1. Ahmet Davutoğlu, Former Foreign Minister and Prime Minister, Türkiye;

  2. Richard Falk, UN Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights in the Palestinian Territories Occupied since 1967 (2008-2014), Professor of International Law Emeritus, Princeton University;

  3. Dr. Moncef Marzouki, Former President of Tunisia;

  4. Mahathir Mohamed, Former Prime Minister of Malaysia;

  5. Georges Abi-Saab, Professor Emeritus, Graduate Institute Geneva and Cairo University, Former UN Advisor to the Secretary Generals of the UN; Former Judge of the International Court of Justice, Egypt;

  6. Mairead Maguire, Nobel Peace Laureate (1976), Member of Russell Tribunal, Northern Ireland;

  7. Amr Moussa, Former Secretary General of the Arab Leauge, Former Foreign Minister, Member of the UN’s High Level Panel on Threats, Challenges and Change for International Peace and Security, Egypt;

  8. M. Javad Zarif, Professor, University of Tehran, Former Foreign Minister, Iran;

  9. Hamid Albar, Former Foreign Minister, First Chancellor of the Asia e University, Malaysia;

  10. Brigette Mabandla, Former Minister of Justice and anti-Apartheid Activist, South Africa;

  11. Judith Butler, Professor, University of California at Berkeley; Feminist Studies, USA;

  12. Kamal Hossein, Former Foreign Minister, Bangladesh;

  13. Paulo Sergia, Professor of Political Science (USP) and Former Minister of Human Rights, Brazil;

  14. Chris Hedges, Pulitzer-prize Winning Reporter and Former Middle East Bureau Chief for The New York Times, USA;

  15. Tu Weiming, Member of UN Group of Eminent Persons for the Dialogue Among Civilizations, Professor Emeritus, Harvard University, USA; Founding Director of the Institute for Advanced Humanistic Studies, Peking University, China;

  16. John Esposito, Professor of International Relations and the Founding Director of the Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding, Georgetown University; Member of High Level Group of the UN Alliance of Civilizations, USA;

  17. Arundhati Roy, Author of God of Small Things, Human Rights Activist, India;

  18. Susan Abulhawa, Palestinian Novelist, Author of Mornings in Jenin, USA;

  19. Hans von Sponeck, Former UN Assistant Secretary-General, Faculty Member at Conflict Research Center, University of Marburg, Germany;

  20. Angela Davis, Berkeley, USA;

  21. Hilal Elver, Professor of International Law, UN Special Rapporteur on Right to Food (2014-2020), Türkiye;

  22. Abdullah Ahsan, Professor of History International Islamic University Malaysia and Istanbul Şehir University, USA;

  23. Phyllis Bennis, Journalist, Author and Social Activist, Institute of Policy Studies, USA;

  24. Noura Erakat, Activist and Professor, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, Co-founder of Jadalliyah, USA;  

  25. Jomo Kwame Sundaram, Former UN Assistant Secretary-General for Economic Development; Deputy Director UN FAO, Malaysia;

  26. Victoria Brittain, Former Foreign Editor of the Guardian, worked closely with anti-Apartheid Movement, Founder of the annual Palestine Festival of Literature, UK;

  27. Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak FBA, Professor, Columbia University, received Kyoto Prize in Arts and Philosophy 2012, India;

  28. Ali Bardakoğlu, Professor of Theology, Former President of Directorate of Religious Affairs, Türkiye;

  29. Mustafa Ceric, Grand Mufti Emeritus of Bosnia, President of the World Bosniak Congress, co-recipient UNESCO Felix Houphouet-Bougny Peace Prize, Bosnia and Herzegovina;

  30. Maung Zarni, Human Rights Activist, Member of the Board of Advisors of Genocide Watch, Co-founder of Free Burma Coalition, Free Rohingya Coalition and Forces of Renewal Southeast Asia, Myanmar;

  31. Joseph Camilleri, Emeritus Professor, La Trobe University, Co-Convener of SHAPE Melbourne, Australia;

  32. Mahmood Mamdani, Herbert Lehman Professor of Government Columbia University, Chancellor of Kampala University, Uganda;

  33. Dayan Jayatilleka, Former Ambassador to UN (Geneva), France; Journalist, Sri Lanka;

  34. Elisabeth Weber, Professor of German Literature and Philosopy, University of California at Santa Barbara, Germany/USA;

  35. Marjorie Cohn, Dean of the Peoples Academy of International Law, Professor Emerita, Thomas Jefferson School of Law, USA;

  36. Jan Oberg, Chairman of the Transnational Foundation for Peace and Future Research, Sweden;

  37. Ramzy Baroud, Author, Academic, Editor of The Palestine Chronicle, Palestine/ USA;

  38. Saree Makdisi, Professor of Comparative Literature at the University of California, Author of Palestine Inside Out: An Everyday Occupation, USA;

