Tuesday 23rd January 7.00pm
The Forum
(downstairs in The Auditorium),
Millennium Plain, Norwich

When the war on terror was launched in October 2001, those who opposed it predicted not just a devastating series of wars but a crackdown on civil liberties and a rise in racism against Muslims.

Pro-war media and politicians told us these wars would root out terrorism, encourage democracy and protect human rights. Well exactly the reverse has happened.

It is imperative to bring the discussion on rising Islamophobia in Britain and Europe and its underlying causes to the forefront. The context of the War on Terror is being ignored by mainstream media reports.

Join this meeting to discuss how we should respond.

Maz Saleem
Outreach Director, Cage
The daughter of 82-year-old Mohammed Saleem, who was murdered in Birmingham, on the very road where he had lived for over 30 years, because he was a Muslim.

Moazzam Begg
Anti-war & Anti-racism Campaigner
Born 1968 in Sparkhill, Birmingham is a British Pakistani who was held in extrajudicial detention by the US government in the Bagram Theater Internment Facility and their Guantanamo Bay detainment camp, in Cuba, for nearly three years, but never charged.

Chris Nineham
Vice Chair, Stop the War Coalition
Vice Chair & a founder member of Stop the War speaking regularly around the country on its behalf. He is author of The People Versus Tony Blair

This Public Meeting is organised by Norwich Stop the War Coalition and sponsored by Stand up to Racism and Cage,an independent advocacy organisation working to empower communities impacted by the War on Terror.

For more info:

Frank: 01493 664499
Nick: 07717 504210

Tuesday 23rd January 7.00pm
The Forum (downstairs in The Auditorium),
Millennium Plain, Norwich