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Peace Banner against War at PFS Hall

 
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PFS students holding the 60 metre banner bearing 1600 handprints and signatures.

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The peace banner hung on the school fence in the main entrance.

 

The peace banner handprint campaign, initiated by the school’s Persatuan Pelajar Islam  in support of Aman Malaysia, signifies the students’ hope for peace in the world.

The idea to stamp handprint on a large banner was mooted by Form 5 students Johan Dzulkifli and Mohd Amirul Aswad. The 60 meter long banner bearing 1600 handprints and signatures of students, teachers and parents protesting against war in Iraq is hung across the entrance of the school.

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The principal, Mr. Arabi Sulaiman also stamped his handprint on the banner when opening the peace programme at the school hall on Monday, 17th March 2003.

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