Posted on October 9, 2008
Filed Under >Raza Rumi, Disasters, Foreign Relations, History, Pakistanis Abroad
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49 responses to “History’s Ghetto: Stranded Pakistanis”

  1. SSG PAK ARMY says:

    i must say im out of words….PAKISTAN ZINDABAD

  2. Syed Kamal says:

    Dear Raza,

    You wrote the piece about Stranded Pakistanis well and with a heart, I am grateful. I want to learn more about your interests and inclinations, if you feel likewise please write back. Some how I had you in my gmail contacts, I have sent a note to you. God bless, Khalid

  3. manboob says:

    aww shucks …. the same happened with in Pakistan (is currently Happening in Pakistan and will remain to happen) … dont u realize most of the Minor Ethnic groups with in Pakistan have had the same fate …. let me give u a very sad example … there is a documentary on youtube about the Hira Mandi of Lahore …. in that most of the Call Girls/ Dancers/ Prostitutes/ etc. belong to the ethnic minority (and in most cases Muhajirs)

    I never really understand the psyche of the average Pakistani…. It seems “ok” if a Pakistani harms another Pakistani in any way … but if a non-Pakistani harms a Pakistani … it is considered an act of Hatred and Discrimination.

    WE ARE AS MUCH DISCRIMINATING AS ANY OTHER NATION WE TEND TO PORTRAY FOR THIS HEINOUS CRIME

    so stop chanting the nationalist slogans and realize that we are on the same page as others we despise!

  4. Ali Dada says:

    Dear Brother Rumi,

    You article has opened my eyes. I now realize how all humans are equal and that all muslims are brothers.

    May Allah give Biharis the best and if they want to live in Karachi or in other parts of Pakistan – all the power to them and Inshallah they will (Ameen). They truly are Pakistanis and it is the big heartedness of our Bangladeshi brothers who continue to accomodate them.

    May Allah bless you Rumi Bhai.