Global Council for Tolerance and Peace

The Global Council for tolerance and peace grants its Supreme medal to the people of New Zealand.

The global Council for tolerance and peace has granted its Supreme Medal of tolerance and peace to the people of New Zealand in recognition of its civilised attitude and its historical and positive interaction after the terrorist incident that targeted worshippers at the two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, on 15 March.

Mr. Ahmed Bin Mohamed El-jarwan, President of the global Council for tolerance and peace, presented the medal to Mr. Trevor Millard, President of the New Zealand Parliament, on behalf of the great people of NZ, during the visit of the delegation of Global Council for tolerance and peace.

Mr. Ahmed Bin Mohamed El-Jarwan said that this Medal was an acknowledgement of the reaction of the leaders, the Government and the people of New Zealand, who conquered the admiration of the whole world for their close determination to fight against terrorism, intolerance and racism. And their solidarity with the families of the victims, insisting on the values of tolerance, peace and coexistence and rejection of extremism and terrorist.

The global Council for tolerance and peace confirms that will play a big role in spreading the values of tolerance and peace around the world. as he considered these historical estimates one of the most important for peace-building, praising the role of the New Zealand people in promoting tolerance and peace.

For his part, Mr. Millard thanked Al-Jarwan and the global Council for tolerance and peace on behalf of the New Zealand people for this historic initiative, recognizing the role of the Council in disseminating values of tolerance and peace in the world and Reiterating its support for the objectives of the global Council for tolerance and peace.

Subsequently, the delegation of the global Council for tolerance and peace visited Victoria University in the capital of New Zealand, Wellington, where the delegation was received by the University Administration, which expressed its great pleasure at a time very important to underline the importance of the values of tolerance and peace, stressing their support of the Council and their great desire to work together with it in favour of tolerance and peace in the world

The delegation of the global Council for tolerance and peace also visited Christchurch, where the terrorist incident occurred and met with the Mayor of the city, who was pleased to visit, very grateful for this initiative in favor of tolerance and peace around the world, and the delegation visited the two mosques that witnessed the tragic terrorist incident, he met some of the wounded.

The delegation of the global Council for tolerance and peace also visited the University of Canterbury, Christchurch, and met with its administration, which welcomed the visit of the Council and expressed its willingness and enthusiasm to collaborate with the Council to to serve the quest for tolerance and peace around the world.

You might also like