Crimes Against Culture

The Great Sphinx in front of the Pyramid of Khafre (est 2560 BCE).

Across the world, violent extremists are destroying ancient shrines and cultural sites long revered by both Muslims and non-Muslims. Militants are also targeting cultural thought leaders who have historically championed pluralism, and denounced intolerance.

The overwhelming majority of Muslims and non-Muslims around the world repudiate these acts of violence.

In an effort to heighten public awareness of this critical issue, WORDE’s “Crimes against Culture” is a campaign to inform, equip, and mobilize communities to take a peaceful stand against this threat.
Four Ways to Get Involved:

1. Why Care?
2. Inform Yourself
3. Act Now!
4. Speak Your Mind (blog about it)

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