to London are also avaliable
Doctors For Democracy and Justice Seminar:
Pakistan main Aeen and Jumhooriat ki Pamaali- Ek lamhae fikr
(Trampling of Constitution and Justice in Pakistan.)
Ziafat ( previous Bukhara Restaurant) 786 Coney Island Avenue Midwood NY 11230 Tel 718-287-7011
Sunday November 18th, 1 PM to 5 PM
Subway: Q train to Cortelyou; F to Ditmas
The rapidly worsening political and constitutional limbo in Pakistan is a great cause of concern for all the Pakistanis. Never before, Pakistan has seen such a blatant violation of its constitution and the political process.
In order to be better inform ourselves and the rest of the Pakistani American community, Doctors for Democracy, a Pakistani American Physicians group in collaboration with Coney Island Avenue Project, will hold a seminar in Little Pakistan, the Midwood section of Coney Island Avenue, Brooklyn NY. Speakers, experts in their respective fields, will highlight the assault on Judiciary, journalists and the political process.
Justice (Rtd) Wajih-ud-Din Ahmed, through special telephone arrangement
Ali Ahsan Esq, Attorney at Law, Son of Atizaz Ahsan
Mazhar Abbas, Secretary-General of the Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists
Dr. Manzur Ejaz, Washington based renowned Journalist
Hassan Abbas, Boston based political analyst
Rana Ramzan, Pakistani American Advocates for Civil and Human Rights (PAACHR)
The program will start at 1 PM on Sunday November 18th at Ziafat ( previous Bukhara Restaurant) 786 Coney Island Avenue Midwood NY 11230. Tel 718-287-7011. It will continue till 5 PM.
Endorsement: Pakistani American Advocates for Civil and Human Rights (PAACHR), Asian-American Network against Abuse of Human Rights (ANAA), Association of Pakistani Physicians for Democracy and Justice (APPJD), Pak-American Freedom Forum.
The seminar is endorsed by representatives of the political parties: Sarwar Chaudhry (Pakistan Peoples Party) Rana Saeed (PML-N), Taj Akbar (ANP).
Doctors for Democracy calls for immediate end of the Emergency, restoration of full democracy, supremacy of law, respect for the civil and human rights and protection and upholding of the National Sovereignty from foreign and external interference in the political spectrum.
For further information, please contact Dr. Abdul Majeed (516) 655-4134) Dr. Qazi K.Haider (516) 225-7852, Dr. Faheem Butt (516) 410-1507, Dr. Nasir Gondal (917) 860-0808 and Ahsahullah Khan Bobby of Coney Island Avenue Project (917) 440-9002
"RESTORE THE JUDGES AND DEMOCRACY IN PAKISTAN"
Asking all Pakistani and Canadian
organizations to get in touch with us to
make this protest a success.
Please come out with your families downtown and make yourself count in
the agitation to save our beloved Pakistan whose honour and integrity
is being sold off by a power mad dictator and engaged by the most
corrupt politicians in the country. We, the Pakistanis need to stand
up and count, now is the time, NOW or NEVER!
Saturday Nov 17, 2007@1:00 PM
Toronto City Hall
100 Queen Street West
North-west corner of Queen Street West and Bay Street
Toronto ON M5H 2N2
Public Transit: subway to either Queen (Yonge line) or Osgoode
(University line) and walk over to Bay St.
416-939-2843 (Mississauga) 416-996-0688 (Oakville) 416-887-8137 (Etobicoke)
416-871-2680 (North York) 416-573-3324 (Markham)
Tuesday, 13 November 2007
Friday, November 16, 2007
12:00pm - 1:30pm
On Saturday, November 3rd General Musharraf declared a "State of Emergency Plus" in Pakistan. This Teach- In will be focused on short presentations, providing historical and political background to the current crisis, followed by audience Q&A session.
- Atiya Khan, Department of History, will speak on Pakistan in the 1960s: Revolt and Counter- Revolution.
