Pakistan Zindabad

pakistan_gm_e0.gifThis disaster has brought our country together which I can only recall happened after the 92 Worldcup, I would like to treasure this moment for ages to come. I wish I can preserve this spirit in a bottle and allow all the crooks a whiff of this spirit eveyrday till eternity to keep our country intact

Please join me in this Patriotic and Emotional Chant. (post your support for Pakistan by chanting along)


9 Comments so far

  1. Sarwar (unregistered) on October 10th, 2005 @ 9:34 pm

    We in the Pakistan community in the Washington DC area are all organizing fund raisers for the earthquake victims of Pakistan via mosques and other organizations. I believe similar efforts are under way in other parts of America.

  2. Omer (unregistered) on October 10th, 2005 @ 9:50 pm

    We are organizing collections in Ann Arbor, MI as well.
    Also, the spirit is good, but emotions normally run high at such times, after wards few are left still striving. So we need persistence in our national efforts as we all know our govt. and bureacracy is no way capable of real good. So lets talk about persistent efforts for the far flung areas of our country. And lets not forget them even years after this disaster. We must pray for them and ourselves as well that Allah (SWT) forgive us and not test us again.

  3. aaXz (unregistered) on October 10th, 2005 @ 11:42 pm

    Pakistan Zindabad!

  4. iFaqeer (unregistered) on October 11th, 2005 @ 10:30 am

    Hello, I am the founder of WikiPakistan–a “Pakistan Information Database” hosted by the same foundation that runs WikiPedia. I started a page about the Quake on WikiPakistan on Friday night (Califronia Time)as soon as I heard of the Quake. The page (and affiliated pages) is starting to become a good place to gather and look for information.

    Here’s the message I sent around Friday night:

    Original message from WikiPakistan Admin to community

    I set up a page on WikiPakistan, which can be used to gather information, provide links, etc.:

    This is a good place to put information you receive, so there is a central place to go to.

    Suggestions/Requests for information:

    * Specific information about towns, cities, etc. and how much they have been affected.

    * Database of missing people and informatioin about people found.

    * First hand accounts of events, photographs (phone camera pix welcome)

    * Relief efforts, fundraising events planned, etc.

    Please add the information yourself, if you can. Otherwise, e-mail it to

    Since this tragedy spans several countries, please feel free to add quake-related information, from India and Afghanistan (and beyond? China?).

    WikiPakistan is a relatively new Information Database about Pakistan, Pakistanis and the diaspora. The site is at and background information can be seen at . It is an open database that anyone can edit and is developed under a Free Document License. Contributors are encouraged to click on the “Create an account or log in” link in the top righthand corner of every page and create an account. You do not need to provide any personal information.

    iFaqeer/Sabahat Ashraf

    Founder and Administrator


  5. Fawad Niazi (unregistered) on October 11th, 2005 @ 6:13 pm

    We Pakistan Students in NTU Singapore are raising fund for the Quake Victims. I am very much glad that our nation is united for this relief activities. Pakistan Zindabad!!

  6. Arsalaan Haleem (unregistered) on October 11th, 2005 @ 7:06 pm


  7. Raheel (unregistered) on October 12th, 2005 @ 12:07 am

    Today I can say that I am Proud to be a Pakistani.

    Allah reham karey ge, Amen.

  8. Bilal Qureshi (unregistered) on October 12th, 2005 @ 5:10 pm

    Today i feeel so proud to be Pakistani then ever before seeing the efforts been put by the nation at this time of need

    God Bless of Pakistanis and Victims of Earthquake

  9. Muhammad Noshad Siddiqui (unregistered) on October 14th, 2005 @ 12:00 am

    VOLUNTEER SERVICES OFFERED: For any national or international relief team, my 15 days (may be more) personal volunteer services are available. I am 35 male, a law graduate and MBA – working as Manager Manpower Development. My social and professional experiences include personnel administration, HR development, reports and surveys, leadership & motivation, and event & crises management. Being a doer, I can do anything from dressing and nursing of injured to any manual labor. However I can get out my best in monitoring, supervision and motivation. Any organization/ group/ NGO/ philanthropic individual who is already engaged or planning to start rehabilitation activities in the earthquake stricken areas of Pakistan may contact me for my personal volunteer contribution.
    Muhammad Noshad Siddiqui
    Cell: 0300 3083989

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