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MultaniGuy

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I’m Syrian Arab so I'll give my opinion based on this basis.

to be honest, Syrians don’t hate, don’t like Pakistanis, they don’t know them, I have never seen a Pakistani in Syria, however, Syrians in general do know some general facts about Pakistan such as:

  • Pakistan in dispute with India.
  • Pakistanis are Muslims.
  • Pakistan has nuclear weapons.
  • Benazir Bhutto was the first woman to be a prime minister and was assassinated in 2007.
  • Pakistani pilots are skilled.
To me, I worked in UAE in a gas plant in 2007, and I had two Pakistani co-workers in the same workshop, they hated each other, every one of them slandered the other in front of me, I did not know what was going on when they begin to speak in Urdu, they were doing anything to show that they work harder, but they were kindhearted and speak a pretty good English.

by the way, there was a Pakistani bakery in my neighborhood, really I’m a big fan of that tasty bread, My hat's off to the Pakistani bread!.



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I live in Saudi Arabia, and usually they think positively/better of Pakistanis because of the shared religion.
 
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I live in Saudi Arabia, and usually they think positively of Pakistanis because of the shared religion.
The opinion varies from person to person. Arabs are divided on many issues including their own. I have met Arabs who are very pro Pakistan. I have met some who aren't. Arabs aren't preoccupied with Pakistan because we don't share the same language or culture. I wouldn't be wrong to say that apart from religion we don't share much. Some Arabs are also very racist. They call themselves Muslims, wear a Hijab, have long beards, but frown upon other human beings. I have witnessed it first hand. The stark truth is that filthy rich Gulf states are reluctant to take care of their own brethren mired in conflict. They back stab each other at every opportunity. Just look at the Yemen fiasco for instance. Brothers killing brothers. Not to mention, Syria, Iraq and Palestine. Not many Arabs bat an eye lid in Gulf nations. Truth be told, it is shambolic.
 
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The opinion varies from person to person. Arabs are divided on many issues including their own. I have met Arabs who are very pro Pakistan. I have met some who aren't. Arabs aren't preoccupied with Pakistan because we don't share the same language or culture. I wouldn't be wrong to say that apart from religion we don't share much. Some Arabs are also very racist. They call themselves Muslims, wear a Hijab, have long beards, but frown upon other human beings. I have witnessed it first hand. The stark truth is that filthy rich Gulf states are reluctant to take care of their own brethren mired in conflict. They back stab each other at every opportunity. Just look at the Yemen fiasco for instance. Brothers killing brothers. Not to mention, Syria, Iraq and Palestine. Not many Arabs bat an eye lid in Gulf nations. Truth be told, it is shambolic.
Owing To My Personal Experience Normal Middle and Lower Middle Class Arabs Like Us and Treat Us Like Brothers But Elite Class Arabs Esp. Those Bloody Kafeels Are An Insufferably Arrogant Lot
 

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Owing To My Personal Experience Normal Middle and Lower Middle Class Arabs Like Us and Treat Us Like Brothers But Elite Class Arabs Esp. Those Bloody Kafeels Are An Insufferably Arrogant Lot
Every "Elite" is sort of arrogant... the moment you feel yourself as an "elite" then u feel you can be superiorior to the other...
As for North Africans arabs... no feeling toward pak since we do not see ,neither hear of them. But as they are muslims, the feeling will be +
 

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Every "Elite" is sort of arrogant... the moment you feel yourself as an "elite" then u feel you can be superiorior to the other...
As for North Africans arabs... no feeling toward pak since we do not see ,neither hear of them. But as they are muslims, the feeling will be +
You Are Right I Agree With You

Our Feelings Are Also Positive for Our North African Bretheren Esp. Libya Since Gaddafi Helped Pakistan A Lot When Our Nuclear Program Started.

Also Morocco Has Also Had Very Good Relations With Pakistan
 

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I have a Saudi friend. Went over to his house for dinner.
He was was all about Islam.

The only thing he had hard feelings was about the Shias.
 

