1. Taliban and other terrorist groups raised among Pashtun tribes act as military arm of Pashtunism, and their main policy is to invade non-Pashtuns’ land. Their popular slogan is Tajiks to Tajikistan, Uzbek to Uzbekistan, Turkmen to Turkmenistan and Hazara to goristan/graveyard.
2. It is over a century of war in so-called country Afghanistan, but the western politicians and media like to say four decades, since the Soviet invasion.
3. Pashtun dictator Abdurrahman has signed the Durand (...)
Are Pashtuns really the majority in so-called country Afghanistan?
Sunday 21 January 2018
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Pashtun sources including those who are in the government claim that Pashtuns are the majority (40% to 60%) of the population in so-called country Afghanistan. But non-Pashtun say that Pashtuns are between 20% to 30%. In fact, there is no any reliable statistic nor national census to say who are majorities, and who are minorities.