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  • Dude dont let the idiot experts get to you I respect your stances even with slight disagreements but no 1 this is forum filled with expats or folks in enclaves who think they know dont take it to heart
    Salahuddin Ayyubi
    Salahuddin Ayyubi
    Sorry for the late reply. I don't get notification for direct messages.

    I feel this is something that the Pakistani society lacks. The freedom to have controversially different opinions. Because that's traitorism for them.

    I don't have a discord but I can make one.
    Yankee-stani
    Yankee-stani
    Funny I was just talking with a cousin about the same problem in Pakistani society yeah we have a discord for us disgruntled PDF folks smitten here highly suggest you make one lots of us are there cheers
    Nilgiri
    Nilgiri
    I run the server @Salahuddin Ayyubi , please do consider joining at your convenience, its mostly a chill place to hang out and interact mostly...lot of good PDF members there that would like to hear from you etc...
    Your maternal side were from the former Soviet Union interesting can you speak Uzbek,Tajik or Russian
    Yankee-stani
    Yankee-stani
    Have you been to the region and Russia also how did your parents meet
    Salahuddin Ayyubi
    Salahuddin Ayyubi
    I've been to Kazan in Russia with my grandad,that's where he was born and lived most of his life before fleeing the USSR. been to Ozbekistan and Pakistan 3 times, and Tajikistan once. My parents met in the UK. My dad was born Scotland, and my mum's family fled to the UK when she was 8. I don't consider myself Ozbek, Tajik, P@ki, or Afghan. I consider myself British cause that's where I & my dad were born and raised.
    PakFactor
    PakFactor
    Salaam,

    Very interesting geneology! :P
    Hello, don't know who you actually are whether Pakistani or not, but you asked me about my ancestry so I wanted to respond due to the thread being closed.

    In Punjab, we have several ways of verifying lineage. It starts by village, then ancestors, and subclass. To confirm, most families have shajaratul nasab kept in their families.
    Dear, I was moved to read your view point in your ancestry related thread. The clarity in thoughts and conviction in rejecting the trend (albeit comforting) was very soothing to read and seems like a welcome change on a platform full of posters with fake superiority(inferiority actually) complex. Some of your posts were education for me, so dropped here to say Thank You, as thread got closed.
    Joe Shearer
    Joe Shearer
    Indeed, very clear reasoning.
    Salahuddin Ayyubi
    Salahuddin Ayyubi
    Thank you. I've always been the one to speak my mind, but only when I have something useful to say. It's saddening to see such Inferiority complex from any nation's people, not just from Pakistanis. And it's pleasing to know that there are others like myself who aren't buried under the ignorance.
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