54 Patriotic Pakistan Quotes that Will Make you Proud

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A collection of Pakistan quotes By famous peoples. if you are true Patriotic and want to some boast up you need to read these Patriotic saying on Pakistan.

54 Quotes That Capture What It Means To Be Pakistani

  1. “No nation can rise to the height of glory unless your women are side by side with you. We are victims of evil customs. It is a crime against humanity that our women are shut up within the four walls of the houses as prisoners. There is no sanction anywhere for the deplorable condition in which our women have to live.”― Muhammad Ali Jinnah
  1. “Democracy is in the blood of the Muslims, who look upon complete equality of mankind, and believe in fraternity, equality, and liberty.”― Muhammad Ali Jinnah
  1. “Few individuals significantly alter the course of history. Fewer still modify the map of the world. Hardly anyone can be credited with creating a nation-state. Mohammad Ali Jinnah did all three.” ― Stanley Wolpert, Jinnah of Pakistan
  1. “Her definition of romance was absentminded intimacy, the way someone else’s hand stray to your plate of food.I replied: no, that’s just friendship; romance is always knowing exactly where that someone else’s hands are. She smiled and said, there was a time I thought that way, too. But at the heart of the romance is the knowledge that those hands may wander off elsewhere, but somehow through luck or destiny or plain blind groping they’ll find a way back to you, and maybe you’ll be smart enough then to be grateful for everything that’s still possible, in spit of your own weaknesses- and his.” ― Kamila Shamsie, Kartography
  1. “The great majority of us are Muslims. We follow the teachings of the Prophet Mohammed (may peace be upon him). We are members of the brotherhood of Islam in which all are equal in rights, dignity and self-respect. Consequently, we have a special and a very deep sense of unity. But make no mistake: Pakistan is not a theocracy or anything like it.” ― Muhammad Ali Jinnah
  1. “We have undoubtedly achieved Pakistan, and that too without bloody war, practically peacefully, by moral and intellectual force, and with the power of the pen, which is no less mighty than that of the sword and so our righteous cause has triumphed. Are we now going to besmear and tarnish this greatest achievement for which there is no parallel in the history of the world? Pakistan is now a fait accompli and it can never be undone, besides, it was the only just, honorable, and practical solution of the most complex constitutional problem of this great subcontinent. Let us now plan to build and reconstruct and regenerate our great nation…” ― Muhammad Ali Jinnah
  1. “Any idea of a United India could never have worked and in my judgment it would have led us to terrific disaster.” ― Muhammad Ali Jinnah
  1. “As a society, you were unwilling to reflect upon the shared pain that united you with those who attacked you. You retreated into myths of your own difference, assumptions of your own superiority. And you acted out these beliefs on the stage of the world, so that the entire planet was rocked by the repercussions of your tantrums, not least my family, now facing war thousands of miles away.” ― Mohsin Hamid, The Reluctant Fundamentalist
  1. “We(Pakistan) will eat grass, even go hungry, but we will get one of our own (Atom bomb)…. We have no other choice!” ― Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
  1. “They will become Godly when they will have God in their hearts.” ― Riaz Ahmed Gohar Shahi, The Religion of God
  1. “You can get anywhere in Pakistan if you know people, even into jail.” ― Salman Rushdie, Shame
  2. “When the British left, India was a multireligious, multiregional, multiethnic country, exploited, backward, and poor from colonialism.” ― Prem Kishore, India: An Illustrated History
  1. “I believe I did succeed in making Indian uslims look upon me as a friend: when I was nominated to be a member of the Rajya Sabha many said, “We have another Muslim in Parliament.” Others who disliked my views called me an unpaid agent of Pakistan. I treated both views as compliments.” ― Khushwant Singh, Truth, Love and a Little MaliceIslamabad
  1. “With Zia’s controversial demise in 1988, Jinnah was finally spared the false beard Zia kept pinning on the founder’s otherwise clean-shaven face.” ― Nadeem Farooq Paracha
  1. In many parts of the world, especially Pakistan and Afghanistan, terrorism, war and conflict stop children to go to their schools. We are really tired of these wars. Women and children are suffering. Malala Yousafzai
  1. Pakistan not only means freedom and independence but the Muslim Ideology which has to be preserved, which has come to us as a precious gift and treasure and which, we hope other will share with us. Muhammad Ali Jinnah
  1. Pakistan is a peace-loving, democratic country. Malala Yousafzai
  1. The next few months are critical to Pakistan’s future direction as a democratic state committed to promoting peace, fighting terrorism and working for social justice. Benazir Bhutto
  1. I come from an enormous and very close family. I have over a dozen aunts and uncles in Pakistan, dozens of cousins. I have many close friends. I have received so much love in Lahore that the city always pulls me. Mohsin Hamid
  1. A feeling of alienation existed in India about life in Pakistan because most of what was known was negative. So, everyone used to believe things in our country are always bad, and we don’t lead a happy life. But this has changed to some extent. After watching our dramas, people now know that we lead our lives similar to the way they live. Umera Ahmad
  1. The name Muhammad is the most common name in the world. In all the countries around the world – Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Turkey, Syria, Lebanon – there are more Muhammads than anything else. When I joined the Nation of Islam and became a Muslim, they gave me the most famous name because I was the champ. Muhammad Ali
  1. We played well in Kenya. We didn’t lose a game and we bowled Pakistan out for 100 twice. We don’t need to change much from that for this tournament. Shane Warne
  1. If Pakistan has any ideas of annexing any part of our territories by force, she should think afresh. I want to state categorically that force will be met with force and aggression against us will never be allowed to succeed. Lal Bahadur Shastri
