peshawar school attack
Ideas are what cause nations to collapse or rejuvenate. It is ideas and ideology that help people to overcome the barriers in front of them. But ideas need good leadership to spread them effectively. Over history, we have seen how ideas can change people's thinking and endure throughout time, being handed down from one generation to another.
Pupils are returning to school this week in Peshawar for the first time following a massacre in which more than 150 students and teachers were killed.
A boy from the school where nearly 150 children were murdered by the Pakistani Taliban has posted two moving images showing
Clutching their parents' hands tightly, Pakistani children have returned to the school where Taliban gunmen killed 150 of
It is time to choose between frenzy and rationality; between revenge and justice; between short term political mileage and long term solution; between national interests and cosmopolitanism. Our choice will determine the shape of the twenty-first century. Perhaps remembering that it is a tale of two cities' pain - one in the heart of a Muslim society and the other in the heart of the West - can help make the right choices.
British boxing champion Amir Khan has become the latest star to lend a hand to the Peshawar school were children were massacred
Yes, there is immediate action that needs to be taken to manage the current atrocities that people are suffering, but we also need a long-term plan. A plan that our current education system is not executing. This plan not only needs to take into consideration intellect, but it needs to place a heavy focus on the heart. It's not just about 'out there' and changing society, but rather the focus begins with each one of us taking a deep look within.
Whilst there is absolutely no justification for the killing of women and children in Islam, Muslim leaders have made the all-too-common mistake of apologising and condemning a crime which was not carried out in the name of religion. Rather, the unfortunate event that occurred was as a result of an ongoing cycle of violence that began in 2001.
After the terrible massacre yesterday at Peshawar's Army Public School a three-day nationwide mourning begins in Pakistan
The Taliban fighters who stormed a military-run school in Pakistan and murdered over 140 people - most of them children - can