Aliya Amjad Hassan
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Violence and war

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Violence and war

Violence, violence, everywhere, all the guns did shoot,Violence, violence, everywhere, here peace is moot.Violence, violence, everywhere, death is in the news,Violence, violence, everywhere, it reached a million views.Violence, violence, everywhere, people fight on race,Violence, violence, everywhere, it is on such a fast pace.Violence, violence, everywhere, people are scared of a war,Violence, violence, everywhere, they talk about it like it didn't happen before.Violence, violence, everywhere,…See More
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What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Aid, Culture, Democracy, Development, Education, Gender, Religion, Science, Sustainability, War
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
I am a 22 year old student of Medicine currently busy with only studying. I feel that there is more to life than sitting in a corner and studying. So I hope to gain everything there is from GEN.

Aliya Amjad Hassan's Blog

Violence and war

Posted on October 18, 2018 at 9:42am 0 Comments

Violence, violence, everywhere, all the guns did shoot,



Violence, violence, everywhere, here peace is moot.



Violence, violence, everywhere, death is in the news,



Violence, violence, everywhere, it reached a million views.



Violence, violence, everywhere, people fight on race,



Violence, violence, everywhere, it is on such a fast pace.



Violence, violence, everywhere, people are scared of a war,



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