Monthly Archives: September 2012

Hommage national aux victimes du terrorisme

Fazal ur Rehman Afridi (President of IRESK) represented Collectif Contre le Terrorisme, France and International Alliance Against Terrorism (IAAT) at the ceremony to pay hommage to the victims of terrorism held on September 19, 2012 at Paris, France. The representatives of International Alliance Against Terrorism laid a floral wreath at the historical monument dedicated to the victims of terrorism. The fact, the President mentioned particularly, in his speech that children are the target of Terrorists, shows that the message of Collectif Contre le Terrorism (CCT) spear-headed by Afridi is gradually reaching the important governments in Europe which will pave the way for effective legislation on national and international level to protect children from the scourge of terrorism. Later, Afridi had an honour to briefly meet the president, introduced himself, shook hands and took a photo. (Communique by IRESK)

REUTERS 19 septembre 2012 – Elizabeth Pineau, édité par Emmanuel Jary

Le président François Hollande s’est engagé mercredi dans la lutte “contre toutes les formes de terrorisme”, qui fera l’objet d’un projet de loi tirant notamment les leçons des fusillades de Toulouse et Montauban, au printemps dernier.

François Hollande, Président de la République, a présidé la commémoration organisée par l’Association française des victimes du Terrorisme AfVT.org,  en présence des plus hautes autorités civiles, militaires, religieuses et diplomatiques.

La cérémonie est organisée chaque 19 septembre, était cette année marquée par le souvenir de ces assassinats perpétrés par Mohammed Merah, qui ont fait sept morts, dont trois enfants de moins de dix ans. Continue reading

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CHILDREN LIVING UNDER TERROR IN PAKISTAN- (AUGUST REPORT)

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The over-all law-in-order and terrorist related violence continue to affect the children and women of Pakistan.  According to a report, 3, 898 people including children and women were killed in terrorist violence in the first seven months of this year. According to Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP), more than 450 mutilated bodies were recovered and 1300 persons are missing during the last four years in different parts of Baluchistan Province. According to Madadgar, a Karachi-based Non-Governmental organization, 136 children were reported to be missing in Pakistan in the first 6 months of this year. Continue reading

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