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    These 12 Nationals Are Breaking Common Myths & Barriers About their countries for ED’s International Brotherhood Campaign

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    October 26, 2015

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    We live in a world that has narrowed into a neighborhood before it has broadened into a brotherhood.

    -Lyndon B. Johnson

     

    Be it the Syrian refugee tragedy, Israel – Palestine standoff or countries competing to nuke each other out, there is a pressing need for the world to be united as one big international brotherhood.

    Borders and nations were devised for better governance, not to keep humanity out.

    There have been positive signs off late; the entire world coming to Nepal’s aid in the face of the earthquake, the prayers for Greece during its fiscal crisis, and as recent as today, Geeta’s return to her homeland after a Pakistani family graciously hosted her for 15 years.

    With that sentiment in mind, ED wants to build an international brotherhood, to know our fellow earthlings better.

    And what better way than to ask them to help us shed some preconceived notions and false myths about them?

    Buckle up for this short trip around the world with the #EDBrotherhoodCampaign. 

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    Do you feel the love these gorgeous people are sending across to you?

    Share some more with us here, we are waiting to see this grow beyond just a few nations. 

    And Mr. Modi, thank you for taking initiatives to strengthen India’s foreign relations.


    Co-author: Pratishtha Mahajan

    Inputs: Anshika Sabhani, Vedant Kabra, Abhinav Jain

    Views presented in the article are those of the author and not of ED.

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