  39. Roger Leger, Retired Professor of Philosophy at the Military College of Saint-Jean, Québec, Canada;

  40. Usman Bugaje, Professor, Former Adviser to the Vice President of Nigeria, Nigeria;

  41. Chandra Muzaffar, President, International Movement for a Just World (JUST), Malaysia;

  42. Avery F. Gordon, Professor Emerita University of California Santa Barbara, USA;

  43. Arlene Elizabeth Clemesha, Professor of Contemporary Arab History at the University of São Paulo (USP), Brazil;

  44. Ömer Dinçer, Professor, Former Minister of Education, Former President of Şehir University, Türkiye;

  45. Fethi Jarray, Former Education Minister, current Chairperson of the National Mechanism on Torture Prevention, Tunisia;

  46. Alfred de Zayas, Former UN Independent Expert on the Promotion of a Democratic and Equitable International Order, USA;

  47. Walid Joumblatt, Member of Lebanese Parliament, Leader of the Progressive Socialist Party, Lebanon;

  48. Elmira Akhmetova, Professor at the Institute of Knowledge Integration in Georgia, Russia;

  49. Sami Al-Arian, Professor, Director of Center for Islam and Global Affairs (CIGA) at Istanbul Zaim University, Türkiye;

  50. George Sabra, Signatory of the Damascus Declaration (2005), Former President of the Syrian National Council, Syria;

  51. Ray McGovern, Activist, Veterans For Peace, Supporter of the anti-war group Not in Our Name, USA;

  52. Juan Cole, Professor of History, The University of Michigan, Former Editor of The Internatioanl Journal of Middle East Studies, USA;

  53. Penny Green, Professor of Law and Globalization, Director, International State Crime Initiative Queen Mary University of London, UK;

  54. Bishnupriya Ghosh, Professor of English and Global Studies, UC Santa Barbara, USA/India;

  55. Nader Hashemi, Professor, Director of the Alwaleed Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding, Georgetown University, USA;

  56. Ahmed Abbes, Mathematician, Director of Research at the Institut des Hautes Etudes Scientifiques Paris, France, Tunisia;

  57. Bhaskar Sarkar, Professor of Film and Media, UC Santa Barbara, USA/India;

  58. Akeel Bilgrami, Professor of Philosophy at Columbia University, USA, India;

  59. Assaf Kfoury, Mathematician and Professor of Theoretical Computer Science, Boston University, USA;

  60. Helena Cobban, Journalist, Author, President of Just World Educational, USA;

  61. Bilijana Vankovska, Professor and Head of the Global Chnages Center, Cyril and Mehtodius University, Skopje, Macedonia;

  62. David Swanson, Author, Executive Director of World BEYOND War, USA;

  63. Radmila Nakarada, Professor, Faculty of Political Science, University of Belgrade; Spokesperson of the Yugoslav Truth and Reconciliation Committee, Serbia;

  64. Fredrick S. Heffermehl, Lawyer and Author, Norway;

  65. Anis Ahmad, Emeritus Professor and President Riphah International University Islamabad, Pakistan;

  66. Lisa Hajjar, Professor, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA;

  67. Dr. Sayyid  M. Syeed, President Emeritus , Islamic Society of North America, USA;

  68. Muhammed al-Ghazzali, Professor, Judge Supreme Court of Pakistan, Pakistan;

  69. Syed Azman Syed Ahmad, Former Member of Malaysia Parliament, Chairman of Asia Forum for Peace and Development (AFPAD), Malaysia;

  70. Osman Bakar, Al-Ghazali Chair of Epistemology and Civilisational Renewal, International Institute of Islamic Thought and Civilization, Malaysia;

  71. Ibrahim M Zein, Professor of Islamic Studies, Qatar Foundation, Qatar;

  72. Engin Deniz Akarlı, Professor of History Emeritus, Brown University, Türkiye;

  73. Francesco Della Puppa, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice; Italy;

  74. Julio da Silveira Moreira, Professor, Federal University of Latin-American Integration, Brazil;

  75. Nabeel Rajab, Founder and former president of the Gulf Center for Human Rights; Former Deputy Secretary-General of the International Federation for Human Rights, Recipient of the Ion Ratiu Award for Democracy and Human Rights, Bahrain;

  76. Feroz Ahmad, Emeritus Professor of History and Internatiıonal Relations, Harvard University, USA, India;

  77. Serap Yazıcı, Professor of Constitutional Law, MP, Turkish Parliament, Türkiye;

  78. Natalie Brinham, Genocide and Statelessness Scholar, UK;

  79. Ayçin Kantoğlu, Author, Türkiye;

  80. Dania Koleilat Khatib, ME Scholar and President of RCCP TrackII Organisation, UAE;

  81. Imtiyaz Yusuf, Assoc. Prof. Dr., Non-Resident Research Fellow  Center for Contemporary Islamic World (CICW), Shenandoah University, USA/Vietnam;

