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  • WORLD YOUTH PEACE ORGANIZATION EMBRACES PEACE, BUT OPPOSES USE OF UNILATERAL MILITARY INTERVENTION ON SYRIA

    World Youth Peace Organization a member of Japan Council against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs, Gensuikyo, appeals for a peaceful solution in resolving the proposed unilateral military intervention against President Al-Assad of Syria for using Racine gas on the August 21st 2013 attack against his people, killing over one thousand four hundred, including over four hundred children were gassed to death while asleep in their homes and hundreds hospitalized.

    The organization condemned the barbaric act orchestrated by Syrian government on its people near Damascus. The global youth appeal for a peaceful resolution to the Syria bloody war. They oppose any unilateral military intervention force that could escalate another Iraq and Afghanistan wars. The world is still grieving for the two post wars and more and more destructions occurring in daily bases with the escalated infiltration of Al-Qaida operations globally.

    The use of chemical weapons is serious violation of the International Law, regardless of which party to the conflict used the weapons. Now, the evidence of the investigation was made clear that President Al-Assad military forces used the poisonous gas on its civilians by the United Nation General Council, Syria has to be sanctioned and the case referred to the International Criminal Court for the Syria president to be prosecuted for genocide against his people.

    When the worst comes to the worst to wage war against Syria, the young people are the ones dance the tune of being sent to the war front to be slaughtered as cows for the benefit of the war profiteers. The global youth today

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  • CSO Laca/ Saca Forum 3oth August 2012

  • GPF SUmmit 2012 In Collaboration with WYPO

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      International Day of Peace. (Global Observance)
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      Fundraising Support for people living with HIV/AIDS
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      Global Peace Foundation/Nigeria Convention
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      World AIDS Day Celebration
    2. 4th-12th
      International Conference on AIDS Society Africa (ICASA) in South Africa
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