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

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

Why Israel’s peace deals with the UAE and Bahrain are great news for Muslims

No, Erin O’Toole doesn’t owe Muslims an apology

“Matchmaker, matchmaker, make me a match”

I seem to have inherited my mother’s matchmaking talent by default.

MY BLOG

PREVENTING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

Few weeks ago, there was a horrific barbaric attack on a woman in Pakistan. The woman was driving from the city of Lahore to Gujranwala with her children when the incident took place. Her car ran out of fuel on a deserted highway and she called for help. While she was waiting, two men allegedly […]

Meeting Peter Thiel

In March 2016, I was surprised and honored to be invited by Peter Thiel to speak to his staff over lunch.

REFLECTIONS IN THE TIME OF CORONA (8)….THE FAN CLUB

Senor OCD is being promoted to Senior OCD tomorrow (it’s his 65th birthday) and I want to try and be nice to him. To be fair, he needs to be vindicated from all the gossip against him. I mean, if not now when he’s ageing (not so gracefully), then when? He has decided that he […]