2nd Annual Commemoration of the WARP Summit by HWPL in Seoul

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Monday, 29 August 2016 13:19

Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL, Chairman Man Hee Lee) is hosting its “2nd Annual Commemoration of September 18th World Alliance of Religions’ Peace (WARP) Summit” from September 17th through 19th. At the 2nd Annual Commemoration, many of the world’s political and religious leaders, as well as women and youth leaders, will gather.
The participants will include over 1,000 figures from different fields in 120 countries around the world, including figures such as: the former President of Croatia, Ivo Josipović; the Minister of Justice of Sri Lanka, WijeyadasaRajapakshe; President of the Spanish Society for International Human Rights Law, Carlos Villan Duran; the Youth Representative of The United Nations Association of New York, Juan Pablo Celis Garcia; along with various ministers, chief justices, high level government officials, and former presidents. During the event, participants will partake in various meetings, mentioned above, for the implementation of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW).
The meetings that will be held on the 17th and 19th in Seoul will cover important topics such as the role of the legal system to resolve religious conflicts, and the current role of the International Court of Justice of the United Nations in resolving armed conflicts. The meetings will consist of: Advocacy Forum for the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War, Media Forum for Advocacy of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War, the 4th HWPL International Law Peace Committee Meeting, International Religious Leaders Conference, Conference for the Implementation of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War, and the 2016 IWPG Network Forum.
On the 18th, there will be an outdoor event at the Seoul Olympic Stadium. This event will mark its beginning with a parade, bringing in participants from around the world. The parade will be followed by a synchronized card performance by 12,000 members of the International Peace Youth Group (IPYG) with the theme of world peace and cessation of war.
HWPL has been advancing its goal of peace first through the 2014 WARP Summit, in which HWPL gathered world leaders and they together signed the Agreement to Propose the Enactment of International Law for the Cessation of Wars and World Peace. In September of 2015, HWPL launched the HWPL International Law Peace Committee, which consists of prominent international law scholars, professors, and chief justices to draft the Declaration to be later developed into a legally binding document. In the following March of 2016, HWPL proclaimed the DPCW along with international law experts from various countries in order to appeal to all nations.
Following the Declaration, the “Legislate Peace” Campaign (a global advocacy movement aimed at establishing international law consistent with the DPCW) has been conducted worldwide. Since its beginning in March, 535,493 people from 167 different countries have signed their support for the DPCW.
All this continuous effort is being supported by international press, such as the public broadcasts of the Philippines (PTV), “As a reporter, the pushing of the international law is really aggressive step in a request for Peace. It will be the best gift for humanity..”said reporter Elizabeth Kachin.

HWPL CHAIRMAN RECEIVED “MAHATMA MK GANDHI PRIZE FOR NONVIOLENT PEACE”

