Promote love, not hate

We must remember that those who attack others' because of their race do not just attack that race; they attack all of humanity.

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Published: Wed 21 Oct 2015, 12:00 AM

Last updated: Thu 22 Oct 2015, 10:43 AM

The migrant crisis in the Middle East has become a global political issue. Right-wingers are spewing hatred and prejudice for political popularity.
We must remember that those who attack others' because of their race do not just attack that race; they attack all of humanity. Their racial slurs are against all people. We must never try to match hate with hate.
But we must never hate the hate-mongers. We need to teach those who hate, that our support for the universal truths of human equality and liberty, and our respect for the dignity of humanity, is greater and larger than hate.
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