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Black In White House: Is The Beginning Of A Change?

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President-elect Barack Obama will be taking oath at a time when the whole world is bleeding. Citizens of United States have made history by casting their vote in favour of Obama. Actually they have voted for  peace in the whole world. I consider the election of Barack Obama as US president the blessing of God the Great on the whole humanity.

This question is still debateable whether Barack Obama will deliver or not, but the new president has the prayers of billions of people, who have been calling for peace. He has the prayers of mothers, sisters, daughters and wives whose near and dear ones have been living in danger. This is my belief that even animals will be praying for the success of Obama for making this world a better place where one can live with peace.

Nothing is impossible in this world. If outgoing US President Bush can make the world a hell, then the incoming president Barack Obama can change this hell into paradise.

Just consider yourself in the place of Barack Obama and think what will be your first priority after reaching the White House. What you will do in the Middle East? What will be your policy in Pakistan and tribal areas? What will be your stance in relation with Iran? Will you withdraw troops from Iraq?

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I have been living in Bajaur Agency, tribal areas situated on Pak-Afghan border where a full-scale war on terrorism is being fought. Thousands of people were either killed or maimed. Thousands of people have left their homes and are now living in refugees camps. I do not know whether the people of tribal areas will get some relief after the inauguration of Barack Obama as new president.

Today I am praying to God the Great to give wisdom to the new president for providing relief to the whole humanity. I am praying with tears in my eyes for peace in the whole world. At last I want to salute all the Americans for making this decision. My dear Americans, you have really made the history.


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Muhammad Khurshid, a resident of Bajaur Agency, tribal areas situated on Pak-Afghan border is journalist by profession. He contributes articles and news stories to various online and print newspapers. His subject matter is terrorism. He is also (more...)
 

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