April 6th, 2010
02:34 PM ET

Photo spotlight: Faces in Jalozai Refugee camp

Jalozai Refugee camp, outside of Peshawar, is one of the largest refugee camps in Pakistan. I recently visited the overcrowded camp, meeting refugees who fled fighting in Pakistan's tribal area. While there, I photographed some of the more than 100,000 people who are now taking shelter in the camp.

soundoff (5 Responses)
  1. Jahiliyaa

    Ok! Why not ask the oil rich Muslim gulf states for money to fix this situation.
    They will not give money for reasonable causes.
    They only sponsor terrorism and fight proxy wars.
    Pakistan is where the money flows in and the drugs flow out. Karachi indeed is the armpit of the world.
    Why not wait for a Muslim Oprah to come to our help? Wait that cannot happen because Islam forbids educating women or women owning TV stations.
    I feel sorry for your orphans and your kids. But your answers are with the corrupt Generals and politicians who run Napakistan.

    April 7, 2010 at 1:59 pm | Report abuse |
  2. Shiraz

    We are paying a HUGE price for our help to the US in the 80's. We will pay HUGE price again for helping the US this time around. Open your eyes! US is not our AL-LIE! May God help our leaders in Pakistan, so they in return can help Pakistani sufferig from US actions in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

    April 7, 2010 at 9:46 am | Report abuse |
  3. ALEX Cranmer

    wheres oprah when you need her to build school for underprivledged children?

    this is no laughing matter. being a highschool myself i believe that these children need a place where they can escape the violence even for just an hour or two. If we rebuild the schools in the middle east and teach these "future leaders" some english. I believe that we can bridge the gap of communications.

    April 7, 2010 at 9:32 am | Report abuse |
  4. Alma Sisco-Smith

    Mhy comment is regarding this afternoon's coverage of the 2007 shooting. I thinki this did a gret disservice to the efforts currently underway. Certainly many, like myself, may have cuaght this as something currently under way. Given the passionate and compelling questions of the retired general by the newscaster, it appeared for most of the coverage that the shootings were occuring now. It was a relief to hear – at last – the reied general saying the story needed to be put in context; that the conflict had occurred in 200y7 and that prior to our viewing the filming, our agents on the ground had been engaged in a 4 hrs conflict involving shootings.

    Is it important for the military to review past actions and practices – yes. Is it necessary for this to be aired in a manner that puts the public in the position of making juddgments about conditions over which we DO NOT HAVE full and accurate information – NO.

    CNN you do a gret job with reporting facts and staying away froom the typical hyperbole and reactionary reporting of so many other newscasts and newscasters. Stick with what you do best. Don't go down that path of exploiting the news.

    This was most upsetting.

    April 6, 2010 at 5:10 pm | Report abuse |
  5. Abdul Aziz Mohmand

    Al-Qaeda has spent money for Afghan and Pakistani children for Jihad. Al-Qaeda opened academies for their training and education and major reason was poverty of these people. If we try to pick these children for better education and training than they can live even in USA and rest of the world. Now Taliban are killing these innocent children and damaging their school.
    We should stress on their education and English should be from class one to up.

    April 6, 2010 at 3:08 pm | Report abuse |