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iPeace Pakistan

iPeace Pakistan is based in Peshawar, NWFP, where the non-violent Khudai Khidmatgar Tehrik (Red Shirt Movement) of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan was born in 1926-7. It is a place to work, pray and hope for promotion of peace, friendship, love and light.

Website: http://ipeace.me/group/ipeacepakistan
Location: Peshawar
Members: 13
Latest Activity: Jan 27, 2013

Pakistan: refugees and internally displaced persons


Pakistan is currently passing through a critical juncture of its history. The war on terror which is raging across the border in Afghanistan has been steadily and slowly spilling over into the mainland of Pakistan affecting many big cities and towns across the country.
The Pakistan government has started crackdwon against the militants holed up in a very difficult terrain in its northwestern parts bordering with Afghanistan or near it to flush them out of its soil or eliminate them. But, the military action against the militants has resulted in a massive exodus of the local population from the lush green and scenic Swat valley of the Malakanad Division, uprooting over three million people who either ended up in makeshift camps or found shelter at relatives and friends in other cities.
As the displacement is still taking place, those already thrown out of their houses have been living in tents or under the open sky in schorching heat, making it very very difficult for women, children and elderly people to cope with the hardships that fallen on them.
The operation against militants has left behind millions of horrifying stories as the internally displaced persons are running from pillar to post to find proper shelters or relief assistance from the government agencies, donors and humanitarian aid agencies, who have geared up efforts to provide assistance to the suffering humanity.
As the ordeal of the Malakand IDPs is still unfolding, more and more people have started streaming out of the Waziristan tribal region where the security forces have launched a fresh offensive against the militants. As the government is grappling with providing relief to the Malakand IDPs, it would be a Herculean task for the government to cope with the fresh displacement from the Waziristan region.
In the given circumstances facing the IDPs, what we can do for the people who have lost all property, movable or immovable in the effort to flee the conflict zone. We need to cultivate hope and trust for the hapless women and children who, so far living in the snowbound and peaceful tourist resorts, have now been forced to live and beg for sustenance. We have to prevent a whole new generation of panhandlers in the making.
Hope and Peace can be ignited in the hearts and eyes of the people who are looking forward to the day when they would be able to return to their homes and put together whatever is left behind to restart a peaceful life.

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Started by SHAHID KHATTAK. Last reply by Muhammad Khurshid Jul 13, 2009. 1 Reply

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Comment by Mahmood Iqbal on June 18, 2009 at 5:14pm
Welcome all peace activists to join the iPeace Pakistan. Your feedback would certainly lead the group to great success. Wish all of you happiness, peace, love and light. Stay blessed always. Mahmood
Comment by Patriciainsweden on June 18, 2009 at 5:13pm
Hi Mahi!

We ´re right now chatting with our friend Moud!..You´ll love all what we´ll be sharing with all the members as soon as we are ready !
Comment by Muhammad Khurshid on June 18, 2009 at 5:10pm
Welcome my dearest friend Patricia to the group. Your entry to the group is a blessing for all of us. May God the Great give you all the happiness in this life and in the life hereafter if there is any.
Comment by Muhammad Khurshid on June 18, 2009 at 4:56pm
My dearest friend Mahmood Iqbal, ipeace Pakistan is growing. Just write a few words to welcome the new members to the group. Now it has four members. I just want say welcome to all my friends in ipeace Pakistan. Your entry to the group is a blessing for me and all other Pakistanis.
Comment by Mahmood Iqbal on June 18, 2009 at 4:46pm
Thanks, Muhammad, my brother and friend, for your encouragement. Peace, love and light on you
Be Blessed Always
Comment by Muhammad Khurshid on June 18, 2009 at 4:12pm
My very very dearest friend Mahmood Iqbal, a lot of thanks for forming the group Ipeace Pakistan. It is really need of the hour that ipeace may reach Pakistan. Congratulation for introducing ipeace in Pakistan. Your this step may result into restoration of peace in Pakistan and whole world. God bless you.
 

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