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(From New Straits Times (Malaysia))
THE definition of world peace may be off the radar with George Bush and Tony Blair running as nominees for the Nobel Peace Prize 2004. In their contest, war is a necessary evil in achieving peace.
But in these trying times, we need not only leaders who can shape a world population's mindset to embrace peace, but also a group of activists who champion the cause for the goodwill of everyone.
One such activist, Shirin Ebadi - the first Muslim woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize in 2003 - understands that killing is not an act of peace, and has campaigned to protect human rights at grassroots level.
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