- C.M. Naim, Professor Emeritus, Department of South Asian Languages and Civilizations, will speak on the US/Pakistan relations since the 50s.
- Manan Ahmed, Department of South Asian Languages and Civilizations, will speak on the
- Baluchistan/Swat crisis behind this Martial Law.
- Aqil Shah, Department of Political Science, Columbia University will talk about the immediate and structural features of praetorianism in Pakistan and how they have shaped prospects of democratization over time.
The Past and Future Emergencies in the State of Pakistan: A Teach In at the University of Chicago
Friday, November 16, 2007 Classics 110
A Teach In on Pakistan's Crisis.
This Teach- In will be focused on short presentations, providing historical and political background to the current crisis, followed by audience Q&A session.
Participants: Atiya Khan, Department of History, will speak on Pakistan in the 1960s: Revolt and Counter- Revolution. C.M. Naim, Professor Emeritus, Department of South Asian Languages and Civilizations, will speak on the US/Pakistan relations since the 50s. Manan Ahmed, Department of South Asian Languages and Civilizations, will speak on the Baluchistan/Swat crisis behind this Martial Law. Aqil Shah, Department of Political Science, Columbia University will talk about the immediate and structural features of praetorianism in Pakistan and how they have shaped prospects of democratization over time
On Thursday, 15 November, Amnesty International will join with representatives of the legal profession and journalists to protest against the arrests and arbitrary detentions. In London, people are asked to gather at 4.30pm outside the High Commission of Pakistan, 34-36 Lowndes Square, London SW1X 9JN (see a map). A letter will be handed in at 5pm.
Supporters from the legal professions are urged to don traditional barristers'/judges' robes and wigs in order to symbolically convey the impact on justice in Pakistan.
In other countries:
Nepal -- A demonstration outside the Pakistan Embassy in Kathmandu at 3pm local time. This action is being jointly organized by Amnesty International Nepal Section with the Federation of Nepalese Journalists and other media related organizations. Several other human rights organizations are due to join the action.
Norway -- A demonstration outside the Pakistan Embassy in Oslo at 4pm local time. This action is also being organized by Amnesty International Norwegian Section with Norwegian P.E.N. and the Norwegian Bar Association.
Switzerland -- A demonstration outside the Pakistan Embassy in Bern at 1pm local time.
India -- A demonstration and rally near the Mandi House intersection, New Delhi, at 11.30, which will march towards the Indian Parliament. The International Federation of Journalist India outfit, Delhi Union of Journalists, Peoples' Union of Civil Liberties, Peoples' Union of Democratic Rights, Delhi Forum and others will join with Amnesty International India Section.
Turkey -- A demonstration outside the Embassy of Pakistan in Ankaraon. This is a joint event incorporating all leading HR organizations in Turkey (the Human Rights Joint Platform).
USA -- Demonstration in front of the State House on Beacon Street in Boston between 1and 2pm, led by the National Lawyers Guild.
Monday, 12 November 2007
On that day every student will wear black article of clothings to his/her university college or workplace in protest against the dictator n emergency.. article of clothing could be the black wrist bands hand bands black Tshirts jeans or shalwar qameez etc..
We hope that you people will move your step forward and join us to make this decision Progressfull one. We do believe that all of you are honorable students and represent the Pride of Youth of Pakistan. so, this is the chance to register your response to this black era. Join hands and Observe Black day, and pass the message to everyone.
United Students Federation
Thursday, 8 November 2007
Thursday, November 15, 2007
2:00pm - 10:00pm
Blue Area...starting from Subway upto the president house
Quaid-e -azam Avenue
Peacefel protest against the declaration of Emergency, prohibition on free media, and the gross violation of human rights by Gen.Pervez Musharraf.
END TYRANNY!! END OPPRESSION!!!
STAND UP FOR UR RIGHTS!!
