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What´s is True Peace?

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The definition of peace means being free from disturbance. From
a biblical perspective, the absence of conflict is only the
beginning of peace. True peace includes personal wholeness,
righteousness, political justice, and prosperity for all creation.
That’s the way God intended things to be when he created his
garden, his paradise. “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to
you. I do not give to you as the world gives.” (John 14:27) The
word “Islam” literally means “peace” as well as “submission.”
The word “Islam,” therefore, helps define peace and how it is
attained. The Islamic perspective is as well about peace and
knowledge and true Muslims are peace-loving people. Peace is
promoted as Allah (S.W.T) says in the Quran "God does
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The definition of peace means being free from disturbance. From a biblical perspective, the
absence of conflict is only the beginning of peace. True peace includes personal wholeness,
righteousness, political justice, and prosperity for all creation. That’s the way God intended things
to be when he created his garden, his paradise. “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. I
do not give to you as the world gives.” (John 14:27) The word “Islam” literally means “peace” as
well as “submission.” The word “Islam,” therefore, helps define peace and how it is attained. The
Islamic perspective is as well about peace and knowledge and true Muslims are peace-loving
people. Peace is promoted as Allah (S.W.T) says in the Quran "God does not forbid you to be kind
and equitable to those who have neither fought against your faith nor driven you out of your
homes. In fact God loves the equitable." (Chapter 60, Verse 8). This tells Muslims that all people
should be treated kindly and equally. Peace in both Christianity and Islam is promoted by Peace
organizations two examples of both Christian and Islamic peace organization groups include Peace
wise Peacemakers, World council of churches, Muslim for peace and Muslim peace fellowship.
These organizations contribute to promoting peace in both religions by spreading the word of their
lord and how it affects both the adherent and the religion
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The issue of war and peace has always been a focal issue in all periods
of history and at all levels relations among nations. The concern of the
humankind for peace can be assessed by taking into account the fact
that all religions, all religious scriptures and several religious
ceremonies are committed to the cause of peace and all these advocate
an elimination of war. The Shanti Path recited by the Hindus, the
sermons of Pope and the commands of all the holy scriptures of the
Christians, Muslims, Hindus, Sikhs and all other communities hold
out a sacred commitment to peace. Yet the international community
fully realized the supreme importance of the virtue of peace against
the evil of war only after having suffered the most unfortunate and
highly destructive two World Wars in the first half of the 20th century.
The blood soaked shreds of humanity that lay scattered in several
hundred battle grounds, particularly on the soils of Hiroshima and
Nagasaki, cried for peace, peace and peace on the earth.

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The UN Charter and International Peace and Security:


The human consciousness then rallied in the Charter of the United
Nations to affirm. “We the people of the United Nations determined to
save succeeding generations from the scourge of war, which twice in
our life time has brought untold sorrow to humankind…. and to unite
our strength to maintain international peace and security….. have
resolved to combine our efforts to accomplish these aims.”

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