MY WORK

50

CITIES

25

AWARDS

100

UNIVERSITIES

4

BOOKS

AWARDS

  • Medal of Courage by Simon Wiesenthal Centre, 2018
  • Senate of Canada 150 medal, 2018
  • The Urban Hero award, 2017
  • Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medal, 2012
  • City of Toronto’s Constance Hamilton award, 2000

RAHEEL IN THE MEDIA

AREAS OF FOCUS

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Human Rights & Combating Racism/Bigotry

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Women's Empowerment

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Challenging Radicalization

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Fighting Antisemitism

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“Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.” – United Nations, Universal Declaration of Human Rights

HIGHLIGHTS

Empowered Woman Summit – Raheel Raza

Foreign Funding of Universities

Fighting Extremism
Courtesy Clarion Project

Honor Diaries

By The Numbers – The Untold Story of Muslim Opinions & Demographics
Courtesy Clarion Project

Raheel Raza : Real Time With Bill Maher

Raheel Raza on BBC HARDtalk

The Mark Steyn Show with Raheel Raza

“Non-violent extremism is essentially the increase of intolerant and bigoted demands made by groups seeking to dominate society.”- Maajid Nawaz

RECENT MEDIA

Muslim group fights anti-Semitism

Battle against anti-Semitism has barely begun

I got Cancelled for Being an Anti-Islamist Muslim

Some years ago, I was contacted by a journalist from BBC as she was looking for a Muslim woman to comment on an Islamic issue dealing with women in Indonesia.

MY BLOG

REFLECTIONS IN THE TIME OF CORONA….10. THE SECOND WAVE!

There was a long silence on my part as I was busy working on publication of my new book. (https://www.theabcsofislamism.com/) Due to this people thought I had done away with OCD. Seriously? So, I’m compelled to write a new blog to prove OCD is alive and well (well almost) This second wave is more challenging […]

REFLECTIONS IN THE TIME OF CORONA…9

(Renovations in the time of Corona..) Yup its me again. I tried to be kind and stay away from ratting on Senor OCD since his birthday but you know there’s only so much one can take. So, I have to tell you the new Senor OCD story. Now a combination of being OCD and a […]

DEATH OF A YOUNG ACTIVIST

The untimely death of Karima Baloch is shocking and deeply disturbing. She could have been my daughter for so many reasons: her age; she was only 37. She had been a student of psychology like me and her activism to fight for the human rights of Baloch students totally resonates with me. Karima had been […]