South Asia is home to over one fifth of the world’s population, making it the most populous geographical region.It has often seen conflicts, political instability and wars. Now, it's time to make lasting peace in the region.
Location: PESHAWAR, NWFP, PAKISTAN
Latest Activity: Jun 17, 2011
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Children,abandoned to their fate the war, when they die by bullet, dying of hunger and cold today --- 90 killed half of them children - My heart cries --- is to blame the warlords, by innocent death, heavy weapons, war uneven ---
Asia ---DISARM-DISARM-DISARM-DISARM- Turn your swords and weapons in another activity
International Day Of Peace September 21, 2009
Día Internacional de la Paz 21 de septiembre 2009
Búsqueda de la paz "La ambición y la codicia, si bien no es sinónimo, confuso, a veces con la naturaleza humana. Las guerras "modernas" que estamos presenciando hoy en día, en la comodidad de nuestro sofá, la distancia de un comando, no nos a mirar la realidad como lo pintan. "
Peace in Pakistan, religious intolerance, "This is not the work of Muslims." A group of extremists "playing against each other causing the hate, the chaos in the world, peace for the minorities, eas children, the elderly and patients who can not defend himself - Enough of terrorism, wars, Clicia Pavan---Namaste
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