The world condemns Peshawar massacre

The Presidents of Russia, Iran and PMs of Nepal, Japan expressed grief, sorrow over loss of precious lives.

World leaders continue to condemn the horrible attack on a school in Peshawar.

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Peshawar school attack – the inhuman side of TTP

(By Afshaq Yusufzai, Peshawar and Richard Spencer) The wounded children of Peshawar Army Public School paid tributes to the teachers who died saving their lives yesterday as Pakistan woke to the Taliban massacre’s full horror.

Nine staff members, including the headmistress, were killed in the attack, along with more than 130 pupils. As . . . → Read More: Peshawar school attack – the inhuman side of TTP

Taliban’s senseless desperation behind their brutality

By David Rothkopf

Why the Taliban can’t win in its fight against the future — and other bad omens for 2015.

Jihadis are waging the most futile war possible. Perhaps that explains the senseless desperation behind their brutality. They are not battling America or the West or regimes that seek to end their violence. Rather, . . . → Read More: Taliban’s senseless desperation behind their brutality

Army starts retaliatory operations against terrorists

Initial reports reveal Peshawar attack was planned in first week of Dec by Mullah Fazlullah

Pakistan Army struck back at Islamist terrorists on Wednesday evening by killing at least 57 militants in Khyber Agency’s Tirah Valley in airstrikes, as police investigators revealed that the attack on the Army Public School in Peshawar had been planned . . . → Read More: Army starts retaliatory operations against terrorists

Pakistani Student’s Association at NYU – mourns Peshawar attack victims

Candle Light Vigil for Peshawar Event in New York

5 Avenue, Waverly Place, West 4th and MacDougal Streets, New York Tuesday 16 December 2014, 18:00 Organized by : Mahin Shamsi

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TTP’s choice of target has a deadly symbolic meaning

Pakistan is no stranger to militant attacks, but the brutal assault that left at least 132 children dead at an army-run school in Peshawar on Tuesday shocked the nation.

It also drew international condemnation, from the likes of U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, U.S. President Barack Obama and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

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Army Public School Peshawar – A story retold

Once you enter the gates of the school, there is a long straight road ahead of you, with a playground to the right of the road and the school wall to the left. Perhaps it would not seem so long now, 13 years later.

In my mind’s eye, the length of the road remains the . . . → Read More: Army Public School Peshawar – A story retold

The one who gave their lives to save the children

Stand Up for Pakistan

Ms. Afsha Ahmed

“How can this Nation fail with such brave mothers and sisters.Heart touching and inspirational story. May Allah shower His Countless Blessings on this sisters and the ones for whom she laid her life and was burnt by barbarians” Another pupil told how he watched his female . . . → Read More: The one who gave their lives to save the children

Taliban – The origins

Taliban militants stormed an army public school in the northern city of Peshawar, killing over 100, including many young students. It is believed up to 10 militants took part in the attack, dressed as soldiers to first infiltrate the school’s grounds before beginning the attack.

While the details of the attack are forthcoming, the background . . . → Read More: Taliban – The origins

Pakistan Army – Our last hope

As I write this piece . I write this with a heavy heart that today as a Pakistani. My belief in the current political set up has been reduced to almost Zero. They continue fighting each other on seats, ministries , rigging, money , power and the post of Prime Minister Ship. What they are . . . → Read More: Pakistan Army – Our last hope