Pakistani-Americans Keeping an Eye on the Swat Valley

Pakistani immigrants worry about their homeland

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Pakistan's Swat Valley has gone from a popular summer vacation destination to a place of horror. An estimated two million people have been displaced as the Pakistani army battles Taliban militants in Swat, while Pakistani immigrants in America watch the situation anxiously. The Takeaway is taking the pulse of the Pakistani-American community with Mohammed Razvi. He’s the Executive Director of the Council of People’s Organization, a nonprofit organization serving the South Asian Community.


Mohammad Razvi

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Farai Chideya


Noel King

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