I don't understand why being Arab is so coveted in some part of world. In one hand you will ridicule the Arabs and at the same time you secretly want to be one! :/
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Last edited by takeiteasy; 05-05-2012 at 01:32 AM.
Alaxender's conquest was around 800 years before the prophet of islam was born, so you are saying your ancestor was a "HINDU JATT"
PS:It is not related to the point in question but have you read babur nama..?He proudly describes how he created an artificial mountain out of severed head of muslim pashtuns..Be proud...very proud of invaders.
By the discourse on PDF, it seems most of them have congregated here.Not every single Pakistani is a muslim foreigners decedents but like i said some of them are.
What I cannot understand for the life of me is that what is there to be so proud of that fact - to the extent of rubbing it into the faces of those who are indigenous to the land?
It reeks of inferiority complex when you try to distance yourself from your land and people to somehow feel special on the basis of your skin color and features.
Not to mention exhibits deep seated insecurities about one's place in the world and ones origins as a people.
We Parsis came lock stock and barrel from Persia to India in 700 AD. We do not convert. We do not inter-marry. We never have for 1300 years.
How often have you heard a Parsi Zoroastrian talking about his/her fair Persian roots compared to dark Indians or Pakistanis (you have some of yours too)?
We call them anglo-Indians. Do you call them anglo-Pakistanis?and even decedents of Britishers who settled here have converted to Islam like my bro-in-law's family.
Now look eastward towards a continental mass that is 5 times your size, with 6 times your population. You think you are more diverse than us?
So when guys from your side talk down to dark Indians, they are projecting one extreme of Pakistan to another extreme of India in terms of skin tone and morphological features.
Because in the current scheme of things vis a vis India and Pakistan, that is probably the only thing they can cling on to and feel good - while the rest of their world implodes around them.
Inferiority complex and insecurity yes. But by who?
Historically, it is your part of India (Pakistan) and your part of the idigenous native population that has been conquered by outsiders most often.Neither india nor Pakistan became sovereign independent countries until 1947. ''india'' we know today couldnt have been a country before 1947 because if it was, it wouldnt have been composed of princely states and lands being constantly conquereds
You have always been the traditional gateway - both geographically, culturaly, and militarily - to foreign invaders.
Always the first to fall.
Always the first to bend over.
Till it was left to the rest of us deeper inland to stem the rot you let in.
I wouldn't feel very proud of that historical bagage if I were you.
Even post Independence, your military history is less than inspiring.
Give it up already man. You cannot take on the mantle of outside conquering armies and cloak your own inadequacies as fighters.
No. Just trying to show you and yours the biological imposibility of your studly delusions. LOLthe fact that you keep addressing (harping on about) race and the fact that you're even delving into Y and X chromosomes () shows the incredible force of inferiority complex that has encumbered you and some of those people of yours
I agree with that.
We were the first first to fall. Especially when the Aryans invaded and forced their religion of Hinduism on us, and their Indo-European language.
Unfortunately we were unable to stop these Aryans and the result was Hinduism and Sanskrit for the masses of India.
Who knows what kind of indigenous culture India would have had if not for the Aryan invaders.
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