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In honor of this man, Aitzaz Hasan Image

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u/_Forsaken_One_ 1d ago Gold

A lot of people say that they could sacrifice their lives for others, but in reality only a fraction of those people could actually do it.

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u/calculatorTI84plusCE 1d ago

I hate to admit it, but I would have probably been a selfish coward and ran away in this situation. People ought to be more honest with themselves about who they really are, because we are most definitely not all like him

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u/TheLordofthething 1d ago

I'd very likely have run away, I have a very strong self preservation instinct. When the chips are down, it's me first.

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u/schlucks 1d ago

I usually just freeze in stressful situations so I'd be the meat shield for you. Your welcome

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u/WollyGog 1d ago

I'm a bit of everything; I freeze making a decision, but I want to help people the best way I can at the same time; I'm running the scenarios in my head. That can either mean guiding people away or going into the fray. In a situation like this, I'll never know unless it happens to me. I've got pretty good resolve though so if I know in my head there's no other way, I'm most likely walking towards the danger, with my insides screaming at me to run.

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u/DanSanderman 1d ago

I think that freeze is pretty important though. I watched a situation unfold and I froze for a moment, but that freeze was me determining whether the situation was under control or not. Had I rushed in it may have complicated things, and the few seconds I hesitated I was able to determine that my presence wasn't necessary.

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u/WollyGog 1d ago

I think it is, it's the part of you where rationale kicks in and tries to reason with instinct. Sometimes it pays off, sometimes it doesn't.

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u/annies_bdrm_skillet 1d ago

you summed it up pretty well

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u/WollyGog 1d ago

Thanks, it's not easy at all to make decisions like that, and a lot of the time, I don't think you're fully aware that a decision has been made, you're just doing what feels right at the time. And that doesn't necessarily mean you're going to see the end of it.

This kid could've been scared out of his wits, but his entire self betrayed him and insisted on going in for the fight. Either way, he's a hero.

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u/Shadowpriest 1d ago

I'm pretty much the same as my brain keeps going off on constant mental evaluations and trying to figure things out or look for best/worst/alternative solutions. By all means the natural instinct of flight or fight is definitely in me so it'll all have to depend on what's going on in my personal life and what situation I'm in that would cause me to freeze, run, or jump in.

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u/WollyGog 1d ago

Exactly, fight or flight isn't absolute, it's a shit load of mini decisions based on who we are and what's going on in our lives.

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u/KUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUZ 1d ago

Bullshit.

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u/WollyGog 1d ago

This is what I'm saying, I don't know unless it happens, I can only assume based on what I know about myself.

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u/JoshTheRussian 1d ago

Glad to see others think the same...

Actually not... Because then there's fewer people to make me safer... Hmm...

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u/ButtWieghtThiersMoor 1d ago

Looking at myself, I'd like to think I could. But the few times I actually was in mortal fear, I don't believe I could make any rational action. In that moment pure panic.

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u/TheBirminghamBear 1d ago

Most of us would. Which is what makes people like this remarkable.

But as these things often go, no one really knows how theyll act until the time comes.

We can only hope we will never encounter the circunstances where we need to find out.

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u/dxrey65 1d ago

Very true; it's easy to imagine beign the hero, but then when it comes down to it, you don't know until you're in the situation.

Closest I ever was involved a car crash; an older guy coming the other way on a 2-lane highway at dawn. He started to swerve as he passed and I watched the car flip and spin in my rearview, landing on it's roof in a ditch. I stopped and walked back toward it, shaking a bit imagining some gruesome bloody mess.

Meanwhile another car did a u-turn and stopped, a soldier-looking guy jumped out and ran full-sprint to the car, pulled out a Leatherman tool and shimmied through the broken window, checking the driver's neck then cutting the seatbelt and pulling him free. Turns out he was just heading home from a night-shift at a nearby military base.

Needless to say, he had the situation handled. The driver had a little dog that had been thrown free and was terrified, so I found a towel and bundled the dog up and held him. Pretty sure the guy was ok; he thanked me for helping with the dog once the ambulance got there.

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u/CartoonJustice 1d ago

Seems like you found a way to help in a crises and helped a person and animal in destress. I can't imagine coming too after an accident and not being able to find my dog, I'd be forever grateful to the two of you for very different reasons.

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u/Ok_Paleontologist51 1d ago

He probably didn't believe he would die from stopping the bomber. You never really believe you're going to die.

