How Pakistanis Use 'In Shaa Allah' as a Shield in Crucial Situations!

How Pakistanis Use ‘In Shaa Allah’ as a Shield in Crucial Situations!

Pakistan-lies

In literal term, “In Sha Allah” is an expression that means “God willing,” or “if God wills.” It is a conjunction of the Arabic word for God (Allah) and the Arabic words for his will.

However in Pakistan, this religious statement is used way too liberally, it is not given the importance it deserves…

Here is how not to use “In Sha Allah”

1. When You Don’t Intend to Do What You Are Saying

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2. When You Are Scapegoating The Task You Have Been Asked To Do

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3. When You Just Want To IGNORE The Other Person

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4. When You Want Someone To Stop Bugging You About Something

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5. When You Are topifying Somone One

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6. When You Haven’t Kept A Promise

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7. Sometimes When You Really Mean It, It Magically Comes True

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