Watch video of World: Expressing views about Pakistan. It is a video taken from talk shows or important news events on TV channels. You can express your views but please do not use indecent language while giving your valuable comments.What foreigners say about Pakistanis Pakistan, ever since its independence has been a country hit remorselessly by terrorism and corruption. Islam’s enemies have totally destroyed the image of Pakistan in the name of Islam. Terrorism is done in the name of Islam. Innocent people are martyred in the of Islam. Families are ruined, livelihoods are ruined, peace is a thing long gone.Pakistan is a country in pain, in torture and in never ending suffering. But doest that mean we Pakistanis are the culprits? Does that mean we deserve to be called terrorists? Does that mean we dont deserve to be regarded with respect? The question that should be asked prior to all other questions is “Is our country this bad in front of the world? Or have we, and our media exaggerated to new levels, and have made our nation look worse than it actually is?The fact of the matter is that Pakistan’s enemies have been highly successful in ruining the reputation of this country. The reality is that Pakistan is a beautiful country, with beautiful traditions beautiful people, beautiful everything. The biggest proof lies in the opinions of various foreigners from around the world.The following clip will give you an idea of how good the views of so many non Pakistanis are about this country. Artistic and enthusiastic foreigners love our culture, our traditions, our food, and most importantly the beautiful architecture of this country. Check the views of people from Mexico, USA, Europe and other parts of the world about Pakistan. Neither are Pakistanis terrorists, nor do they deserve to be treated with disrespect. The only culprits are the ones who plot and plan conspiracies against this country, and they are the ones that deserve to be discovered, punished and mistreated.
World: Expressing views about Pakistan
PUBLISHED : January 30, 2015