Arnold Roth ▪ www.kerenmalki.org 4 The Madrid Declaration 2004 “Terrorism is never justifiable... Whatever its form, terrorism is always an unjust and unjustified, cruel, abominable and repulsive crime. It is an affront to the most basic rights of individuals and communities…”
Arnold Roth ▪ www.kerenmalki.org 20 “Any action constitutes terrorism if it is intended to cause death or serious bodily harm to civilians or noncombatants with the purpose of intimidating a population or compelling a government or an international organization to do or abstain from doing any act.”
Arnold Roth ▪ www.kerenmalki.org 28 The Madrid Declaration 2004 “As victims of terrorism we do not want revenge or retaliation. What we do want is freedom for future generations from the suffering that, unfortunately, so many of us have had to endure either directly or indirectly in finding that one day we had become victims of the cruelty of these criminals. We are convinced that by standing side by side, government leaders and everyday citizens, with our determination and teamwork, we can overcome the suffering and breath life into the hope for a better world.”
Arnold Roth ▪ www.kerenmalki.org 29 He who is compassionate to the cruel will ultimately become cruel to the compassionate…
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