On Human Fraternity Day we should call out extremism in all its forms
It is time that moderates from different cultures and religions pool their energies and start making their own, more constructive noise. This would be the greatest realization of human fraternity.
by Leah Pisar
There is no such thing as hereditary enemies. As we mark the UN-recognized International Day of Human Fraternity on February 4, this profound conviction rings truer than ever.
It was bequeathed to me by my father, Dr. Samuel Pisar, along with a warning: Remain vigilant!