About PKKH

Pakistan Ka Khuda Hafiz | Allah Is Our Protector

The name ‘Pakistan ka Khuda Hafiz’ is an affirmation of our belief in the total and unequivocal support of Khuda-e-Zuljalaal. It has intentionally been chosen as our mission statement to rid the term of its negative connotations and bring to light the power of these words; for it is with our fate in Allah’s hands and an unbreakable will to achieve the true potential of our Pak Sarzameen that we have risen to reject the negative propaganda against Pakistan as well as to combat the evil designs of our enemies.

Pakistan is here to stay and through all the hardships that we are going through right now a new dawn will emerge and by God it will happen when we have the unwavering belief that ‘Allah is our Protector’.

The PKKH LOGO – The two Ks appear as a ‘rehel’, on top of which rests the crescent and star which are widely used to identify with the Islamic faith. The Crescent/Star also represents an Islamic Pakistan. The five stars represent the five pillars of Islam. In addition to the five pillars, the next most important part of the Islamic faith is Jihad, represented in the logo by the sword.

PKKH is a thinktank working 24/7 towards creating awareness and highlighting the various security threats Pakistan faces from major global and regional players as well as the traitors and terrorists within our ranks, and their facilitators. PKKH Objectives, listed in detail below, revolve around the defence of Pakistan’s ideological and geo-strategic interests and ideology at any required front.

PKKH is not funded by or affiliated to any political or religious parties or individuals, corporations, media organizations or intelligence agencies.

PKKH Main Objectives:

1. To promote and propagate the true ‘pan-islamic’ ideology and spirit of Pakistan as envisioned by its founding fathers and to gather and galvanize all Pakistanis around this common ideology, and to work towards its manifestation, irrespective of their religious or political affiliations in an effort to immediately curb creating any further religious, ethnic, linguistic or regional differences among Pakistanis as it defeats the very principles PKKH prides itself in stading for, that is, “unity, faith and discipline”.

2. To contribute towards making Pakistan a welfare state based on the supreme model of Khilafat e Rashida that strives towards full implementation of Commandments of Allah, Islamic law and Teachings of Rasool Allah (s.a.a.w.s) in “all” spheres of governnance both on domestic as well as international levels.

3. To put in all our energies behind the goal of bringing about a drastic yet constructive ‘ideological revolution’ in the Pakistani mindset, transforming it into what Allama Iqbal dreamt it to be and what Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah worked to acheive.

4. To facilitate replacement of the failed and corrupt western-style democratic system by a civil setup consisting of individuals who are true patriots at heart and specialized technocrats at hand. Pan-Islamic in nature, these individuals must be Pro-Pakistan and Pro-Islam loyalists who will join hands to form a “government of conscience” and a “government of accountabiltiy” whether or not with the support of the Armed forces of Pakistan to ensure the well being of Pakistani nation and manifestation of its true destiny as the leader of the Islamic world and fortress for the Islamic Ummah.

5. To defend and support Pakistan’s geo-strategic and regional interests on every forum and every possible front.

6. To strive to expose elements that are working against the interests of Pakistan and are involved in any sort of anti-Pakistan activities that could harm the state and nation of Pakistan in any way, with complete disregard to the religious or ethnic or political affiliations of these elements.

7. To strive in an effort to influence the policies of the Armed Forces of Pakistan with the goal of bringing them furthermore along the same lines as that of the patriots of Pakistan and therefore extend full moral, ethical and political support to the Armed Forces and Intelligence Services of Pakistan including operations carried out by these institutions which, as mentioned above, are in line with the true ideology of Pakistan and as per the opinions and wishes of its citizens.

8. To reject and discourage movements which are involved in and associated to any kind of activities that could create chaos to spread hatred on religious, political, linguistic or regional grounds within the Pakistani society. Legitimacy of individuals or groups propagating beliefs based on “Takfir” will not be tolerated at any cost.

9. To take part in honest, unbiased reporting, opinion building, knowledge enhancement with intellectual development, spiritual growth and self-realization of the people of Pakistan in general and the youth of Pakistan in particular.

PKKH Rules & Regulations:

1. PKKH as an organization will continue to uphold the ‘Main Objectives’ at all costs above any kind of precedence, preference or appeasement to any particular party, concept, personality (dead or alive), or a specific group of individuals, and will continue to work with whoever it deems necessary to further the Main Objectives. Any collaboration with any other person/group/party/organization/think thank will only be based on commonality of objectives, ideas and/or goals to achieve.

