Sikhs fleeing Swat struggle to find shelter  
 

The military offensive in northwest Pakistan has driven more than two million people from their homes.

Most have found shelter in camps or the homes of friends and families.

But that has not been an option for the minority Sikh community. Many of them have been forced to seek refuge in a temple.

Al Jazeera's Mike Hanna reports from the town of Hassan Abdal.

 
 

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