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Friday, 22 July 2016 10:16

Mr. Man Hee Lee, Chairman of Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL) was honored with the “Mahatma Gandhi Prize for Non-Violent Peace” on Tuesday July 19th at the Peace Palace in Gyeonggi, Korea. Dr. Prasanna Kumar Patasani, Chairman of Mahatma M.K. Gandhi Foundation for Nonviolent Peace and Secretary-General Dr. Jyoti Mohapatra came to Korea for the prize award ceremony. Chairman Patasani is also a Parliament member of the 16th Lok Sabha (House of the People) of India.
Mahatma Gandhi Prize for Nonviolent Peace, officially registered as an international award on the Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace and Conflict, has had many renowned laureates including Jimmy Carter, Nelson Mandela, Margaret Thatcher, S D Sharma etc.
Along with Chairman Lee, Chairwoman Nam Hee Kim of the International Women’s Peace Group (IWPG) and Dr. Alexander Kim, Chairman of the Constitutional Court of Sakha, Republic of the Russian Federation received the Gandhi Prize.
“The greatest peace prize is peace on Earth and this is the legacy that we should leave to our future generations. This will become the peace prize that will pave the way to the peaceful lives of humanity. I would like to accept this prize as a lesson that keeps me going for the work of peace,” said Chairman Lee during his acceptance speech.
Chairwoman Kim said, “Mahatma Gandhi was not only a leader of India but also a peace activist who awakened the whole world. I would like to extend my word of gratitude to the foundation named after him for bestowing this prestigious award. I would like to share my joy of receiving this meaningful award with the IWPG members and 3.6 billion women of the world. When the light of HWPL and the light of the Gandhi foundation meet, I believe that we will be able to overcome any obstacles before our goal.”
Two Chairpersons were recognized for their great contributions to the reconstruction of human society and world peace by spreading the noble spirits of “Non-Violence, Universal Brotherhood, Service, and Unity of all Religions & Excellence in the field of all related peace work.”
Chairman Patasani of Gandhi foundation gave a congratulatory message: “I would like to welcome the laureates to this ceremony, which is held to honor the laureates for their outstanding contributions in the field of peace work. On behalf of Mahatma M.K. Gandhi Foundation for Nonviolent Peace, I salute and honor the greatest peace lovers, Mr. Man Hee Lee and Ms. Nam Hee Kim, for their achievement following Gandhi’s philosophy and knowledge to promote world peace and development of humanity.”
As a preeminent leader of Indian nationalism in British-ruled India, Mahatma Gandhi inspired movements for civil rights and freedom across the world. Chairman Lee and HWPL’s initiatives for peace have been comprehensively expanding Gandhi’s vision for nonviolence through peace law campaigns and alliance of religions meetings, thus bringing forth world peace and the cessation of war. The organization has pioneered various peace activities with IWPG and International Peace Youth Group (IPYG)

Vakhtang Kolbaia met with Kyle Chang representative of HWPL

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Friday, 08 July 2016 17:32

The Acting Chair of Government of the A/R of Abkhazia Vakhtang Kolbaia met with Kayla Chang representative of Heavenly Culture World Peace Restoration of Light (HWPL) NGO.
"HWPL" NGO works on the conflict resolution process and is interested in the issues of conflict regions, including Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
The organization aims to increase the involvement of young people and peace in the world by promoting the practical steps by them.
During the working meeting were discussed conflict issues and shared effective steps taken in the conflict solving processes. The sides agreed on further cooperation.
The meeting was attended by the First Deputy of Minister of Confidence Building and Reconciliation Issues of the A/R of Abkhazia Bela Kopaliani.

Northeast Asian Leaders to Cooperate for Alliance of Religions and Peace

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Thursday, 07 July 2016 10:46

A Korea- China- Japan Trilateral Religious Leaders’ Peace Conference was held in Gyeonggi, Korea on June 27 with the goal of putting religious boundaries aside to achieve peace together. Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL), an international non-governmental organization for peace, invited 120 Northeast Asian religious leaders for this interfaith peace talk.
Leaders representing Buddhism, Hinduism, Sikhism, Christianity, Cheondoism, Taoism, and Confucianism to discuss the roles of spiritual leaders and the concept of peace based on each respective religious texts. These discussions led to stimulating debate and mutual understanding among different faiths.
Chairman Man Hee Lee of HWPL awakened the duties of religious leaders of today. “Religious leaders have a crucial role in constantly studying and determining which religious scripture is the most believable to achieve peace. Leaders are responsible for their congregations to know that that differences in religions must not hinder the progress of peace and harmony in the interfaith world because conflict is not the will of the Creator nor that of any divine beings.” He continued, “I hope we, leaders of religions in Northeast Asia, will establish a path to peaceful coexistence.”
Chairwoman Nam Hee Kim of the International Women’s Peace Group (IWPG) said, “The religious world is imperative for it directly deals with the salvation of humanity. I believe every leader present today has a greater sense of duty to understand each other’s religious teachings to achieve alliance of religions and for peace.”
The background of this peace conference is HWPL’s World Alliance of Religions’ Peace (WARP) Office Meetings, a series of the worldwide interfaith peace dialogue solely based on scriptures aimed at establishing alliance of religions and preventing causes of conflicts which involves religious misunderstandings. Currently, 172 WARP Office Meetings are actively being held in 85 countries.
Ba Ding Duo Jie, Buddhist Abbot of the Shiva Temple, a member of the WARP Office in China said, “We need to think about how to bring unification among ourselves. Through participating HWPL’s WARP Office Meetings, I realized that the lack of communication among religious leaders was the reason why conflicts arise. I have witnessed that leaders, who have different backgrounds and knowledge, could be united under peace through the peace dialogue.”
“Through this kind of platform for all religions to meet together and reflect on the roles and history of religions, we are able to realize the cessation of war which intertwines the preservation of the lives of humanity. If it were only voices demanding for peace in the past, now it is a time to bring actions to those voices. HWPL is working for a great cause for mankind through this innovative approach to peace,” stated JeongSeok Lee, Teacher of Myeongnyun Institutes.
The Korea-China-Japan Trilateral Religious Leaders’ Peace Conference sought for constructive dialogue among leaders of religions to better understand the principles of religious teachings based on mutual respect and recognition of differences, thus contributing to an atmosphere of peace in the Northeast Asia region