2. PKKH firmly believes that the Pakistani nation and the entire Islamic Ummah at large has the best possible leadership in the seerah of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and recognizes him as the true and only leader of any revivlist movement in the Islamic world. Furthermore, no action, activity or stance which could harm/halt/disrupt/distract the ‘Main Objectives’, shall be facilitated.

3. PKKH exists and operates as a totally independent and self-reliant organization, promoting and propagating ideas, opinions and analyses governed by the vision and ideology being followed so as to solely achieve the Main Objectives.

4. PKKH as an organization will hold neutral stance and respect all “sects” and “schools of thought” of Islam excluding individuals or groups who have been unanimously declared as “Apostate” by authentic Islamic Scholars and the state of Islamic Republic of Pakistan.

5. PKKH will neither allow any of its resources to be used nor its members to participate in certain activities including the acts of supporting or promoting the statements made, whether written or oral which:
a. Attempt to negate the Two Nation Theory and Ideology of Pakistan
b. Are deemed to be against the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
c. Are deemed to be against the standard beliefs, values, practices and virtues of Islam, Qur’an, Hadeeth and authentic religious literature
d. Are deemed to harm the Armed Forces of Pakistan.
e. Promote the member’s personal views on ethnic and sectarian issues and can cause friction among other members of the team who may subscribe to different Islamic schools of thought or sects.

6. PKKH acknowledges that there may be honest patriotic elements or individuals in even the current corrupt political and buecratic structure who despite their pure intentions are hampered by the existing faulty system and views them as victims of the system themselves and sympathizez with such individuals but it shall not in any case, promote or extend support to any existing political party. However we may broadcast or use patriotic statements or pro-Pakistan actions by political parties or leaders to achieve goals to defend and support the interests of Pakistan.

7. PKKH members or volunteers are specifically barred to promote any specific political party, religious group or any other organization/entity using PKKH resources, its platforms or brand of PKKH.

8. PKKH members or volunteers shall not make or purport to make any statement at any website, forum or blog which is in conflict with the framework.

9. PKKH respects all the religious minorities and all “muslim” sects in the country as deemed authentic by the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. It firmly believes in freedom of speech and encourages its readers to speak; however, all comments from users shall be subject to Moderator’s review to ensure that such comments do not contradict with the policies of this framework.

10. PKKH’s discussion groups must be kept free from unnecessary arguments based on sectarian, religious and ethnic lines. Any differences of opinion and thinking based on sectarian and ethnic orientations must be kept at a personal level by all team members and not be discussed using PKKH’s comments section or discussion groups.

PKKH Policies:

1. PKKH recognizes China as Pakistan’s long-term ally in the region and a time-tested friend emphasizing the importance of strategic ties and cooperation with China in economic, defense and other sectors.

2. PKKH opposes illegal Indian occupation of Kashmir territory and supports legitimate freedom struggle in Indian occupied Kashmir. PKKH will continue to extend ethical and moral support to Kashmiri freedom fighters using media and public forums available at PKKH’s disposal.

3. PKKH recognizes Afghan Taliban as legitimate representatives of Afghan nation and lends moral support to their cause of freeing their nation from occupying US and NATO forces.

4. PKKH does not recognize any right of illegal state of Israel to exist or occupy Palestinian lands.
5. PKKH firmly opposes the presence of ‘all’ foreign intelligence agencies in the region, including but not limited to Indian, American and Israeli involvement in Afghanistan and Baluchistan.

6. PKKH opposes all aggression by a power state towards other weaker state(s) particularly, US invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq including the presence of US forces in other Muslim lands including Pakistan.

7. PKKH firmly opposes terrorism in all its forms, including state sponsored terrorism in Kashmir, Palestine, Chechnia, Iraq and Afghanistan by India, Israel, Russia and United States of America respectively.

8. PKKH believes in a non confrontional approach towards all fellow Pakistanis and muslims regardless of their secterian or political affiliations until otherwise convinced that the resistance being put forth is indeed by the forces of falsehood with malice against the state of Pakistan or Islam in genreal. Moreover PKKH strongly rejects all anti-Pakistan elements including the foreign-backed Terrorist groups operating in Balochistan, NWFP and others parts of the country, as well as anti-Pakistan elements within mainstream political parties.

The PKKH Executive Committee reserves the right to make changes to the above guidelines and policies whenever deemed necessary. Any disagreements with or issues arising from the above stated guidelines and policies should be discussed privately with the Executive Committee, which may take necessary action or make amendments if required.

PKKH is now also on facebook

Pakistan Pa’indabad.

