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Shock to science! They have proved that God exists!

In the way that science is best known and acknowledged, with physical evidence and DNA, confirmation has been found that God exists.

In the DNA record, there is a message of existence that can be decoded in ancient Aramaic, the language spoken by Jesus Christ. This is a shock to scientists.

While researching the existence and functions of DNA transcripts and sequences in the human genome known as "junk DNA" (so called because of the lack of known functions in that part of DNA), scientists at the Wyoming Institute of Technology (ODP) came to know which the scientific world is utterly shocked by: linguistic experts have identified information in the form of an ancient Aramaic language containing a message "with the first rays of the morning, God created everything on earth and in heaven."

A code system was found and identified using symbols, independent strings of 28 values. Such strings, for comparison, are a system based on the structure of the composition of words in the languages ​​spoken by humans. Thereafter, the Bob Jones University team patiently began comparing these strings with those of all known languages ​​spoken in the world now, or back in history.

And, another shock. A language has been found that fits perfectly with the character of the set up breaks, the holes in the DNA sequences given to them for research. Old Aramaic! The language spoken by Jesus and most of his apostles.

Link: https://vesnik.com/node/58014

In Budapest, Roma TV "Dikh" is doing its best to break down the clichés

One of the most popular shows on Roma TV "Dikh" is the soap opera "Our Dream" - "Amaro suno" which has been aired since 2015.

Other content on this television is the most general in Roma language, followed by the gastronomy and music show.

Otherwise the neighborhood of Kishpest is one of the poorest neighborhoods in Budapest. It is located in the studio of Dikh TV, which now through its program will now be available in more than three million homes in Hungary, and will fight stereotypes.

The channel will be switched on to three major local television operators in Central European countries which will broadcast in addition to music programs and other production formats such as debates and so on.
Otherwise, Dikh TV has about twenty employees with the latest technology.

Otherwise in Hungary live between 500,000 - 800,000 Roma - between 5 and 8% of the population - who live mostly marginalized and discriminated against by the rest of society.


Link: https://www.heraldo.es/noticias/sociedad/2019/09/27/la-primera-television-gitana-del-mundo-nace-en-budapest-para-romper-cliches-1335885.html

March for tolerance of diversity in education. Classrooms are our reflection - for education without discrimination!

On the occasion of the International Day of Tolerance, the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights is organizing the eleventh March of Tolerance, which will be held on November 16, 2019 (Saturday) at 12 noon.

The march will start in front of the Museum of the City of Skopje, across Macedonia Street, to the plateau endpoint in front of the SEE University in the Old Skopje Bazaar.
 
Education and youth will be the focus of this year's International Day of Tolerance. The reasons are serious and visible on a daily basis - the most frequent perpetrators and victims of hate crimes are minors, and the rise of inter-individual violence is further compounded by the use of social networks.
 
 
At the end of the March it is planned to have several speeches by representatives of the organizations that will give their support, each in their area of ​​activity.

The event is supported by MOF, HERA, Margin Coalition, National Roma Centrum, Reactor and National Council for Gender Equality (SOZM), reads the statement of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights

Book of the Week: Romani Routes

Cultural Politics and Balkan Music in Diaspora (Oxford University Press, 2014) by Carol Silverman, Professor of Anthropology, University of Oregon

Over the past two decades, a steady stream of recordings, videos, feature films, festivals, and concerts has presented the music of Balkan Gypsies, or Roma, to Western audiences, who have greeted them with exceptional enthusiasm. Yet, as author Carol Silverman notes, “Roma are revered as musicians and reviled as people.”

In this book, Silverman introduces readers to the people and cultures who produce this music, offering a sensitive and incisive analysis of how Romani musicians address the challenges of discrimination.

Focusing on southeastern Europe then moving to the diaspora, her book examines the music within Romani communities, the lives and careers of outstanding musicians, and the marketing of music in the electronic media and “world music” concert circuit.

As both a performer and presenter on the world music circuit, Silverman has worked extensively with Romani communities for more than two decades both in their home countries and in the diaspora.

Link: https://global.oup.com/academic/product/romani-routes-9780199358847?cc=us&lang=en&fbclid=IwAR0FPNaFJ-TUljC-BV6cOGXnxyPHziuG8bI2KEHk_dp_ySKy_dUmCLrQexs#

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