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What comes in your mind whenever you see or hear the word Pakistan ? Your comments on the country Pakistan ?
First thing that comes into my head: Malala.
I've not really known any Pakistani people, that I cna think of. I've known Indian, Sri Lankan and Bangladeshi, but not Pakistani. Idk why.
Well , thanks to Malala then :)
Indeed. Braver than most of us, for sure.
Once I told a Palestinian I was Jewish. He cursed me out.
I asked about pakistan. Not about Palestine.
Pa.... Mmm. Yeah..
I immediately think of how people will pronounce the ‘stans’ with a middle eastern accent but when it comes to other countries they don’t.
Like, peru— or russia. It’s always said so plain, but then you get P-ah-key-s-TAN
Radical muslim immigrants that come to Europe and often go on welfare. Some are decent and get jobs and get integrated into European culture, but most hate our guts for being Christian.
That’s the job of Talibans , not Pakistani’s.
Besides thier population being 60% inbred?
I think of a culture thats idea of freedom is different than my countries idea of freedom. Im skeptical about allowing them come to the USA in large numbers because many of them preach their way of life on us. Its ok to be different but I dont think its a good idea to forcefully mix the two cultures. Muslims should live with Muslims and Christians with Christians. Just my opinion.
Are you desperate from life?
That doesnt make sense to me
She left ages ago.
"You bad man, you very, very bad man." -Babu Bhatt
ive been to karachi
its dirty dangerous racist against anyone who aint indopakladeshi heritage and the cultures very dishonest & corrupt when it comes to goods & services rendered
the food wasnt any different than standard indian food
its always hot as fuck there and everyone has a short temper
Who dishonored you ? Did anyone abused you there ? I saw some western tourists went to Pakistan for FOOD tour & in pakistan, on almost every place ; they were served free of cost & were Welcomed .
The curry mile (an entire street full of curry restaurants), in Manchester, England. And... war. And violent Islam. And the refugee family at church. And my grandma's very polite, considerate, devout conservative Muslim next door neighbor and his daughter, whom Grandma taught to speak English.
I'm so sorry if you're from Pakistan, because of the negative associations about war and violent Islam ... I acquired that as a child...
Which war ? Can you be more specific ? And islam is not violent religion .. why you think of Violence ?
I don't know. I was only a small child; I had not reached the age of reason. I just remember news reports that mentioned Pakistan in the mid to late nineties and scenes of devastation on the television. Pakistan... Afghanistan... the Taliban... they were just names to me at that age and they all sounded the same, and accompanied these images of devastation.
As for violence more recently though, I know a Pakistani Christian who had to flee the country because of his faith. His brother had his hand cut off. I've read an autobiography of a Christian convert in Pakistan who had her house burned down. 'Violence' isn't a nice word but I don't know what else to call this, sadly.
Just News reporters told you pakistan is not a peaceful place etc . Dont trust media . They talk sh•t for there channel ratings etc.
The story you told can’t be Given a topic of (VIOLENCE) . Those Christians might have done something dangerous first , then the muslim community stand againt him, we dont know the story behind so we can judge it ...
Trust me, the only 'dangerous' thing those Christians in my church did first was convert from Islam to Christianity. Pakistan's blasphemy laws are hardly a secret.
As for the media... mainstream news reporters can't just make up whole political/international conflicts. That's absurd. They are held to very rigorous journalistic standards.
Even so... how responsible are you going to hold a 7-year-old child for the impressions she absorbs?
I say this not by way of inciting any hatred towards Pakistani people. But I'm afraid the situation is what it is.
I've always thought the brutal violence of Islam is a result of internalization of hatred from centuries past when Christian crusaders butchered entire towns. Indeed, the export of European violence had more to do with "good old boy" homicidal recreation than it had to do with the teachings of Christ. Nevertheless, Sharia law reicks with intolerance, four pillars of rage, obliteration of any individuality, and the repression of all desire.
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