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MOTHERS DAY POST

Life can be difficult but encouragement and guidance from parents always pays off. My mother’s persistence in educating me and my siblings really made the

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Refugees Welcome

THANK YOU, PRESIDENT BIDEN for your stand on Refugees!Thank you, President Biden for your pledge to admit more refugees to the United States in 2021.

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THE “BURDEN” OF REFUGGES.

There is often a misunderstanding about the economic impact of refugees. Over the past few years there has been an exponential rise in rhetoric against

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God is Gracious!

Life can be difficult but hard work and perseverance always pays off. • Spending two years as a child in refugee camp in India. •

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Prisoner of War

On December 31st 1971 we left the kilo refugee camp as civilian Prisoners Of War of Indian Army and Civilians Under Protective Custody of the

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16th of December 1971

What’s in a day? The 16th of December, 1971, is the day when the allied forces of India and Bangladesh were victorious over the Pakistani

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FAMOUS REFUGEES. Part -IV

Nasreddin Murat-Khan. Architect of one of the most significant national monuments: Minar-e-Pakistan. Nasreddin Murat-Khan was born in 1904 in Dagestan, in the then Russian Empire.

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FAMOUS REFUGEES. Part -III

Madeleine Albright (U.S. Secretary of State) In 1997 Madeleine Albright became the first woman to be appointed U.S. Secretary of State. The daughter of a

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The Real Heroes of My Story.

Colonel Harnam Singh was a battle-hardened military man from the British India days. He wore the crisply ironed khaki green uniform of the Indian military

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The Real Heroes of My Story.

The real heroes of my story “The Boy refugee: A Memoir from a Long-Forgotten war” were my patents Khawaja & Fatima Qureshy. They were married

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MY MOTHER’S QURAN

This Quran was one of the few possessions we took with us when my family fled our home in Narayanganj. It was given to my

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My Siblings

1968! My older brother, sister and I. We were young and had no idea what was happening around us in the then East Pakistan. Sure

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My Mother; Fatima Qureshy

My mother was born in Hyderabad Deccan in India before the partition of the subcontinent. His father was a civil servant and a Collector (Talukdar)

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Happy Days!

This picture was probably taken around 1965 in our front yard. I am on my brand new tricycle which I got for my birthday. We

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