Please join The National Day of Action to Exonerate & Free Imam Jamil Al-Amin (formerly known as H.Rap Brown) on Friday September 16th, 2016 hosted by the OICC (Oakland Islamic Community Center in association with IJAN (Imam Jamil Action Network).
We will begin with Jummah Prayer at 1:30pm at Lil Bobby Hutton Park (Defremery) in West Oakland. Immediately following Jummah there will be a Rally for Imam Jamil Al-Amin at 2pm with speakers and community outreach.
The night program is from 7-9pm at the OICC (7901 Oakport st. Suite 4400 Oakland CA 94601) and will be a work meeting in which the people can get actively involved with the freedom campaign for Imam Jamil Al-Amin which is being organized by IJAN (Imam Jamil Action Network) Check out www.imamjamilactionnetwork.weebly.com for more information on IJAN.
For any questions, comments or concerns about the Oakland events for Imam Jamil plz contact: email@example.com or call 510-633-4798, 510-282-2587 or 415-272-9924 The Imam welcomes your letters of support and encouragement.
You may send your Greeting Cards and Letters to The Imam at: IMAM JAMIL ABDULLAH AL-AMIN 99974-555 USP TUCSON U.S. PENITENTIARY P.O. BOX 24550 TUCSON, AZ. 85734-4410 FOR MORE INFO CALL 678-499-8351
The Imam Jamil Action Network (IJAN) is reaching out to individuals and organizations of conscience, those committed to justice and truth, to join us on Sept. 16th, 2016, for A National Day of Action and Support for Imam Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin (the former H. Rap Brown).
The National Day of Action will comprise a series of nationwide initiatives designed to educate some, and re-acquaint others, on who Imam Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin is, where he is, how he got where he is.
We invite all who possess a passion for human rights and human dignity to join in the September 16th effort by conducting actions of their own choosing and capacity (within their own localities) for this well-known and respected political prisoner.
For the past 16 years Imam Jamil has been a political prisoner -- unjustly imprisoned, for deeply held convictions going all the way back to his days as H. Rap Brown.
It was learned through the discovery process, leading up to and during what masqueraded as a trial, that government scrutiny of Imam Jamil (via undercover informants and provocateurs) increased following his embrace of Islam – despite the laudatory work done by Imam Jamil and his community in cleaning up the West End of Atlanta (where his faith community, Al Ummah, was based). Our ultimate goal is to generate the required pressure to exonerate and free Imam Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin insha'Allah! www.imamjamilactionnetwork.org