IFLAC supports the people of EgyptPosted: 2011/02/18
IFLAC considers of historical importance the events which are taking place in the Middle East region, and particularly the democratic change which has been undertaken by the people of Egypt after 18 days of a captivating mobilization, chiefly in the El Tahrir Square in Cairo. As an institution created for promoting intercultural dialogue and understanding, IFLAC considers of utmost significance the participation in those events of young men and women of all walks of life and different beliefs, united by their will to call for democracy and freedom and for a better future for their country. We applaud the unprecedented social movement striving for Freedom, Dignity and Social Justice, and moved by values and principles which are at the heart of the IFLAC mission.
We send our sympathy and condolences to the families of all the peaceful demonstrators who lost their lives during those uprisings. May they rest in peace.
Prof. Ada Aharoni
IFLAC Founder – President