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Jeremy McLellan on His Way Back to Pakistan!

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Celebrated American comedian Jeremy McLellan is on his way to Pakistan for a two-week visit. The comedian informed his fans in Pakistan through a Twitter post.

The comedian, known for his exceptional love and admiration for Pakistan, will likely be staying for two-weeks in areas surrounding Islamabad.

He writes, “Leaving for Pakistan tomorrow where I’ll be spending two weeks in the areas around Islamabad.” Jeremy is visiting Pakistan in collaboration with a charity organization ‘Helping Hand USA’. He will be closely working with the youth of Islamabad.

He further asked his fans and followers to keep a track of his social media accounts for daily updates. He also expressed his love for Pakistan by writing ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ at the end of his tweet.

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People were enthralled on social media after hearing his return. McLellan’s Pakistani admirers outpoured love and warmth for him on social media and wrote welcoming messages from him on Twitter.

Deputy Commissioner Islamabad also commented on his tweet and wrote; ‘Welcome’ on his tweet stating his visit to Pakistan.

The love for Pakistan is strongly embedded in Jeremy’s heart ever since his first visit to the country. His witty comments on India and his defensive stance when it comes to Muslims, makes Pakistanis obsess over him.

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His social media post on Pakistan garners immense popularity online, as along the years Jeremy has developed a keen interest in the politics and culture of the country.

Besides being a comedian, he is an avid outspoken commentator who passes crisp comments on religions, the American culture, and the presidency of Donald Trump. He is also a staunch supporter of the Palestinian cause and often times have slammed the atrocities of Israeli forces in Palestine.

His sister also married a Muslim Pakistani-Australian man, Usman Khwaja, who is also an acclaimed Australian cricketer.