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ICRtoP Blog | Starting the RtoP Conversation | Page 2
icrtopblog.org, 15 Oct 2014 [cached]
During the conference, Mr. Fadi Abi Allam, the President of the Permanent Peace Movement emphasized that understanding and developing mechanisms for early warning and early response, as well as supporting dialogue to address misunderstandings between parties are essential to find peaceful solutions to conflict and prevent RtoP crimes.
Regional meeting on "The Risk of Acquisition and spreading the light weapons in MENA Region" - Permanent Peace Movement
www.ppm-lebanon.org, 20 Dec 2013 [cached]
Mr.Fadi Abi Allam; president of Permanent Peace Movement; emphasized the widespread availability of small arms that explains the growing acts of violence and crimes and that the purchase of weapons in political disputes is almost the equivalent of being drawn into the logic of authoritarian and repressive states.
People Building Peace - Lebanon, Media Focal Point for the Middle East and Norhtern Africa
www.peoplebuildingpeace.org, 26 Mar 2011 [cached]
After the play, Fadi Abi Allam, the director of the Permanent Peace Movement (PPM) - the NGO which had organized this day - held a very charismatic speech.
He urged the public to look back at the recent Lebanese history, saying that during the civil war the Lebanese people paid a lot.
And by now they should have learned that "violence is not a means to reach goals.
"The only way is dialogue.
"Today we're celebrating something which we're not living yet" he continued.
What is the Role of Egypt in the Negotiations of the International Arms Trade Treaty in New York? | Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights
www.eipr.org, 17 July 2012 [cached]
« The status of Palestine is of utmost importance and should not be exploited in the context of these historic negotiations: the continuous violation of international law by Israel in the context of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict should not serve as an excuse preventing the adoption of a legally-binding document that would further enforce international law, not only in the Middle East, but also worldwide, » commented Fadi Abi Allam, President of Permanent Peace Movement - Lebanon.
Lebanon: No winners in war, only victims | Mennonite Central Committee
www.mcc.org, 30 Mar 2012 [cached]
"Peace is everyone's responsibility," says Fadi Abi Allam, president and a founder of Permanent Peace Movement, an MCC partner in Lebanon. (MCC Photo/Ryan Rodrick Beiler)
"Any war, anytime, anywhere," ends with "mutual defeat," said Fadi Abi Allam, president of Permanent Peace Movement (PPM).