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Tuesday, March 22, 2016

STATEMENT ON TERRORIST ATTACKS IN BRUSSELS by American Cultural Ambassadors David and Renate Jakupca



March 21, 2016

STATEMENT ON TERRORIST ATTACKS IN BRUSSELS
by American Cultural Ambassadors David and Renate Jakupca

ARK in Berea:  We want to express our solidarity with the people of Belgium in the aftermath
of the attacks that took place in Brussels.  Along with All the Worlds Children,
we are distressed by the pictures and of the news of the loss of lives.

The wave of terror that has been unleashed in Europe and elsewhere around
the world are attacks against our very way of Life and against the Peaceful
Values of Iceality upon which our sustainable Culture of Peace systems have
been based.

We must utterly reject the use of deadly acts of terror.
We and All the Worlds Children must rededicate ourselves to these core
values of Iceality – ‘Becoming more like Angels than Human Beings’.  

We must strengthen our alliances as our way of life and the international
WCPM system, that has been built on our common values since the First Easter,
comes under challenge from these and other acts of evil.

“Our deepest sympathies and prayers go out to the families, friends and
especially the children of all those affected in Belgium at this terrible time.
On behalf of all at the Worlds Children Peace Monument (WCPM)
worldwide working for Peace, we keep hope alive and we are all the
Worlds Children here for you during this difficult time";
Ambassador Renate,
First Lady of Peace.

Peace Friends,
David Jakupca,

Ambassador Renate


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