  1. The name Muhammad is the most common name in the world. In all the countries around the world – Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Turkey, Syria, Lebanon – there are more Muhammads than anything else. When I joined the Nation of Islam and became a Muslim, they gave me the most famous name because I was the champ. Muhammad Ali
  1. A war with Pakistan would be an utter disaster. Noam Chomsky
  1. Pakistan’s future viability, stability and security lie in empowering its people and building political institutions. My goal is to prove that the fundamental battle for the hearts and minds of a generation can be accomplished only under democracy. Benazir Bhutto
  1. I am called an Islamic fundamentalist by Rushdie. My critics in Pakistan say I am a Zionist agent. I must be doing something right. Imran Khankarachi
  1. I found that a whole series of people opposed me simply on the grounds that I was a woman. The clerics took to the mosque saying that Pakistan had thrown itself outside the Muslim world and the Muslim umar by voting for a woman, that a woman had usurped a man’s place in the Islamic society. Benazir Bhutto
  1. People who ask us when we will hold talks with Pakistan are perhaps not aware that over the last 55 years, every initiative for a dialogue with Pakistan has invariably come from India. Atal Bihari Vajpayee
  1. One is actually the democracy here, you know, people are, people assume that this election means that there is democracy in Pakistan. There is no democracy. Imran Khan
  1. The overwhelming public sentiment in India was that no meaningful dialogue can be held with Pakistan until it abandons the use of terrorism as an instrument of its foreign policy. Atal Bihari Vajpayee
  1. The British Empire passed quickly and with less humiliation than its French and Dutch counterparts, but decades later, the vicious politics of partition still seems to define India and Pakistan. Pankaj Mishra
  1. Pakistan needs to have decentralization and a good local government system. Imran Khan
  1. Pakistan has dozens of laboratories and production and storage sites scattered across the country. After developing warheads with highly enriched uranium, it has more recently tried to do the same with more-powerful and compact plutonium. Barton Gellman
  1. Pakistan is alarmed by the rising Indian influence in Afghanistan, and fears that an Afghanistan cleansed of the Taliban would be an Indian client state, thus sandwiching Pakistan between two hostile countries. The paranoia of Pakistan about India’s supposed dark machinations should never be underestimated. Salman Rushdie
  1. If terror groups are to be defeated, it is national governments that will have to do so. In nations like India, governments will have to call on the patriotism of citizens to fight the terrorists. In a nation like Pakistan, the government will have to be persuaded to deal with those in their midst who are complicit. Bill Kristol
  1. I seek to lead a democratic Pakistan which is free from the yoke of military dictatorship and that will cease to be a haven, the very petri dish of international terrorism. Benazir Bhutto
  1. I want people to remember that Pakistan is my country. It is like my mother, and I love it dearly. Even if its people hate me, I will still love it. Malala Yousafzai
  1. Who has suffered? The families of the dead, no doubt. But a greater loss was inflicted on Pakistan because, as I said, we lost the pillars of our society. Pervez Musharraf
  1. You’re basing your laws and your whole outlook on natural life on mythology. It won’t work. That’s why you have all these problems in the world. Name them: India, Pakistan, Ireland. Name them-all these problems. They’re all religious problems. Jack Kevorkian
  1. In Pakistan politics is hereditary. Imran Khan
  1. Before coming here I had a minor back problem and I thought whenever I play Pakistan I get a back problem. Sachin Tendulkar
  1. The news that comes out of Pakistan is always geared toward terrorism and fundamentalism. But when you give people freedom of expression and the freedom to go out and be social and to express themselves, you will see a change. I see that coming about in my country. Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoyfaislabad
  1. Yes, I first visited Korphe village, Braldu valley, Baltistan, Pakistan, after failing to summit K2 in 1993, and met Haji Ali, a long time dear mentor and friend. My second visit to Korphe was in 1994. Greg Mortenson
  1. I was a very shy girl who led an insulated life; it was only when I came to Oxford, and to Harvard before that, that suddenly I saw the power of people. I didn’t know such a power existed, I saw people criticising their own president; you couldn’t do that in Pakistan – you’d be thrown in prison. Benazir Bhutto
  1. I would like to help my people in any way I can. It’s difficult times in Pakistan and we all have to help. Bilawal Bhutto Zardari
  1. Pakistan has made no mention of ending our tests. We have a missile program, and it is in the national interest whatever we want to do. Ayub Khan
  1. I was born a proud daughter of Pakistan, though like all Swatis I thought of myself first as a Swati and Pashtun, before Pakistani. Malala Yousafzai
  1. Pakistan now is like a horror film franchise. You know, it’s ‘Friday the 13th, Episode 63: The Terrorist from Pakistan.’ And each time we hear of Pakistan it’s in that context. Mohsin Hamid
  1. Pakistan is heir to an intellectual tradition of which the illustrious exponent was the poet and philosopher Mohammad Iqbal. He saw the future course for Islamic societies in a synthesis between adherence to the faith and adjustment to the modern age. Benazir Bhutto
  1. In countries other than Pakistan – I won’t necessarily call them ‘Western’ – people support me. This is because people there respect others. They don’t do this because I am a Pashtun or a Punjabi, a Pakistani, or an Iranian, they do it because of one’s words and character. This is why I am being respected and supported there. Malala Yousafzai
  1. Terrorism is a big danger to Pakistan’s independence. We will fight this danger for the sake of independence of Pakistan and will defeat it at all levels. Shaukat Aziz
  1. In the ultimate analysis, all of us would have served Pakistan better if history and our future generations judge us positively. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani
  1. I hope that one day when I’ll go back to Pakistan, I will build a university like Harvard. Malala Yousafzai

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