Terroristan - November 11, 2019

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby yensoy » 04 Feb 2020 22:37



I guess they need a lot of it to lubricate their back sides.

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby sanjaykumar » 05 Feb 2020 01:26

As soon as they get a loan from Malaysia.

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby Bart S » 05 Feb 2020 03:35

Bart S wrote:So Pakis have been farting for the past few days about how they had a chance of competing with and beating the Indian U19 cricket team in the U19 world cup semi-final this time around.

The match got over a short while back and the Indian U19 team (as expected by most rational people) beat the stuffing out of them by chasing down the target without losing a single wicket, with Yashaswi Jaiswal (who till a couple of years back was homeless, sleeping in a tent on the cricket ground and selling paani puris to survive while pursuing cricket) making a century. Also, it looks like the younger generation have their head in the right place, Cricinfo was whining a day ago about the Indian team avoiding the Paki players like the plague and not socializing with them. :lol:


To get a good example of the delusional Paki mindset, check out the interview with their coach Izaz Ahmed starting around 1:30 :rotfl:


The rest of the video is a pretty interesting towel-throwing exercise as well.

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby Nikhil T » 05 Feb 2020 04:08

sanjaykumar wrote:As soon as they get a loan from Malaysia.


:rotfl:
This is nothing but one more of hawa hawaii castle building from Napakis. Previous hits include ImDim saying "instead of taking aid, we will create a country that will give aid to other countries" and "instead of asking for visa, we will provide visa and jobs to citizens of other countries".

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby Gerard » 05 Feb 2020 05:10

Pakistani PM Khan urged to ‘announce Jihad’ against India over Kashmir
“When will we do jihad? Announce jihad [Holy war]. Tell India that Pakistani forces will attack it in a week and 220 million people will be behind the country’s armed forces,” lawmaker Maulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali said as cited by Dawn news outlet. Chitrali claimed that “other Islamic countries will also join, if we announce Jihad for the solution of Kashmir.”


Political bickering mars NA debate on Kashmir
More than three-hour-long proceedings of the day ended with an emotional speech by Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Ali Mohammad Khan.

The minister said a well-thought plan was needed to get back Jammu and Kashmir from India.

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby MurthyB » 05 Feb 2020 06:32

Modi govt looks to breach water accord with Pakistan

The strategy is two prong: first, to build dams storing water and cutting supply of water flow to Pakistan and, second, to open the gates when water levels in proposed dams from glassier :lol: :rotfl: are about to burst flooding Pakistan causing havoc and destruction all around, according to the sources.


A new addition to BRF's Pinglis dictionary..

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby Rony » 05 Feb 2020 07:03

How did Piskologists missed this video ?

When RSS Mody sent machines' to construct Ram Mandir at demolished babri site, the machines were jammed by ghosts. Then Modys sent Hindu pandit priests there who ran away after seeing ghosts. Then Indian govt installed CCTV cameras and saw those ghosts in those cameras. Their mind blocked. Now it is learnt that those ghosts are nothing but the ghosts of muslims who were killed by big bad Hindus when they demolished mosque. And those muslim ghosts are haunting the site and protecting it from Hindu construction. :rotfl:

And Pakis are banking on brothelwood and sanjay dutt to stand up to Mody :D




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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby Vikas » 05 Feb 2020 13:11

sanjaykumar wrote:As soon as they get a loan from Malaysia.


What Pakis call a loan from Brother Islamic country in public is counted as Dole in Financial ledgers, which need not be returned ever.

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

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Gerard wrote:Pakistani PM Khan urged to ‘announce Jihad’ against India over Kashmir
“When will we do jihad? Announce jihad [Holy war]. Tell India that Pakistani forces will attack it in a week and 220 million people will be behind the country’s armed forces,” lawmaker Maulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali said as cited by Dawn news outlet. Chitrali claimed that “other Islamic countries will also join, if we announce Jihad for the solution of Kashmir.”


