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The virus shows that nothing short of a miracle can stop it. And it is a lesson for humans who have come to believe in their supremacy over other creatures. So if the lesson isn’t learnt, praying for the virus to end is quite a futile attempt
Instead prayers should be said for the corrupt to change their mindset. The world’s incumbent leaders also need prayers so that they can fight for equality and universal healthcare instead of creating divisions and fueling disharmony on the basis of caste religion ethnicity etc
And the biggest lesson of course is to do away with wars and weapons because they don’t serve any good. The virus shows that an invisible organism is more powerful than all the weapons of the world
HCHF has invited religious leaders and faithful around the world to a day of fasting, prayers and supplications for "the good of all humanity" and "an end to the COVID-19 pandemic."
The ministry also announced the total number of recovered cases of coronavirus has reached 933 with 81 cases fully recovered today after receiving treatment.
The UAE is joining the world today in celebrating the annual World book and Copyright Day on 23rd April, which was launched by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation, UNESCO.
The UAE’s national campaign aimed at supporting volunteer efforts at the state level, harnessing the expertise, skills and talents of community members and involving them in the volunteering process has proved hugely successful.
The protests in the US show that finally the masses have realised that the power is with them and not with the single man at the centre, even though he holds the highest position in the country.
President Donald Trump’s announcement last week that he would terminate US membership in the World Health Organisation is but the latest in a long list of decisions he has made to walk away from international institutions and agreements.
Thirty-one years ago, on 4 June 1989, at 1am local time, the Chinese army moved violently against a pro-democracy, student-led movement voicing requests for deep reforms in Beijing: from a free press to increased political participation.