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 My heart is wrenching - Why does all this happen in my country? - Op Ed

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PostSubject: My heart is wrenching - Why does all this happen in my country? - Op Ed   Wed Dec 17, 2014 12:08 pm




Press conference and rally at the Press Club Mardan KPK [Khyber Pakhtunkhwa], organised by SAWERA and other Civil Society organisations.


By Hena Gul, HR Manager, SAWERA


Black day, written on the blood of innocents... I always believe in love, justice, faith, as we all are common human beings.
Where should I start and what to say? I really do not have words as I have lost all words and expressions.

This is the saddest moment of my life - that today I am going to pen this blog. I could not sleep even for a while, since last night, as all the scenes of crying and screaming of children, mothers, families and relatives are in my mind.

I read face book and twitter, full of the messages against the terrorism and the black incident, and could not bear it anymore. We all are fed up from all this terror. Who could bear, and who would believe such an atrocity could happen, as the incident that happened in Pakistan on the 16th December 2014?

It is really difficult for me to say something - but where has the justice gone? Where is the comfort and peace? Why does all this happen?

The Army Public School Peshawar, Pakistan, has been targeted by the militants who killed children one by one. The day started with the usual routine, but who knew that the day would become stained with the blood of the innocent? Parents did not know that their children who were going happily off to school would never come back.
I really do not know the reasons why all this is going on. Why does all this happen in my country? What are the militants’ demands? But I just wish that at least they should not attack schools and innocent children.

Different sources say different statements. But I just know the fact that today 141 children are not among us. They left us in this cruel world and closed their eyes forever. There are a lot of questions that come to each individual’s mind.

How can a human being be so cruel like this? How can innocents be killed? What is their fault? Who is responsible for all this?

My heart is wrenching, bleeding with my children, their parents and families. All the parents and families are in my mind, but I could not do anything. I am helpless.

I wish I could grab all them in my arms and could give them some peace.
Today we are lost. Humanity is finished, and the limits have been crossed. Terrorists are terrorists regardless of their religion, caste and tribe. Terrorists have no religion.
I really do give a big salute to all those children, who unwittingly gave such a sacrifice for their nation, and also a big salute to their parents, families and relatives, as they all show such great strength and courage. In this critical situation they never step back.

I would like to call for a National Black Day in Pakistan, on the 16th December each year, so that the lives of these children are never forgotten and such an incident is never repeated.
http://www.asafeworldforwomen.org/partners-in-pakistan/sawera/sawera-news/4752-my-heart.html

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PostSubject: Re: My heart is wrenching - Why does all this happen in my country? - Op Ed   Wed Dec 17, 2014 12:14 pm

It happened because the Al-qaeda didn't get their way through Isis, and retaliated- They all should be hung, and shot for their atrocities against humanity- I hope it is so-They do NOT deserve to breathe our air, or anyone else's-They WILL all die at the hands of the almighty in the future-
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PostSubject: Re: My heart is wrenching - Why does all this happen in my country? - Op Ed   Wed Dec 17, 2014 12:36 pm

The taliban (who did this) are NOT the same group as al-qaeda.
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PostSubject: Re: My heart is wrenching - Why does all this happen in my country? - Op Ed   Wed Dec 17, 2014 12:47 pm

One in the same- It was formed thru the Bush clan and al- Maliki, through channels-All were involved in 9/11-
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PostSubject: Re: My heart is wrenching - Why does all this happen in my country? - Op Ed   Wed Dec 17, 2014 1:28 pm

I'm not sure you're correct here. The Pakistan Taliban themselves are claiming it was in retribution for Pakistani army actions against them in north Waziristan. (It was an army school.) According to today's Times (London) the Pakistani Army claims that it has killled more than 1600 of them since June.

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Mohammed Khurasani, a Taliban spokesman said

"We selected the army's school for the attack because the governmetn is targeting our families and females. We want them to feel the pain."
(The Times 2014-12-17, page 2)

There are also suggestions that it was intended to send a message about the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to Malala Yousafzai.

As with the Afghan Taliban, this appears to be a response to a local situation. Nothing to do with what ISIS has or has not achieved in Syria and Iraq.
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PostSubject: Re: My heart is wrenching - Why does all this happen in my country? - Op Ed   Wed Dec 17, 2014 1:34 pm

I apologize, I read the wrong article- You are right- Sorry for the confusion- But, either way, the fighting and needless killings and murders need to and must stop-It will never change the results of anything whatsoever-
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PostSubject: Re: My heart is wrenching - Why does all this happen in my country? - Op Ed   Wed Dec 17, 2014 1:35 pm

Agree with you all the way there!
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