Dan Qayyum | PakistanKaKhudaHafiz

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  1. AA. In the links section of your blog, can you also include link to the official website of brasstacks, http://www.brasstacks.pk

    brasstacks webmaster

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    • asalam u alaikum,
      im a student, i want to be the part of your team and attend the gathering of 23 march 2010 on minar e pakistan


    (K. Hussan Zia)

    Bennet Ramberg, an erstwhile US State Department insider has written an article under the title ‘India: Let Kashmir Go’ in a recent issue of The Christian Science Monitor. He thinks following the Mumbai tragedy, ‘—– the possibility of war may intensify in years to come if India ramps up its ‘Cold Start’ military doctrine.

    India has apparently war-gamed this strategy since 2004. According to Mr. Ramberg it is based on the assumption that occupation of limited Pakistani territory, following a surgical military strike, could be used as a bargaining chip to force Islamabad to heel. More dangerously, it presupposes that it can be done without crossing the nuclear threshold.

    The doctrine has serious basic flaws. It assumes that Pakistan will accept any Indian military adventurism passively. If anything, the opposite is true. No government, especially one that is politically weak, can survive without being seen to be reacting decisively in the face of attack. It is also a fallacy that once started the war will remain confined to a small geographic location. Logically, Pakistan can be expected to strike back in areas of Indian weakness and things are bound to escalate from there.

    It is possible that the concept may be based on the premise that after the Indians have made some gains in a surprise attack the United Nations will step in and bring about a cease fire. The Security Council resolutions are dependent upon consensus and not all of its permanent members may be in favour of an early end to the war. The acceptance of any ceasefire will be dependent on Pakistan . She may like to hold out until after making some countervailing gains of her own.

    The assumption that the nuclear threshold will somehow not be crossed does not conform to the basic concept of deterrence. Pakistan does not have a ‘second strike’ nuclear capability at the moment. If she is not to put a substantial part of her nuclear arsenal at risk she will be obliged to strike first. If some naïve politician makes a statement that is different for whatever reasons, it would be inadvisable to use it as an element in military planning. Secondly, it is fatal to try and anticipate where the nuclear threshold may lie. Chances are it is not even fixed.

    Too many generals in the past have courted catastrophe by under-estimating the enemy. One hopes the Indians will remember this and will also take into consideration all the other imponderables involved. Unlike in the past, any miscalculation can have potentially horrendous consequences in the present situation. Wisdom demands that the risk/benefit ratio of any ‘Cold Start’ be weighed extremely carefully.

    It will be apparent even from a cursory study of military history that it is very easy to start a war; any fool can do it and many have in the past. Unfortunately, once started, wars have a mind of their own and more often than not assume unpredictable proportions, durations and directions. Bringing about a satisfactory end to a war is a very different kettle of fish that holds no guarantees even at the best of times.

    The solution to most problems of this world does not lie in throwing in the military. What happened in Mumbai was tragic, uncalled for and has to be condemned in the strongest possible terms. But starting a war with Pakistan will solve nothing except to compound the tragedy possibly a million-fold.

    The situation is not dissimilar to what transpired between Britain and Ireland in the seventies and eighties on the IRA issue. In the end, it was resolved through wisdom and patience. Perhaps, we should take a leaf out of that book and see if we can learn anything. But before that can happen we have to renounce threats and the use of force that are futile and utterly counter-productive.

    (The writer is a retired Pakistan Navy officer and author of ‘Muslims and the West: A Muslim Perspective’ and the forthcoming ‘Pakistan: Perspective and Genesis’)

  3. Why dont we join hands togethar to fight the comman enenmy with their own real reports/Information on the brutalities on muslims and use it against them!

  4. Mr. Asim you are right in suggesting this as I have devised the same stratagey while interacting with Diplomates in Islamabad,Quoting their media reports and then seeking their take on it.
    It has to be be polite but with true facts and trust me it does work.
    I would Request all pakistanis who love their country to act for the country and not for the Politicians.
    Long Live Pakistan and Long live Pakistan ARMY.

  5. I am an Indian Hindu and proud of both my nationality and religion. I do not believe in hating an entire community, not even Pakistani Muslims. However, many of the links given in your blog, such as one zillion reasons as to why one should leave India, make little sense. That article has nothing to do with Pakistan, and the fact is, that AS FAR AS DEMOCRACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS ARE CONCERNED, PAKISTAN IS FACING MORE PROBLEMS THAN INDIA. sO, PAKISTANI FRIENDS SHOULD FOCUS MORE ON SOLVING THEIR OWN PROBLEMS THAN TRYING TO RIDICULE INDIA. And Mr. Asim, if Muslims in India have some problems, it is not as though Hindus in Pakistan are not facing any problems. Otherwise, both Indian Muslims and Pakistani Hindus have occupied celebrated posts in both the countries like playing for their respective cricket teams and being Ministers or Chief Justice, so to exaggerate the problems of the religious minorities in both the countries would be unfair. Democracy has been very unstable in Pakistan, and religious extremists and the Armed Forces rule the country. Pakistani friends need to solve their own problems, just as we do.