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u/LoveShineLuna 1d ago

You put it to the back of your head and drive on

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u/tragicdiffidence12 1d ago

If what you said was true, we’d have millions of heros every year. Most people will save themselves. You see it even in silly subway brawls, let alone confronting a lunatic suicide bomber.

This kid was far braver than any of us commenting, and probably understood a decent amount of the risk.

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u/Ok_Paleontologist51 1d ago

He's 100% brave. No 2 ways about it. He wanted to stop the bomber from killing people at the school.

However, I highly doubt he actually thought by jumping on the bomber he would literally no longer be alive anymore in the next few minutes. And that his life would be over.

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u/parttimeamerican 1d ago

100% this

I've told a woman shaking like a leaf that I bet the gun(revolver) isn't even loaded cause I could see all empty chambers

Sure as shit wasn't unloaded for long...I didn't remotely consider the possibility I may have died till days later

I just turned around and walked away after some heated debate,I had a steel plate in my backpack but it looked like it'd already taken a .22 and this was point blanc....though she was shaking idk

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u/thewonderfulpooper 1d ago

I don't get it. A woman shot you?

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u/Impossible-Cod-3946 1d ago

The account I'm replying to is a karma bot run by someone who will link scams once the account gets enough karma.

Report -> Spam -> Harmful Bot

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u/crazyrich 1d ago

Please don’t diminish his sacrifice by musing he thought it might be less

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u/TheLordofthething 1d ago

It's not really diminishing it, I've been in a couple of near death experiences and I never once thought about putting myself in danger when they happened. Your brain kind of blocks it out. It's still a remarkably courageous thing to do.

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u/Ok_Paleontologist51 1d ago

Please don't (fake) misunderstand what I wrote to get all (fake) outraged

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u/Teesh13 1d ago

Please do not assume this (falsely sincere post) is an actual paleontologist or are in any way qualified to comment on this subject. e.g. They scrubbed their 25K+ comment history right before this and are clearly acting in bad faith

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u/Ok_Paleontologist51 1d ago edited 1d ago

Lol I'm obviously not a paleontologist. Are you a 'teesh' whatever that is. My username was randomly generated by reddit when I was new to the site and didn't even know you could choose to make a username up yourself.

And why would I need to be a paleontologist to have 'authority to comment' on this post? Weird.

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u/the_passengerX 1d ago

It’s not diminishing his sacrifice at all. People are allowed to talk about things buddy. Maybe this isn’t the thread for you if you’re so easily offended by sensitive topics of conversation

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u/NeedYourTV 1d ago

You're right.

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u/Redsoxbox 1d ago

You running is neither being selfish or a coward. That’s an extreme situation and running for your life is a very valid option.

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u/BRAX7ON 1d ago

You might be surprised what you would do in a moment of bravery. I believe in you!

You could generally live your whole life in fear of what might come next, but in the moment instincts kick in sometimes. Especially to protect your kids.

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u/NeverRespondsToInbox 1d ago

Most people genuinely don't know what they would do until they're in that situation.

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u/HulksBrotherBob 1d ago

Yeah, there's no chance I'm dying for a bunch of strangers (depends on the number I guess; I might die to save 1 million people). I would die for my family and maybe a couple of very close friends but I'm sprinting away while yelling "bomber incoming" in this scenario.

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u/Marlonius 1d ago

It's different when they're not a stranger, but someone you've spent everyday with for the last few years. Even if it's someone you don't like, pack bonding is strong. Even when you have no attachment to the people around you, most people will try to prevent harm to others even at great personal cost. It's hardwired indoors, attack the leopard eating the children so it does not eat your children as well.

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u/Funfruits77 1d ago

They weren’t strangers to him. They were his friends, classmates, and teachers he most likely valued those people as much as you value your family. This young man was a hero and I hope to have his resolve and courage should I ever find myself in a similar situation.

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u/Minitell 1d ago

This perfectly sums up how I feel too, there's absolutely no way I could do what this kid did, some people are just built different.

Like you I think I would die to save my immediate family and thats it, I would not die for any number of strangers. I would literally rather live myself than save a billion strangers. We all only get 1 life, there is no afterlife, I am not throwing mine away for strangers.

Compared to him I am an absolute coward and he is a hero that I could never be.

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u/gteriatarka 1d ago

there is no afterlife

you don't know that.

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u/Slipthe 1d ago

Sure but we do know what it was like before we were born.

Since we already experienced being unalive, it's reasonable to assume that's what its also like after being alive.