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I’m Syrian Arab so I'll give my opinion based on this basis.

to be honest, Syrians don’t hate, don’t like Pakistanis, they don’t know them, I have never seen a Pakistani in Syria, however, Syrians in general do know some general facts about Pakistan such as:

  • Pakistan in dispute with India.
  • Pakistanis are Muslims.
  • Pakistan has nuclear weapons.
  • Benazir Bhutto was the first woman to be a prime minister and was assassinated in 2007.
  • Pakistani pilots are skilled.
To me, I worked in UAE in a gas plant in 2007, and I had two Pakistani co-workers in the same workshop, they hated each other, every one of them slandered the other in front of me, I did not know what was going on when they begin to speak in Urdu, they were doing anything to show that they work harder, but they were kindhearted and speak a pretty good English.

by the way, there was a Pakistani bakery in my neighborhood, really I’m a big fan of that tasty bread, My hat's off to the Pakistani bread!.



https://www.quora.com/Do-Arabs-like-Pakistanis
I know two Pakistani men who married Syrian woman, and that too in Pakistan, girls father who knew boy's father from somewhere they worked together and wanted his daughters to marry and settle in Pakistan...but that was before 80s when Pakistan was a very promising country.
 

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I’m Syrian Arab so I'll give my opinion based on this basis.

to be honest, Syrians don’t hate, don’t like Pakistanis, they don’t know them, I have never seen a Pakistani in Syria, however, Syrians in general do know some general facts about Pakistan such as:

  • Pakistan in dispute with India.
  • Pakistanis are Muslims.
  • Pakistan has nuclear weapons.
  • Benazir Bhutto was the first woman to be a prime minister and was assassinated in 2007.
  • Pakistani pilots are skilled.
To me, I worked in UAE in a gas plant in 2007, and I had two Pakistani co-workers in the same workshop, they hated each other, every one of them slandered the other in front of me, I did not know what was going on when they begin to speak in Urdu, they were doing anything to show that they work harder, but they were kindhearted and speak a pretty good English.

by the way, there was a Pakistani bakery in my neighborhood, really I’m a big fan of that tasty bread, My hat's off to the Pakistani bread!.



https://www.quora.com/Do-Arabs-like-Pakistanis
Syria has been instrumental in funding and arming Marxist terrorist in Pakistan like the Al-Zulfikar organisation run by piece of sh1t murtaza bhutto! Syrians as individual do not have low opinion of Pakistan unlike some Iranians do.

I know two Pakistani men who married Syrian woman, and that too in Pakistan, girls father who knew boy's father from somewhere they worked together and wanted his daughters to marry and settle in Pakistan...but that was before 80s when Pakistan was a very promising country.
Multan and surrounding areas have heavy population of Syriac origin natives...releations of trade and military between Assyria, Levant and West Asia (now part of Pakistan) are as old as Indus valley civilization. We used to be pretty international with influence extending far into Levant and Europe.

By the way Pakistanis are everywhere in the world with their cross-racial marriages. Even in Saudi, Pakistani men top the list of non-Arabs marrying Saudi women and this is funny because the other way around..Pakistani woman marriage to Saudi man is banned by law. We seem to be a nation fond of foreign women. Long time ago I read an article about Israeli internal security raising the alert on around 1200-1400 Pakistani men married to Israeli women!
 

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Every "Elite" is sort of arrogant... the moment you feel yourself as an "elite" then u feel you can be superiorior to the other...
As for North Africans arabs... no feeling toward pak since we do not see ,neither hear of them. But as they are muslims, the feeling will be +
In UK there are many friendships between Pakistanis Morrocans & Libyans.
 

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Then come visit & do biz in North africa , instead of GCC...
Your welcome :)
Usually Arabs of the GCC know Pakistanis better.
Like the Saudis, Kuwaitis, Bahrainis, Emiratis, and the Omanis.

My father might get a job in Muscat.

Saudi, Kuwaiti and Qatari are supremacists. They treat Pakistanis like sh!t.
Speaking from Personal experience.
How can you say such a thing.
I have a Saudi friend, and hes a very nice guy.
 

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