Please spread the word and invite as many of ur friends as u can
Thursday, Nov 15th 2007 2 p.m onwards
What: Lawyers' march to support the rule of law in Pakistan
When: 11:30 a.m., Wednesday, November 14
Where: Meet at the James Madison Building (101 Independence Avenue SE) before walking around the Supreme Court
Attire: Black suit
If you plan to attend the march in Washington, D.C., please click here.
Thank you in advance for your support.
William H. Neukom
President, American Bar Association
and Civil Crisis"
Wednesday, November 14th 2007
Penn Humanities Forum, 3619 Locust Walk
Presented by the South Asia Center and co-sponsored by the Department
of South Asia
Studies, University of Pennsylvania
On Saturday, November 3rd General Musharraf declared a "State of
Emergency" in Pakistan. The series of events that preceded and followed this
declaration give rise to important issues, some of which will be addressed
in this discussion including the role of the media; terrorism & "war on
terror"; civil society activism; involvement of the international community;
and technology & its use in protests.
-Dr Jamal Elias, Class of 1965 Term Professor of Religious Studies & Chair
South Asian Studies Department, University of Pennsylvania
-Dr Brian Spooner, Professor of Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania
-Dr Suvir Kaul, Professor of English, Chair of English Department,
University of Pennsylvania
-Dr Robert Nichols, Associate Professor of History, Richard Stockton College
-James Caron, Graduate Student, South Asian Studies Department
-Maria Khan, Graduate Student, South Asian Studies Department
Free and open to the public
Pakistani bar, the New York City Bar Association, the New York State
Bar Association, and the New York County Lawyers' Association, in
conjunction with other organizations, invite you to attend a public
rally in front of the New York County Courthouse, 60 Centre Street on
Tuesday, November 13, from 1:00-1:30 p.m.
The crude and brutal suspension of law and the legal system in
Pakistan , and the repression of judges and lawyers there, require
that we take a moment from our own busy schedules and demonstrate our
Because the images from Pakistan show the violent repression of
Pakistani lawyers wearing their customary dark suit and white shirt,
we request that you appear on Tuesday in similar attire, though this
is not required. What is important is a strong show of support. We
hope to see you there and encourage you to distribute this as widely
as you can. Thank you.
T HE ASSOCIATION OF THE BAR OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK
42 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036-6689
BARRY M. KAMINS
Phone: (212) 382-6700
Fax: (212) 768-8116
Tuesday, November 13, 2007
7:00pm - 9:00pm
485 LASUEN MAL
On Nov. 3, Pakistani President and Chief of Army Staff Pervez Musharraf declared emergency in Pakistan and suspended the Constitution.
The Muslim Student Awareness Network along with Pakistanis at Stanford, Sanskriti, and the Stanford History Department will host a panel discussion on the emergency state in Pakistan on Tuesday, Nov. 13.
The panel will include:
Larry Diamond - Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution and expert on democracy in developing countries.
Aishwari Kumar - Assistant Professor of Modern South Asian History
Erik Jensen - Lecturer at Stanford Law School and CDDRL Faculty Member
Paul Kapur - Visiting professor at Center for International Security and Cooperation and expert on security in South Asia
Hicham ben Abdallah - Visiting Scholar at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies
The panel will offer different perspectives on the current situation and discuss the regional and international implications of the emergency state in Pakistan.
2) Protests on media curbs in front of ARY's office, Street 62, F-7/4, Islamabad at 2 pm on November 12 and 13
3) Student protest in front of McDonalds at 3 pm, November 12
4) Protest at G-9 Markaz at November 12, 4 PM
We, the citizens of Pakistan, denounce in the strongest terms General Pervez Musharraf's recent assault on the rule of law in Pakistan. By suspending the Constitution; dissolving the Supreme Court and the provincial High Courts and replacing them with judges of his own choosing; engaging in arbitrary and unprovoked arrests of thousands of opposition leaders, journalists, and other law-abiding citizens; and violently suppressing protests by hundreds of lawyers, students, journalists, political activists and civil society members. General Musharraf is trampling upon the very system of law that alone can justify a ruler's power over his people. We stand in solidarity with our constitutional, human and the democratic rights of the Pakistani nation, and we urge an early restoration of legality and legitimate authority in Pakistan.
