HAMSA (Hands Across the Mideast Support Alliance)

1770 Massachusetts Ave.
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02140
United States
Millions of people across the Mideast are denied basic rights. With new pockets of activism bubbling across the region, it is time for Americans of conscience to join with Middle East reformers and amplify the call for civil rights.

The Hands Across the Mideast Support Alliance (HAMSA) is founded in the belief that Americans from across the spectrum must unite to demand guaranteed civil rights for all in the Mideast. Americans can leverage an abundance of liberty to hold Mideast leaders accountable and assist indigenous reformers. HAMSA is non-sectarian and appeals to all people of conscience. Inspired by the American civil rights movement, we are committed to non-violence.

HAMSA is a collaborative initiative between two organizations that bridge America and the Middle East: The Tharwa Project, a minority and civil rights group based in Syria, embodies indigenous efforts to advance a regional movement. The American Islamic Congress represents American Muslims who stand for individual rights across the Muslim world.

This is a non-campus group.
Geographical Scope: International
Added on 12-07-2005
Updated on 12-11-2005


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