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Refugee Students In Indonesia Remember Peshawar School Attack

Thursday 18 December 2014, by Muzafar Ali

The massacre of 132 innocent students in Peshawar shocked the whole world. People around the world expressed their grief and discontent over this barbaric act.

Students from Cisarua Refugee Learning Center, West Java, Indonesia also offered their solidarity with Pakistani students and offered sincerest condolences to families of crushed flowers.

The refugee students are from Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Iran and Myanmar. All of the students, fled from violence in their countries and in search of peace, expressed their anger over this barbaric terrorists who unjustifiably killed school students. Some of the students from Pakistan said, “The situation of Pakistan is getting worse. Therefore we escaped from our country because our parents thought such incidents could take our lives”.

At the end, they observed a minute of silence in respect of those who fell victim of massacre.

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View online : http://www.hazarapeople.com/2014/12...

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