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  1. In Topic: That´s what Pakis think about Northern Alliance and Pashtuns

    Posted 7 Jan 2011

    View Post Parsistani, on 03 January 2011 - 05:23 PM, said:

    Have you ever talked with some? They hate Panjabis and Pakistan as state as much as Pashtun nationalists. That´s the reason, why the finger of Pakistani thugs do not reach to them, because they do not allow it to thugs. But that does not matter. They were an own civilisation, that of ancient Gandhara. And what has this to do with the claim of the freaking traditional farting slave who claimed Pakistan as main land of Greater Persian and Khurasan?


    Sigh, atleast TRY to make sense with your diatrabes. Gandhara was centered in the area of modern-day Peshawar/Swat and Taxila/Potohar, you know, the areas populated by the much-hated pashtuns and punjabis around here. What is your obsession about 'slave' taking hundreds of years ago. As a khurasani you think i'm supposed to be proud of it? As a khurasani i thank the native people of Pakistan for giving A LOT of Khurasanis a place to live following their escape from the mongol hordes. Bukharis are ever thankful to this land. Why would i try to create a wedge between the place of my ancestors and those that gave shelter to us when they didn't have to? E-warriors like you give a false impression on others, making all tajiks and proud khurasanis look like fascists.

    Having been regular visitor to those beautiful valleys every summer i'd say they're the most confident Pakistanis around, even more than the Punjabis and mohajirs. Their thirst for knowledge is the greatest in all of Pakistan. You could go into remote villages and they'd have someone at a top institution in Pakistan. I have some wonderful childhood friends from there. I gained sisters that i never had. Saw places that i didn't think could exist. Extremely hospitable people, beautiful all around. Though there are lots of tales about them, particularly their origins (greeks/macedonian) and health (long-living). Didn't particularly salivate at their food or drinks of choice. Very bland, especially from someone that can only taste spices. Their wine is okay, certainly not something you'd enjoy with a fine meal. Actually meet the people you refer to in your posts, you might learn something.

    Sohrab, i don't agree at all with their characterizations, but it is something that comes naturally when their is (perceived) conflict between peoples, especially given the hatred spewed against Pakistanis at anything associated with Afghanistani Tajiks. Pakistanis are going to have to realize that the Tajiks (generalizing) are the only ones that recognize the reality and legality of the international border between the two states. They're also the ones that have the most stake in not fomenting trouble with Pakisitan. Very sound basis for intelligent discussions. Tajiks are going to have to realize that in the past Afghanistan (certianly not the fault of all tajiks) has tried their hardest to create and support terror in Pakistan (again thanks to the pashtun-imperialist agenda that afghanistani fascists like to blabber about). For them, it's a simple matter of who started it. I think we should be mature enough to let the past be the past otherwise we're never going to reach a point where we can help each other make a better tomorrow for our children. The only way to pay respects to our shared past is by creating something beautiful for the future.

    As far as my 'ethnicity' goes i don't particularly know what i'd call myself. Good thing about 'urdu-speakers' is that it isn't an ethnic term, though i don't like ethnic affiliations. Certainly proud of my past, not because i can shove it in peoples faces, but because it's mine. The surname would come from the fact that there are LOTS of mostly middle to upper class Pakistanis that trace their lineage to the era before the mongols ransacked samarkand and bukhara. I wouldn't know the numbers, but there are people even without bukhari as a last name that trace their lineage to Khurasan. Impossible to even get an guesstimate on the numbers. We have our family tree etched onto deer hides that pinpoint exactly when we left Bukhari, it coincided exactly with the time samarqand was subjected to the brutal massacre by the hordes. Does that mean i dislike mongols/turks? No, i can't, my mother's side is from there :P Being part of the judicial/court system of the empire, we had no choice but to escape, as did a lot of the 'elite'.
  2. In Topic: That´s what Pakis think about Northern Alliance and Pashtuns

    Posted 3 Jan 2011

    Dards, Nuristanis, and Kalash Chitralis are proud Pakistanis.
  3. In Topic: Kashmir - To Afgh, to Pakis or to India?

    Posted 3 Jan 2011

    I don't want to reply much to constitutional pea-brains. Your 'info' comes from childish rants and propoganda, mine comes from Kashmiris, think tanks, bipartisan groups, human rights groups, and actual history. Your angelic characterization of the indian occupation forces is in sharp contrast to the realities that Kashmiris see night in and night out. Hundreds of thousands killed, raped, and tortured, it should not be surprising as to why they want freedom. Keep up with current events and maybe you'll know that india has said that it will try to hold onto Kashmir as much as possible against the wishes and rights of the Kashmiris. Btw, the struggle from freedom started way back in 1948. It's an indigenous struggle, don't let your irrational hate for Pakistan cloud your vision on the rights of Kashmiris.

    p.s. did you notice that in your question you never mentioned the Kashmiris? That's the difference between Kashmiri/Pakistani thinking and the diatrabes of your ilk.
  4. In Topic: That´s what Pakis think about Northern Alliance and Pashtuns

    Posted 2 Jan 2011

    He was referring to the IVC (i think). And thus anywhere the IVC extended to, is Pak land. This is ofcourse using gas station clerk logic. You see going back in history is completely fruitless.
  5. In Topic: beautiful pictures of Iran

    Posted 2 Jan 2011

    I hope you meant that the civilization from turk to pak/india is a product of Persia :)

    My father speaks farsi, and is deeply immersed in all things persian. Too bad he didn't pass that on to me. Hell i barely know urdu. Proud to be from the resting place of that great Pakistani, it's just that i don't understand a lick of either his urdu or persian poetry.

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