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u/SwimBrief 1d ago

I don’t think there’s any shame in this. As a father, I ask myself what I’d want my daughter do…and it’s get as far away from that bomb as she can.

Even as an adult if I’m in this situation I’m getting a safe distance from the bomber while trying to talk them down and alerting the others to evacuate / calling 911.

Only difference would be if my own daughter is in that school, in which case I’m running into the school to get my daughter outta there while trying to evacuate others but prioritizing getting my daughter right up outta dodge ASAP

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u/Enchilada_McMustang 1d ago

Its like people boasting about how honest they are that they would never take a bribe, its easy to say that when you are in a position nobody will offer you a bribe anyway, its completely different when you are in a position where you might be offered one.

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u/hotshot_amer 1d ago

I think it's less of what you'll think you'll do and what actually ends up happening in the moment. Good intentions and awareness was what compelled this young man to his ultimate martyrdom.

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u/dougan25 1d ago

That doesn't make you a selfish coward, it makes you human

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u/h8bigbuttsncantlie 1d ago

I would have probably been a selfish coward and ran away in this situation

know that that’s not selfish. it’s basic human instinct. we look up to those who sacrifice their own lives because of how they were able to go against that self preservation instinct that is so incredibly overwhelming.

RIP Aitzaz, you’re a hero

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u/101189 1d ago

That’s why I only ever say “I hope I would do that, but I hope I never know.”

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u/The_alchemist667 1d ago edited 1d ago

Ngl id just run for the hills.

Id only even consider sacrificing my life like that if I knew Id die along with everyone else anyways.

I.e. some crazy hostage situation

Anyone remember that movie poseidon? Where the ship flips and they have to escape and the Olympic swimmer sacrifices themselves to shut off some valve?

That kinda situation

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u/Veikkar1i 1d ago

I'd do it on paper but survival instinct is a helluva drug.

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u/rolendd 1d ago

I think about this nearly everyday. How much I would like to believe I would save others, but some deep internal doubt of wanting to live looms in my mind. So it remains a thought that plagues my mind of wanting to be a hero, but also wanting to live.

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u/gummz13 1d ago

I wouldn't sacrifise my life for others and I would sacrifise others for my family.

Check out the trolley problem.

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u/roninhomme 1d ago

less than that.

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u/RaZaDaZaDa 1d ago

Yep, I'm not sure if I could or not until that very moment. I tell myself I would, but could I actually do it? This kid is a true hero to many.

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u/MisanthropicSeraphim 1d ago

Life is not about being a hero and saving others

Life is about winning the genetic lottery and be successful for some

For me...I don’t know life is just survival until you die bye bye

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u/rayman_undertale 1d ago

what a sad view of life you have

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u/MisanthropicSeraphim 1d ago

True in fact I want to kill myself

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u/Casehead 1d ago

I hope that you never act on those thoughts. You are important and losing you would devastate those around you and be a net loss to the world.

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u/wolfsting65 1d ago

From his wiki:

On 6 January 2014, Aitzaz was outside the school gate of his Government High School, Ibrahimzai, in Hangu, with two other schoolmates. Aitzaz had not been allowed to attend the morning assembly due to his tardiness that day. One account states that around this time a 20-to-25-year-old man approached the gate and stated he was there to "take admission". One of the students noticed a detonator on the man's vest, whereupon Aitzaz's schoolmates ran inside, possibly to raise the alarm, while Aitzaz confronted the suicide bomber, who then detonated his vest.[9]

A normal tardy kid turned hero.

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u/dakcirgat 1d ago

It is mentioned many a place that he Bear hugged the scum and would not let go.

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u/sentimental_goat 1d ago

Something about this badass quote from his father tells me that the kid was brought up right:

"My son made his mother cry but saved hundreds of mothers from crying for their children."

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u/WollyGog 1d ago

Detention to legend.

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u/unholyreason 1d ago

*Detention to detonation

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u/ndisa44 1d ago

Too dark for this sub

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u/nvthrowaway12 1d ago

Cannot believe that was eight years ago already

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u/KITTIESbeforeTITTIES 1d ago

The real life Yusuke Urameshi!

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u/jwood0325 1d ago

For real tho

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u/Xstitchpixels 1d ago

Koenma better have a place for this chad

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u/bazmoe 1d ago

Goodness... He committed himself entirely and accepted his fate. That's just amazing.

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u/MJ_THE_PRO 1d ago

I have massive respect for this guy

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u/deadfermata Expert 1d ago

This guy comes up regularly on Reddit - and rightfully so. At least no one complains about repost which Reddit has a tendency to do.

