Posted on September 5, 2008
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25 responses to “Remembering September 6: Some Rare Photographs”

  1. awahid says:

    very nice port and lovely photographs

  2. Harris Siddiqui says:

    I salute the soldiers who fought gallantly to save the motherland. We owe the very existence of our nation to them. Alas, their lives were lost in vein.

    I hope that one day we shall rise as a nation under one flag and find our true national identity. In the words of Thomas Jefferson,
    “The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.”

    God knows enough patriots have given their blood to the tree in our country, maybe it is the turn of the tyrants.
    One can only hope.
    Pakistan Zindabad

  3. D_a_n says:

    @ Veekar alee…

    I kind of understand where your coming from….BUT…there is nothing wrong with remembering those that fought and died for the rest of us….and stood for us never to return…

    absolutely nothing wrong in that….

  4. Sj says:

    I salute the men & women who fought galantly to save Pakistan in 1965 war. They sacrificed their lives for the rest of us.

    Rest is what the left overs did???? 60 years on, we are still growing up as a nation and till then looters will have their way.

  5. Sj says:

    Hussain

    Just to make things clear. I do live abroad and understand these comments are from Pakistanis whether they are inlanders or overseas. The inlanders have the privilage to change things at home and they have given their verdict.

    Overseas Pakistanis can help nation in the socio-economic sector of Pakistan. Whatever happens in motherland affects every son of the soil. We need to understand our committment to the nation and not one single individual or party.