"The life that is not mine"

About a boy in Mahabad, Kurdistan, who loses limbs to a mine

By Sherku Jahani Asl. "This film is offered to the producers of the weapons":

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Parvaneh A. Farid

There is a need for prevention too

by Parvaneh A. Farid on

As long as the minds are set on war there will be war and victims.

The video is sad but thank you for sharing.


"War and its ravages have blighted the world, the education of women
will be a mighty step towards its abolition and ending, for she will
use her whole influence against war. Woman rears the child and educates
the youth to maturity. She will refuse to give her sons for sacrifice
upon the field of battle. In truth, she will be the greatest factor in
establishing universal peace and international arbitration. Assuredly,
woman will abolish warfare among mankind.”

Jahanshah Javid

Innocent victims

by Jahanshah Javid on

Lives destroyed by instruments of war. So tragic. What is needed now is an international organization to help the civilian victims, especially children, recover physically and emotionally. It's not an impossible task.

And there's the Halo Trust specializing in de-mining: