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Why not throw Anjem Choudary in there as well whilst we're at it?
I don't like beard so I won't be watching that sex tape.
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I don't like beard so I won't be watching that sex tape.
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Where are you from in the UK?


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Northamptonshire
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Northamptonshire
Is that towards the north, there's a stereotype that Pakistani's up north are not nice. (Of course there will be nice ones there as well)
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Is that towards the north, there's a stereotype that Pakistani's up north are not nice. (Of course there will be nice ones there as well)
Its central, but i will be going north for uni
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Yeah you are right

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Hi.

I forgot but can you read Urdu?
I need help with understanding some thing..


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What do you think of Pakistan's decision to not get involved in the current Yemen conflict?
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What do you think of Pakistan's decision to not get involved in the current Yemen conflict?
Very glad, we have too many of our own problems, and we can't be fighting against Shia's when we have so many in our own country, it's wise to just stay out of it.

The UAE recently has been pressuring us as well, but I'm sorry when have the Arabs helped us deal with the Taliban in our country? Not to mention Pakistani's get treated like **** in Arab countries, I can't see why we should get involved in another country's internal conflict.
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Very glad, we have too many of our own problems, and we can't be fighting against Shia's when we have so many in our own country, it's wise to just stay out of it.

The UAE recently has been pressuring us as well, but I'm sorry when have the Arabs helped us deal with the Taliban in our country? Not to mention Pakistani's get treated like **** in Arab countries, I can't see why we should get involved in another country's internal conflict.

The UAE threat looks quite scary as they're really not happy with our ambiguous stand on the issue!

Apparently Pakistan wants to act as a mediator?

( not sure I agree with all of what you said though)
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The UAE threat looks quite scary as they're really not happy with our ambiguous stand on the issue!

Apparently Pakistan wants to act as a mediator?

( not sure I agree with all of what you said though)
But I don't why we should be bullied into sending our troop to die because they aren't happy.

Not sure how that would work, maybe Turkey and Pakistan trying to encourage talks and some peace deal with the conflicting groups?
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But I don't why we should be bullied into sending our troop to die because they aren't happy.

Not sure how that would work, maybe Turkey and Pakistan trying to encourage talks and some peace deal with the conflicting groups?

Yeah, but I doubt it's going to be that simple. Since they're not even happy with us staying neutral in the first place
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Yeah, but I doubt it's going to be that simple. Since they're not even happy with us staying neutral in the first place

they can piss off, for all i care.

like the guy already asked, when have they helped pakistan with anything?
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they can piss off, for all i care.

like the guy already asked, when have they helped pakistan with anything?
They've helped quite a lot financially.
But I still think their attitude has been wrong here.


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they can piss off, for all i care.

like the guy already asked, when have they helped pakistan with anything?
If you mean the UAE, they have.
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If you mean the UAE, they have.
Don't you feel they've been very arrogant in their approach?

I mean if they had shown more compassion and said like brothers please join us to solidify the Muslim force etc I would have had more respect for them.

Plus, we've even said we'll support the land of Saudi Arabia and that seems enough given that our military is currently at war with operation Zarb-E-Azb. The remaining coalition should be enough for the Yemen crisis why are they forcing our soldiers to go and fight? Do they see Pakistani blood as being cheaper or something that they prevent their own soldiers and put us at the frontline?


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Don't you feel they've been very arrogant in their approach?

I mean if they had shown more compassion and said like brothers please join us to solidify the Muslim force etc I would have had more respect for them.

Plus, we've even said we'll support the land of Saudi Arabia and that seems enough given that our military is currently at war with operation Zarb-E-Azb. The remaining coalition should be enough for the Yemen crisis why are they forcing our soldiers to go and fight? Do they see Pakistani blood as being cheaper or something that they prevent their own soldiers and put us at the frontline?


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They're been rather demanding and considering our situation it's not really justified.

Even at the risk of UAE's threat, I don't think Pakistan should give in as we are definitely not in the position to be able to do it.
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Is citizen Khan an accurate depiction of British Pakistani family life? + Which character are you most like?

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Is citizen Khan an accurate depiction of British Pakistani family life? + Which character are you most like?

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For me, certain parts perhaps. But I can't relate to it entirely, my dad isn't a bearded guy obsessed with the "community" and my sister doesn't wear a hijab to look like a saint. I'm a not big fan of the show tbh, so can't really say my favourite character lol.


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Why doesn't your AMA last as long as mine?
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Why doesn't your AMA last as long as mine?
Because everyone loves me duh :rolleyes:
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