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May 2019
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Speeches

This conference has clearly demonstrated its relevance to the major objective of the United Nations as stated in its Charter, namely to save succeeding generations from the scourge of wars.

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Our Creator knows the purpose of sex, marriage, family and the principles that we need to follow create true love. All religions see marriage as having a divine purpose.

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The political repressions, authoritarian rulers, and the absence of democratic governments in the Arab world over the past six decades, contributed directly to the demise of these countries and over the past seven years, the spread of illiteracy, the schism among ethnic, sectarian and even political groups and thus resulted in political intolerances, religious persecutions, unemployment, poverty and a miserable way of life.

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Peace is the wider door of a dignified life. As you know, every door has a key, and the key to the door of peace is love.

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Without solving fundamental sociocultural and human development issues we will not be able to realize and sustain peace and security in Asia or anywhere in the world.

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Peace should be brokered. Talks, walks, dialogue, understanding and friendship should be encouraged.

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The 70-year experience of inter-Korean relations teaches that normalization of the situation on the Korean Peninsula is possible only on the basis of a stable and irreversible dialogue between the North and theSouth of Korea.

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Openness to the dialogue between religions and cultures and their awareness of the urgent need to combine efforts for justice, brotherhood, peace and development of the human person is a real sign of hope.

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Humanity can bring about change by officials and religious leaders and parliamentarians uniting to expand the love culture through dialogue, education and cooperation. Religious leaders can make changes in their societies by developing an educational system that teaches love and forgiveness and by organizing conferences among diverse people.

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It is the work of religious leaders to enable, lead and encourage humanity to make sure that the spiritual part of a person is properly connected to the Almighty God, who is a God of love and peace.

 

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Mohammad, Christ, and David have kept entire generations of believers in light and hope, not lining them up on hostile crusades but arming them with love and deep devotion for the Creator.

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One of the main guiding principles for Hindus, uttered already in the Vedas, has been “Let noble thoughts come to us from all directions.” Hinduism’s pride is that it celebrates diversity, and this has often made it possible for dialogue to win out over conflict in Indian history.  

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