while Pakistan goes through the debate of whether the War on terror is our War or American War certain questions and concerns will go unnoticed and unanswered to the rest of Pakistan. The question of women in federally administered tribal areas (FATA), their ordeal and how are they dealing with these some extraordinary circumstances. FATA is a black hole where media or any kind of independent verification and survey is very hard to carry out. FATA is administered under the infamous Frontier Crimes Regulation (FCR) by the Pakistan establishment, which makes it to the rest of the world and Pakistan a closed subject. How women coped and dealt being a casualty of policies, ambition and religious zeal of our men. How many women experienced sexual violence , abuse, (even death) survived and still surviving War on terror .How did they cope with mass migration , internal displacement and most importantly where does the strength comes to deal with rape or being in refugee camps with no male survivor. The only subject which men and women from the rest of the world or Pakistan would gladly talk regarding FATA debate is the notorious Drone question. The Drone question only furthers certain Political agenda of pro and against Drone debate. I remember reading one piece of news in which a woman was raped into a Jalozai refugee camp with her three young daughters witnessing rape of their mother. The camp is just 35 kilometres south-east of Peshawar, which houses some 60,000 Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) according to the Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA). Another piece of reporting was horrifying ordeal of refugees from Tirah valley when Pakistan Army started its operation was a disabled daughter begging her father to shoot her and not to be left alone to be raped. The father too old to carry her physically shot her. These stories are just a tip of the iceberg. How Women survivors who are product of set-up, where male domination and Patriarchy is justified under Religious and Cultural norms, are dealing with the pain suffering and vulnerability. I am sure there must be hundreds of stories of women suffering but unreported and buried under the blanket of War, FCR, tribal traditions and norms, I wonder what happens to Hakimullah Mehsud two surviving wives the dreaded chief of TALIBAN who was killed in drone attack day before yesterday , will they be married off to someone else? . As Catherine A MacKinnon says “ Human rights have not being women rights not in theory or in reality not legally or socially ,not domestically or internationally “.