Nonviolence Incorporation Honors World Radio Day

Nonviolence Incorporation published a statement to honor the World Radio Day on February 13. Here come some parts of this statement:

“The international community celebrates radio on February 13 every year; radio has been one of the most influential inventions in our contemporary history, which greatly changed the world we lived in, in the late 19th century. For many decades, and it the times of crisis and war, radio was the only tool that bridged all people around the world. Radio was a medium by which we could celebrate diversity and change, and learn about intriguing traditions and customs. Even in our modern times, and with the advent of new technologies, radio continues to spread its message across the world, to the millions of its audiences in different countries.” “On this occasion, Nonviolence Incorporation calls on the Islamic centers and cultural foundations to get the message of AhlulBayt (peace be upon them) across the world, by adopting mediums, particularly radio, to reach out to the millions of deprived people in different parts of the world. Furthermore, this foundation calls on the world leaders to respect the freedom of the media and don’t let media become an instrument to spread hate, division, and discrimination.”