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International Peace Mission Summer 2018

During the summer of 2018 Muslim Voice for Peace & Reconciliation (MVPR) conducted an ambitious international peace mission around the world. Our teams, held more than 100 meetings on five continents, visiting 21 nations. Our message was clear. “Peace with God leads to peace among nations and with our neighbors.”
“Not bad for 70 years old,” Sam said, upon concluding the mission in South Korea. “With the assistance of our assistant director Isa Alhaj Hussein and many other national coordinators, great things were accomplished.
Among the nations visited were Poland, Germany, the United Kingdom, South Africa, Japan, the US, Canada and Cuba.
“We are extremely pleased with the results,” Sam exclaimed. Many Muslims were encouraged in their peaceful faith, while many Christians and Jews were given information about Islam.”
Here is a recently released 4-minute video describing our peace mission:

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