Pakhtun’s Son



  • File Size: 2.0 MB
  • Length: 200 pages
  • Publisher: ANish Publications (November 11, 2019)
  • Publication Date: November 11, 2019
  • Language: English


Pakhtun’s Son

A case for unjust national and international media trials

Pakhtun’s Son is an ethnic history of Pakhtun’s tribes and their defeats and victories in conflict with two superpowers in the 20th and 21st centuries and their socio-cultural and political conditions in their place of residence, mainly in Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Iran, and neighboring countries. This book is for those who want to know the Pakhtun’s perspectives on their side. The world media and governments, and even the UN and other associated outlets, are currently engaged in the universally accepted version of lies and fabricated facts and figures imposed by their enemies and those benefiting from their sufferings in any means and by anything. Pakhtuns deserve to listen to and must be given a platform to share their concerns over their issues and misrepresentation and misperceptions by rival nations, communities, and governments. One after one, they are dragged to civil wars, cold wars, and proxy wars; isn’t it time to stop and ask them what they want to do with their land and people? Muattar Ali, as a Pakhtun’s Son, knows what, why, how, when, where to say, and whom to say it. If you are interested in Pakhtuns’ history and their uprising against tyrants and dictators throughout their thousands of years of history, then this is a good start for you. Please read it now before it is out of stock. Hurry up!

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