Scholar Inscribes Iranian Peace Message
Iranian scholar Eliza Saeedi has created an inscription in the city of Tabriz which conveys the message of peace from Iran to the world.
Saeedi has donated the inscription to the central library of Tabriz where she works as a researcher in ancient Iranian studies.
The inscription aims to dispel the false impressions created by Western media about Iran being a supporter of war and terrorism.
“It took me five years to finish the inscription and invite all nations and ethnicities to peace and friendship,” said Saeedi.
“The inscription is the first pictorial charter of human rights, which shows Iranians were the first nation to have had a human rights charter and have always been against war and violence,” she added.
Saeedi also said that she would donate a copy of the same inscription to the United Nations museum.
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This entry was posted on February 24, 2012 by carinaragno. It was filed under art, culture, enlightenment, life and was tagged with art, breaking thru propaganda, culture, Eliza Saeedi, enlightenment, inscription, Iran, Iranian scholar, message, peace, Scholar Inscribes Iranian Peace Message, UN, western media.