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"166 is hijacked"

Call me a war hysteric citizen of Pakistan, I'd accept the charge Sir - that's what I have done to myself. Nonetheless, what is in this post is the final conversion that took place b/w shaheed Flt. Lt. Rashid Minhas and "air control at PAF Base Masroor recorded around 11:30 am on August 20, 1971". Finally, I'm hearing words of that pilot everyone adores, home and abroad, being too young, doing too momentuous a task that every Muslim must have a desire in his heart to do, i.e., to attain martyrdom (hope you have clear understanding of this word in Islam, if not, see some authentic Islamic scholar)... This conversation is a bit incomprehensible - all that is mentioned here, which Minhas repeated a few times: 166 is hijacked! (166 is perhaps a kind of a code referring to his flight).



Young Rashid!

2 did criticisms:

Akhtar Wasim Dar said...

The last words of Rashid Minhas are not very clearly heard but one can just feel the “moment” and that feeling ultimately turns into an awe and gratitude for our young hero.

M. Umer Toor said...

The last words of Rashid Minhas are not very clearly heard but one can just feel the “moment”

How true...!

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