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The International Nonviolence Organization stresses the necessity of respecting human rights, preserving their freedom and dignity

The International Nonviolence Organization (Free Muslim) called on the world to adhere to human dignity as a basis for freedom, justice and peace, within the framework of celebrating the International Human Rights Day, noting that the struggle for human rights has gained new momentum in which every individual can play his role in this field effectively.

On this occasion, the organization sent an important message to human rights organizations, public opinion leaders, state leaders and decision makers, urging them to abide by the gains achieved over seven decades of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

The organization said in its message, which it sent a copy to Shia Waves News Agency, “The International Human Rights Day comes as an important occasion for commitment to human dignity as a basis for freedom, justice and peace, to guarantee basic rights for human beings without discrimination on the basis of nationality, place of residence, gender or national origin, race, religion, language, or other status.”

It added, “The celebration of this day comes in light of the exacerbation of the political, economic, social and humanitarian crises that are hitting the countries of the world.”

The organization added, “The achievements that have been made at the level of human rights legislation should not overshadow the reality of the alarming deterioration in the human rights situation around the world, as witnessed by the reports of human rights and humanitarian organizations themselves, which reveals the need for practical measures and serious, binding decisions that limit the continuation of human rights violations.”

Free Muslim pointed out that “many of the constitutions of some of the most repressive countries in the world are replete with provisions that provide for respect for human rights, but in practice they ignore them.”

The organization added, “More than seven decades after the declaration of International Human Rights Day, communication technology and the spread of social media can be considered a pivotal stage in the course of action to improve human rights. “

On International Human Rights Day, the organization affirmed its “commitment to the principles that preserve human dignity, safeguard its freedom, and provide it with justice in terms of both rights and duties.”

It called on all official governments of the world and private parties to work on “implementing the principles of human rights and cooperation to limit their violations, punish their perpetrators, and not exploit them for political purposes or economic interests, in order to build a world that enjoys security, stability and peace.”

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