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IPPNW Board joins minute of silence

November 18, 2015

IPPNWLogoNewAt its London meeting [Monday, 16 November], the Board of Directors of IPPNW joined the minute’s silence in remembrance of the victims of terror and war, which was held all across Europe, mindful of the dreadful acts of violence in France.

In our silence, the Board explicitly included all the victims of hostility: in Syria and the whole of the Middle East as well as in France and the rest of the world. We mourn the more than a million victims of the War on Terror as much as we mourn the victims of fanaticism of any kind.

At a time when humanity is confronted with the possibility of its own extinction, not only but predominantly by the threat posed by thousands of nuclear weapons, humankind must now step out of the spiral of bloodshed and violence and live in peace. Humankind can only survive through cooperation, not by violence.

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  1. November 18, 2015 1:00 pm

    In the face of the current world situation, never have nuclear weapons be more dangerous or more obsolete. It’s past time to rid the world of these monstrously harmful beasts. Those of us who live ordinary, humble lives urge the governments of the world to come together NOW to pressure the nuclear states to abolish all nuclear weapons.

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