Nonviolence Incorporation Observes World Humanitarian Day on August 19

Coinciding with the World Humanitarian Day, the Nonviolence Incorporation released a statement that reads as follows:

“World Humanitarian Day is held every year on 19 August to pay tribute to aid workers, who risk their lives in humanitarian service and to rally support for people affected by crises around the world. This day also marks the 2003 bombings at the UN headquarters in Baghdad, during which 22 people were killed. Nonviolence Incorporation, as one of the members of the humanitarian projects around the world, honors this day and wishes an end to the sufferings of nations around the world.

Nonviolence Inc. is committed to join and support all programs that provide humanitarian services in countries that are struggling with the plague of war and natural disasters. Furthermore, Nonviolence Incorporation calls on the international community to concentrate their efforts on humanitarian services to the deprived nations and relieve their sufferings. Such measures, according to many experts, will barricade efforts to radicalize impoverished and deprived people and it would prevent extremist movements from recruiting more people.”