To, Mr.Ban Ki-moon The Secretary General The United Nations New York
Our Objective: Promotion of Global Peace through Democracy and Minority Rights
The message is for all peace lovers of the world
We believe in democracy, which means: • Freedom of expression along with the realization of human responsibilities • Protection of the due rights of minorities • Equality and guaranteed human rights of all individuals, irrespective of denomination, creed or religion • Tolerance and compassion for all fellow beings • Peace and harmony among the people of all walks of life • Freedom for all citizens of the world to follow their faith.
We believe that democracy will provide: • Peace and prosperity based on harmonious and mutually tolerant society • Rights to minorities all over the world • General and equal right to choose the government (based on the principle of one person, one vote) • Religious freedom, inter-faith and inter-cultural harmony • Good governance (with its main focus on public wellbeing and elimination of corruption) • Equitable distribution of power among state institutions, i.e., Executive, Legislature and Judiciary
Our Seven Point Agenda particularly focuses on World Minority Rights, i.e.:
Establishment of a credible mechanism (Minority Seat), within the UN Charter, that would safeguard the interests of minorities in all relevant UN resolutions, decisions and programs.
Designation of an annual UN Day for Peace and Harmony among Majorities and Minorities in all UN member states.
Introduction of suitable curricula in the UN University, Tokyo, and encouragement of similar programmes in schools, colleges and universities worldwide, aimed at the promotion of mutual understanding and cooperation among the majority and minority populations.
Translation and distribution of UN documents and publications in languages spoken by significantly larger segments of populations in different regions of the world "(e.g. Urdu, Bangla, Turkish, Korean and Swahili, each of which is spoken by millions of people in different countries of the world)".
Creation of reserved seats for minorities in national and provincial legislatures of member states wherever these do not exist. The provision of election to fill these seats by popular ballot in the minority communities instead of resorting to undemocratic practices wherever these have been established. And the establishment of a special committee at the United Nations to guide and monitor the member states in this regard.
Recognition of major religious festivals of minorities and their inclusion into the lists of national holidays.
Extension of due regard and respect to Prophets, Saints and other religious and spiritually venerated figures, and their protection from ridicule and other liberties taken in the media and elsewhere under the pretext of freedom of expression.
Julius Salik Founder, World Minorities Alliance
Nominee for Nobel Peace Prize & Former Federal Minister Government of Pakistan. Three time independent elected member of National Assembly
Cell: 302-5884928 (USA contact number)
David Salik, Director, Salik Peace Education Foundation
4 Snyder Lane Aston PA 19014 United States
Cell: 610-5291928 Email: email@example.com
10th April, 2014
Convener World Minorities Alliance, Convener Overseas Assembly Pakistan, Former Federal Minister and Nominee for Nobel Peace Prize Dr. J Salik has said that the incident of “Sabzi Mandi” left a question mark... See More
3rd Apri, 2014
United Nation should take serious action to secure the rights of minorities in all over the world especially in democratic countries including Pakistan, to avoid the situation like Philippine. J Salik
Convener World Minorities Alliance, Convener Overseas Assembly Pakistan, Former Federal Minister and Nominee for Nobel Peace Prize Dr. J Salik has said that it’s the basic responsibility of state to secure the rights of minorities. Whenever the rights of minorities got neglected, the situation become worst and serious results came out, he said. He said that the decision of dividing Philippine could be stopped if rights of Muslims be secured in Philippine.
2nd April, 2014
Convener World Minorities Alliance, Convener Overseas Assembly Pakistan, Former Federal Minister and Nominee for Nobel Peace Prize Dr. J Salik lead a protest against the CDA operation along with a great number of residents of slums in front of National Press Club, Islamabad today in such a bad weather and constant rain. Play cards and banners were carried by the people of slums with slogans against CDA. He said that after snatching the social and political rights of minorities, now the conspiracy is to snatch the shelter of poor residents of slums even to make them homeless and deprived, while he was addressing to the people. It’s not only a very selfish and wrong decision but the words used for minorities by CDA are also very hateful and non-tolerating in which CDA said that the residents of slums should be sent to their native towns by loading them in trucks, he said. He said that these poor people of slums are residing here for last forty years and it is their native town..
26th March, 2014
Convener World Minorities Alliance, Convener Overseas Assembly Pakistan, Former Federal Minister and Nominee for Nobel Peace Prize Dr. J Salik lead a protest against the CDA operation along with a great number of residents of slums in front of National Press Club, Islamabad. Play cards and banners were carried by the people of slums with slogans against CDA.
March 21, 2014
The Christian residents of Islamabad Slum (katchi abadis) have announced “Jail Bharo Movement”
This Movement will run on nationwide level – JSalik
Former Federal Minister, Convenor World Minorities Alliance JSalik has announced “Jail Bharo Movement”
A convention was held in a slum, thousands of residents and the people from different walk of life were present there. At the occasion JSalik said that their homes are their ‘Pakistan’, and if their homes will be demolished, these poor residents will start the Movement and will present themselves for arrest as protest. He added, this Movement will run on nationwide level.
6th March, 2014
J Salik met Chairman Council of Islamic Ideology, Maulana Mohammad Khan Sheerani
Convener World Minorities Alliance, Convener Overseas Assembly Pakistan, Former Federal Minister and Nominee for Nobel Peace Prize Dr. J Salik met Chairman, Council of Islamic Ideology Maulana Mohammad Khan Sheerani today, after a long time of twenty one years. He gave a letter in Council of Islamic Ideology on the issue of liquor taxes. He also gave a petition in Supreme Court of Pakistan on the same issue as well.
J.Salik condolence overARY Chairman Haji Muhammad Razaq's death
17th Feb, 2014
Convener World Minorities Alliance, Convener Overseas Assembly Pakistan, Former Federal Minister and Nominee for Nobel Peace Prize Dr. J Salik strongly condemned the brutal killing of 133 Muslim children in Central African Republic. The attack on innocent children of Muslim community is not tolerable at all, and it should be stopped now, he said. He said that Majority should support minorities, should take care of the rights of minorities and such sort of disputes could not be allowed at any cost. UNO should take step to stop the conflict between Christians and Muslims, which is constantly destructing the two nations for last two months, he said. Dr. J Salik demanded to make a form for the accountability of countries that are constantly unable to resolve such sort of majority-minority clashes, where the leadership should rewarded or punished, by UNO, the leadership has no right of government if it is badly failed to stop that sort of incidents. He prayed for the families of blameless children of Muslim community.
Mr & Mrs JSalik is going to celebrate this Christmas with prisoners of Adyala Jail. They will pay their prayers in Adyala Jail Church Rawalpindi and will share the happiness of Christmas with the prisoners by following Jesus Christ's preaching:
“The Spirit of the Lord is on Me. He has put His hand on Me to preach the Good News to poor people. He has sent Me to heal those with a sad heart. He has sent Me to tell those who are being held that they can go free. He has sent Me to make the blind to see and to free those who are held because of trouble. (Luke 4: 18)