  82. Kamar Oniah Kamuruzaman, Former Professor of Comparative Religion, International Islamic University, Malaysia;

  83. Ümit Yardım, Former Ambassador of Türkiye to Tehran, Moscow and Vienna, Türkiye;

  84. Ahmet Ali Basic, Professor, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina;

  85. Kani Torun, Former Ambassador of Türkiye to Somalia, Former Head of Doctors Worlwide, Member of Parlament, Türkiye;

  86. Ermin Sinanovic, Center for Islam in the Contemporary World at Shenandoah University, USA/ Bosnia and Herzegovina;

  87. Nihal Bengisu Karaca, Journalist, Türkiye;

  88. Alkasum Abba, Emeritus Professor of History, Abuja, Nigeria;

  89. Hassan Ahmed Ibrahim, Professor of History and Civilization, Former Dean, Faculty of Arts,  University of Khartoum, Sudan;

  90. Anwar Alrasheed, Khiam Rehabilitation Center, The victims of Torture (KRC), Representative of the International Council for Fair Trials and Human Rights in the State of Kuwait and the Gulf Cooperation Council Countries, Kuwait;

  91. Mohd Hisham Mohd Kamal, Assoc. Prof. Dr., Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyyah of Laws, Malaysia/ Indonesia;

  92. Syed Arabi Bin Syed Abdullah, Former Rector, International Islamic University, Malaysia;

  93. Yusuf Ziya Özcan, Former President of Council of Higher Education, Türkiye;

  94. Mohamed Jawhar Hassan, Former Chairman and Chief Executive, Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia;

  95. Shad Faruqi, Professor of Law, University of Malaya, Malaysia;

  96. Mohammad Ahmadullah Siddiqi, Professor Emeritus of Journalism and Public Relations, Western Illinois University, Macomb IL USA/India;

  97. Mohamed Tarawna, Judge at the Cassation Tribunal, Jordan;

  98. Etyen Mahcupyan, Author, Former Chief Advisor to Prime Minister of Türkiye;

  99. Khawla Mattar, the Director of the United Nations Information center in Cairo, Former UN Deputy Special Envoy for Syria, Bahrain;

  100. Aslam Abdullah, Senior Journalist, USA/India;

  101. Stuart Rees, Professor Emeritus, University of Sydney, Australia;

  102. Hatem Ete, Academic, Ankara Yıldırım Beyazıt University, Department of Sociology, Türkiye;

  103. Karim Makdisi, Professor of Political Science, American University of Beirut, Lebanon;

  104. Camilo Pérez-Bustillo, National Taiwan University, Taiwan;

  105. Bridget Anderson, Professor of Migration, Mobilities and Citizenship, University of Bristol, UK;

  106. William Spence, Professor of Theoretical Physics, Queen Mary University of London, UK;

  107. Mohammad Hashim Kamali, Professor of Law, Founding CEO of the International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies, Malaysia/Afghanistan;

  108. Ferid Muhic, Prof of Philosophy , Krill Metodius University , Macedonia;

  109. Frej Fenniche, Former Senior Human Rights Officer/UN, OHCHR, Switzerland;

  110. Sevinç Alkan Özcan, Associate Professor, International Relations Department, Ankara Yıldırım Beyazıt University;

  111. Sigit Riyanto, Professor, Faculty of Law Universitas, Indonesia;

  112. Khaled Khoja, Former President of Syrian National Coalition;

  113. Tarık Çelenk, Former Chairman of Ekopolitik, Türkiye;

  114. M. Bassam Aisha, Human Rights Expert, Libya;

  115. Naceur El-Kefi, Academician and Human Rights Activist, Tunisia;

  116. Jean-Daniel Biéler, Former Ambassador, Special Advisor, Human Security Division, Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, Switzerland;

  117. Fajri Matahati Muhammadin, Faculty of Law, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia;

  118. Ahmet Okumuş, Chairman of The Foundation for Sciences and Arts (BİSAV), Türkiye;

  119. Khan Yasir, Dr., Director In-Charge, Indian Institute of Islamic Studies and Research, India;

  120. Mahmudul Hasan, Md., Professor, International Islamic University Malaysia/ Bangladesh;

  121. Tara Reynor O’Grady, General Secretary for Human Rights Sentinel, USA;

  122. Nurullah Ardıç, Professor of Sociology, Istanbul Technical University, Türkiye;

  123. Phar Kim Beng, Founder and CEO of Strategic Pan-Pacific Arena, Malaysia;

  124. Dinar Dewi Kania, M.M, .M.Sos, Trisakti Institute of Transportation and Logistics. Jakarta, Indonesia

  125. Mulyadhi Kartanegara, Professor of Islamic philosophy at, Universitas Islam Negeri Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta, Indonesia;

  126. Habib Chirzin, Academic and Human Rights activist, IIIT, Indonesia