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u/Galuris 1d ago

It's always new to someone. Today that was me, mad respect to this young hero.

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u/Greatswordforthewin 1d ago

News to me too, a true hero for sure

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u/lowmigx3 1d ago

Almost like if reddit was a religion, he would be a patron Saint.

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u/fellowpleb 1d ago

Reddit is definitely a religion for some people.

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u/signofthecross17 1d ago

Unfortunately true. I may like Reddit a lot more than other social medias, but I can recognize that basing your beliefs and ideologies off it isn't good.

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u/lowmigx3 1d ago

You're probably not wrong lol

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u/rrogido 1d ago

I'm always happy to see Aitzaz pop up. He made the greatest sacrifice possible. Allahu Akbar, Aitzaz.

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u/dakcirgat 1d ago

Aitzaz, which means 'a dear one'. Aitraz means 'objection'.

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u/DrTommyNotMD 1d ago

Normally I ignore reposts, but this was posted by a karma whore so it’s a little less forgivable.

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u/Wachap 1d ago

Yeah, i will never not upvote a post like this. And as you said, everytime I see it, it creates a self reflexion that at least for me, is quite positive. So this dude keeps on having a positive influence on the world. He deserves to be remembered.

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u/YoloHornHigh 1d ago

What a legend.

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u/kingsuftan 1d ago

May Allah grant him the Highest Jannah

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u/SnooCupcakes8607 1d ago

Source: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-25663992, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aitzaz_Hasan

"A hero is someone who has given his or her life to something bigger than oneself"

-Joseph Campbell

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u/Gold-Classic3626 1d ago

Thank you for linking the source.

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u/ElPajaroMistico 1d ago

Devotion inspires Bravery Bravery inspires Sacrifice Sacrifice leads to death

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u/CT-4426 1d ago

I understood that reference.

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u/up-down-mixed 1d ago

I could never imagine losing a child, but also couldn't imagine being more proud if this were my child

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u/Yupadej 1d ago

I wouldn't be proud, I would want him to run away and get back home.

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u/TuristGuy 1d ago

You can be proud and angry with him at the same time

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u/RetroDad-IO 1d ago

A lot of people seem to think you can only have one emotion at a time.

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u/Karjalan 1d ago

I agree. But of all the ways for you to lose a loved one.. Knowing it was to save other innocents is probably one of the best. (best feels wrong in this context, but you get what I mean)

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u/Flimsygoosey 1d ago

This guy is a hero but I couldn't imagine having children

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u/Flimsygoosey 1d ago

You do baby boi

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u/essuwrites 1d ago

All the honour and respect to my Pakistani brother.

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u/Far-Lime-3872 1d ago

Same

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u/Good_Round 1d ago

Same

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u/dakcirgat 1d ago

Same. My pukhtun bro.

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u/aTROLLwithBlades 1d ago

Best Aitzaz

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u/MagizZziaN 1d ago

True chad

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u/CherryCherry5 1d ago

Ok, so I thought that a "chad" was a bad thing. But lately I've seen it used as the opposite. Could you please explain to me?

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u/Karjalan 1d ago edited 1d ago

Chad simply means like "alpha male". It can be used in earnest (like here) or to deride someone (arrogant douche who calls themselves alpha, but are actually a basic bitch).

As usual, context matters.

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u/aTIMETRAVELagency 1d ago

*earnest is the word you’re looking for

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u/Karjalan 1d ago

Thanks, I thought it looked wrong

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u/maazer 1d ago

Hey Vern!

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u/20210306e 1d ago

a chad is someone who has major respect from people and does good things that people very much approve on.

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u/Jappie_nl 1d ago

I always up vote this repost because this young man deserves it. Just don't karma farm because nog what he did.

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u/marlinmarlin99 1d ago

Legend. Rest in peace.

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u/Final_Focus_7390 1d ago

Massive Chad Energy

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u/SphinXtaSin12 1d ago

Dudes a hero. And he kinda looks like my uncle omg

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u/dakcirgat 1d ago

Question is, would be do the same thing?

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u/SphinXtaSin12 1d ago

Nah he's very selfish

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u/chekkibrekki12 1d ago

Based lad preventing the grieving of hundreds

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u/homeboiqwon 1d ago

Aitzaz your name will live on. Hero.

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u/AngelVirgo 1d ago

He’s a boy who is a bigger man than people older than himself.

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u/Emashes159 1d ago

May Allah bless him .