In order to stage our protest against the Martial Law and suspension of the constitution and civil rights in Pakistan, we are holding a protest rally in front of the Pakistani Consulate in Chicago.
Date: 11th November 2007, Sunday
Time: 1:30 PM
Venue: CONSULATE OF PAKISTAN - Chancery address: 333 North Michigan Avenue, # 728, Chicago, IL 60601,U.S.A.
This date has been chosen to coincide with the second round of protests that will be held in Washington DC. Protests have already taken or are taking place at London, New York, San Francisco, Washington DC, Boston, Toronto, Houston, Glasgow, Manchester, Canberra, Melbourne, Harvard, Yale, and Amherst Universities.
Please note, this protest is now colocated with
We are holding a peaceful demonstration in front of Pakistan High Commission in London ''For Restoration of True Democracy and Judiciary ''.We also want to show solidarity with the Judiciary of Pakistan.We will greatly appreciate if you come and stand with us for this protest(You don't have to be a Pakistani to come and show solidarity with people of Pakistan and to stabilise Pakistan in order to control terrorism in a positive and more effective way)
Date :11th November,2007 Tuesday (we know it is a week day but you must have taken leave for other purposes and spent money on holidays, this is the time to do it for some thing good/our beloved country, this is the least we can do for Pakistan)
Time : 2 pm
Place: Pakistan High Commission ,London.
Arranged by : UK Doctors forum for Restoration of Democracy & Judiciary. (permission granted and facilitated by London Metropolitan Police)
Important note : We do not have a political background, this demonstration is to show concerns of the "civil society".
Aysha and Humayun
Protest demonstration by Pakistani doctors, professionals & intelligentsia
On Sunday 11th November 2007
In front of Pakistani High Commission
35-36 Lowndes Square, London SW1X 9JN
At 12.00 Noon to 3.00 PM
Darkest day in Pakistan’s history – 3rd Nov 2007
Pakistani police officers hit lawyers with batons during a rally to protest the sacking of the country's top judge. Constitution once again mutilated. Top judges of Judiciary detained, held incommunicado. Lawyers & civil society incarcerated, tortured & protests brutally suppressed, brutal smothering of media & freedom of expression. Plea to all Pakistani professionals to respond to their conscience & raise their voice
Please bring your placards, banners & Pakistani Flags (identifying yourself as British Pakistani Doctors)
For further details, contact:
Dr Safiullah Afghan, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Mob: 07855451935
Dr. Sohail Qureshi, Email : email@example.com, Mob: 07904588134
Sunday, November 11, 2007
1:00pm - 3:30pm
Pakistani Embassy at 3517 International Court N.W.
On November 3, Gen. Musharraf suspended the constitution of Pakistan, illegally deposed the
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, clamped down on the judiciary, used excessively violent
measures to supress dissident lawyers and human rights activists and blocked the nongovernment
media. These acts, potrayed as necessary against the War on Terror, have been
used almost singularly to attack the civil society.
These are not mundane political acts, but gross violations of civil liberty: we are not political
activists, we are protesting to protect institutions that protect our rights.
Location: Pakistani Embassy: 3517 International Court N.W. Washington D.C. 20008
Saturday, November 10, 2007
10:00am - 1:00pm
BOSTON PROTESTS THE EMERGENCY RULE/MARTIAL LAW IMPOSED ON PAKISTAN
THE ARREST OF HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVISTS AND LEADERS
THE ARREST OF LAWYERS AND JUDGES
THE BAN ON ELECTRONIC AND PRINT MEDIA
THE RANDOM ARREST OF STUDENTS, TEACHERS, PEERS AND ANYONE TRYING TO EXERCISE FREE SPEECH.