Political bickering mars NA debate on Kashmir
More than three-hour-long proceedings of the day ended with an emotional speech by Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Ali Mohammad Khan.

The minister said a well-thought plan was needed to get back Jammu and Kashmir from India.



Kolhapur municipality council should pass a resolution calling for transparent voting in Iowa primary.

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby Philip » 05 Feb 2020 13:38

Yes,let there be a jihad led by the very same Paki politicos braying like donkeys,cavorting like monkeys but behave like cowards,preferring terrorism instead of honourable combat.
Both Pakxand China should bd treated like pestilential entities,quarantined with no contact whstsoever with either entity,given their hatred of India and their diabolical plots, conspiracies and covert wsr sgsinst us.

However,whatever our economic woes,national security is paramount especially in times like these with these hyper- ventilating vermin in Pak.We have to keep our powder dry and prepare for the unexpected. Therefore,the FM must respectfully take another look at the defence budget and the budget for the MEA ( cut),

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby chetak » 05 Feb 2020 13:49

asked and answered

epic!!

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby Vikas » 05 Feb 2020 16:02

poof..

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby pankajs » 05 Feb 2020 18:09

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/ne ... s?from=mdr
US launches multiagency probe into Pakistan nuclear smuggling network

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby pankajs » 05 Feb 2020 19:24

Hmmm ...

https://twitter.com/Geeta_Mohan/status/ ... 9801085953
Geeta Mohan گیتا موہن गीता मोहन @Geeta_Mohan

#Breaking Malaysian PM Mahathir Mohamad did not mention #Kashmir or India at all during the press statement after bilateral with Pakistan PM @ImranKhanPTI. He only mentioned cause of Muslims in #Palestine, Rakhine state of Myanmar (#Rohingya).

@chedetofficial @ForeignOfficePk

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby pankajs » 05 Feb 2020 20:45

https://twitter.com/sidhant/status/1224939157916540928
Sidhant Sibalc @sidhant
Malaysia, Pakistan joint statement mentions Kashmir
https://twitter.com/sidhant/status/1224970091978051584
Sidhant Sibal @sidhant

While Joint Statement mentions Kashmir, it doesnt mention anything from Malaysian side & Malaysian PM also made no mention of it in the joint press conference

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby mmasand » 06 Feb 2020 04:19

Ghafoora met with an 'accident'. Escaped unhurt as per the new DG ISPR. This comes days before he is to take charge as GOC.


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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby Aditya_V » 06 Feb 2020 11:12

Some more sovereignty compromised eh

Foreign driving licences are valid in Islamabad-now

Now CIA and Chinese intelligence dont even need a local license

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby Vikas » 06 Feb 2020 11:20



But Kind sir, If what happened on 5th Aug was annexation by India, what was Paki crying about all the while during pre-Aug days and years ?
This whole Paki position is very confusing.

"However, these parliamentarians should first be equipped with facts about the matter," Mazari said, adding that without facts, these visits will have "zero impact".


Are there Paki parliamentarians who still don't know the facts about J&K as per Jalebi ? Then why is everyone crying..?
Hain ji..

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby Rsatchi » 06 Feb 2020 13:38

https://twitter.com/i/status/1224393980361805827
An eye opener as to why Napak's don't want to evacuate their students stuck in China!!
See the fate of the man who returned from and now stuck in a hospital with no one to care for him!!!

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby g.sarkar » 06 Feb 2020 14:23

Rsatchi wrote:https://twitter.com/i/status/1224393980361805827
An eye opener as to why Napak's don't want to evacuate their students stuck in China!!
See the fate of the man who returned from and now stuck in a hospital with no one to care for him!!!

If you are a Pakistani student in China, you belong to that class of people whose bodies were not accepted back into Pakistan after the Kargil misadventure. In other words, raddi class, good for shahadat and 72 virgins only.
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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby Bart S » 06 Feb 2020 19:30

It looks like TTP leader Ehsanullah Ehsan has 'escaped' from a Paki jail a month ago and has just released a video. Highly unlikely explanation, so it seems that the Porkmil has cut a deal with him (he was always their prodigal child anyway).

