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Ep. 112: Two Generations Talk Peace Beyond Borders

Ep. 112

Atty. Salma Rasul initiates a thoughtful dialogue with the younger generation to address their perspectives on peace and conflict. The two engage in a meaningful conversation about the Hamas-Israel war and its significant impact on citizens, while also issuing a call to action for everyone to contribute to a more peaceful world.


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