taleim.com tributes to Martyrs of “We Will Never Forget you – 16.12”.
A terrorist attack on 16 December 2014 in Peshawar, Pakistan, by seven heavily armed terrorists, which killed 150 people, including at least 134 students (innocent flowers of Pakistan), was carried out at the army-led primary and secondary schools.
At the time of the event, over 1,000 employees and students served at the Army Public School Peshawar and many of the students were military personnel pupils. In the morning, the terrorists started their assault by scale-up a wall onto the large compound. Some sources claim that they bombed their own vehicles for school guards to distract them. They took an indiscriminate shot at the main assembly hall, where a large group of students was teaching first aid and went to the classroom where they focused their fire on teachers and little innocent students who were the future of Pakistan, armed with grenades and weapons. They tried to kill only and did not try to take hostages according to official reports.
At some point, Pakistan’s Special Service Group SSG Commandos came and the assailants all bore suicide vests bordered by explosives succeeded in long-term cornering. In the confrontation, the aggressors died and some of the soldiers were wounded by the vesting. The assault lasted approximately eight hours. While it was all happening, alarmed parents gathered at the school’s gates. According to multiple sources, the gunmen killed 150 people and over 100 wounded.
Pakistani Armed Islamic Movement had assumed responsibility for the massacre. The leaders tried to justify the killing, as revenge for violent attacks on their members by the government. The most likely provocation for experienced observers was Operation Zarb-e-Azb, an anti-militant government offensive in North Waziristan, one of the tribal regions of Pakistan.
Terrorist Attack and children of Army public school:
At the time of a fire opening in Peshawar unidentified armed guerrilla school on Tuesday, at least 141 people, including 132 children and 9 school personnel, were killed.
The Peshawar Army Public School terrorist attack in Pakistan left more than 100 children dead. In one terrorist attack, it was the world’s largest death toll of children. The national and international press, high-level safety initiatives, which created a sense of fear and stress in children were implemented throughout Pakistan in all schools. After six months of a terrorist attack, the study was intended to measure the after-traumatic stress disorder in children despite the need for strict psychosocial help and recovery.
A priority on the international agenda
Children recruited and manipulated by violent extremist and terrorist organizations are victims. Multi-level abuse. Violence. During their association, they also experience extreme abuse. The community that involves ferocious methods of recruitment, enslavement, sexual harassment, disclosure Indoctrination, and psychological stress to constant terror. Sometimes in battle, they are wounded or killed. Such children may also become psychological malevolent because of their young age. Especially dangerous instruments with which children can be used by the organizations that recruited them Criminal offences, including acts of terrorism, war crimes or crimes, in some circumstances against humanity. Against humanity. Under international law, regardless of the differences in the phenomenon,
Terrorist and violent extremist organizations should consider the recruitment and abuse of children to be a significant form of violence against children. While violence against these children can vary in nature and severity from case to case.
We Will Never Forget 16th December!
For children and society as a whole the short-term and long-term consequences are serious. Violence can have catastrophic effects. It can lead to early death, particularly. Not also those kids. Those who survive the experience have to confront horrific physical and emotional wounds. In reality, there is violence their wellbeing is at risk as well as their capacity to learn and to develop into adults who can produce sound. Family and society. Families and societies. In addition, the involvement of these children with the groups includes stigma and high risk of being victims of community abuse, compliance, and afterward the armed powers and others.
taleim.com salute to the Martyrs of Peshawar victim 16th December 2014.