I'm sorry dear French but I've lost my sympathy for you after this, you should be ashamed #PrayForSyriapic.twitter.com/WWhHIHkLMO
Today I am answerable to my Almighty Allah that why I given vote to Imran Khan. The man who start with name of Allah and His Prophet (PBUH) #ImranKhanVoiceOfKashmirpic.twitter.com/vWXt6aoNFv
Have a blessed Friday. #JummahMubarak
Again, JAHALAT won.
Will miss you @SHABAZGIL
18 years ago today 2 Planes were Crashed into the twin towers of the World Trade Center in NY where 2976 Americans killed. RIP to 80,644 Afghans, 1,690,903 Iraqi & 55,000 Pakistani who Paid the ultimate price for a crime they did not commit #September11 #911Anniversary
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