  6. The people like MR. Mubashir only spread disappointment & disinformation among the nation. The people like him do not beleive Allah and HIS powers who can change any thing. The need of the hour is to believe HIM firmly and try to bring change in ourselves according to the teachings of ISLam & Quran. Inshallah we will see a developed Pakistan soon irrespective of the fact that there are so many problems and issues but Allah Almighty will bring change among these issues because there are so many people still are prersent in Pakistan who are dead honest, loyal, patriotic and true muslim and are strugling for this country. This country has basis on the sacrifices of so many women and their sons so this coubtry can be ruined. Inshallah change will come soon and the people like Mr. Mubashir will see this change. Reember one more thing MR.Mubashir always emotional and fanatics bring change not the people who are more intellectual. These type of people only speak and not practice.
    Pakistan paindabad.


    Condoms ‘too big’ for Indian men
    By Damian Grammaticus
    BBC News, Delhi

    There is a “lack of awareness” over condom sizes
    A survey of more than 1,000 men in India has concluded that condoms made according to international sizes are too large for a majority of Indian men.

    The study found that more than half of the men measured had penises that were shorter than international standards for condoms.

    It has led to a call for condoms of mixed sizes to be made more widely available in India.

    The two-year study was carried out by the Indian Council of Medical Research.

    Over 1,200 volunteers from the length and breadth of the country had their penises measured precisely, down to the last millimetre.

    The scientists even checked their sample was representative of India as a whole in terms of class, religion and urban and rural dwellers.

    It’s not size, it’s what you do with it that matters
    Sunil Mehra
    The conclusion of all this scientific endeavour is that about 60% of Indian men have penises which are between three and five centimetres shorter than international standards used in condom manufacture.

    Doctor Chander Puri, a specialist in reproductive health at the Indian Council of Medical Research, told the BBC there was an obvious need in India for custom-made condoms, as most of those currently on sale are too large.

    The issue is serious because about one in every five times a condom is used in India it either falls off or tears, an extremely high failure rate.

    And the country already has the highest number of HIV infections of any nation.

    ‘Not a problem’

    Mr Puri said that since Indians would be embarrassed about going to a chemist to ask for smaller condoms there should be vending machines dispensing different sizes all around the country.

    “Smaller condoms are on sale in India. But there is a lack of awareness that different sizes are available. There is anxiety talking about the issue. And normally one feels shy to go to a chemist’s shop and ask for a smaller size condom.”

    But Indian men need not be concerned about measuring up internationally according to Sunil Mehra, the former editor of the Indian version of the men’s magazine Maxim.

    “It’s not size, it’s what you do with it that matters,” he said.

    “From our population, the evidence is Indians are doing pretty well.

    “With apologies to the poet Alexander Pope, you could say, for inches and centimetres, let fools contend.”

  8. i want to write with you. leave me a comment if interested.

  9. I admire your effort the way ur trying to portray n protect Pakistan through this website. I like and enjoy the way you people counter enemies of Pakistan through your articles. I also like to contribute my articles with you but unfortunately I don’t know the procedure. Please let me know promptly so that I can also serve my country.

  10. TruePakistani and others who wish to share/contribute articles etc, please email them to pakistankakhudahafiz@gmail.com

  11. Excellent effort for ummt-e-Muslima and Pakistan.
    JazakAllah khair

  12. The kind of comments posted on your site (e.g. see condoms) seems to reflect the thesis of your website, i.e. “pakistan ka khuda hi hafiz hai”, where if there was ever a possibility of removing the negative connotation from it, seems to be impossible in case of Pakistan.

    I would argue that the term really is used in situations where something has really gone FUBAR, and in no way reflect an atheist view. so really rename your site to Pakistan ka khuda hi hafiz hai.

  13. sir i also want this type of work but i dont have idea about this i have much money but i dont have this type technical things plz help me thanks

  14. Great Blog for us pakistani. Keep it up.
    It make us proud of what we have acheived as a nation, which most time is not shown by the hyprocite western and sometimes by our local media.
    May Allah Protect our country.

