The Clarion Project: Political Islam is now in Southern Mexico and Latin America

The Clarion Project: Political Islam is now in Southern Mexico and Latin America

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The Clarion Project (formerly Clarion Fund Inc.) is a Washington, D.C.-based non-profit organization founded in 2006.[1][2] The organization has been involved in the production and distribution of the films Obsession: Radical Islam’s War Against the West, The Third Jihad, Iranium and Honor Diaries

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About from the Clarion Project Website:

There are times that require people to step out of their comfort zone, to step up for justice, tolerance and moderation. We know going in that the repercussions of taking action will draw a rain of accusations and attacks from the forces we are confronting. 

We do it anyway. We do it because it must be done.

Founded in 2006, Clarion Project (formerly Clarion Fund Inc) is an independently funded, non-profit organization dedicated to exposing the dangers of Islamist extremism while providing a platform for the voices of moderation and promoting grassroots activism.

Clarion’s award-winning movies have been seen by over 50 million people. They grapple with issues such as religious persecution, human rights, women’s rights, the dangers of a nuclear Iran and what the concept of jihad means for the West. Our dynamic website, viewed by 2.6 million unique visitors in 2015, covers breaking news, provides expert analysis on relevant issues and acts as a platform for Muslim human rights activists.

Clarion Project draws together Middle East experts, scholars, human rights activists and Muslims to promote tolerance and moderation and challenge extremism.

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