For children to know peace and its value, this was the main goal of the implementation of young volunteers of two murals at Al-Sa’ada (the Happiness) and Al-Basma (the Smile) Schools in the center of Hawija district, with the participation of students in putting their prints inside the logo of peace to prove that they adopt a culture of peace, renounce extremism and are coming to life. Their fingerprints on the wall will continue to remind them and their colleagues of the spirit of peace and the impact of their participation in its dissemination.




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