UPDATE: 09/30/2014: I have launched a new Report providing in-dept information about the Coalition Against Genocide. Titled, “Coalition Against Genocide and the Politics of Deception”, the report can be found at www.ahouseofcards.net and provides exhaustive details about the ideological, political and religious background of all the organizations, groups and individuals that make up the coalition. It also provides details on how the coalition is deceiving regulators, media and the general public by hyping up the number of constituents and falsifying information about its members as well as its activities.
Coalition Against Genocide (CAG) was the brainchild of IAMC in the aftermath of the 2002 Gujarat riots. This group is yet another example of the close coordination between Communists/Islamists/Christian organizations to lobby government officials such as the US State Department to intervene in matters related to India. The coalition was successful in lobbying against the granting of visa to the Chief Minister of the State of Gujarat in India, Narendra Modi. Though the role of Mr. Modi’s involvement in the 2002 Gujarat riots has never been established and he has in fact been cleared from such charges by various independent investigations, the coalition members had already implicated Modi right at the onset of the riots. The US State Department buckled under intense lobbying by IAMC and the coalition members and rejected Modi’s visa.
According to the website, the “Coalition Against Genocide includes a spectrum of organizations and individuals in the United States and Canada that have come together in response to the Gujarat genocide to demand accountability and justice.” However, the ideological leanings and anti-Hindu/anti-India bias of this coalition become clear when one peruses the list of member organizations. The list of organizations, among others, includes: “Alliance of South Asians Taking Action (ASATA), Association of Indian Muslims of America (AIM), Campaign to Stop Funding Hate (CSFH), Coalition against Communalism (CAC), Ekta, Federation of Indian American Christian Organizations of North America (FIACONA), Forum of Inquilabi (sic) Leftists (FOIL), Friends Of South Asia (FOSA), Indian Muslim Council-USA (IMC-USA), International South Asia Forum (INSAF), NRI’s for Secular and Harmonious India (NRI-SAHI), Organizing Youth (OY), Policy Institute For Religion And State (PIFRAS), South Asian Magazine for Action and Reflection (SAMAR) [the sister publication of FOIL’s Ghadar], South Asian Progressive Action Collective (SAPAC), Youth Solidarity Summer (YSS), Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), Tikkun’. Chapter III has already demonstrated that while many of these organizations pose as separate entities, they are, in reality, part of FOIL. Thus, FOIL and IAMC list these organizations in an attempt to overstate the number of coalition members. Furthermore, why are magazines such as SAMAR listed as organizations?
In addition, the website contains a “Preview” to the movie Final Solution, by Rakesh Sharma, who was discussed in Chapter IV. Furthermore, the site provides links to Teesta Setalvad’s Sabrang (which was discussed in Chapter IV, part (f)) as well as a PDF entitled Concerned Citizens Tribunal – Gujarat 2002 An inquiry into the carnage in Gujarat published by Citizens for Justice and Peace, also associated with Teesta Setalvad.
Furthermore, a Whois.Net search of the domain name shows that the registered address is in Ellicott City, MD. Interestingly Kaleem Kawaja’s Association of Indian Muslims in America is also located in Ellicott City, MD?
 “Cease and DESIst: An Experiment in (re)claiming a Revolutionary Anti-Imperialist Space in South Asian America”, Ghadar, a publication of the forum of inqualabi leftists, Vol. 9, November 2005, http://ghadar.insaf.net/November2005/MainPages/desiST.htm, accessed July 26, 2011
 http://www.coalitionagainstgenocide.org/gujarat2002/modi.hate.speech.pdf, accessed July 26, 2011
 http://www.whois.net/whois/coalitionagainstgenocide.org, accessed July 26, 2011
 See the listing on http://www.manta.com/c/mm2p3yg/association-of-indian-muslims-of-america, accessed July 26, 2011