FUTURE GLOBAL NETWORK FOUNDATION (FGN)

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FUTURE GLOBAL NETWORK FOUNDATION
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Jalan Prima SG 3
PRIMA SRI GOMBAK
68100 Batu Caves, SELANGOR


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Email: globalfgn@gmail.com

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Future Global Network (FGN), a network of NGOs for Peace and Justice of humanity, wish to convey our Solemn Prayers and Greetings for a Peaceful and Harmonious New ‘2008’ Year.
 
Looking back to the previous Year 2007, we could only lament at the sky-rocketing prices of oil and other prime commodities. On the other hand, the world has breathed a sigh of relief with the freezing of Iran’s and North Korea’s, nuclear programs, respectively thus removing two of the apparent contemporary flash points that had threatened peace and stability not only in those parts of the world, but also on the international scene.

 
MNLF - GRP: Refine the FPA or Back to Original Objective? PDF Print E-mail
24 November 2007, Future Global Network (FGN), an NGO dedicated to peace and solidarity of humanity, registers its support for the ‘revival’ of the peace accord between the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) and the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) held in Jeddah , Saudi Arabia under the auspices of the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) on November 10-12, 2007. As a concerned Muslim Non-Government Organization (NGO), FGN has been supportive of the 1996 Final Peace Accord, since the undersigned was then president of the Muslim Youth Movement of Malaysia (ABIM).
 
Revisiting The “9-11 Carnage: Cui Bono”? PDF Print E-mail
11 September 2007, Future Global Network (FGN), a Malaysian based Regional Network of Muslim NGOs dedicated to the peaceful coexistence of humanity, takes a second serious look at the sensational event that took place on this date in 2001.
 
FGN Supports Iran’s Right To Develop Nuclear Technology PDF Print E-mail
28 September 2007,  Future Global Network (FGN), a network of non-governmental organizations in Malaysia, dedicated to the peaceful co-existence of humanity, fully supports the inherent rights of the Islamic Republic of Iran to develop its own Nuclear Power Plant for peaceful purposes.
 
FGN Welcomes Gul’s Election As Turkey’s New President PDF Print E-mail
10 September 2007, Future Global Network (FGN), a Malaysian based Regional Network of Muslim NGOs, dedicated to the peaceful co-existence of humanity, hails the election of Turkey’s Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul to the presidency of Turkey as a victory of the whole Turkish people. Having prominently figured as one of the country’s leading politician and statesman, and was always leading in the previous two rounds of the election process, Mr. Gul highly deserves the post.
 
 
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