Jamaat al-Muslimeen International Press Release

(Latest Issue of New Trend)
Studies on Imam Jamil al-Amin and Other Prisoners

The latest issue of New Trend (20:5) is being distributed in 20 cities. It has wide ranging coverage on America's political prisoners:

1. Cointelpro's re-emergence and the arrest of Imam Jamil al-Amin.
2. Imam Jamil and the Media.
3. Million Signatures Campaign to Shield Imam Jamil.
4. Ahmad Ajaj (World Trade Center Convictee) appeals to Supreme Court.
5. Committee to Free Shaikh Omar 'Abdel Rahman.
6. Message from Jordanian opposition leader Laith Shubeilat in support of Shaikh Omar 'Abdel Rahman.
7. American prisoners form Islamic Prison Party. Article by Nabyl Musaaleh.

Also articles on Chechnya, Iraq, Women's rights etc.
Plus thought provoker from Dr. Bagasra: How did America 'capture' the Muslim world? (from a survey of Muslim elites)

WHY SHOULD YOU HELP TO DISTRIBUTE NEW TREND? This is a strictly not-for-profit effort. The editors have full time jobs and offer New Trend as their contribution to the Islamic struggle. There is no secretariat of any kind. None of the writers or editors or proofreaders are paid in any way. IT IS ALL fi sabeel Allah.

Our supporters distribute many of copies of every issue. But this issue with articles on Imam Jamil al-Amin and the struggle in America's prisons deserves to reach more people. There are 1000 mosques in America and frankly we don't have the money to reach their audiences.

Readers are urged to get free copies of New Trend for distribution. All we need is postage and we will send them to you: $3.20 for 23 copies, $5 for 50 copies, $6.50 for 100 copies.
Caution: If you want to give out New Trends, give them out by hand. If you leave them somewhere, persons serving the power structure are known to throw them away. This is not just another magazine. ******************************************************************************
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New Trend is the voice of the oppressed masses, the downtrodden and exploited men, women and children. It's not a business. Published on poor quality material, it is read by people at the cutting edge of the struggle.

2000-04-27 Thu 09:12ct