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Thursday, July 07, 2005

A resolution to condemn terrorism

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I purpose that UN should pass a resolution that

  1. All the countries of the world should fly their flags at half mast whenever an act of terrorism is committed anywhere in the world to show support for the innocent victims.
  2. Have one minute silence in news networks, in stock exchanges, in schools, in government offices, in businesses to show the world is united against such coward and barbaric acts.

This will help to educate masses that such acts are not supported at all. The unity the world will show is important to shake or break self-confidence of terrorists.

I urge all who read this to leave a comment or sign their name in comment area to support this resolution. I know many of you think that this will not solve the problem but this is just one step to show we care and we are ready to work to bring peace to this world so that we can make it a safer place for our children. Direct your friends to this URL to do the same. If we can get at least thousand signatures we will send it to UN and every head of state of the world.

Update: EU Observed two minutes silence on London Bombing and I think my proposal is not way off in suggesting that all countires espically Muslim countries also do the same so that they can educate their citizens.

EU to hold two minutes of silence for London victimsBRATISLAVA: The European Union is to call for two minutes’ silence throughout its 25 member states on Thursday as a mark of respect for the victims of the London bombings, a Slovak government spokesman said Tuesday, adding that his country proposed the initiative. "The EU member states agreed to this move, on the initiative of Slovak PM Mikulas Dzurinda, to hold a two-minute silence at 1:00 pm in memory of the victims of the terrorist attacks in London last week," Dzurinda’s spokesman Mirko Hroch said.

3 Comments:

  • Yes! I agreed to pass the said resolution but the definition of “Terrorism” should be cleared in the same.

    Sohail Raza Dodhy

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at Friday, July 08, 2005 1:02:00 AM  

  • Unfortunately the UN is a powerless corrupt organization that has failed miserably to have any impact on terrorism.
    Sadly I believe the bloodshed will never end.

    By Blogger Rob, at Wednesday, July 13, 2005 4:29:00 AM  

  • The role institutions play depends on its members. Every one of us has to play our role and hold our policy makers accountable when they use the institutions for their own purpose. You may find corruption in many government institutions in our countries but we still need them and sometimes things do get better. It sounds like optimism of which I am not a very big fan but I would better name it hope rather than optimism. Hope lurks between complete darkness of Pessimism and blinding brightness of optimism.

    By Blogger E Mullah الیکٹرونک مُلا, at Wednesday, July 13, 2005 1:42:00 PM  

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