Universal Heritage Foundation (UHF)

organization

Overview

  • Florida-based nonprofit corporation whose stated mission is “to serve God Almighty and His creation by promoting equality, justice, and a peaceful coexistence through education, community service, and outreach”
  • In 2003, held a conference inviting militant Islamists as guest speakers

A subsidiary of the Islamic Circle of North America and the Muslim American Society, the Universal Heritage Foundation (UHF) was founded on September 10, 2003 as a non-profit corporation based in Kissimmee, Florida. Located on a 31-acre campus 15 miles from Disney World, UHF’s mission is “to serve God Almighty and His creation by promoting equality, justice, and a peaceful coexistence through education, community service, and outreach programs; [and] to promote a greater understanding and respect for, and among, people of all faiths, colors, and gender.” UHF further professes its devotion to helping create “a society where we appreciate our diversity and common heritage, while moving forward as one humanity with respect and love for all of God’s creation.”

On December 19-21, 2003, UHF held its inaugural conference, titled “Islam For Humanity.” Prominent among its list of guest speakers were militant Islamists with strong anti-American, anti-Israel value systems. These included:

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