"satire" October 2014
"Boko Haram have thanked Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai for her role in helping mediate a landmark ceasefire deal between the group and the Nigerian army.
Nigerian media announced on Friday that the militant group, which has been responsible for the deaths of thousands of people since 2009, had reached an agreement with the Nigerian army, which would include the release of the estimated 200 schoolgirls abducted earlier this year.
“Malala appeared to our leader [Abubakar Shekau] in a dream and said that kidnapping girls was not the answer,” an unnamed spokesperson said on a video released by the group.
“We will go back to focusing on restricting boys education, because there is less stress in that industry,” he said." ·
In a new book, Nobels vilje, Fredrik S. Heffermehl, a Norwegian lawyer and peace activist, delivers undisputable evidence that Nobel intended to support the "Champions of peace", he wished to reward the struggle to end wars through an international order ·
"The Book and Discussion Forum for Networked Activists"; the book was Edited by Jon Lebkowsky and Mitch Ratcliffe. but the discussion in the forum, which started 2004, seems to have died last year. The book contains "Emergent Democracy" by Joi Ito. ; ·