Letters: JULY 11, 2014

It seems that no peace movements have the antidote, unless or until the indoctrination of hatred fermented from infancy is obliterated entirely within homes and schools in Muslim society, and replaced by grassroots movements in academia, sports, science, music, agriculture, medicine and business ventures.

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Fighting for peace

Sir, – The article “Can we fight for peace?” (The Region, June 27) by Tamara Zieve is essentially a piece of yellow journalism.

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