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this is Ahmed beyg LIve in Karachi . .. .'m doing Masters in MASS COMMUNICATION . .the field of my future my sucess . . wants to become JOURNALIST,NEWS ANCHOR . .this field is totly my hobby . .no doubt JOURNALIST is the presenter of  our country . .



Ajmal Khan Baloch
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Its Me Muhammad Ajmal Khan Baloch, Senior Patrol Officer, National Highways & Motorways Police. Along With My Official Job, I am also doing my M. PHIL (Sociology) From University of Sindh, Jamshoro and Now-a-Days Writing my Research Dissertation/Thesis Titled: "Social Impact of Suicide Terrorism on Victims' Families With Special Focus on Rawalpindi & Islamabad".

I also have launched a seperate Website: www.victimsofterror.info to get aware our masses and to promote Love, Peace, and Humanity in our Society by eliminating Hate, Violence, and Terror.



Ali Sufyan
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36 years old
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Just want to help people whatever way possible for me.



Athar Waheed
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44 years old
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I am working on a research project on Victims Services for Victims of Terrorism in Pakistan in collaboration with International Victimology Institute, INTERVICT at Tilburg University, Netherlands. Victimology is an interdisciplinary subject that deals with causation, process and consequences of victimization in crime and abuse of power. After completion of my studies at Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad, I joined Police Service of Pakistan and served in various positions in different parts of the country. I have witnessed worst form of victimization in crime, terrorism and abuse of power. In 2006, I completed MSc. Criminology at LSE, U.K but my academic interests changed after attending an international seminar on victimology at United Nations Far East Institute of Crime Prevention, UNAFEI, Japan. Now, I have a passion to introduce this demanding subject in Pakistan. We do not have a single text yet written on this subject and there is not a single national institution working on victim’s issues of compensation, restitution, protection, participation, medical health , resettlement and much more to see the faces and feelings behind the often quoted statistical numbers of human casualties and injured by acts of terrorism. We have laws to protect criminals and terrorists but do not have basic instruments for victims’ rights.

Here, I should appreciate the efforts by Mr. Tahir Wadood Malik to start with a network for survivors/ victims of terrorism in Pakistan but a lot of work is yet pending. Almost all developed or even some developing countries have victimological forums to record the counter- narratives by victims.

Let us speak truth to terror with him.

Regards.



Carie Lemack
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Heidi
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48 years old
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I am a person who wants to help, if she can.

 

 



Hilal Sezgin
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25 years old
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Labiba
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44 years old
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Maria Hussain
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28 years old

Munazzah Iqbal
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26 years old

Saad Mohammad
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Salim Aziz
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52 years old
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I want to support your efforts in caring for the victims of terrorism. We are with you and would like to help to the best of our capabilities.



Shafqat Ali Khan
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I am working with UN-OCHA in ISL office. I would love to be a part of anti terrorism alliance. I wanted to have a peace in my country. 



Sohail Ahmad
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39 years old

Syed Ameer Ali
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Usman Shah
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33 years old

Zeeshan
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I am a Survivor of bombing In International Islamic University in 2009,islamabad Pakistan



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mmccray
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Former war photographer 1984-86 Afghan-Soviet war, medical photographer, videographer concerned about Muslim victims of terrorism. Publishes http://al-sout-al-bari.org.


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