Six years ago, Nelson Mandela made a call to the next generation to take action to address the world’s social injustices. One year later, in 2009, the first Nelson Mandela International Day was celebrated, launched via unanimous decision in the UN General Assembly. Today, in our fifth year of commemoration, we continue to join the call to carry on Mandela’s legacy and to join the global movement for good.  Nelson Mandela once said, “What counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived. It is what difference we have made to the lives of others that will determine the significance of the life we lead.”

Let's Make Every Day, a #MandelaDay
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I hope that my message will receive an open ear and clear heart and a human feeling, it looks that our federal foreign policy have lost all of the above. We as a nation lost many human feelings due to the Zionist and special interest selfishness and crude politics.
We all should be ashamed as a nation for seeing the injustice in Palestine and still push billions of dollars to support the state terrorism and aggression of the called state of Israel. This is something we all will suffer internally and within our souls due to that.
I do appreciate all those who have a spine to stand against those sub human lobiests.

Thank you, 
Mohammad Qasem
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