Our Voice at the United Nations April 18-21

Posted on April 10, 2016 Updated on April 11, 2016

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“Go ye forth, whether equipped lightly or heavily, and strive and struggle, with your goods and your persons, in the Cause of Allah. That is best for you, if ye but knew.” Al-Qur’an, 9:41

“The goal was to draft a drug policy and criminal justice reform statement that draws on and reflects the compassionate and ethical standards of the Qur’an and the Life Example of Prophet Muhammed (S)”—CWSC Global Drug Policy Team Mandate

CWSC at U.N. Global Drug Policy Special Assembly Session

“We were presented with a powerful opportunity to influence national and international drug policy and the thinking of those who allocate funding, resources and design the strategy for the war on drugs—a war by the way fought predominately on the streets and in the neighborhoods of many of the constituent institutions, individuals and families we serve. We were able to spring quickly into action based on the availability of talented resources in the MCNRD. Believers with experience, interest, or certification in substance abuse, community outreach services, criminal justice and ex-offender re-entry programs convened across the country and now our group intellect voice is at the table of international dialogue.”—Dr. Aisha Kareem, AM360 CEO & CWSC U.N. Delegation Lead

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Martha Nailah Williams 19-04-2016, 01:28

Audhu billahi minashaytawn nir rajim……….
Bismi illahir Ar Rahmaanir Ar Rahim……..

and the story goes like this..Once upon atime, unlikely meetings, of the most concerted minds, were held across the nation, utilizing unseen angelic communication forces. ‘ the phone ‘. Imagine, and you can, because its a tool permitted to be used by The Creator, years ago preparation was being made for this time, these days and many more.
We, the people, endowed with such in or unalienable rights, do dedicate our life to the muslim state of being and the mu’min state of consciousness, to care for the sick, the poor and down trodden, the forgotten, the weak and feeble, and to collaborate with all right minded ones to intelligently and fairly support the common welfare agenda and the distribution of powers when concerning the provisions of services to all of humanity.
Thanks for listening and /or reading,

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