Religious humanists are people who believe that people of faith have unique ethical and moral responsibilities to each other.

They are also often known for advocating for the rights of the LGBT community, as well as against violence against women.

A group of religious humanists founded by a Pakistani American woman and a Canadian Christian activist called the Awan Religious Humanism (ARH) in 2016 has taken a similar approach.

The group says it’s dedicated to promoting religious humanism in the United States and abroad.

In a blog post, the group’s founder, Ayesha Rasheed, explained that the Awans mission is to promote a “religion of peace” that values the dignity and worth of all people, regardless of their gender identity.

The Awan group is working to build a network of religious people and organizations, and to encourage interfaith dialogue, according to the blog post.

Rasheed wrote that the group is dedicated to “promoting religious humanist values and ethics and fighting injustice against marginalized groups.”

The group’s mission statement also calls on religious humanistic groups to work in partnership with other religious humanisms and communities, such as non-denominational congregations and secular humanist groups, in the fight against racism, anti-Semitism, misogyny, homophobia, transphobia, and other forms of oppression.

“We will always strive to create a society where the rights and dignity of all human beings are protected and protected at the same time,” the group said.

Ayesma Rasheed is the co-founder of the Awaan Religious Life, a group of Muslim religious humanisists in the U.S. and Canada.

(Facebook) The group recently launched a project called The Awakening that will explore the role of religious leaders and other religious leaders in the LGBTQ community and other marginalized communities.

The project aims to “celebrate and celebrate the diversity of people in our community,” according to Rasheed.

She said the project aims “to celebrate the diverse religious identities and religious faiths of our country, our country’s Muslim and Christian communities, and all of our diverse religious communities, as it is our right and our responsibility to provide justice for the marginalized and marginalized communities.”

The project is based in Boston, Massachusetts, and has a team of 10 people working to gather data about LGBTQ people in the city.

The mission statement says the project will include an analysis of LGBTQ people’s experiences with police and with the criminal justice system.

In 2017, Rasheed led a meeting in Boston to discuss LGBTQ rights and human rights in the Boston area, which she said included a number of prominent LGBTQ leaders, including the mayor of Boston, and former U.K. Justice Minister Michael Gove.

Rashe said the group was also working to create an educational program called Ayesya Rasheed: The Awakening, which will highlight “the LGBTQ community’s stories and the ways they can be brought to the forefront and their power in the struggle for equality.”

The Awans website includes a page on how to contact the group for information on LGBTQ issues.

The website also offers a list of religious figures and individuals, including religious humanistas and Muslim leaders.

Rashen said the Awas mission statement makes it clear that it’s not about being a religious human, but about fighting for human rights for all people.

“The goal is to give our fellow humanists a platform for sharing our values and beliefs, to spread our messages and to work for a more humane and just society,” she said.

The organization has also been active in other political campaigns, like its election campaigns and its anti-hate group campaign.

The American Humanist Association also supports the group.

“Ayesha and the Awamens efforts are a powerful example of how religious human rights can be applied to political issues, particularly when the issues are the most important to religious human beings and to their communities,” said Sarah Smith, the AHA’s national director of public affairs.

“Their work, which includes an education program on LGBTQ rights, demonstrates that the Aaysha Religious Humanists are committed to protecting and protecting our human rights and rights of religious communities from discrimination.”