Posted on May 14, 2009
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34 responses to “Pakistanis Support Displaced Pakistanis”

  1. Babar says:

    Thanks for taking the initiative and for reminding everyone. Please keep going once you meet the initial target.

  2. Nostalgic says:

    Moving story… God bless the heroic captain and his comrades…

    And the moral of the story: unless the enemy within is killed, we won’t win… and the enemy within walks the streets of all of Pakistan and isn’t just limited to Swat and FATA… there are madrassas in every town that preach this odious version of our faith, and there are many who sympathize with it…

  3. ASAD says:

    This story of bravery is worth reading (THE NEWS):

    SSG heroes killed eight Taliban before they were shot

    By Rauf Klasra

    KAHUTA: Family members of martyred Captain Najam Riaz have made a shocking disclosure about the alleged involvement of an important administrative official of Malakand in the killing of four SSG commandos at the hands of Taliban last week.

    The heroic tale of brave commandos reveals how the valiant soldiers had broken the necks of eight Taliban, once they realised that they were about to be beheaded. The mother of Shaheed Captain Najam told The News while sitting in her village house, amid tears in her eyes, that she would have even sacrificed ten sons for the sake of Pakistan and she was proud of her 24-year old son, who before going to Swat had told her not to weep over her body as he knew he was going on a journey of martyrdom.

  4. Nostalgic says:

    Okay, so I had the honor of taking it to the $2000 mark… :)

    UNHCR seems to have a lot of fans, myself included… how about the second $1000 going to UNHCR, for diversity’s sake?