This holy Koran theology guidebook for the civilians – compiled by all humankind who understand that the holy Koran manuscript protection is a civic duty, governments responsibility, national obligation and a good story – is for messengers, prophets and broadcasters who want to know more about those urgent, terrifying and all-too-often tragic moments when the fabric of national and civic governments encounters the forces of nature.
It asserts the importance of the role of civilian rights for having apparent, Hadith scripts, Bible and other holy manuscripts in creating awareness and disseminating information about theology.
Upcoming messengers, poems commentators and broadcasters can do more than just inform and raise awareness about theology.
They can make a real difference in the way people think and act, especially now when climate change is recognized as a major challenge that will aggravate our vulnerability to the real holy manuscript theology.
Daud Abdi Daud Dimbil is an active, prominent Somali journalist.
Since 2000 he has worked with many different radio stations and newspapers from 2007 to 2017.
He is currently the founder and president of the World Federation of Intercultural Journalists (WOFIJ) and a member of the International League of Conservation Writers (ILCW).