On November 3, Gen. Musharraf suspended the constitution of Pakistan, illegally deposed the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, clamped down on the judiciary, used excessively violent measures to supress dissident lawyers and human rights activists and blocked all non-government media. These acts potrayed as necessary against War on Terror, have been used almost singularly to attack the civil society of Pakistan and prolong Musharrafs rule in Pakistan.
These are not mundane political acts, but gross violations of civil liberty. We are protesting to protect institutions that protect our rights.
(A group of Harvard students will leave from the Harvard T Station
for the Commons at 10:45 if people would like to go together.)
Most of you already know that the Campaign Against Martial Law has organised a mass protest demonstration outside 10 Downing Street this Saturday, 10th November at 2p.m. You are all invited to join us there to express your solidarity with the thousands of lawyers and rights activists illegally detained in Pakistan over the past 5 days. Please spread the word around. This is time for collective action - we have to show our strength.
Please come with banners and posters with slogans. Be as creative as possible. All protestors are encouraged to tie a simple black band around their arms or neck or forehead as a visible symbol.
Some of us will be raising Pakistani flags on the occasion to visibly reclaim the legitimacy of who can speak on behalf of Pakistan: each one of us has equal right to determine the future of our country. Musharraf cannot decide Pakistan's fate!
Please ensure that most of your banners are in English because in order to capture the British media's attention, we need to do it in a language they understand.
So see you at number 10 Downing Street on Saturday!
Saturday, November 10, 2007
1:00pm - 4:00pm
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place.
San Francisco, CA
Pakistanis from all walks of life are taking part in this protest rally in front of the City Hall building in San Francisco.
All political parties of Pakistan are taking part in this rally. Their supporters, organizers and leaders are leading this joint effort.
Please do come join us to protest against Martial Law in Pakistan
Saturday, November 10, 2007
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Pakistan has suffered enough already and now even our basic freedoms are being taken away. Media freedoms have been taken away, Judges have been sacked and Lawyers and opposition leaders are being arrested. All this under the banner of an emergency, to ensure one man's rule over Pakistan.
We need to protest against these travesties and raise our voices to take back our freedom.
So we gather one and all at Queen's Park in downtown Toronto on Saturday Nov' 10th, 2007. We will walk from Queens Park to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Canada - from 2-4pm. People are requested to gather at 1:00pm.
Likely speakers at the event:-
Hamid Khan (SAPF)
Representatives from PPP, PML(N), PTI
Saim Sohaib Siddiqui
The event will be covered by the media and our voices will be heard.
Be there to make a difference!
Saturday, November 10, 2007
2:00pm - 10:00pm
Not sure yet, will update asap
Give us our country, constitution and judges back!!
For all those who object to the imposition of the emergency and the martial law,
For all those who object to the PCO on grounds of unconstitutionality,
For all those who decry the sacking of the Chief Justice and other judges who upheld the values of the constitution and the sanctity of the Supreme Court,
For all those who want the media channels to be restored,
For all those who want Musharraf to just bloody leave now,
Come and make yourselves heard. It's about all you can do right now.
This is short notice, so spread the word to whoever you can.
Friday, November 9, 2007
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Students Union to Consulate General of Pakistan, Pakistan House
137 Dickenson Road
The Pakistani Student Association is calling a protest on
9th November 2007 @ 2pm outside the:
Every one is asked to gather at the Union before 2:30 pm
The march will kick-off from infront of the Students Union at 2:30 and it will end at the;
Consulate General of Pakistan
137 Dickenson Road, Rusholme
Manchester M14 5JB
This protest is backed by the students union, and we have recieved permission from the local government. Every one is asked to join this protest as there is a critical situation of human rights in Pakistan.
