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  • Srebrenica women recognised for highlighting 1995 genocide
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    Srebrenica women recognised for highlighting 1995 genocide

    More than 8,000 men and boys from the Bosniak ethnic group perished in 10 days of slaughter by Bosnian Serb forces. They were the ones who lived in a world in which their husbands, sons, brothers, uncles and nephews were massacred. They were the ones who fought to make sure that the world would neither

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  • US terrorism remembered
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    US terrorism remembered

      Today, Dr. Imad Enchassi took MVPR founder Samuel Shropshire and Abdulraheem Awad on a tour of the Oklahoma City National Memorial. Enchassi is the imam of the Islamic Center of Greater Oklahoma City and is a leader of inter-faith peace activities We all remember the Oklahoma City bombing! It was a domestic terrorist truck

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  • MVPR summer peace mission to North America
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    MVPR summer peace mission to North America

      MVPR founders Samuel Shropshire and Isa Alhaj Hussein will never forget all who stood with them and supported them during the past 4 months of their recent MVPR North American Peace Mission. “Your awesome kindness and help,” says Samuel, “inspired us and the entire MVPR team to keep on going, even through major car

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  • This New Canadian Holiday Reflects On The Legacy Of Indigenous Residential Schools
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    This New Canadian Holiday Reflects On The Legacy Of Indigenous Residential Schools

    Thursday was Canada’s first-ever National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. The new statutory holiday commemorates the victims and survivors of Indigenous residential schools. It was created through parliamentary legislation this spring and codified in June — around the time when hundreds of Indigenous children’s remains were found in unmarked graves at several such sites. We

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  • Prominent Rohingya leader shot dead in Bangladesh refugee camp
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    Prominent Rohingya leader shot dead in Bangladesh refugee camp

    Rights groups call for urgent investigation after Mohibullah shot dead outside his office. A prominent Rohingya Muslim leader has been shot dead in a refugee camp in southern Bangladesh. Mohibullah, who was in his late 40s, led one of the largest of several community groups to emerge since more than 730,000 mostly Muslim Rohingya fled

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  • Sam’s recent interview by The Deen Show
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    Sam’s recent interview by The Deen Show

    This is a link to my recent interview by The Deen Show based in Chicago. Eddie is the Host of one of the most exciting “Purpose of life” Talk Shows in the world “TheDeenShow”. TheDeenShow is viewed internationally reaching millions of viewers in countries like the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, India, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates,

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  • Suicide attack rocks Indonesia church, several wounded
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    Suicide attack rocks Indonesia church, several wounded

    Muslim Voice for Peace & Reconciliation stands in solidarity with the Christians of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Cathedral in Makassar, Indonesia. May all who contributed to this heinous terrorist attack be brought swiftly to justice.Samuel Shropshire MVPR Founder/Director 28 Mar 2021 Two suicide bombers detonated explosives outside a Catholic church in the Indonesian city

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  • A fire swept through a Rohingya refugee camp
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    A fire swept through a Rohingya refugee camp

      Stung by Myanmar’s military-government genocide during the past decades, now Rohingya refugees face a huge fire that has swept through a massive refugee camp in southern Bangladesh on Monday, destroying thousands of homes and killing scores of people, officials and witnesses said, in the worst blaze to hit the settlement in recent years. Video

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  • SERVANT LEADERSHIP FOR THE 21ST CENTURY
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    SERVANT LEADERSHIP FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

    Are we prepared to take ownership of our own future through leadership or are we going to allow others to take ownership of our future? Join us to discuss what it takes to be an effective leader. SERVANT LEADERSHIP FOR THE 21ST CENTURY   on Saturday 20th, Feb 2021 at 3.15pm to 5 pm GMT

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