HWPL delivers $43,284 Ecuador Earthquake Relief Fund

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Monday, 13 June 2016 12:02

Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL), a UN DPI registered NGO, raised USD 43,284.82 (KRW 50,145,460) for The Ecuador Earthquake Relief Fund, during the May 25th, 3rd Annual Commemoration of the Declaration of World Peace and Peace Walk. The delivery ceremony was held at the Peace Palace in Gyeonggi Province, and attended by Chairman Man Hee Lee of HWPL, Chairwoman Nam Hee Kim of the International Women’s Peace Group (IWPG), Ambassador Oscar Gustavo Herrera Gilbert, and Deputy Chief of Mission and Consul General of Ecuador, Ambassador Jorge Alberto Icaza.
In honor and remembrance of the victims of a massive earthquake that killed more than 600 and injured 27,700 people in Ecuador, all participants observed a silent tribute and expressed condolence for the lives lost.
Ambassador Gilbert expressed his gratitude and said, “I want to express my thanks on behalf of, not just the government but, all 60 million Ecuadorians because your help and support is benefit for them. In such difficult moments, you know who are your friends. Thank you for being our friends. Ecuador is currently overcoming the situation as it is in its third stage of reconstruction process. Your support will be a great help and a message of hope for the nation.”
Chairman Lee replied, “We are all one global family. When our neighboring nation suffers, it is our duty to give our hands and bring peace together. My deepest condolences go to many individuals who lost their lives in the disaster and I truly pray for them and their family.”
“Not only in helping through the fund, but we are putting the minds for peace into our contribution. The spirit and the heart of people who have contributed will be passed on to the Ecuadorians,” added Chairwoman Kim. 
On Wednesday May 25th, at the World Peace Gate in Seoul Olympic Park and in major cities like Busan and Gwangju, where the commemorative event was held simultaneously, Ecuador earthquake relief fund booths were located under the theme of ‘Your Help Brings New Life to Ecuador’ and all attendees and volunteers participated in the fund-raising event.
Just last year, HWPL immediately sought to raise fund to respond to the earthquake that occurred in Nepal and delivered USD 40,000 to the nation through the respective embassy.
HWPL has pioneered various peace activities including relief fund-raising, peace education seminars, and peace walks with its affiliates, the IWPG and the International Peace Youth Group (IPYG). All fund made will be delivered to the government of Ecuador through the Embassy of Ecuador in the Republic of Korea. 

