Serving the Muslim community of Hawaii for over 50 years.
We are writing to remind you that the Solidarity March for Palestine is this Sunday, January 28 beginning at 12PM from the Waikiki entrance of Ala Moana Beach Park, along the intersection of Ala Moana Boulevard and Atkinson Drive, to Kapiolani Park (route below).
Please arrive no later than 11AM. The program will continue after the march at the Kapiolani Park Bandstand with the above schedule. A shuttle service will begin at 5PM to return march participants back to their parked cars at Ala Moana Beach Park.
We encourage you to wear your "Ku Kia'i Palestina" (Defenders of Palestine)T-shirts along with us during the march. For those of you who wish to purchase one for $20, please use the PayPal link on our website and we will give you your shirt on Sunday. 100% of the proceeds will go to humanitarian relief in Palestine.
Please invite your friends, neighbors, and colleagues. We cannot stress enough the importance of showing out in large numbers to put pressure on our lawmakers to put forward legislation calling for an immediate cease-fire and ease of humanitarian aid into Palestine.
Aditionally, please be mindful to stay with the group and not to engage in any way with any counter protestors. We look forward to marching alongside you in what promises to be the largest Palestine soldarity event in the history of Hawai'i.
MAH Executive Committee
We hope this message finds you in the best of health and strongest of iman. We are reaching out to invite you to join a solidarity march for peace in Palestine, where we will stand alongside a dozen local organizations with the shared goal of advocating for a cease-fire and allowing unrestricted humanitarian aid into Gaza.
Date: Sunday, January 28
Gathering Time: 11:00 AM
Location: Waikiki entrance of Ala Moana Beach Park (Intersection of Ala Moana Boulevard and Atkinson Drive)
March Start Time: 12:00 PM
March Route: Along Ala Moana Boulevard and Kalakaua Avenue, concluding at the entrance of Kapiolani Park
The march is estimated to last approximately an hour and a half. Upon reaching the Kapiolani Park Bandstand, the program will continue with inspiring speakers, artistic performances, delicious food vendors, and more as part of a family-friendly event.
This event is a unique opportunity for us to stand together and demonstrate unified support for our oppressed brothers and sisters in Palestine. We urge you to invite your friends, neighbors, and colleagues to join us. We believe the power of our collective voices will be louder than individual ones, and your presence will contribute to the strength of this message.
We sincerely hope to see you there, standing in unity for a cause that transcends borders and embodies the principles of compassion and justice.
MAH Executive Committee
The Muslim Association of Hawaii provides a safe, comfortable environment for its members and visitors to come together in the remembrance of Allah (SWT) through prayer, worship, and education. MAH is dedicated to promoting tolerance, mutual understanding, social justice, and civic responsibility to help nurture and establish Islam as a living reality in the lives of Muslims in Hawaii, making positive contributions to our State and the world around us.
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