WNPJ Blog: 'I want to live with my family'

Kathy Kelly and Josh Brollier of Voices for Creative Nonvolence, a WNPJ member group, report from Pakistan on the WNPJ Blog: Islamabad--Abir Mohammed, a refugee from Bajaur, says that the battles which raged in his home province since 2008 have dramatically changed his life.

We met him in a crowded Islamabad café where he politely approached customers, offering to shine their shoes. He isn’t accustomed to shoeshine work. But, he needs to earn as much money as possible before reuniting with family members who await him, near Peshawar, in a tent encampment for displaced people. Read it here.