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The Peace Movement

A peace movement is a social movement that seeks to achieve ideals such as the ending of a particular war (or all wars), minimize inter-human violence in a particular place or type of situation, including ban of guns, and is often linked to the goal of achieving world peace. Means to achieve these ends include advocacy of pacifism, non-violent resistance, diplomacy, boycotts, demonstrations, peace camps; supporting anti-war political candidates and banning guns, creating open government, direct democracy; supporting people who expose war-crimes or conspiracies to create wars, and making laws. Different organizations involved in peace movement may have some diverse…

What’s So Hard to Understand About Islam?

We live in a world of mass migration primarily by those following Islamist ideology. All throughout the western countries are being flooded with migrants who daily commit crimes against humanity. The alarming rate of crime in these areas is ignored while leaders of all types make excuses for what is happening in their countries. What is so hard to understand about this problem?

What Does The IMCC Have in Common With This Year’s Waitangi Day

For most of his life, Chief Charles Hohepa has dedicated every waking day in an attempt to obtain proper and just recognition for the Maori Nation, as the only true Nation of Aotearoa, which has, for decades been known as New Zealand. February 2018 marks a turning point in this unequal struggle to obtain true recognition for the Maori Nation as true inheritors of Aotearoa. And what better way to start this process at this year’s Waitangi Day celebrations, than the news of the opening of the International Maori Cultural Centre in Brussels.

Nigerian People: Arise and Revolt

We are all at a stage of which mental repositioning is the only way-out. Find out the cause of the diverse problems we face as Nigerians. Take your time to read and explore…

Fake News: Libyan Slave Markets – Exclusive Report

After CNN came out with video of slave auction markets in Libya, all hell broke loose online and on mainstream media; reports of African slaves being auctioned in Libya and the true ongoing horrors of immigrants drowning trying to escape Africa for EU countries has outraged the world. My blog includes a conversation with a Libyan man from Misrata who sets the record straight.

Another Way to Expand the Territory

The European Union plans to expand its borders. This is the name of the article on the news website “Financial Times”. It is reported that the EU intends to offer membership in the organization at once to 6 countries of the Balkan Peninsula in order to cope with the migration flow and other problems.

On the Impending Deportation of Migrants: An Epistle to Pope Francis

An appeal to Pope Francis for his intervention in the matter of migrants ( especially those from Africa). As Europe and America begin mass deportation of migrants to Africa, this article appeals to the higher ideals of people of faith to show compassion and empathy towards migrants; and above all to halt the deportation.

Between Scylla & Charybdis

Politics is choosing between the lesser of the two evils. But the lesser evil should also be the better evil.

Migrant Crisis: Is Europe In An Abusive Relationship?

For a while now, there has people who have said about the no-go zones have been forming around Europe. However, although some people have been willing to listen to what these people have had to say, there have been others that haven’t.

People Who Are Making Pakistan Proud at a Very Young Age

The brighter side of Pakistan are its young achievers whose work and names are well recognized by the world. Some of them are as follows: Hamza Shahzad: Mohammad Hamza Shahzad, who is currently residing in the United Kingdom, earned the title of the youngest Microsoft professional at a very young age of 6, beating the record of late ArfaKarim. He made the nation proud by scoring a whopping 757 marks in the Microsoft Certification exam, in which 700 marks are required to pass the exam.

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