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karachi: He fed almost 5000 daily, 20,000 babies had been saved by him, 50,000 orphans take shelter in Edhi homes. Edhi was the real superhero Repost >> holisticali ๐Ÿ”ดWe need More like this in the world๐Ÿ”ด The beautiful face of a sincere man that dedicated his life in doing the jobs that the Pakistani Government has neglected since its inception. Here are some stories that demonstrate his gigantic heart, impeccable character and the sheer dignity by which he ran his charity. (1) Despite the fact that Abdul Sattar Edhi is the head of a million dollar foundation, he still leads a very simple life. He never accepts a single penny as a salary from Edhi foundation, he lives in a two bedroom apartment over his clinic, that however is of below average condition and only has two pairs of clothes , that he wears to all business trips, television appearances and during all of his other activities. (2) Edhi Foundation is not just confined to Pakistan. The organization stems out in the whole world and provides help wherever they can. Edhi Foundation has run relief operations in Africa, Middle East, Europe and even has aided United States of America during the New Orleans hurricane. (3) The Edhi Foundation has never accepted any money from political personalities, religious groups or governments, only accepting personal donations. (4) In October 2015, Edhi turned down an offer of Indian Rs 10 million from Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi after the foundation ensured the return of Geeta, a speech-impaired Indian girl, who had crossed over the border accidentally several years ago. She was about seven or eight years old when she was found by the Pakistani Rangers, and was adopted by the Edhi family. The foundation looked after her for 13 years till she returned to India. (5) In June, Edhi was admitted to a government hospital in Karachi after trouble with his kidneys. That was when the former President of Pakistan, Asif Ali Zardari, offered to send him abroad for treatment. Edhi turned it down. His refusal cames at a time when Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is in London, recovering from open-heart surgery. This only enhanced Edhiโ€™s image." "Inna Lillahi Wa Inna Ileyhi Raaji'oon.'' @islam.dawah WorldWideConsciousness RestInPeace GreatHeros IG ๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿฝ @realrawtruth FACEBOOK ๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿฝ @holisticali
karachi: He fed almost 5000 daily, 20,000 babies
 had been saved by him, 50,000 orphans
 take shelter in Edhi homes.
 Edhi was the real superhero
Repost >> holisticali ๐Ÿ”ดWe need More like this in the world๐Ÿ”ด The beautiful face of a sincere man that dedicated his life in doing the jobs that the Pakistani Government has neglected since its inception. Here are some stories that demonstrate his gigantic heart, impeccable character and the sheer dignity by which he ran his charity. (1) Despite the fact that Abdul Sattar Edhi is the head of a million dollar foundation, he still leads a very simple life. He never accepts a single penny as a salary from Edhi foundation, he lives in a two bedroom apartment over his clinic, that however is of below average condition and only has two pairs of clothes , that he wears to all business trips, television appearances and during all of his other activities. (2) Edhi Foundation is not just confined to Pakistan. The organization stems out in the whole world and provides help wherever they can. Edhi Foundation has run relief operations in Africa, Middle East, Europe and even has aided United States of America during the New Orleans hurricane. (3) The Edhi Foundation has never accepted any money from political personalities, religious groups or governments, only accepting personal donations. (4) In October 2015, Edhi turned down an offer of Indian Rs 10 million from Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi after the foundation ensured the return of Geeta, a speech-impaired Indian girl, who had crossed over the border accidentally several years ago. She was about seven or eight years old when she was found by the Pakistani Rangers, and was adopted by the Edhi family. The foundation looked after her for 13 years till she returned to India. (5) In June, Edhi was admitted to a government hospital in Karachi after trouble with his kidneys. That was when the former President of Pakistan, Asif Ali Zardari, offered to send him abroad for treatment. Edhi turned it down. His refusal cames at a time when Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is in London, recovering from open-heart surgery. This only enhanced Edhiโ€™s image." "Inna Lillahi Wa Inna Ileyhi Raaji'oon.'' @islam.dawah WorldWideConsciousness RestInPeace GreatHeros IG ๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿฝ @realrawtruth FACEBOOK ๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿฝ @holisticali

Repost >> holisticali ๐Ÿ”ดWe need More like this in the world๐Ÿ”ด The beautiful face of a sincere man that dedicated his life in doing the jobs...

karachi: An Indian flight attendant hid the passports of the American passengers on board a hijacked flightto save them from the hijackers. She died while shielding three children from a hail of bullets. Her name Never forget this Shero, her name was Neerja @standup911 5.25 am, September 5, 1986: The Pan Am 73 flight from Mumbai to Frankfurt landed at the Jinnah International Airport, Karachi, for an hour-long stopover. Four heavily-armed Palestinian men, belonging to the Abu Nidal Organisation, hijacked the aircraft carrying 360 passengers, many of them Americans. They grabbed Neerja, who was at the entrance to welcome the passengers, by her hair. Sensing danger, she conveyed the โ€œhijack codeโ€ over the intercom to the flightโ€™s cockpit crew. Soon, the cockpit crew โ€” pilot, co-pilot and flight engineer โ€” escaped through the cockpitโ€™s emergency hatch. Being the purser, Neerja became the head of the flight even though she had started flying only six months ago. For 17 hours, Neerja and other members of the crew did their best to take care of the passengers and calm them down. She protected the Americans on board, who were targeted by the hijackers, by hiding their passports under a seat. At 9.55 pm, when the flightโ€™s auxiliary power unit ran out of fuel, plunging the aircraft into darkness, the hijackers went on a shooting spree. Neerja and a passenger flung open two emergency doors, allowing many passengers to escape. While helping three children slide down the chute of the emergency exit, Neerja was hit by bullets. Though she was rescued by two of her colleagues, she died before any medical assistance could reach her. She was one of 23 casualties. Hero r-p @dilute_the_power bethechange standup911
karachi: An Indian flight attendant hid the
 passports of the American passengers on
 board a hijacked flightto save them from the
 hijackers. She died while shielding three
 children from a hail of bullets. Her name
Never forget this Shero, her name was Neerja @standup911 5.25 am, September 5, 1986: The Pan Am 73 flight from Mumbai to Frankfurt landed at the Jinnah International Airport, Karachi, for an hour-long stopover. Four heavily-armed Palestinian men, belonging to the Abu Nidal Organisation, hijacked the aircraft carrying 360 passengers, many of them Americans. They grabbed Neerja, who was at the entrance to welcome the passengers, by her hair. Sensing danger, she conveyed the โ€œhijack codeโ€ over the intercom to the flightโ€™s cockpit crew. Soon, the cockpit crew โ€” pilot, co-pilot and flight engineer โ€” escaped through the cockpitโ€™s emergency hatch. Being the purser, Neerja became the head of the flight even though she had started flying only six months ago. For 17 hours, Neerja and other members of the crew did their best to take care of the passengers and calm them down. She protected the Americans on board, who were targeted by the hijackers, by hiding their passports under a seat. At 9.55 pm, when the flightโ€™s auxiliary power unit ran out of fuel, plunging the aircraft into darkness, the hijackers went on a shooting spree. Neerja and a passenger flung open two emergency doors, allowing many passengers to escape. While helping three children slide down the chute of the emergency exit, Neerja was hit by bullets. Though she was rescued by two of her colleagues, she died before any medical assistance could reach her. She was one of 23 casualties. Hero r-p @dilute_the_power bethechange standup911

Never forget this Shero, her name was Neerja @standup911 5.25 am, September 5, 1986: The Pan Am 73 flight from Mumbai to Frankfurt landed...