The House of Yahweh has sent the following press release which calls the program "a huge success," and also details a bit more about the designed purpose of the program:
The Peaceful Solution Character Education Incorporated says that the 2014 Spring Conference on Peace, held on April 18, 2014, was a huge success. With over 800 people in attendance from 22 different countries, many of society’s most troubling topics were brought up for discussion. No topic was greater than how The House of Yahweh has shown the ability to work with people of all faiths, as expressed by one of the event’s guest speakers, Mr. Malik Obama. He is not only the older brother of U.S. President Barak Obama, but also a practicing Muslim.
In his speech, Malik Obama stated, “Let the world and everybody know that our mission is to promote peace. And our mission is to get people to come together and work as brothers and sisters.” He went on to say that “the Peaceful Solution [Character Education Program] has been proven to transcend all racial, cultural, and religious barriers, teaching the concept that when moral principles and values are applied in all aspects of life, as authored by Yisrayl Hawkins, peace can be achieved worldwide.” In closing, Mr. Obama also expressed gladness in becoming a part of the Peaceful Solution Character Education Program, and said he was looking forward to returning to The House of Yahweh very soon.
The Peaceful Solution Character Education Incorporated also holds delight with all of our Catholic and Christian friends who see the need for peace and are joining in support of the Temple movement, but even more so in supporting the Peaceful Solution Character Education Program. The Temple will stand beside the Muslim Mosque, for all the world to see, as a reminder of the first step towards true peace.
In unity, we can forever step forward together.
The above photo was provided as a part of the press release.
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