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Sunday 21 December 2014

As an Afghan, the barbaric slaughter of school children in Peshawar was a reminder of the every day carnage of innocent Afghans by the same extremist groups who have continued killing their own Muslim brothers and sisters for decades now. As I was reading the news and following the unfolding of the events on social media, I was confronted with many reports and opinions that inspired me to share my thoughts with my Afghan fellows and the youth in Pakistan.

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Bilal stands in a side of a dustily bumpy road, staring at vehicles passing by. With the wind's freezing and cold waves beating down his face and hands – made them cracked and red. The 13-year old fills up giant buckets with frozen water from the tank. For the past seven months, Bilal has worked 7 days a week, 10 hours a day. From sunrise to sunset, he labors with a car wash shop miles away from home.

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Escalating insecurities in Syria and Iraq have once again highlighted the dilemma of humanitarian intervention. Even though the globalized, trans-border, trans-linguistic world of neoliberal ideals has tremendously challenged the traditional ideas in international relations, the concepts of nation-state, national interest and sovereignty remain prominent, creating blurred lines and extensive confusion about issues such as humanitarian intervention.

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