The International Day of Peace

International Day Of Peace with RContacts

Try spending a couple of hours watching current news and you will realize that the world is in chaos. Currently, there are at least 15 wars going on around the world with catastrophic effects on human lives.

  1. Somali Civil War in Africa
  2. Kashmir unrest, India / Pakistan
  3. Syrian Civil War
  4. Civil war in Myanmar, Asia
  5. Conflict in Donbass, Ukraine
  6. South Sudan Civil War, Africa
  7. Conflict in Peru, South America
  8. Instability in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Africa
  9. The North Caucasus insurgency in Russia
  10. West Papua Civil war in Asia
  11. The Cabinda war in Angola, Africa
  12. The war on terror in Egypt
  13. The Hybrid war in Africa
  14. Military tension in East China Sea
  15. The Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict

Not only these wars but the world is seeing too much of violence related to ethnicity, racial abuse, color discrimination, violence on women and children, etc.

This is an unprecedented phenomenon. Never in the history of mankind have so many wars been fought simultaneously and so many lives lost every day. Now is the time to celebrate ‘The International Day of Peace’ also called as ‘Peace Day’ with a lot more fervour. Let us make so much noise that it reaches the war mongers.

‘The International Day of Peace’ also called as ‘Peace Day’ is observed across the world each year on 21 September. Established in 1981 by unanimous United Nations resolution, Peace Day provides a globally shared date for all humanity to commit to Peace above all differences and to contribute to building a Culture of Peace.

We at RContacts pray, hope and wish that all this barbarianism ends soon and world becomes a better place to live for the sake of us and our generations to come.

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