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To The Honourable Members Of The Norwegian Nobel Committee
To The Director Of The Norwegian Nobel Institute
Your Honorable Chairman Gunnar Berge,
Your Honourable Deputy Chairman Gunnar Johan Stalsett,
Your Honourable Committee Member Hanna Kristine Kvanmo,
Your Honourable Committee Member Sissel Marie Ronbeck,
Your Honourable Committee Member Inger-MarieYtterhorn,
Your Honourable Secretary Geir Lundestad,
According to the Will of Alfred Bernhard Nobel, The Nobel Peace Prizeshould be attributed to the person who shall have done the most or the best work for fraternity between the nations, for the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding and promotion of peace congresses.
However a difficult task, this has happened time and again with theaccuracy needed to command the respect it deserves worldwide.
To maintain this spirit, the signatories of this document are urging theHonourable Norwegian Nobel Committee to reconsider its partial 1994 award to Yasser Arafat.
We believe this to be an unavoidable proceeding because of :
Mr. Arafat's obvious use of dictatorial violence to impose hisauthority on his own people; Mr. Arafat's clear return to his life-long use of terrorism and violence to settle his feud with the state of Israel; Mr. Arafat's use of violent, vindictive, bellicose and warmongering language in public; Mr. Arafat's clear and unequivocal support for, and alliance with terrorist groups (Islamic Jihad, Hezbollah, ...)
Mr. Arafat's use of children as shields to his own militia for thesake of propaganda in the media, resulting in many injuries and deaths amidst his own people.
For the sake of The Nobel Cause and the untouched authority of the NobelPeace Prize,
To prevent for this major event to loose its good influence,To keep the dynamics of Peace alive around the world, Out of respect for all those who commit themselves daily for Peace, for the laureates of the Nobel Peace Prize since Jean Henri Dunant and Frederic Passy in 1901 and for Alfred Bernhard Nobel himself.
For the sake of Peace,