A video has captured the emotions and prayers of a mother in Pakistan after her 12-year-old daughter, Mashaal, died in the family home.

Mashaan was the eldest of five children, including a brother, sister and a younger brother.

The video has been viewed nearly 2 million times on Facebook.

Mishaal’s father and her two sisters are now grieving for her.

The girl was in Pakistan with her two younger siblings.

The family had been living in Australia for the past three years, but moved to Pakistan in January last year.

They left their hometown of Lahore to travel to Australia and settled in the town of Bawana.

The girls were all enrolled in secondary school in the Australian capital, Canberra.

After Mashaah died in her home in Pakistan on January 6, her mother, Naseem, decided to go to Australia to collect money and pay her daughter a visit.

“We had no money,” Naseeb told Al Jazeera.

“My daughter was very happy, I don’t know why, we had no idea where to take her.” “

Naseer was in the middle of collecting the money when she noticed a large pile of paperwork. “

My daughter was very happy, I don’t know why, we had no idea where to take her.”

Naseer was in the middle of collecting the money when she noticed a large pile of paperwork.

“I went to get my passport, I had to get her passport, but she was still inside,” she said.

“Then she died.

I just cried.

I cried for my mother, I cried so much that I got a headache and I fell down.”

Mashaalla died from pneumonia.

Her mother and her sister are now in tears.

“The last thing I want to say is that I will always remember Masha,” Nauseem said.

She said she will carry the pain of Masha’s death with her.

“You have a family, you have a father and a mother, and your heart breaks for your mother, but you also have your heart, your spirit and your love.”

Misha was born on December 13, 2014.

The child was taken in by a Pakistani man in his late twenties and had been on a school trip to Australia when she died from a respiratory infection.

The boy’s body was discovered on January 7.

Mikaal’s brother, Khadim, said he was shocked and deeply saddened to learn of the child’s death.

“He was very kind, very nice, very caring.

We were all very proud of him, and we were very sad for his family,” he said.

He said the family’s journey to Australia was the first time they had ever gone overseas together.

“When Masha was born, we wanted to come to Australia for a holiday.

She was our first child, she had the whole world to look forward to,” Khadil said.

Nasees mother, who was not able to attend Mashaas funeral because she had to attend her brothers funeral, has also been devastated by Mashaall’s death, and is mourning for the family.

“It was very difficult to get to her funeral, and it was very sad to see Masha, and my heart goes out to the family,” she told Al JAF.

“Because of the circumstances of her death, the circumstances in which she died, she’s very close to us, but I think we will always be together.

We have so much love and we are not going to give up.”

Nazeer said the Pakistani community is in mourning.

“For us to see that the community is mourning the death of a child is a huge thing, and I feel like I’m not going home to the people, I’m going home and I’m staying in the house and I am going to pray for Masha.”

In the days following Mashaa’s death there were large protests and rallies across the country, as people demanded answers from authorities.

On January 8, the state government announced the arrest of two men in relation to Masha and Mishaall’s deaths.

“Two men have been arrested and are currently being questioned,” Minister of State for Home Affairs Mohammad Saleem told Al Jaafar.

“In connection with the investigation into the deaths of Misha and Mashaam, I am aware of a case where two individuals were arrested for allegedly murdering a minor.”

As a result of the investigation, I have directed the state police to initiate an investigation into this matter,” he added.

The State Government of Pakistan takes this matter very seriously and will not tolerate any violation of human rights, and the perpetrators of such violations will be