500,000 signatures collected for the Legislate Peace Campaign

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Wednesday, 25 May 2016 16:15

300,000 people gathered simultaneously in hundreds of cities including Seoul, New York City, Sydney, and Shanghai for the 3rd Annual Commemoration of the Declaration of World Peace: Legislate Peace Campaign hosted by HWPL on 25 May 2016 in their respective time zones.
This year’s commemoration at the World Peace Gate in Seoul Olympic Park highlighted the global peace advocacy movement, Legislate Peace Campaign, recently launched to bring all wars to an end by establishing an enforceable law compatible with the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW).
The DPCW is unique in that it includes provisions aimed at resolving conflicts, reducing war potential, repurposing weapons to benefit humanity and inviting all citizens to participate in the active promotion of a lasting culture of peace.
The Legislate Peace Campaign calls on global citizens to unite as one to voice their demand for peace by adding their signatures. According to HWPL, as of May 25th, the collected signatures have exceeded 500,000 from 154 countries in less than two months and many heads of state have written official letters of support for the DPCW. The number of signatures is expected to reach 2,000,000 by the end of this year.
“Today, marking the 3rd anniversary, at this very moment, our family of peace must be having their eyes and ears in this place…What we are ought to leave to our future generations is the common good of mankind, peace. There is no greater legacy than peace and it is not achieved by one person. Therefore, we all must become messengers of peace,” said Chairman Lee of HWPL in his commemorative address.
Since the proclamation of the Declaration of World Peace on 25 May 2013, HWPL has proposed its international law initiative. It is to draft a legally binding instrument which ultimately promotes a culture of peace and ceases all wars through the DPCW so that all states would adopt it as national law. A Korean youth leader said at an interview, “The organization has already made great progress in achieving its peace initiatives. It’s exciting to see what the next work will be.”
The event in Seoul was live streamed through the HWPL homepage and real-time photos and videos have been posted on the Legislate Peace Campaign Facebook page.
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Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL), a UN DPI registered NGO, is an internationally recognized peace organization. It has pioneered various peace activities including the World Alliance of Religions’ Peace (WARP) Office, as well as held peace education seminars, peace walks, and peace forums with the International Women’s Peace Group (IWPG) and International Peace Youth Group (IPYG).
3rd Annual Commemoration of the Declaration of World Peace is an annually and internationally celebrated event to commemorate the proclamation of the Declaration of World Peace presented by Chairman of HWPL on 25 May 2013. The Declaration calls everyone to work to further the cause of world peace, making it a reality in their direct environments.
Legislate Peace Campaign is an advocacy movement in support of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW) being developed into an enforceable law. The campaign calls on world leaders and governments to make and enforce a law based on the principles of the DPCW.

The 3 rd Annual Commemoration of the Peace Walk Festival

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Monday, 23 May 2016 14:41

Tbilisi – May 28 th , 2016 – The International Peace Youth Group (IPYG) will be hosting the ‘2016 3 rd Annual Commemoration of the Peace Walk Festival’ at 12pm on the 28 th of May in Rike Park and the Bridge of Peace of Tbilisi along with Georgian youth and women organizations. Around 1000 people will be in attendance. The title of the peace walk festival is the “Support of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War and Actualization of the Peace Curriculum”, and the program consists of a peace walk, flash mob of the youth, NGO booths, and various entertainment that can be enjoyed by all citizens.
The IPYG Peace Walk Festival that is being held for the 3 rd time this year began with the proclamation of the Declaration of World Peace by Man Hee Lee, the chairman of Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL) in front of the Peace Gate of South Korea in May 25 th , 2013. IPYG, the head of the youth sector of HWPL, holds the peace walk festival on May 25 th every year with the youth all over the world to commemorate the declaration as well as actualize it. The declaration that was proclaimed on that date describes the role of each sector of youth, women, press, and the leaders of each country. Three years later, on March 14 th , 2016, this declaration was actualized into the HWPL Proclamation Ceremony of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War. On this day, around 1000 key leaders all over the world attended and HWPL proclaimed the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War. Currently, the support pledge campaign of the declaration is being held worldwide. On this day, the HWPL Peace Advocacy Committee for the Implementation of the International Law on the Cessation of War and Achievement of World Peace made of youth and women organizations of Georgia will be performing a flash mob performance before the peace walk.
And the NGOs hosting various booths during the event will participate as the coordinators of the HWPL peace curriculum of the schools that have signed an MOU as a peace academy with HWPL during fall semester. The Peace Education that is specified in Article 10 of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War will suggest a turning point in the history of humanity that has commemorated war until now, and it will inspire the mentality of peace to leave a world of peace to the future generations as an inheritance. During the event, the participants can sign to support the declaration and receive a commemoration badge that includes the content of the declaration at the booths. HWPL is an international peace organization and leaders from all levels along with the youth and women all work together. HWPL hosted the HWPL World Alliance of Religions’ Peace Summit in September 2014 with around 2000 leaders worldwide and held the ‘Signing Ceremony for the Agreement to Propose the Enactment of International Law’. The HWPL International Law Peace Committee was established and the draft of the international law was proclaimed within a year. Six months later, on March 14, 2016, the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War was proclaimed. The Declaration contains contents such as proposal of answers to religious conflicts and spreading of the culture of peace, and urges for the support of current heads of states.
This declaration will also be sent to Giorgi Margvelashvili, the current president of Georgia.

