Long Island, New York,
The Pakistani American Society of New York’s-PASNY held an anti-hate crime dialogue at a local hotel on Long Island. This dialogue brings together the Muslim, American, Jewish and Christian communities.
Participants strongly condemned the ongoing hate crimes against Muslims across the US and called on authorities to end hate crimes as soon as possible.
Phil Ramos, the special guest of the ceremony, told the participants that people of all faiths have the right to live in complete freedom. Phil Ramos is the first Member of Parliament to speak out on behalf of the Palestinians.
On this occasion, Ashraf Azmi, a well-known social figure of the Pakistani community, said that our community is facing hate crime due to some evil elements. We strongly condemn these crimes.
US officials and other community figures involved in the dialogue said that there is no place for hate crime in the US. Hate crimes against Muslims and minorities must stop.
At the end of the program, the PASNY thanked all participants for their participation.