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In the Name of God بسم الله
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(salam) Every now and then I hear people saying, “Leave your Damn Country and go somewhere safe”. They may be saying this out of their concern about fellow shias, but this hurts me. Concerns for safety are appreciated but isn’t it our duty to spread the message and make our place a heaven for the Qaim ajf? Arent we supposed to care for our people ( for me the commoners, the poor are the people, not the elite), bring about positive change in the society despite the obstacles. Many of SCrs here live in Peaceful places, they may not have seen the severed bodies, unexpected Booms, but I have seen such sights and instead of thinking about fleeing, my being Shia and my being Pashtoon a feeling of steadfastness and revenge rooted in my heart and mind. I know my people, I know the code of Pashtoons they abide my even now in any places, I know the potential in them in serving the purpose they want too. Their code is sacred, noble, few things need to be moderated by Islamic thought. I wonder Pashtoons being the soldiers of Qaim ajf, I believe they will prove worthy as Shias (saying this from my experience of Shiite Pashtoons). They need to be informed, they need to be told the truth, they need to be convinced. Their simplicity gets exploited; their simplicity needs to be turned to awareness. It will remain my wish for the whole of my life. This was just an example from among many of Pakistan, my country. Why don’t brothers from the peaceful places help us out morally instead of asking us to flee? Isnt it like accepting defeat from the powers of evil? What will happen if each of us keeps on leaving our place? Those who can afford to leave will leave behind those who cant afford leaving, and will be bled to death by every way possible. I will like to die on my soil than seeking fleeing to somewhere peaceful and die there. Pray for your Oppressed Brethren. (Wasalam)
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