Bengal Project
FACT is working with HRCBM, a United Nations supported human rights body, to highlight the plight of Hindus and other minorities in the Islamic state of Bangladesh. As part of the initiative, a traveling exhibit has been commissioned to educate lawmakers, advocacies, aid agencies and the public.  The exhibition was inaugurated at the US Capitol in Washington DC ON July 30-31, 2007.

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Asru Exhibit Asru Exhibit
Kashmir Project
In cooperation with Indo-American Kashmir Forum, FACT has been running a awareness campaign highlighting the effects of terrorism on the Hindus of Kashmir, known as the Pandits, who underwent a near genocide since 1989, due to violence from Jihadi terrorism. The violence has led to the exodus of nearly 400,000 Kashmiri Hindus and the death of over 50,000 innocent civilians, which continues to this day. The exhibit, was inaugurated at the US Capitol in July 2005, has traveled internationally, including to India, Israel, Germany, Poland, United Kingdom and different cities United States.
Kashmir Exhibit Kashmir Exhibit

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