Tragedy of the Youngest Angel Martyred in Peshawar School Carnage

Tragedy with the Youngest Angel of Peshawar School Attack |

Tragedy with the Youngest Angel of Peshawar School Attack |

ISLAMABAD – Khola Altaf, five, was killed in massacre during her first day at school. Khola Altaf five-year-old girl has been named as the youngest of 132 innocent children slaughtered to death by depraved Taliban gunmen at a school in Pakistan.

Young Khola Altaf is understood to have been on only her first day at the school’s kindergarten when terrorists stormed the Army Public School in Peshawar and launched a three-hour bloodshed.

The little girl was reportedly shot at point blank range – despite alleged instructions from Taliban commanders not to kill ‘small children’.

Tragedy of the Youngest Angel Martyred in Peshawar School Carnage |

Mourning friends and family lined the street of Mansehra, Pakistan, to pay their respects to 7-year-old Khola Altaf, the youngest victim of Tuesday’s terror attack on the Army Military School in Peshawar

Hundreds of mourners lined the street at her home in Mansehra to pay their respects to the youngest victim of Tuesday’s massacre.

The details come as it emerged that the gunmen who carried out the bloody attack had contacted their commanders to ask: ‘We have killed all the children, now what do we do?’.

Having burst in using machine guns and rocket launchers, the six men were instructed to await the arrival of soldiers before detonating their suicide vests, according to a security official citing unspecified intelligence gathered on site.

Khola’s father Altaf Hussain is still in hospital and does not know about the death of his angel. Altaf was a senior teacher at Army Public School. Family members told him that Khola is admitted in Combine Military Hospital Peshawar. Other two Children of Altaf, Shubaib and Samar were safely rescue by the Pakistan Army from the school.

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Ummer Faizan

Ummer Faizan is currently working as a Web Producer at Pakistan Tribe's Islamabad Office. He is the Mass Communication undergrad and holds keen interest in analyzing current state of affairs with the perspective of Pakistani youth.

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