Injustice

The 21st century’s world is the one sick of war, terrorism, oppression, injustice and is far away from spiritual values to the extent that there is rare spot on the world map which is free from damages of violence, war and terror.

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has called for supporting young people in creating a future where the planet earth is protected and all people live in dignity.According to the UN Information Center in Tehran (UNIC), Ban made the call in his message on the International Day of Youth (August 12).

Semantically, justice means putting a thing or a matter in its right place. With the same token, injustice is to put a thing in an inappropriate place.

One of the most significant feature films in recent years was released to a broad audience on Jan. 9 in the United States.

Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama has condemned violence in the name of religion, clearing misconceptions about Islam’s Jihad as misinterpreted by extremists.

The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) is at it again. By failing to do anything about Washington’s new “Coalition of the Killing” to bomb Iraq and Syria on the pretext of fighting the terrorist group of ISIS, a sharply divided UNSC has demonstrated yet again that it cannot be trusted as a podium for international peace and justice.

Human Rights Watch released a 64-page report today, titled, “Criminalizing Dissent, Entrenching Impunity: Persistent Failures of the Bahraini Justice System Since the BICI Report,”.

Islam as a set of universal principles offers the best solution to end injustice and achieve global peace.
 

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