Posted on April 14, 2010
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41 responses to “The Heated Politics of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and Hazara”

  1. amin the abasin says:

    as an afghan-american Congrats to all the khyberi- pashtuns and to the ANP or whoever was responsible for the renaming of NWFP. Im very happy and excited for the province and its people. Alot of people dont know what the benefits of an identity is, now these ppl know who they are and what they are striving for. The pashtuns are more than 80% of the province and therefore they should have the final say in the province and they have spoken. For those who say that the minority are against the renaming, this issue of renaming of the province is nothing new, they haven been trying to rename the province for more than 109 years, it was a historical mistake but know corrected give them their due credit.

    again congrats to the province!