If people want world peace, all they have to do is share more on Facebook, well at least that's what Mark Zuckerberg said.
The chief executive officer of Facebook said that the social network's mission really focuses on 'giving everyone the power to share all of the things that they care about'.
As Zuckerberg became the first recipient of the newly established Axel Springer Award for outstanding entrepreneur personality, he told the audience that sharing more on Facebook 'makes the world more understanding'.
He told the media company's CEO, Mathias Döpfner, in an interview in Berlin that Facebook gives people the opportunity to share 'what they're thinking about, what they're experiencing on a day-to-day basis'.
The idea he says is 'that everyone has the power to share those things, then that makes the world more understanding, it helps people stay closer to the people who they love, all these good things that we value', according to Market Watch.
But despite Zuckerberg's efforts to bring the world together the Islamic State has taken his message to heart, after he attempted to exclude the group from Facebook.