Anti-discrimination session is underway in Djibouti
Djibouti (Keydmedia) - INTERPEACE coordinated forum to discuss discrimination and how to be stopped kicked off in Djibouti.
The meeting’s top agenda is thought to be talking about minimizing the discrimination, clannish, favoritism and all bad cultural deeds not relating to religion.
Somali intellectuals present the meeting as observers so as to know the result of the conference and this private meeting is due to conclude later today.
Somali signors, including Mahamed Suleman Tubec have been invited the meeting and the participants came from across Somali residents.
Discrimination is one of obstacles paralyzed Somali culture and Somali clerics reiterated to avoid it, which could result dangerous violent.
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