Peshawar Attack: A Letter from 8-year old Bilal to his Mother


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Syed Ammar memoirs

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It was a bright and a very beautiful morning in the city of Peshawar. The mid-december brought with it really cold weather. The usual morning rush hour had started. Little kids carrying school bags which were bigger and heavier than themselves were coming out of their houses. They looked funny but cute. All the kids were wearing those warm woollen hats, gloves and warm jackets.  Some were waiting for their vans alongside their parents and crying too. The mothers were , as always, persuading their kids to go to school. Their usual comforting line would be,” Beta, it’s gonna be fun, you’ll enjoy with your friends at your school, and while returning I shall prepare for you a delicious meal.” Some kids were comforted by this, while others were not. Everything seemed completely calm. The Warsak Street was filled with little and big feets making there way to their school…

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By Alexandru Nădăban Posted in 2014

2 comments on “Peshawar Attack: A Letter from 8-year old Bilal to his Mother

    • A fiction, but based on a very objective truths: the event itself. Love, death, faith and fate. A powerful drama which makes people think about their existence. Is the world becoming a better place or not? It rests in our power to change it.

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