A Survivor’s Little Death

the aftermath of living through a 2014 terrorist bombing

Lockdown in Karachi

Until the tragedy reaches you, it will remain someone else’s problem.

The Red Storm

On the mosque attacks of May 28, 2010.

The Men Who Bring Guns

We didn't think we understood Tunisia. We understood more than we knew.

My High School Chemistry Teacher, the Terrorist

He wore only cargo pants. Though no one said it, out of respect for his PhD (which might have been fake, for all we know), he was a horrid teacher.

By the riverside

You call everyone who is not near you—and that is, well, everyone.

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The Blast Happened at 3:26 p.m.

I started to panic, but S talked me through it, told me to hold the panic small and tight until we got indoors. I managed because she was holding me.