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby Vips » 06 Feb 2020 19:38



Have copies printed and have them distributed in India to public hospitals for use to wipe the shit of new born babies. :rotfl:

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Terroristan - November 11, 2019

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby Amber G. » 07 Feb 2020 06:11

pankajs wrote:Hmmm ...

https://twitter.com/Geeta_Mohan/status/ ... 9801085953
Geeta Mohan گیتا موہن गीता मोहन @Geeta_Mohan

#Breaking Malaysian PM Mahathir Mohamad did not mention #Kashmir or India at all during the press statement after bilateral with Pakistan PM @ImranKhanPTI. He only mentioned cause of Muslims in #Palestine, Rakhine state of Myanmar (#Rohingya).

@chedetofficial @ForeignOfficePk

Seems like Malaysian PM did not earn too many points...
NEW DELHI : India Thursday slammed the reference to Kashmir in a Pakistan-Malaysia joint statement, saying the Malaysian leadership should develop a better understanding of facts and acknowledge that Pakistan remains an epicentre of global terrorism

Indian foreign ministry spokesman Raveesh Kumar said India completely rejected the references made to Kashmir, he said is an integral and inalienable part of India.



"We once again call upon the Malaysian leadership to develop better understanding of the facts, including that Pakistan remains an epicentre of global terrorism, which continues to recruit, train, arm and finance cross-border terrorism against India," he said.

A joint statement issued by Malaysia and Pakistan at the end of Prime Minister Imran Khan's visit earlier this week, recorded that the Pakistani prime minister had raised the issue of Kashmir during talks with his Malaysian counterpart Mahathir bin Mohamad.

Link: https://www.livemint.com/news/world/india-rejects-reference-to-kashmir-in-pakistan-malaysia-joint-statement-11581000235214.html

A joint statement issued by Malaysia and Pakistan at the end of Prime Minister Imran Khan's visit earlier this week, recorded that the Pakistani prime minister had raised the issue of Kashmir during talks with his Malaysian counterpart Mahathir bin Mohamad.


Khan had also thanked Mahathir bin Mohamad for "speaking up" on the Kashmir issue, news reports said.

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby Rsatchi » 08 Feb 2020 18:40

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/wor ... 023161.cms
Here we go!!!
No wonder the two hundred odd who crossed over from Wagah-Attari border want to stay back in India.

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby Rsatchi » 08 Feb 2020 18:41

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/wor ... 013060.cms
And the raving Mad are ready to kill the girl if she/courts refuse to hand her over!!

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby Amber G. » 09 Feb 2020 04:01

Gerard wrote:Pakistani PM Khan urged to ‘announce Jihad’ against India over Kashmir
“When will we do jihad? Announce jihad [Holy war]. Tell India that Pakistani forces will attack it in a week and 220 million people will be behind the country’s armed forces,” lawmaker Maulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali said as cited by Dawn news outlet. Chitrali claimed that “other Islamic countries will also join, if we announce Jihad for the solution of Kashmir.”


Political bickering mars NA debate on Kashmir
More than three-hour-long proceedings of the day ended with an emotional speech by Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Ali Mohammad Khan.

The minister said a well-thought plan was needed to get back Jammu and Kashmir from India.


In this video clip - Pakistani Minister Fawad Chaudhry threatening India inside the Pak Parliament, but nobody takes him seriously.... Watch how seriously his own colleagues pay attention to him during his speech :rotfl: .
https://twitter.com/i/status/1226193024520216576

And, BTW he is their :eek: Science and technology minister :eek:


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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby Bart S » 09 Feb 2020 22:46

^More like a millstone around their necks

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby sanjaykumar » 09 Feb 2020 23:48

https://twitter.com/i/status/1226193024520216576

Pakistan is pantomime state, fooking hilarious.

