It is confirmed that Israeli President Shimon Peres and famous pop singer Shakira attended the third Presidential Conference in Jerusalem on Tuesday, and it is also reported that their conference is related about the optimistic message of harmony. The conference is entitled “Facing tomorrow” and it was a focal point on the imperative subjects.
Shakira be present at this conference as a concern ambassador on behalf of UNICEF. Peres thanked to Shakira and said that people of the world respect and like the artists like her. She brings hope for them and she presented this world better. He also said that her singing is a message for all; needy and poor people get hope from her singing. He suggested to her that raise her voice for the younger’s.
At that event, Shakira was wearing tight-fitting dress, she was looking shinning star over there, and everyone was giving her compliments. After that she gave her address and said, she is sure about that education is curable in poverty and aggression. She also said that she is happy for the thing about investing in education will imitate on an entire community. For the world peace it will be good for all.
As reported that in 2003, she wanted to make a non-profit organization for every child in her homeland Colombia.
When she visited a local grade school, where Israeli Arabs and Jews learn together in a peaceful atmosphere, she was so happy and said that it is looking and feeling very beautiful that everyone is treated like a team. She also said that I this time world am facing so many problems like global warming, illness, inequality so people must act like a team and win the match of problems.
In this three days event top-notch local and international political, economic, intellectual, scientific and entertainment figures are participating. Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales; American comedienne Sarah Silverman; French philosopher Bernard- Henri Levy; Harvard University president Larry Summers; and partner and senior investment strategist are included in the speakers of that event.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is due to address the conference’s closing panel on Thursday.