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Noor-e-Sahar

Pakistanmirpurkhas, Pakistan

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August 14, 2010

Noor-e-Sahar

About Me: 

I am a 19 year old girl born in the small town of Pakistan. I have grown up with the increasing corruption and decreasing peace of my beloved Pakistan. I love my Country and always wanted to see it in peace, But my visit to USA for one year as an exchanged student brought a turning point to my life and i learnt to not to be limited to just my own country. I learnt that corruption or injustice is being done to almost every nation. If We Muslims are being killed just in innocense, there were several thousands of american soldiers who got killed in the war fighting with the spirit of defending their country. I learnt that not any nation is good or bad and not a single nation in the world should be judged by the way its government meets the world. My goal of life now is to make people aware of these global crises that are building to draw boundaries in the hearts of local national people on the bases of religion or nationality. I am a Pakistani but I love my USA, my second homeland and My American Mom, Dad and Community who hosted me... I am a Pakistani Muslim and America is my homeland.

My Passions: 
My country My Pakistan
My Challenges: 
Being a Girl
My Vision for the Future: 
Peace, love, Happiness
My Areas of Expertise: 
Public Speaking
My Languages: 
Urdu, english

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