Pamantul se misca – un mormant gigantic pentru locuitorii unui sat din Afganistan

ABI BARIK, Afghanistan (AP) — Afghan rescuers and volunteers armed with shovels and little more than their bare hands dug through the mud Saturday after a massive landslide swept through a village the day before, turning it into an earthen tomb holding hundreds of bodies, officials said.

Dezastrul – alunecarea masiva de teren care a acoperit cu pamant peste 2ooo de oameni, vineri, este cea mai mare tragedie de acest fel , comparata cu acelea recente care s-au intamplat in America si Australia : https://www.google.co.uk/#q=landslide http://news.yahoo.com/rescuers-struggle-help-afghans-hit-landslide-064141487.html si in Romania http://www.ziare.com/articole/localitati+afectate+alunecari+teren
http://stirileprotv.ro/stiri-despre/alunecari+de+teren

As vrea sa va ganditi si sa comparati NECAZUL acestei tragedii neasteptate pentru SUPRAVIETUITORII care au fost SEPARATI DE CEI DRAGI LOR, cu evenimentele de neimaginat care vor urma dupa ce Duhul lui Dumnezeu se va ridica , impreuna cu Biserica Lui de pe Pamant In Biblie sta scris anuntul ca oamenii din vremea aceea nu vor mai socoti tragedie un astfel de eveniment, ci, din pricina altor evenimente, mult mai groaznice, : „Si ziceau muntilor si stancilor: „Cadeti peste noi si ascundeti-ne de fata Celui ce sade pe scaunul de domnie si de mania Mielului; (Apoc.6:16)

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The government and aid groups rushed to bring food, water and shelter to the survivors as the government tried to ascertain just how many people were killed in the latest natural disaster to hit a country already reeling from nearly three decades of war.

Figures on the number of people killed and missing in the disaster Friday varied from 255 to 2,700. Fears of a new landslide complicated rescue efforts, as homes and residents sat buried under meters (yards) of mud.

„That will be their cemetery,” said Mohammad Karim Khalili, one of the country’s two vice presidents, who visited the scene Saturday. „It is not possible to bring out any bodies.”

Though figures on the death toll varied, residents knew the toll
the tragedy had taken on their own families.

From atop a muddy hill, Begam Nesar pointed to the torrent of earth below that had wiped out much of her village. „Thirteen of my family members are under the mud,” she said, including her mother, father, brothers, sisters and children. She said she had been visiting relatives at a nearby village when the disaster struck.

The United Nations said Friday at least 350 people died, and the provincial governor said as many as 2,000 people were feared missing. On Saturday, the International Organization of Migration said information they gathered indicated 2,700 people were dead or missing.

Part of the confusion lay in the fact that no one knew how many people were home when the landslide struck.

At least 255 people were confirmed dead, Khalili said. Most of those were people who had rushed to the scene to help after a previous, smaller landslide. When a bigger landslide hit, those people along with roughly 300 homes were wiped out. But since no one knows how many people were in those homes, counting the dead is difficult, Khalili said.

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Mohammad Aslam Seyas, deputy director of the Natural Disaster Management Authority, said fears of new landslides had slowed the operation.

The ground on a hill overlooking the village was soaked from recent heavy rainfalls that officials believe triggered the slide. About 1 kilometer (more than half a mile) away, government and aid groups set up tents for those displaced.
Few had time to flee before the mud wall caved in.

Sunatullah, a local farmer, was outside when he felt the earth start to move. He ran to his house, grabbed his wife and children and then ran to the top of a nearby hill. Minutes later, he said, part of the hill collapsed.

„The houses were just covered in mud,” he said, adding that he had lost 10 members of his extended family, his house and his livestock.

Authorities distributed food and water to survivors, said Abdullah Homayun Dehqan, the head of Badakhshan province’s National Disaster Department.

But residents were worried about more natural disasters to come.

„There are four valleys from where water can flow in here. If water flows in, the whole village would be under water,” said Jaan Mohammed.

Rescuers have struggled to reach the remote area, roughly 320 kilometers (200 miles) from the capital, Kabul. There is little development or infrastructure. Even getting heavy equipment such as bulldozers to the site — accessible only by narrow and bumpy dirt roads — was difficult. Most residents live in single-story mud houses that were no match to the rush of earth.

A spokesman for the U.S.-led International Security Assistance Force said they have not received any requests to help out with the disaster.

Badakhshan province borders Tajikistan to the north and China and Pakistan to the east.

„Badakhshan is a remote, mountainous region of Afghanistan, which has seen many natural disasters,” said the head of the IOM’s Afghanistan office, Richard Danziger. „But the scale of this landslide is absolutely devastating, with an entire village practically wiped away. Hundreds of families have lost everything.”

In addition to the wars and fighting that have plagued Afghanistan for roughly three decades, the country has been subject to repeated natural disasters including landslides and avalanches. A landslide in 2012 killed 71 people. Authorities were not able to recover the vast majority of bodies and ended up declaring the site a massive grave.

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2 răspunsuri la Pamantul se misca – un mormant gigantic pentru locuitorii unui sat din Afganistan

  1. cherie zice:

    Acum foarte multi ani am fost in excursie in partea asiatica a URSS, la granita cu Afganistanul. Am vazut fotografii dupa un alt cataclism cu alunecare de pamant, de data asta putin mai la nord de locul unde a fost acum… Orasul se refacuse si oamenii erau mandri ca au invins …
    Se pare ca habar nu avem cat de usor este sa fim striviti de divinitate….

    • Si se pare ca avem si mai putin habar cat de usor putem fi salvati de la pieire, de aceeasi Divinitate : Domnul Isus Hristos . Doar prin credinta SIMPLA si STATORNICA in EL
      In Biblie citim ca „Daca numai pentru viata aceasta ne-am pus nadejdea in Hristos, atunci suntem cei mai nenorociti dintre toti oamenii! (1Cor.15:19) Noi trebuie sa stim cu convingere, chiar daca nu vom fi scapati de oarece cataclism venit peste tinuturile in care locuim, trecand de hotarele acestei existente, vom ajunge direct in IMPARATIA LUI FIZICA, deoarece noi o avem deja ca parte spirituala in inimile noastre .

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