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  16. Very inspiring and motivating. Keep up the good work at “PKKH”

  17. good work

  18. Excellent work..

  19. Iam a great fan of ahmed qureshi and this site.I started visiting this site when i was working for kargil group on facebook .I got alot information from this ahmed’s site and i really want to thank him for that .Because as we all know we were losing hope being youngster i was a lit.bit confused and underestimated that we could do any thing but now after researching all i got to know that we are alhamdulliah the best!we have world’s best army and militarry.
    Iam sharing here a link which has posted on my fb group as well and other brave martyrs group also .This is about swat operation..martyrs .
    in this link pics are present i wish if ahmed utilizes this for his site.This is a tribute to all heroes esp of lower rank .

  20. asalaam o alykum

    i love this blog mashaALlah.
    PKKH rocks.
    may Allah swt give the team of PKKH all good both in this world and the next ameen 🙂

  21. Asallam-O-Alaikum

    Nice to friends atleast some one is trying some thing better for pakistan and pakistanis ALHAMDAULILLAH.

    Best Regards

    Khalid From Malaysia

  22. aoa.i have nthing to say bt i have just tears with lots lots lots lots lots lots of prayers that ALMIGHTY ALLAH keep u save.i want to joine u or i want to work for pak bt i can,but if i can ,then atleast i can pray 4 those people who r working very sincearily for pak.best of luck n remember u r always in my prayers INSHALLAH u ll be successful 4 ever

  23. Dear Sir,

    My name is umer khalid and i am living in uk .Myself & friends from PAkistan are deeply concerned about the devastating past and present situation of pakistan, which has gone to its worst form now.

    The thing that really annoy us is the fact that the govt is not taking efficient measures to tackle the issues. In reality they are corrupt.

    Since the media in Pakistan playing a vital role to protect and defend the rights of people while exposing these corrupt politicians, I was just wondering if the media and pakistani community here can do something in collaboration with eachother to find out any solution to protect our dear country.

    any suggestions are welcome.

    Umer Khalid .

  24. this web sit will be hacked by government of india hackers any time in future

  25. asalam u alaikum,
    i want to be a part of your team plz leave a reply on my id if possible

  26. ‘Pakistan ka Khuda Hafiz’ were the words uttered by the resigning General (retired) Pervaiz Musharraf.

    A proud student of SZABIST. Zinda Hai Bhutto Zinda hai.

  27. Assalam o alaikum,
    The youth is patriotic but they underestimate themselves due to lack of vigilance and self motivation.

    Contemporary we are neglecting the game which is basically played by others.

    Why we forget our role for this country???

    The epitome of this homeland must be asked by those whose dear one had shed the blood and laid there lives for the Muslim Ummah, the nation.

    PAKISTAN KA KHUDA HAFIZ is doing a tremendous role to acknowledge the Muslim Ummah…
    Wake up guys!!! Truth is stranger than fiction…

  28. **********the PKKH team**********
    Please take notice of these indians who are cluttering our website with nothing but utter trash. And take notice of the insulting remarks they are regurgitating against our Prophet (PBUH). This is meant to generate a discussion amongst Pakistanis not accommodate trash talking by these social isolate low life indians. Recently we’ve seen indian masquerading as Pakistanis and using our nicks to spread their trash. They were duly caught after much prompting and their comments were removed but the very next day they were back again with the same nonsense. Now we don’t have any problems in nailing their asses to the wall but it takes the focus away from the topic at hand. As the Pakistan movement takes more and more momentum and more people visit this site, it is really disgusting to see these filthy comments by these degenerate indians. Is anyone really monitoring these posts.

  29. Saffronslayer

    Perhaps no one is monitoring the posts but I have seen the nonsense and filth. It only lowers Indians in the eyes of the world. Intelligent people are able to find the gems here in spite of the people who try to cause trouble.

    I am so happy to find this site and I have placed it among my references on my site.I have learned much here. Keep up the good work.

  30. i thing we need 2 do more against this indian media

  31. guys I want to join your team…
    Is there a chance

  32. guys I want to join team of PKKH…
    Is there a chance

  33. Asalamualikum Sir i have create a blog http://pakyouthblog.wordpress.com/ i add PKKH at my blog as a link hope you never mind i am on the SAME cause
    thank you

  34. Hi Friends Join new Website “WORK FOR REVOLUTION”
    Ideology Based website working for Revolution and Takmeel-e-Pakistan on 23rd March 2010.
    I want To link my website on this site Please help our Team to this Noble Cause.


  35. aslaam u alykum sir i am writing this from sydney australia and i want to discuss here something its very important here in sydney tv they r broadcasting pakistan against movies everyday which is i think very very dangerous they r creating an atmosphere against pakistan that all terriorist come and being educated of terrorism from pakistam .we r so scared what is this all going on.

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