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  • Theo Um um Shalom Suss Trickle greetings to all of you from Pakistan.

  • It is often said that we fear that which we do not know on dhe Pakistan in this particular vein is very similar because it has provoked and does provoke a visceral anxiety in the bellies of many Ah, western Seoul, especially when viewed through the monochromatic lens off turbulence and turmoil.

  • But there are many other dimensions to Pakistan on DDE, what follows is a stream of images, a series of images captured by some of Pakistan's most dynamic and young photographers, that aims to give you an alternative glimpse a look inside the hearts and minds of some ordinary Pakistani citizens.

  • Here are some of the stories they wanted us to share with you.

  • My name is Abdullah Khan.

  • I come from Peshawar.

  • I hope that you will be able to see not just my Taliban like beard, but also the richness and color off my perceptions, aspirations and dreams as rich and colorful as the satchels that I sell.

  • My name is my hair and this is my friend here.

  • Um I hope to become a vet when I grow up so that I can take care off.

  • Stray cats and dogs who wander around the streets of the village that I live in.

  • The Gilgit, northern Pakistan.

  • My name is Kailash on.

  • I like to enrich lives through technique Colored glass.

  • Madam, would you like some of those orange Bangles with the pink polka dots?

  • My name is Sam in on Dhe.

  • I'm an I.

  • D p an internally displaced person from swamp.

  • Do you see me on the other side of this fence?

  • Do I matter or really exist for you?

  • My name is Iman.

  • I am a fashion model.

  • An up and coming model from Lahore.

  • Do you see me simply smothered in Clough?

  • Or can you move beyond my veil and see me for who I truly am inside.

  • My name is Amad.

  • I've gone refugee from the Khyber Agency.

  • I have come from a place of intense darkness And that is why I want to illuminate the world.

  • My name is Bob.

  • You say my heart and drum beaters One if religion is the opium of the masses than for me Music is my one and only ganja.

  • A rising tide lifts all boats on dhe The rising tide off.

  • India's spectacular economic growth has lifted over 400 million Indians into a buoyant middle class.

  • But there are still over 650 million Indians, Pakistanis, Sri Lankans, Bangladeshis, Nepalis who remain washed up on the shores of poverty.

  • Therefore, as India and Pakistan is you and I, it behooves us to transcend our differences, to celebrate our diversity, to leverage our common humanity.

  • Our collective vision at now Jeevan, which for many of you, as you will recognise, means new life in or do and Hindi is to rejuvenate the lives of millions of low income families by providing them with affordable access to catastrophic health care.

  • Indeed, it is the emerging world's first urban H m o for the urban working poor.

  • Why should we do this?

  • As Indians and Pakistanis?

  • We are but two threads cut from the same cloth on If we for our fates are intertwined, then we believe that it is good karma.

  • It is good fortune, and for many of us are fortunes do indeed lie at the bottom of the pyramid.

  • Thank you.

  • You sent me.

  • That was fantastic.

  • I found that really moving.

  • You know, we fought hard to get at least a small Pakistani contingent to comet.

  • It was felt like it was really important.

  • They went through a lot to get here with the Pakistanis.

  • Please, just stand up.

  • Please.

  • I just really want technology, Theo.

  • Thank you.

Theo Um um Shalom Suss Trickle greetings to all of you from Pakistan.

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Asher Hasan - A Message of Peace from Pakistan

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/03/20
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