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby Rony » 10 Feb 2020 05:44



The Topic is India and Pakistan, their conflicts for independence and the historical background of such. As well as the conflicts that resulted out of independence. An overview of the Indian republic and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. As well as a brief intermission on Bangladesh and the geopolitics surrounding Sri Lanka. I hope you enjoyed the video..... here is a bibliography:

Hermann Kulke - A History of India, 1998

Frédéric Landy - Dictionnaire de l'Inde contemporaine, 2010 (many thanks to the French subscriber who provided translations and information)

Laurent Gayer - Karachi: Ordered Disorder and the Struggle for the City, 2014

Laurent Gayer - Armed Militias of South Asia: Fundamentalists, Maoists and Separatists, 2008

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby Vikas » 10 Feb 2020 10:43

Rsatchi wrote:https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/pakistan/pak-fundamentalist-group-declares-minor-hindu-girl-apostate/articleshow/74013060.cms
And the raving Mad are ready to kill the girl if she/courts refuse to hand her over!!


We can barely understand the horror, Hindu parents of young female kids in Pakhistan go thru as soon as the kid can step out of the house independently. How does one sick mind even feel attracted towards a kid who is barely 14-15 years old.

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby Vikas » 10 Feb 2020 16:38

Is someone playing Pak in Kabbadi world Cup or are they playing Pak[/quote]

“As long as our member unit has not cleared it, they cannot use the word ‘India.’ It has to come through IOA and the government, only then you can use that word. Some individuals with Indian passport go and play there as India, that is not how sports are run. But then, I can never predict anything about Pakistan, that’s beyond my control. They can do whatever they want,” Batra said.

According to the organisers of the World Championship, teams from 10 nations are taking part in the event being organised in three cities. A total of 24 matches are scheduled to be played in the tournament with the winners getting a prize money of Rs10 million, while the runner-ups will bag Rs7.5 million.
Players from 10 countries -- Pakistan, India, Canada, the United States, Australia, England, Iran, Kenya, Sierra Leone and Azerbaijan are taking part in the event.

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby Vikas » 10 Feb 2020 16:45

Thus spoke another Congress Darbari

In all the discussions and writings on Jammu and Kashmir (J&K), the Dogra factor is almost always neglected or passed over. The fact is that the state of J&K would not have come into existence had it not been for the formidable combination of diplomacy and valour shown by the Dogras under Maharaja Gulab Singh (1792-1858). A favourite general in the armies of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, he performed valiantly in several of the Sikh wars in Afghanistan. As a result, Maharaja Ranjit Singh bestowed upon him the title of the Raja of Jammu with a personal Raj Tilak, on the banks of the Chenab in 1822.
Even during Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s reign, Gulab Singh had consolidated the Jammu region and started the Dogra advent into the Himalayas. After the passing of the great Punjab King, the Treaty of Amritsar in 1846 gave Maharaja Gulab Singh the title over the Kashmir Valley. It was not vacant, and the Muslim governor there put up a strong resistance to the Dogras. At the same time, there were the remarkable trans-Himalayan military expeditions by Dogra soldiers from Jammu and Himachal Pradesh, who fought pitched battles at high altitudes. The great Dogra general, Zorawar Singh, known as one of the most remarkable military commanders in world history, conquered Ladakh after stiff resistance from the local kingdom. Simultaneously, General Baj Singh, Mehta Basti Ram and other Dogra generals conquered Gilgit-Baltisan. In the process, the Dogras suffered heavy casualties, but succeeded in establishing the Dogra empire of J&K, which emerged as the largest princely state in British India. Gulab Singh’s successor, Maharaja Ranbir Singh added Hunza and Nagar as tributaries to what was the Dogra empire. The unique multi-regional, multi-linguistic, multi-religious and multi-cultural state of J&K was thus the handiwork of the Dogras, who have not received adequate attention or credit for this from historians.
Apart from founding the state, the Dogras were able to successfully administer it for exactly a century from 1846 to 1947, when my father signed the Instrument of Accession to India on October 26. This period saw four rulers : Maharaja Gulab Singh, Maharaja Ranbir Singh, Maharaja Pratap Singh and Maharaja Hari Singh. Despite the fact that the state had an 80% Muslim population, it is remarkable how the Dogras were able to keep the state together, ably assisted by administrators drawn mainly from the talented Kashmiri Pandit community, but also by outstanding persons from outside the state. These included Sir Vijahat Hussain, and Sir Gopalaswamy Iyengar, who was prime minister (PM) for six years from 1933 to 1939. Sir BN Rao, who was the main draftsman of the Constitution of India, was also PM for a short period.

