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Book of Condolence

20 February, 2003

Please submit your condolences to the families of the PAF officers who have crashed in this tragic incident. PakTribune.Com will send these messages of yours to the grieved ones.

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Reader Comments:

Speech Less

As we believe that a martyr (Shaheed) never dies, so they are very much alive and would always live in our hearts.

The whole nation shares the grieve with you all.

May Allah (swt) give you all the strength and May He bless their souls in heaven.

Thanks


Ali Jafri, Pakistan - 20 February, 2003

Gallient Soldier

Indeed it is a great loss to our Nation and particularly to our Airforce. Air Marshal Mushaf Ali Mir whom we knew very well, was a die hard Pakistani, galliant soldier and a great fighter pilot. Nation will remember him for years to come.
- Secy PAFROA (Pakistan Airforce Retired Officers Association), Peshawar

Gp. Capt Syed Hassan Raza (Ret'd), Pakistan - 20 February, 2003

Pakistan lost a good soldier

Pakistan has lost an intelligently good leader as well as a soldier. I am deeply hurt by the incident and pray that Mushaf and his wife straight go to heaven. May Allah bless the rest of the family with enduring patience.

Suqlain Haider, Pakistan - 20 February, 2003

No Politics Over This Incedent Please

I salute these Eagles while diving down for the last time. The Tourch they lit up will be kept up. Insha Allah

A.B.Bajwa, Canada - 20 February, 2003

Great Sadness

I salute the great Pakistani heroes, the flame they have lit - will never go out - but will be a testament to their ever lasting glory.

Farewell brave Shaheens - fly to heaven where u will be close to the almighty.

Mohammed Rafiq, United Arab Emirates - 21 February, 2003

Very Sad

I am so shocked since I heard about this accident as if my closest family members were among the causalities. May Allah bless the departed soles and give strength to the surviving families of our heroes and protect our Nation. We will always remember you as our heroes with pride.

Imran Sheikh, Pakistan - 21 February, 2003

Indeed a great loss for our country, we salute these men for having done their utmost in the service for the nation and their great contribution to the defence of Pakistan.

May allah bless these shaheed sons of the nation

Thanks

Shoaib Sultan, Pakistan - 21 February, 2003

A sad day for us

This is sad news for all us Pakistanis in Pakistan & around the world. May Allah rest their souls in peace and give us the strength to bear this loss.

Fahd, United Kingdom - 21 February, 2003

A great loss for our nation, indeed. Those were some fine Pakistanis and they embraced shahadat while working to make our defence stronger.

Apart from praying that Allah grants strength to the berieved families the best tribute we can pay to our brave shaheeds is to work in whatever way we can to make Pakistan stronger in all fields.

W M, Pakistan - 21 February, 2003

Salaam,
even though i didnt knew any of the officers or had heard about them, i'm really sorry for this. Dont know how to express my grief, may Allah talah give all of you strength and patience to face this sorrow. This is a huge loss for our country, but their names will be remembered forever. May Allah talah bless their souls and their families.

Allah hafiz

Tayyeba Riaz, Norway - 21 February, 2003

Ina lillah-e wa ina ilaihay rajayoon


May Allah give the departed ajar in the hereafter and bestow them a high place in Jannah. May Allah swt give patience and forebearing to the families of departed.

May Allah give Pakistan the best leadership. Ameen.

A. Basit, Pakistan - 21 February, 2003

My condolences to the bereaved families

I knew Mr/Mrs Mushaf's youngest son Maseel very well. He is a wonderful kid, excellent in both studies and sports. His character showed how wonderful his parents were and how well they had raised him. I hope Allah (swt) gives him and his siblings and relatives the courage to bear this grave loss patiently.

Salman Shuaib, Canada - 21 February, 2003

Allah in sub ko janat naseeb karay


Air Chief Marshal Mushaf Ali Mir death is a sad for Pakistan as well to human kind. My sympathy and condolences to the family of the Late Air Chief Marshal Mushaf Ali Mir.I salute these Eagles while diving down for the last time. The Tourch they lit up will be kept up. Insha Allah
Allah bless and peace be upon his soul

Abdul Qayyum, Switzerland - 21 February, 2003

My condolences for the departed. Men in uniform, died in uniform. I understand that the Air Marshal had spent 37 years in PAF. Thats much than what I have lived in this world.

A. Kumar, Hungary - 21 February, 2003

SHEEDAN-E-Kohat /SHAHEEN-E-WATAN

Ae rahey Haq kai SAHEEDO wafa ki tasveero watan ki mati Thumee SALAM khitee hay.
SHEEDAN Kohat SHAHEEN-E-WATAN Salute to all of you Braveness & Hubb-Ul-Watani

Muhammad Ismail, Jamaica - 21 February, 2003

Rah-e-Haq ka Shaheed


To,
Mushaf Shaheed

Rah-e-haq kay shaheed Watan ki Fazaien Tumahy Salam Kerti hein.

Hasnain Naqvi

Syed Hasnain Naqvi, United Kingdom - 21 February, 2003

Inna-lilahe-Wa-Inna-Illahe-Raajiun

May Allah give courage to the bereaved families of all those who left us for there heavenly aboard to bear this irreparable loss.

And may God have mercy on their souls and grant them with Jannat-e-Firdous. Amen



Erum Ihsan, Ukraine - 23 February, 2003

To the family of (Late) Air Cmdr.Javed Sabir

To all the families of the Air force officers who passed away, never forget that they are shaheed's and they live forever and are in a place that they want to be. Be proud of them all and find courage.

Zeshan Islahi, United Kingdom - 25 February, 2003

To the family of (Late) Air Cmdr.Javed Sabir

To all the families of the Air force officers who passed away, never forget that they are shaheed's and they live forever and are in a place that they want to be. Be proud of them all and find courage. I know the daughter of (late) Air cmdr. Javed Sabir, she is a a wonderful person and she herself has taken the view that all of them including her father, are people that we should be very proud of. She has found the stregth and my messege to all the other family members is that they should also be proud of them instead of sad.

Zeshan Islahi, United Kingdom - 25 February, 2003

condo

May Allah give the departed ajar in the hereafter and bestow them a high place in Jannah. May Allah swt give patience and forebearing to the families of departed

DR SHOUQ, Pakistan - 26 February, 2003

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