The mind boggles. On the day of the Peace Prize was dragged through the mud in Oslo, the UN International Day for Human Rights, told the 1976 Nobel Peace Prize in Kabul – with their own experiences of war Northern Ireland, where her sister was killed – that peace is possible.That it is our duty to believe that peace is possible.
Nobel Laureate Mairead Maguire’s Speech in Afghanistan
Mairead Maguire, 1976 Nobel Peace Prize Recipient, observed International Human Rights Day by speaking in Kabul, Afghanistan. She joined with over 100 Afghans and Several other Internationals in raising the voice of the 2 Million Friends Campaign organized by the Afghan Peace Volunteers.
UK members of the Afghan Peace Volunteers read one row of the first article of the UN Declaration of Human Rights![youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vjqQdGpoQWg&w=560&h=315]
A video of the Declaration all 30 articles are in progress, 300 recordings of readings around the world will be compiled. (Sweden participates in the form of my recording in Uppsala on Article 7.)
The international delegation of Nobel Peace Prize winner Mairead Maguire submitted petition 2 Million Friends of the United Nations in Kabul, calling for multilateral ceasefire in Afghanistan.
This is beyond an indifferent world, fixed on violence and obsessed with power struggles and greed.
The choice is ours.
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