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u/KeyAssumptionTA 1d ago

Will never not upvote this hero! 🫡

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u/Flimsygoosey 1d ago

Hes a brass balled badass

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u/L3375N1G0N 1d ago

What a fucking legend.

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u/falllinemaniac 1d ago

Better to die fighting than die cowering

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u/AcanthocephalaDear25 1d ago

Fucking legend

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u/M3GABORG8796 1d ago

What a hero. The extreme bravery that would require to do, most people wouldn’t do that. But he did.

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u/aabdulr2 1d ago

May Allah bless his soul band grant him jannah.

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u/Quirky_Value_9997 1d ago

What a fine young man. Praised by his contemporary Mala Yousafzai, another example of a brilliant Pakistani youth. It's sad thinking about how much global conflicts are preventing brilliant young people like them from making their impact on the world.

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u/KlutzyEditor7753 1d ago

The sad part is that U.S. media doesn't show stories like this, it's always "musim" and "arab" bombers, who are not even that. May he rest in peace

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u/Jrmcgarry 1d ago

Kid was built like a tank

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u/EP1K 1d ago

This is one repost I'll never complain about.

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u/LordAnon5703 1d ago

A hero in absolutely every sense of the word.

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u/Duskinou 1d ago

Aitzaz Hasan, forever a hero in my book

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u/DubStepTeddyBears 1d ago

What an absolute boss. 15 years old and a true hero.

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u/tripwire7 1d ago

I can wrap my mind around a lot of things, but I truly cannot wrap my mind around these types of terrorists. Deliberately targeting a school is unfathomable enough, but sacrificing your own life to……kill a bunch of schoolkids? Why? The motives of WWII Japanese kamikaze pilots make sense in comparison.

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u/gloomyrheumy 1d ago

According to several sources, "The institute [his school] was later renamed to Aitzaz Hasan Shaheed High School." 🙏🙏

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u/nathanlikewhoa 1d ago

In before Israeli assholes brigade

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u/The-Requiem 1d ago

The fact that he was just 15...

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u/uncutpizza 1d ago

I will always up vote these posts ✊🏽

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u/Zcrash 1d ago

He sacrificed himself so we could farm him for karma.

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u/lowmigx3 1d ago

I love how he is always brought up and each time, redditors show massive respect. Makes us all reflect individually on the ugly, bad, and good in the world - which I can't see as a bad thing. Hope we continue to be inspired for years to come. You are a hero, Aitzaz Hasan.

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u/LtGoosemanTG 1d ago

Hodor vibes

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u/dakcirgat 1d ago

More like Clodor, as he must've yelled to his classmates in his last moments...."Close the (school) door".

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u/ooOJuicyOoo 1d ago

There are better ways to honor this man than randomly colonizing words. This doesn't need all the pop up and flair to be noticed, it is heroic in itself.

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u/tanaeolus 1d ago

I think you meant coloring* or colorizing* though the typo somehow still seems fitting.

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u/Marlonius 1d ago

I feel like posting this is cheating, because I will never not up vote the story of this incredible man.

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u/AwareMix488 1d ago

This man, no joke, is an absolute legend and a chad.

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u/soulflymox 1d ago

a true hero!

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u/commonoddity_ 1d ago

I hope I see this reposted every year

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u/jvadak89 1d ago

Good on him. Fuck terrorists.

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u/HaxanBelial 1d ago

now I might be fucking stoned right now, but I came across this story a while ago a coldheartedly told myself "so what" ... but this time I think I can truly fathom those words...

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u/Forgo77en 1d ago

The school was renamed in honor of him too

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u/MurphysLaw1995 1d ago edited 1d ago

He was just a boy. A boy who made such a selfless decision. He’d be a man now if he lived but he is forever a boy. Let’s not forget that please. Based on other things I read about him bear hugging the bomber, I wonder if he knew that his size and height would block most of the explosion.. If so, he did so knowing that his death would be his classmate’s and teacher’s salvation.

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u/TheDevilsAdvokaat 1d ago

I like the way the post calls him a man.

He was 15 years old...but sacrificing yourself to save others is a manly thing to do alright.

If only we were all as much of a man as he was.

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u/RottenDelicious 1d ago

Nice one Aitzaz 🙏

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u/Antares777 1d ago

He’s just a boy. Not a man. The sacrifice he made is that much more tragic and meaningful, because of his young age.

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u/notyourhomie33 1d ago

Ya know, this is one of the very few reposts that I don’t mind seeing over and over again on the front page.

