Nonviolence Incorporation Publishes Message on International Anti-Corruption Day

Nonviolence Incorporation published a message, calling for universal battle against corruption coinciding with the International Anti-Corruption Day on December 9. Parts of this message reads as follows:

In the name of God, the Beneficent, the Merciful.

Almighty God says in holy Quran: “Indeed, God doesn’t like the corrupt;”

Corruption, in all its forms, is strongly condemned in all cultures, faiths and ideologies; however, we can see that systematic corruption has managed to find roots in organizations and governments. Corruption has been a major factor in the suffering of nations and the crises and catastrophe that human societies go through. In this sense, there are thousands of examples in history.

Coinciding with the International Anti-Corruption Day, Nonviolence Incorporation declares its full support to the laws and regulations aimed at combating corruption. It also emphasizes the effective confrontation with all forms of corruption: political, economic, administrative and other forms of corruption that have plagued nations.

This human rights organization also believes that the international community needs to take urgent and decisive measures to eradicate corruption, in a bid to secure the interests of their nations and countries. Unfortunately, there are many solid proofs, indicating that some governments have chosen to turn a blind eye to systematic and governmental corruptions, giving space to tyranny, racism, discrimination, and suppression.

Therefore, Nonviolence Incorporation calls on the United Nations to pass legislations and set up strict laws to combat corruption on all levels. Hopefully, the battle against corruption will be an end to forced immigration, insecurity and instability in many countries.