The 1 st HWPL Short Film Festival provides the platform of a culture of peace

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Monday, 23 May 2016 14:37

Tbilisi – June 4 th , 2016 – The 1 st HWPL Short Film Festival will be held featuring theme of peace at the Amirani cinema. Through the short film festival, anyone who want to express their thinking about peace issue would have chance to present their film works and this opportunity will be culture platform for victory of peace. This is organized Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light(HWPL) which is an international peace organization based on the South Korea.
Many short films are now underway actively and anyone can participate in the contest regardless their age, gender, faith, ethnic bondaries and so on. They are requested to submit from 3 to 10 minutes films until the end of May. The winner of the three nominations will be awarded the Best film, Best director and Best actor prize and there will be special nominations like HWPL Award, ICC Award, Refugee Award and so on. The festival will award all winner statues designed by Mr. George and all participants will get the certificate also.
Through discussion of jury members of the festival, about 10 works will be decided to be screened publically. Every day, a number of artists, film professionals and sponsors are growing with expectation. This film festival is practical achievement of the culture of peace that is specified in Article 10 of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War. As the cultural form of event: It will suggest a turning point in the history of humanity that has commemorated war until now, and it will inspire the public with mentality of HWPL is an international peace organization and leaders from all levels along with the youth and women all work together. HWPL hosted the HWPL World Alliance of Religions’ Peace Summit in September 2014 with around 2000 leaders worldwide and held the ‘Signing Ceremony for the Agreement to Propose the Enactment of International Law’. The HWPL International Law Peace Committee was established and the draft of the international law was proclaimed within a year. Six months later, on March 14, 2016, the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War was proclaimed. The Declaration contains contents such as proposal of answers to religious conflicts and spreading of the culture of peace, and urges for the support of current heads of states. This declaration will also be sent to Giorgi Margvelashvili, the current president of Georgia.

Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War Announced in Georgia

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Wednesday, 23 March 2016 15:03

Leaders in Tbilisi take after the Proclamation Ceremony of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War in Korea