Friday, November 9, 2007
4:30pm - 5:30pm
Pakistan Consulate, Norfolk St (Habib bank building next to Bridge St underground)
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Pro-democracy, against Musharraf's crackdown
Come and show your solidarity with the protestors in Pakistan
Date: 9 November 2007
Venue: U8, Tower 1
London School of Economics
On the 3rd of November the President of Pakistan, Gen. Pervez Musharraf acting as army chief declared a state of emergency in Pakistan, suspended the constitution, replaced the chief judge of the Supreme Court and blacked out independent TV outlets.
In his proclamation of emergency, the general blamed growing violence by militants and a judiciary which he said was working at “cross purposes” with his government and the legislature for his most drastic action since he seized power in an October 12, 1999 coup. Police has so far arrested a number of political activists and lawyers across Pakistan. Among those detained are Aitzaz Ahsan, President of the Supreme Court Bar Association, and Asma Jehangir, chairman of the independent Human Rights Commission of Pakistan.
Dr Margot E Salomon
Dr. Margot Saloman is a Lecturer at the Centre for the Study of Human Rights and Department of Law. She serves as Legal Advisor to the United Nations High-Level Task Force on the Right to Development and has recently been appointed to the Committee on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples of the International Law Association. Prior to joining the LSE in 2004 she represented the NGO Minority Rights Group International to the UN and the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights.
Aamir Ghauri is the Head of News & Current Affairs of GEO Television for UK & Europe. Aamir has also worked for PTV-Prime, BBC Asian Network, ARY Digital and The News International. His areas of interests are history and international politics of modern South Asia and Near & Middle East.
Hina Jilani is a well-known lawyer and human rights activist in Pakistan. She is the United Nations Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Human Rights Defenders. Recently, she was also appointed to the UN International Fact- Finding Commission on Darfur. She is also one of the founders of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan.
Ziauddin Sardar, writer, broadcaster and cultural critic, is a visiting Professor of Postcolonial Studies, Department of Arts Policy and Management at City University, London. He often writes for the The Observer and New Statesman. Mr. Sardar has also published over 40 books , including the international bestseller Why Do People Hate America? (2002).
Please note that event is free and open to general public and entry is on a first come first basis.
of Pakistan Students and Alumni (UK) will be holding a
protest in front of the Pakistani High Commission in
The imposition of this emergency is aimed against
democratic rights, the rule of law, and civil
liberties in Pakistan. Since the last year it is clear
that the lawyers movement, together with the media, is
the main force that is playing the role of a
democratic opposition to military rule.
The arrest of the Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry and
Supreme Court Bar Council President Aitizaz Ahsen, the
black out of media coverage inside Pakistan, the
storming of the Supreme Court, the abrogation of the
1973 constitution and all related measures demonstrate
without a shadow of a doubt that this state of
emergency is aimed against this democratic opposition.
We hail the Supreme Court for denouncing the
imposition of this state of emergency as legally null
as a great act in defense of the civil liberties of
all Pakistani citizens. We call on all democratic
forces to organize boldly against this state of
We hope that you will come and join us.
Date: Monday 5th November
Time: 2 pm sharp
Venue: Pakistan High Commission 35-36 Lowndes Sq,
London, SW1X 9JN
The situation in Pakistan is really bad, The hrcp building has been surrounded by police and peaceful protesters including some of our faculty members are about to be arrested. In islamabad and elsewhere the top judiciary of the country remains under house arrest and similar arrests are being made. The press has been completely muffled.
We are trying to organize a protest outside the embassy of Pakistan in New York City to express our strong disapproval of the situation in Pakistan around 2pm.
Please spread the word around to as any people and organizations as you can. Also we want to get as much press coverage as possible, so if anyone knows of anyone who can help us in in matter please contact at 917-476-6267.
Monday, November 5, 2007
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Pakistani embassy, New York
12 East, 65th Street New York NY- 10021
New York, NY
Wednesday, 7 November 2007
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