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The Third World Forum for the Culture of Just Peace

Recommendations of the Forum

Following discussions filled with a sense of responsibility, diligence, and an exploration of future ideas, the participants concluded with the following recommendations:

First, to send a letter of appreciation to His Excellency President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, President of the Arab Republic of Egypt, for his gracious patronage of the Forum, reflecting his appreciation for the benevolent efforts exerted by the Abdulaziz Saud Albabtain Cultural Foundation within the framework of a just peace culture.

Second, to commend the efforts of the late Abdulaziz Saud Albabtain, who dedicated himself, time, and resources to championing Arab causes through an enlightened and unifying culture, and to appreciate the commendable efforts of his righteous offspring in continuing to serve the civilizational project initiated by their late father, may he rest in peace.

Third, achieving just peace requires genuine political development, contemporary determination, and harnessing modern technology to serve the public interest.

Fourth, the forefront of achieving just peace lies in enlightened, quality education that must be in line with the times. Therefore, prioritizing the younger generations and providing quality education with an open curriculum is imperative.

Fifth, the economy leads development, and the role of the private sector in advancing it is vital. Therefore, nurturing economic legislation, that stimulates this diversity and regulating it through enhancing a culture of saving and investment, and harnessing it for the benefit of the public, is crucial.

Sixth, culture plays a pivotal role amidst the prevailing circumstances, which are often clouded by misinformation that manipulates public opinion and incites conflicts that fragment societies, fueling bigotry, hatred, extremism, and violence. Therefore, fostering an open and tolerant culture that embraces diversity and believes in dialogue is imperative.

Seventh, the Palestinian cause remains central to the Arab world›s consciousness, and supporting it is a national duty. This entails efforts to unify the Palestinian leadership and liberate the Palestinian discourse from regional influences that undermine the cause. Additionally, we strongly condemn the genocidal war against the Palestinian Arab people unfolding before the world›s eyes in the Gaza Strip in recent months.

Eighth, we extend our salute to the efforts exerted by the Arab Republic of Egypt for its steadfast Arab stance, and we stand in solidarity with it as it grapples with economic constraints and political and international burdens resulting from the complex Arab and regional situation.

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