I understand the point of view of Pakistanis, but do you understand the point of view of Afghans?The bolded part is very true.
Pakistani generally didn't have hatred towards Afghans but now it is rising and will keep on rising... Most Pakistanis are now becoming aware that Afghans are literal enemies that should be kicked out of the country and durand line sealed.
I am in full agreement with above posters that Afghans have huge superiority complex. Their way of thinking prevents any legitimate talk to happen. Hard to make peace with a country where majority of its citizens think Pakistanis are daal khor , dark skinned converts while at the same time believing Pakistani Pashtuns are Gul khans.
Do you ever ask yourself why Afghans hate Pakistan but love India, or do you simply not care? I can name instances where I believe Afghanistan was in the wrong, but if I name instances where Pakistan was in the wrong then you will see the denials. But this is not a matter of who was wrong and who was right, what's passed is passed, the questions now is, are we willing to build bridges or do we want to continue burning bridges and reach the point of no return like Russia and Poland?
Right now as an Afghan I believe our main priority is kicking out America, reaching an agreement between ourselves to live in peace, and then developing the nation. We would like to have Pakistan assist us with this, or will Pakistan rather try to dominate and destroy us?