Map of Afghanistan-Pakistan border (Durand Line area)

A US Government map from the 1980s now in the public domain showing the Afghanistan-Pakistan frontier (Durand Line area) and seeming to indicate Pashtun areas.

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10 Responses to “Map of Afghanistan-Pakistan border (Durand Line area)”

  1. bilal Says:

    Afghanistan is in my opinion the most problematic country of the world.

  2. walid Says:

    I am afraid I cannot say that I am fond of Afghanistan.

  3. Afghanistan and the North West Frontier « The Indo-European Says:

    […] it in 1919, 1921 and 1930, albeit under threat of force after the Third Afghan War. Interestingly, wider claims have been made that include Balochistan as […]

  4. Brigadier(Retd) Chitranjan Sawant,VSM Says:

    I should have liked to see Dr Roy upload short pieces of information on battles fought on the soil of Afghanistan.

  5. Nabi Habibi Says:

    I think we the Pashtun are discriminated in our own land by the minorities. It is solely because of the unjust and unnecessary pressure of the neighbours such as Iran who support the Hazara rights only for religious purpose. Today Hazaras and Tajiks are enjoying the government in Afghanistan. Afghan parliament and no Afghan will ever accept the so called Durand line. The line was dead, the day British left India. If British India does not exist the Durand line will never exist. Thousands of Pashtuns cross borders from and to Pakistan, and their language their passport. We have family members on both sides.

    Nabi Habibi
    nabi.miic@gmai.com

  6. Anonymous Says:

    i m pushtun as well as pakistani no one can take pakistan”s each inch we will die to save our country

  7. F' R' khan Says:

    I’m F, Rahman khan born in Peshawar Pakistan in 1968 when I became young I found no identity for me and for my nation other three nation had they name Punjabi balochi and sindhi then I search my self & my nation in the book of history & I found me & my nation belong to Pashtun afghan and the land of my nation call Afghanistan & I found afghan was the most powerful nation & his the greet history in the Reagan afghan roll in the hole Reagan for many many years but today they laving under the Punjabi roller of Pakistan whir they loosing they tradition carlctar lenguage & greet imeeg of afghan tiretrye land and they nevar tretad eicvely they netcrol sorsees ocopeid by Punjab today after 66 years liter Pashtun reilas thet they meek misteek in 1947 to joine pakistan

  8. Afghanistan and the North West Frontier | The Indo-EuropeanThe Indo-European Says:

    […] it in 1919, 1921 and 1930, albeit under threat of force after the Third Afghan War. Interestingly, wider claims have been made that include Balochistan as well, which are perhaps related to Baloch nationalist […]

  9. Anonymous Says:

    i am Pakthun and proud to be pakistani..i m pushtun as well as pakistani no one can take pakistan”s each inch we will die to save our country.Pakistan Zindababd

    INDIA AND US Will never break our relationand Trust with Afgahanistan.


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