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Pakistani Teenager Sacrifices Himself To Save His School From Suicide Bomber

A 14 year old Pakistani teenager called Aitazaz Hassan Bangash, sacrificed himself to save thousands of kids from his school. On Monday in Ibrahimzai(a Shia-dominated region of Hangu), in north-western Pakistan, Aitazaz Hassan Bangash and his cousin were walking to their school, and a man raised suspicious when he asked for directions in a school uniform. The other students backed off, however, Aitazaz stopped the bomber, by which the suicide bomber panicked and detonated the bomb, killing both himself and Aitazaz. By stopping the bomber, Aitazaz saved countless lives, as there were almost 2000 students gathered for assembly at the school.

Aitazaz Hassan Bangash is being hailed as a hero, both nationally and internationally. People are also demanding for him to be honoured as a hero of the nation. He is described as a brave individual by his cousin and family, and that he used to say "I am always ready for my country".

He has been oficially honoured with the order of bravery, 'Nishan-e-Shujaat'.

Aitazaz Hassan Bangash's father, Mujahid Ali has stated:
My son made his mother cry, but saved hundreds of mothers from crying for their children.

Muhammad Junaid

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Published On Entertainment Ghost At Friday, January 10, 2014