During the Dogra rule, many progressive and far-reaching social reforms were instituted, especially by my father Maharaja Hari Singh who ascended the throne in 1925. It is unfortunate that he is generally remembered only for the last few months of his rule during which the tribal invasion, the accession, and the subsequent war took place. This has overshadowed the remarkable reforms that he instituted, such as the abolition of Begar (enforced labour), the opening of all temples to Harijans/Dalits way back in 1929, the institution of jabri schools which Muslim girls were made to attend at a time when this was unknown elsewhere in India, and the institution of state subject regulations that safeguarded land ownership and service employment for the permanent residents of the state against the onslaught of more powerful and affluent parties from outside. It was my historic role and privilege to spearhead the transition from feudalism to democracy, both as elected Sadar-e-Riyasat and Union Cabinet minister.

The Dogra factor in the creation and maintenance of the J&K state cannot, therefore, be minimised. This, apart from their outstanding continuing role in the Indian Army, and their cultural input through traditional dance, music and, of course, the world famous schools of pahari painting including Basohli, Guler and the Kangra miniatures. The Dogri language has also been included in the Eighth Schedule of the Constitution, and the Dogras, though numerically small, play a notable role in many spheres of public life.
Despite the radical restructuring of the erstwhile J&K state recently, the Jammu and the Kashmir regions remain linked, albeit in a Union Territory (UT). In many ways, the economy of the two regions are mutually supportive. The bulk of tourists to the holy cave in Amarnath invariably travel through Jammu, while much of the horticultural and handicraft products of Kashmir pass through the Jammu markets. The fact that both regions have been reduced to a joint UT is not welcomed in either region. The Kashmiris feel that from enjoying a special status and Constitution, they have now been reduced to an even lower category than other Indian states, while the Dogras feel that considering the contribution they have made to extending and consolidating the northern frontiers of India, the least they can expect is the status of a full-fledged state along with regional autonomy for both units.
In Kashmir, the prolonged denial of Internet connectivity and the detention of many political leaders, including three former chief ministers that has now entered its sixth month, are having a devastating psychological impact on the people. In the broader national interest, it is important that normal political and Internet activity is fully restored as soon as possible. In addition, it is only after the UT has been compensated for the heavy losses running into thousands of crores that have been incurred since August 2019, that the multiple benefits that we have been assured will flow from the restructuring will actually start reaching the people of the erstwhile Dogra state.

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby Vikas » 11 Feb 2020 13:12

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/cit ... 073130.cms

The players, estimated to be 45 in number and accompanied by by a group of some 12 officials and coaches, are in the neighbouring country without any official permission ..

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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby Rony » 11 Feb 2020 20:58

X-post


Manish_Sharma wrote:TWITTER:


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NRI Hindu goes to Pakistan. Is surprised at the hatred normal Pakis have for Hindus and Indians. lol

How can these people be so deluded in this day and age ?

https://twitter.com/JaidevJamwal/status ... 01185?s=20

Just got back from My Trip to Pakistan, and If you are Indian/Hindu, You shouldn't go.
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Well guys, I just recently got back from my trip to Pakistan. And to be honest, long story short, if you are Indian (Or Hindu) do not go there.

