In the past months, the Pashtun Tahafuz (Protection) Movement has been mobilizing in Pakistan’s major cities to demand basic rights for the Pashtun minority community, including the “right to live without fear” of extrajudicial killings. The Pashtuns (or Pathans) are an ethnic minority group who mostly live in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Discrimination and violence are constant
Because I don’t earn a lot and spend most of my savings in traveling to cover various locations people usually discourage me saying no one is interested in your work.
“I felt obligated towards my new family, I didn’t want to disturb their lifestyle. My uncle knew that I couldn’t say anything and he was taking advantage of it.”
Today, my dad, will replay all his cassettes and recall all the memories associated with Mr. George Michael’s songs and I will be by his side recalling mine
“I used to dream for Pakistan but I no longer do so. Instead I am too busy staying awake and making those dreams a reality.”
Visitors to the park on the evening of the suicide attack tell their stories – See more at: http://www.thefridaytimes.com/tft/and-then-there-was-a-deafening-explosion/#sthash.n5O8wjPl.eHgEENtO.dpuf
At the end of the day we must ask ourselves, is asking society to just let them live a ‘normal’ life too much to ask?
“The idea is in process and will be completed in a month, until then the execution will continue as usual as we do not want to waste time” said a South Asian engineer.
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Many due to lack of awareness and societal taboos surrounding the disease in Pakistan have to face severe consequences.