Nonviolence Inc. Underscores Unity Ahead of Gulf Cooperation Summit in Riyadh

Nonviolence Incorporation called for unity and solidarity among all Arab and Muslim nations in a statement, which it published ahead of the Gulf Cooperation Summit, hosted by Riyadh. Here are parts of the statement:

In the name of God, the Beneficent, the Merciful, Holy Quran, verse 103 chapter 3 reads: “And hold fast to the Bond of Allah, together, and do not scatter.”

As the world is closely watching the Gulf Cooperation Summit in Riyadh, the Capital of Saudi Arabia, Nonviolence Incorporation requests all Arab and Muslim world leaders to end conflicts and rifts and begin cooperation on all fronts, as a means to resolve crises in the gulf region. Given the current social and political circumstances, the Arab world leaders need to pursue comprehensive and peaceful policies and be accountable for the repercussions of their actions in the region. Furthermore, the Arab leaders at this summit are expected to join efforts in order to spread universal peace and regional cooperation, and not let their short-term political agendas be a hurdle.

Nonviolence Incorporation also hinted:

The magnitude of the challenges and dangers caused by political conflicts between countries in the region must be taken into account. Moreover, the current internal crises in some countries threaten the security of the region and should not be overlooked. Therefore, without losing any opportunity, we must resolve these tensions and strive to secure and guarantee social security and peace and stability. Finally, we have a responsibility to God Almighty to provide security and peace to the human community, especially the nations of the Islamic and Arab countries.