Multan City

Mostly because of the trains 😉

As real information trickles out, Tashfeen Malik did have two in person interviews – one in Pakistan and another in the United States when she applied for the green card after getting married.

She was from Multan, a large city on the main river that is the lifeblood of Pakistan.the city is much as what my acquaintance from Chicago described. The city is 6,000 years old, and frequently conquered due to its strategic location. After the partitioning of Pakistan, most Hindus, Sikhs and non-Muslims got the message and left.

It would be interesting to know if Malik spoke English. Because of British rule, the upper classes still use English.

America in 2050 after implementation of the global climate treaty

Road trip!

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1 Response to Multan City

  1. haiti222 says:

    That was fascinating. It appears the destruction of religious temples there goes back over 1400 years. They are gone without a trace except for scraps of writing about them…. http://silentpagesindia.blogspot.com/2014/06/the-lost-sun-temple-of-mulasthana-multan.html

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