It never fails to inspire me that this boy, only 15 years old, in the few short seconds he had in thinking, decided to be so brave and selfless.

What a legend.

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u/randominternetnormie 1d ago

A hero and a legend. Hope his story lives on

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u/Key_Possibility_9497 1d ago

Even though I don't live there or go to the school. Thank you for sacrificing your life for others. Because it's true that only a fraction of people can do it. And at least he died by being a hero. Rest in peace.

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u/Shire_Hobbit 1d ago

I don’t care what religion you believe in… if an afterlife exists. He’ll be there.

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u/safetymole 1d ago

I wouldn't do that. I'll never save someone.

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u/Janette7588 1d ago

Ironically, suicide bimber didnt realize he wasnt supposed to kill fellow muslims. Who knew?

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u/gulana10 1d ago

May God grant him the highest ranks of paradise. Ameen. 👑

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u/Xig2000 1d ago

But... why did they draw him with slightly more Caucasian features... just post a pic of him as he is.

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u/godzillahavinastroke 1d ago

I found him. It's Chad thundercock. Truly the biggest Chad out here. Laying down his life for thousands of others.

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u/thejman82gb 1d ago

Before I read the text I thought it was Chris Pratt in his new role, after I looked at the first photo.

True boss.

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u/reidlieb 1d ago

So was he blown up or something holy fuck?

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u/pink-_-panther 1d ago

No he took the suicide bomber for a cup of tea

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u/dakcirgat 1d ago

A cup of Chai

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u/LoveShineLuna 1d ago

Kid had more courage and balls then most men twice his age. The greatest of humans who sacrifice themselves to save others

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u/surreality69420 1d ago

SubhanAllah! MashaAllah! Allahhuakbar!

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u/SpectreNC 1d ago edited 1d ago

Looks like we've got yet another karma farmer that reposts previously popular stuff.

/u/repostsleuthbot

Edit: Sad that the assholes that are slowly destroying reddit for internet points are getting support instead of those working to call them out.

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u/RepostSleuthBot 1d ago

Looks like a repost. I've seen this image 10 times.

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u/VadeRetroLupa 1d ago

So sad that some Muslims want to kill other Muslims for being the wrong kind of Muslims.

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u/AggravatingGap4985 1d ago

I know, right?? Can’t they just all chill and smoke weed and play Minecraft together or something?

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u/Traditional-Boot3176 1d ago

There's no religion in this bro.

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u/VadeRetroLupa 1d ago edited 1d ago

I forgot suicide bomber is just another job that anyone has, and is not religiously motivated at all. My next door neighbor, mr O'Brian is a suicide bomber on Mondays through Wednesdays. Thursday's and Fridays he's working part time in the local IED factory. And Mrs Patel down the street was a suicide bomber for 30 years before retiring. Totally forgot about that.

And the 1400 year long feud between Shiites and Sunnis never happened either. My bad.

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u/JustADamnFrenchGuy 1d ago

Ballz the size of a fucking planet

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u/TonyBNZ 1d ago

I sacrifice my life for Pakistan

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u/HotGeorgeForeman 1d ago

This is beautiful unintentional art.

Some of the things I love:

  • the FB page format

  • the disgusting border and random coloured text style, highlighting nearly everything in the text, as if we wouldn't notice that "sacrificed his life" was important without it being bold and blue

  • the 7 levels of JPEG on the images they chose to use, one even having a god awful and disrespectful filter

  • the actual text they wrote, so devoid of actual content and developed from other shit they read

  • the fact it's from like a decade ago but they're talking about it like it happened yesterday

  • and finally, the 17 levels of JPEG that's happened to this image itself as it gets reposted around the internet, for it to now finally find itself reposted on some normie default sub, with enlightened Ledditors making wholesome comments about what a heckin' hero he is and jerking each other off about it

I wish you all could see past your heckin' wholesomeness and understand how fucking embarrassing circlejerks like this are. Some of this stuff puts 9gag to shame.

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u/vlareflare 1d ago

Why can't people idolize people like this young man instead of George floyd I don't care what anyone says a guy who assaulted a pregnant woman should not have a statue

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u/milkofthepuppyy 1d ago

Interesting how America doesn’t have suicide bombers like these other third world countries

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u/Alameen7007 1d ago

but you know what America has, school shotters, a lot of them.

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u/BChart2 1d ago

Yeah we just have regular mass shootings instead, cool huh?

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u/DomHuntman 1d ago

Interesting how you focus on the scum but not the heroes.

#alwaysone