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The Canadian Human Rights International Organization (CHRIO) Condemns Massacre in Pakistan

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

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The international community has reacted indignantly to the brutality of the aggressors..."

Once again, the Right to Life, affirmed in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), has been violated in Pakistan, where Islamic extremists killed 141 school children in the city of Peshawar on December 16, 2014.

The attack on the school facilities is one of the most painful in the history of Pakistan and constitutes a crime against humanity.

The perpetrators of this tragedy, about six members of the Group Tehrik - e-Taliban were killed by Pakistani soldiers after committing the massive crime. The extremists were enraged with the children, opposing their formal education in public schools.

The international community has reacted indignantly to the brutality of the aggressors, who justified their crimes to defend their religious radicalism and the irrationality that execute their deadly actions.

Even the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousuf, from Pakistan, who miraculously survived an attempt against her life for defending the right to education for girls in her country,  spoke out against this human abomination.

In accordance with its main objective: to defend human rights and attached to international laws on this matter, The Canadian Human Rights International Organization (CHRIO), with its main offices in Toronto, Canada, joins the voices of condemnation that have risen around the world to repudiate this criminal action of Islamic extremists in Pakistan.

At the same time, urges the government of that nation to join forces to eradicate terrorism from Pakistani extremist groups, in order to ensure the rule of law in which citizens are not frightened by the armed vandals and schools are protected by military personnel in order to avoid the occurrence of these barbarous acts in the future.

CHRIO joins in the pain of the families of the victims and calls for the establishment of a climate of peace and security that will ensure the education of children in Pakistan and the protection of minorities.

Toronto, December 18, 2014

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