HWPL Day and Morocco International Law Conference with interfaith dialogue

Morocco Colors the World with the Pigment of Peace

HWPL News: Morocco International Law Conference with interfaith dialogue

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The ‘Morocco International Law Conference’ was held on April 23rd 2015 at the HEC Maroc University in the city of Fès where the whole town is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The conference was co-hosted by an international peace organization HWPL, religious leader Man Hee Lee, HWPL’s youth division, IPYG, peace activist Steve Kim, and Moroccan Youth Forum (FJM) to propose the enactment of international law for the cessation of war and establishment of world peace.

The ‘Morocco International Law Conference’ was held on April 23rd 2015 at the HEC Maroc University in the city of Fès where the whole town is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. This conference was co-hosted by an international peace organization Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL, religious leader Man Hee Lee), HWPL’s youth division, International Peace Youth Group (IPYG, peace activist Du Hyun Kim), and Moroccan Youth Forum (FJM) to propose the enactment of international law for the cessation of war and establishment of world peace.
Successfully held by an active support of Azzedine Idriss Khamlichi, the president of HEC Maroc University who has participated in the World Alliance of Religions’ Peace (WARP) Summit of HWPL last year, the ‘Morocco International Law Conference’ was attended by influential leaders in various academic and political fields.

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Participants of the international law conference taking group photo / HWPL, interfaith dialogue They are one on world peace with interfaith dialogue

President Khamlichi deeply agreed that more people should take part in the peace movement of HWPL not only for the achievement of peace of one county such as Morocco but peace for the whole world. El Mesbahi Kamal, the professor of economics, Azelarabe Lahkim Bennani, the philosophy professor, Ba Mohamed Najib, the professor from the law department at l’USMBA University and several members of Moroccan Youth Forum (FJM) also voluntarily participated in the conference.
The conference started off with opening remarks of professor El Mersbahi Kamal followed by a representative speech of President Azzedine Idriss Khamlichi on the theme of ‘Think about Peace.’ Professor Ba Mohamed Najib also spoke about ‘the international law for peace’

All of the participants watched a video of the WARP Summit the unprecedented international peace festival, held by HWPL last September in Seoul, Korea, which was attended by over 2,000 global leaders. HWPL is a non-governmental peace organization registered under the Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs. It works actively with its affiliates, IPYG and International Women’s Peace Group (IWPG, Chairwoman Nam Hee Kim), striving to bring wars to an end and establish peace all around the world.

The Morocco International Law Conference was a continuation of the WARP Summit. The signing of the agreement to propose the enactment of an international law involves former heads of state, chief justices, and high officials of United Nations to enact an international law for the cessation of war and establishment of world peace. The signing then calls current heads of state to sign the agreement according to the law that was enacted for the sake of their countries, people, and peace. At the WARP Summit, 28 current and former president and more than 50 high-ranking officials signed the agreement to support the enactment of the international law. Likewise, four leaders signed the agreement at the conference in Morocco.

Religious leader Man Hee Lee and peace activist Kim were invited to the commemoration for the 25th anniversary of fall of communism as well as for the election of the new president of Romania in last November and received strong support from over 25 Presidents of Central and Eastern European countries. Moreover, they participated in the 15th International Conference of Chief Justices of the World (ICCJW) held at the City Montessori School(CMS) in Lucknow, India. About 160 heads of state and chief justices of supreme courts of various countries supported the anti-war proposal of HWPL.

HWPL Day, May 25th with interfaith dialogue Video
May 25th as HWPL Day erected the World Peace Monuments

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After sign a peace agreement, they are posing for a picture

Ever since Religious leader Man Hee Lee of HWPL announced the Declaration of World Peace on May 25th , 2013 when 30,000 international members of IPYG led the Peace Walk in front of the World Peace Gate in Seoul, South Korea, many cities around the world have designated May 25th as the annual HWPL Day.

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HWPL News: HWPL Day/ May 25th as HWPL Day and erected the World Peace Monuments.
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Religious leader Man Hee Lee of HWPL and Peace activist Nam Hee Kim of IWPG
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HWPL Day, May 25th with interfaith dialogue TV 5 News

Religious leader Man Hee Lee had emphasized in the Declaration of World Peace that it is necessary to enact the international law for it is a practical mechanism to cease all wars. Following his mindset, cities such as Carson City in California and Royal Bafokeng Nation in Republic of South Africa designated May 25th as HWPL Day and erected the World Peace Monuments.
Morocco has been acknowledged by the world for minimizing the growing number of terrorists and restraining their activities among the Muslim counties. On this account, it is expected that the collaborative peace activities of HWPL, IPYG, HEC Maroc University, and FJM will be gaining much interest from the public.

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HWPL News: The ‘Morocco International Law Conference’ was held on April 23rd 2015 at the HEC Maroc University in the city of Fès where the whole town is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

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