“humanity is but one community”
In pursuit of her vision that “humanity is but one community”, Raheel is passionate about the causes of women’s rights (especially in third world countries), extremism and radicalization. She has presented her thoughts at:
The United Nations
The US Congress
The Swedish Parliament
Canadian Parliament and Senate
The UK Parliament
Various Ivy League Universities
Places of Worship
"Their Jihad, Not My Jihad"
Raheel Raza is President of The Council for Muslims Facing Tomorrow, author of the book "Their Jihad, Not My Jihad," award winning journalist, public speaker, activist for human rights, gender equality and dignity in diversity.
Activist for human rights
Raheel is a Canadian citizen and believes in the values of free speech, democracy, gender equality and pluralism. Raheel was born in Pakistan and migrated to Canada in 1988. Her journey has led to publications in major newspapers in Canada and appearances on International media outlets like CNN, BBC, Fox News and CBC.