Pakistani American Family Shuts Down Trump’s Message of Hate at DNC

As the Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump continues to ramp up his rhetoric concerning the Muslim ban in America, Democrats are hoping to shut down his message of hate and bigotry.

And how they are doing it? By showcasing and highlighting the struggles and sacrifices of the countless loyal, patriotic and All-American Muslim families.

One of those Muslim families happens to be a Pakistani-American one. And yesterday, they shut down Trump’s message of xenophobia and hate in the most dignified way.

The Tale of Captain Humayun Khan, US Army Captain

Yesterday night, at the Democratic National Convention for Hillary Clinton, one Pakistani-American family’s tale of grief and tragedy stole the limelight, shifting the conversation to the immense contribution made by Muslims in America.

Mr. Khizr Khan and his wife were invited to speak at the DNC event in Philadephia.

At the podium, they shared the tale of the heroic sacrifice made by their son Captain Humayun S M Khan. Captain Humayun was killed in 2004 when a suicide bomber struck his infantry unit. He ended up saving the lives of his fellow armymen.

He was one of the 14 American soldiers who died serving their country.

Hillary Clinton was right when she called my son the best of America. If it was up to Donald Trump, he would have never been in America. Donald Trump consistently smears the character of Muslims. He disrespects other minorities, women, judges, even his own party leadership. – Khizr Khan, father of Humayun Khan

Muslims in America are finding it hard to live with the message of hate that Trump regularly peddles, and Khizr Khan thought that the best way to address his scare-mongering tactics was to read him the one thing that guarantees the rights of Muslims and other religious groups in America – the United States Constitution itself.

Trump “loves to build walls and ban us from his country,” Khan said. “Donald Trump, you are asking Americans to trust you with our future. Let me ask you, have you ever read the United States Constitution? I will gladly lend you my copy.”

Concluding Thoughts

In just under 10 minutes, Khizr Khan’s eulogy to his slain son transformed the crowd, showing that not all of America was on board with Trump’s anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim agenda.

Will America elect Donald Trump as the hate-monger-in-chief? Or will it give Hillary, with her own set of baggage to don the mantle as the first woman head of state of America?

Stories like those of Captain Humayun Khan can go a long way in tipping the scales, especially when it comes to politics. We’ll find out soon enough what fate the USA has chosen once it goes to the polls this November.

via Mashable

Samir heads the sponsored content department at ProPakistani. He also looks after the Life section.

  • Guest

    Well Done Samir – (Copy, Paste) :P

    • ScarletCrimson

      He included: “via Mashable” in the end; it means that the article was either partially, or completely copied from the source. Besides, it’s relevant news for Pakistanis and this is the first time I’m hearing of it. As a nation we rarely hear of positive happenings like this that exculpate us from our negative international image.

  • Atif

    Hamayun Khan wasted his life on Zionists, Jews.
    Wish he could fought for Muslims as an Army soldier in Pakistan Army.

    • sheryar

      selling DHA property?

      • Yasir Mahmood

        Running FF

    • Stone

      So I suppose by making that comment, you are trying to tell us that you are in the army. No? I wonder why……

  • Mirza Moazzam Baig

    So I’ve been reading few online publications which have no clue about where this family emigrated from.. and they wrote that they emigrated from UAE


    Yeah i watched this convention last night and its a good elections compaign in the world, why not Pakistan do the same?


    HE is not Pakistani, He was from UAE.

    • Shahid Saleem

      Name looks Pakistani, maybe his family worked in UAE.

    • KhurramKz

      the Arabs from UAE or from any middle east country doesn’t have a Khan bread, his father (Khizar Khan) he is either a Pakistani / Indian born… it would be better if admin use the word ethnicity.

      • BADAR

        Yeah i watch details in Fox News that Khizar Khan is born in Pakistan then shifted to UAE. In 1980 He again shifted to USA.