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I wish to see a world full of mutual love, harmony, tolerance, coexistence & prosperity for now and for the next generation. I am the face of peace.

By Saeed Khan Falahi · May 02, 2015

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Saeed Khan Falahi

My name is Mohd. Abdul Saeed Khan. Popularly I am known as Saeed Khan Falahi. I am an advocate of global peace, interfaith harmony & human rights. I was born on 4th of August,1969 at Shahjahanpur, Uttar-Pradesh, India. Since my student time over 22 years ago, I am voluntarily working for peace and human rights in my country and around the world.

I support actively many national & international rights & peace organizations. I believe that each and every member of society must be made satisfied through a transparent system of protection of human rights equally. There should not be any discrimination based on color, religion, faith, creed, race and language. I wish to see a world full of mutual love, harmony, tolerance, coexistence & prosperity for now and for the next generation.

For this, I emphasize  interfaith harmony to achieve global peace. Because, To live in peace for every person, is a basic human right. A peaceful endeavor, in which there is no poverty, no conflict, no discrimination & violence.
To work for human rights, peace, harmony & coexistence is found very challenging in India as in many parts of the world. To enable all common people having a surety of protection of the right to a peaceful life is not very easy. The death penalty, misuses of existing laws with the help of dishonest police men, extreme poverty, corruption, gender violence, riots, communal polarization, hate speech, extremism, illiteracy, superstitions, social backwardness, terrorism, genocide etc. are the main hurdles in the path of building a well protected, peaceful & human rights violation free world.
I am fighting to combat these hurdles, and everyone knows it well that there are always many enemies against such people who are doing to change the world. Besides this, the opportunist politicians, clerics and the extremists of all religions who are indulging to spread hate & communal tension can never tolerate the peacemakers like me who are working tirelessly to foster peace & interfaith harmony among all the people of different faiths & beliefs. I work at gross root level among common people of all faiths because majority of common people are still illiterate & poor. So these people are misguided, misused and betrayed by those powers who are actively working against peace & harmony among all religions.

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Saeed Khan Falahi wrote about 4 years ago

Freedom of religion or Freedom of belief is a principle that supports the freedom of an individual or community, in public or private, to manifest religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship, and observance; the concept is generally recognized also to include the freedom to change religion or not to follow any religion. The freedom to leave or discontinue membership in a religion or religious group —in religious terms called "apostasy" — is also a fundamental part of religious freedom, covered by Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

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