Tbilisi, Georgia – On March 19th, 2016, Heavenly Culture, World Peace and Restoration of Light (HWPL) hosted the “Proclamation Ceremony of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War in Georgia” in the auditorium of the Georgian National Museum. The event took after the “Proclamation Ceremony of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War” that took place in Seoul, Korea on March 14th. The Declaration was announced once again at the event where youth, women and leaders of each sector gathered to reaffirm their will to realize peace in Georgia.
HWPL established HWPL International Peace Committee in September last year to hold in-depth discussions for drafting a declaration that complements the existing international law that hardly prevents or resolves wars and conflicts. On March 14th this year the Declaration was publicly announced. It contains clauses about prohibition of use of force, reduction of military force, peaceful resolution of conflicts, freedom of religion and resolution of religious conflicts and dissemination of culture of peace.
There were leaders of each sectors such as Mr. Ucha Bakhtadze, head of International of relations of High council of Justice,, Mr. Lasha Chkhartishvili from Democracy Institute, Mr. Kakha Daushviliand from Association of Young Economists Georgia(AYEG), Mr. Zaur Khalilov from Civic Integration Foundation and the Archbishop Malkhaz Songulashvili from the Evangelical Baptist Church. Also over 30 women & youth groups including Association Vejini and Caucasus Youth Nexus gathered at the event in Tbilisi.
In the first part of the event, six sectors of HWPL – legal experts, religious leaders, social leaders, youth, women and media – were introduced and the Declaration was publicly announced. In the second part, Ms. Mariam Bolkvadze who visited Korea to participate in the proclamation ceremony as a reporter of MIR TV and a Publicity Ambassador of HWPL shared her experience of attending the event in Korea and emphasized the roles of women and youths as the wings of peace.
HWPL is an international peace organization that mobilizes leaders of countries around the world and women and youth who are at the center of the public. In September, 2014, HWPL hosted World Alliance of Religions’ Peace (WARP) Summit with about two thousand world leaders in attendance and carried out ‘Signing of the Agreement for Implementation of International Law.’ It later launched HWPL International Law Peace Committee comprising international law experts. A year later, first draft of the International Law was announced and six months later on March 14, 2016, announced Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War. At the event, about a thousand guests from 58 countries (including ministers of law from Palestine and Lebanon) gathered.

Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War Announced in Georgia

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Monday, 21 March 2016 15:09

Leaders in Tbilisi take after the Proclamation Ceremony of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War in Korea

Tbilisi, Georgia – On March 19th, 2016, Heavenly Culture, World Peace and Restoration of Light (HWPL) hosted the “Proclamation Ceremony of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War in Georgia” in the auditorium of the Georgian National Museum. The event took after the “Proclamation Ceremony of the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War” that took place in Seoul, Korea on March 14th. The Declaration was announced once again at the event where youth, women and leaders of each sector gathered to reaffirm their will to realize peace in Georgia.
HWPL established HWPL International Peace Committee in September last year to hold in-depth discussions for drafting a declaration that complements the existing international law that hardly prevents or resolves wars and conflicts. On March 14th this year the Declaration was publicly announced. It contains clauses about prohibition of use of force, reduction of military force, peaceful resolution of conflicts, freedom of religion and resolution of religious conflicts and dissemination of culture of peace.
There were leaders of each sectors such as Mr. Lasha Chkhartishvili from Democracy Institute, Mr. Kakha Daushviliand from Association of Young Economists Georgia(AYEG), Mr. Zaur Khalilov from Civic Integration Foundation and the Archbishop Malkhaz Songulashvili from the Evangelical Baptist Church. Also over 30 women & youth groups including Association Vejini and Caucasus Youth Nexus gathered at the event in Tbilisi.
In the first part of the event, six sectors of HWPL – legal experts, religious leaders, social leaders, youth, women and media – were introduced and the Declaration was publicly announced. In the second part, Ms. Mariam Bolkvadze who visited Korea to participate in the proclamation ceremony as a reporter of MIR TV and a Publicity Ambassador of HWPL shared her experience of attending the event in Korea and emphasized the roles of women and youths as the wings of peace.
HWPL is an international peace organization that mobilizes leaders of countries around the world and women and youth who are at the center of the public. In September, 2014, HWPL hosted World Alliance of Religions’ Peace (WARP) Summit with about two thousand world leaders in attendance and carried out ‘Signing of the Agreement for Implementation of International Law.’ It later launched HWPL International Law Peace Committee comprising international law experts. A year later, first draft of the International Law was announced and six months later on March 14, 2016, announced Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War. At the event, about a thousand guests from 58 countries (including ministers of law from Palestine and Lebanon) gathered.

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