Archives for posts with tag: GlobalCitizen

Austria to Bosnia Diplomatic Connection
By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey

It was not the “Muslim majority” countries or the super-power that projected freedom as its international commitment. Bosnia & Herzegovina’s (BiH) first true diplomatic friend was Austria and this robust support was much due to a tireless friend Alois Mock, who passed, (June 1, 2017.) — READ MORE —
http://diplomatartist.com/austria-to-bosnia-diplomatic-connection/

Forgotten #Children as World Ignores a Current #Genocide
By, Susan Sacirbey – DiplomatArtist.com
Where is our humanity for the Rohingya?

 

What #Pet for #Trump‘s White House?
From DiplomatArtist.com & Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey
Read MORE about “Cher Ami” a homing pigeon whose service to America almost surely saved more than 500 lives during World War I & who lost an eye & a leg for our freedom — a true American Immigrant war hero.
http://diplomatartist.com/what-pet-for-trumps-white-house/

What #Pet for #Trumps‘s White House? via Huffington Post
By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey
Bond between American Presidents and their pets has helped humanize both the Commander in Chief and animal. What though if the President-Elect has never really had a pet and is not particularly inclined to such a relationship? (Read More and Listen to Cat Stevens “I Love My Dog.”)
Black & Blue Lives Matter
From DiplomatArtist.com – Read social justice activist, aspiring journalist Annie Jennemann (Senior at Affton High School – St. Louis) special interview with Lt. Gerald Lohr. The main idea of the interview was to learn about the viewpoints of law enforcers, the movements sparked from the Michael Brown Case, and “the other side”.
The struggle of the Standing Rock Sioux & the incredible unity on display right now by Native American tribes from across the land is inspiring the world. American Muslim communities stand with you for the sacred, for the water, for the Earth, and for human dignity. I recommend reading this complete article. – Susan Sacirbey
As a footnote, a most relevant quote by Edward Abbey: “No, wilderness is not a luxury, but a necessity of the human spirit, and as vital to our lives as water and good bread. A civilization which destroys what little remains of the wild, the spare, the original, is cutting itself off from its origins and betraying the principle of civilization itself.”
In Majority-Muslim Bosnia & Herzegovina, a Small Jewish Community Still Thrives
DiplomatArtist.com shares a message of hope coming from Bosnia & Herzegovina. We are all Americans – Jews, Muslims, Christians, Hindus, Buddhists, atheists, etc. and should also be reminded of the Global Citizen in all of us.