I have to say going to this trip I was nervous but I was excited. It was almost a passage for me to return back to my roots. My mother’s family was from Peshawar, and moved during partition. I was excited to see the people that my grandparents called their other selves. I always was under the impression that if it were not for the British partitioning the land we were the same people, we would get along, and there would be mutual respect. I was very quickly shown the dream was only but a dream.

With the help of my friend (Whose wedding I was going to, and the reason I was in Pakistan) and his family I got to tour a lot of different parts of Pakistan. I toured Sindh (Karachi), Balochistan (Quetta), Khyber Pakthunkhwa (Peshawar), Islamabad, and ended my trip in Punjab (Lahore).

The first thing I noticed was it was not a clean place, it was very similar to old Delhi. Yes there were some clean places, but overall it was pretty dirty, as an American.

Secondly Hindu culture is pretty much vanished there, they are all dilapidated buildings. I met and talked to some Hindus in Sindh, and they were pretty miserable. The Hindus in Peshawar you couldn’t even tell they were Hindus the women were burqas and the guys were afghan suits, which definitely tripped me out.

But the main thing that ruined my trip was just how much Hinduphobia and Indian hating I saw there. In Pakistan, Hindu and Indian are pretty much used interchangeably, and Pakistanis think pretty much anyone whose Indian is Hindu, not a Sikh or Muslim or any of the vast amount of religious diversity we have.

I have had several instances where when people found out I am Hindu they were completely irked out.

1) At the wedding, there were a bunch of kids (probably about 9-10 year olds) and they were asking me where I am from. I told them I am American, but my family is Indian. They immediately started yelling “enemy enemy enemy” I was appalled that kids were taught this. Then one kid who was the oldest of the bunch, went “wait….. he could be good are you muslim? ” and I was like no, and he was like “ohh… ” My friend then came in and whacked those kids, and were like what the hell are you guys saying, and apologized to me, I told him not to worry and acted if I shrugged it off, I was still kind of shook these parents taught their kids that.

2)I met my friend’s grandparents and the grandmother was very warm, but the grandfather wasn’t. I had explained that my grandparents came from Peshawar, and they moved during partition, The grandma was like oh thats so sad, we were one. While the grandpa was like well, we need a country for muslims and only muslims. Hindus have India, so it doesn’t matter. He was pretty ticked off at India in general, so I just avoided talking to him.

3) I had several people joke to me whenever they saw a cow, that omg Kabui needs to worship it. They also asked why Hindus drink cow piss, and its eat feces. I told them that this is not typical mainstream practice, they said how I could believe in such nonsense, I just kinda shrugged it off.

4) I actually could travel through Pakistan, because my friend had a relative who was in the Pakistani army (he was awesome, was well educated and modern) and he told me don’t ever mention that I am Hindu in front of inspection/security because they will think I am an Indian spy.

He also said to be honest Hindus don’t have it good here, so just blend in, and if anyone makes you uncomfortable to let him know.

Overall I was disappointed because my experience was so different than when my friends came to India to explore it. I had family and relatives literally joke fight with them saying here try these sweets, and tell me who is betters? etc. That was the extent to which the Indian-Pakistani rivalry showed up. Every place we went to India, people were extremely warm and friendly, and were curious about Pakistan. I did not see that in Pakistan, nor did I enjoy any real hospitality.

It seems most Pakistanis generally hate Indians, while Indians hate the Pakistani government. While there were some great people who made me feel comfortable, the vast majority of the time I had to hide my Hindu identity, and have to endure taunts about being Indian.

Pakistan has some great viewing sites, but I in good conscious cannot recommend an Indian or a Hindu to go there.


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Re: Terroristan - November 11, 2019

Postby Aditya_V » 12 Feb 2020 17:24

Nice Tamasha for FATF removal, if they accidentally make him come to LOC or his head and body separate we will believe they are serious.


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