Mr.kit Runner, let me educate you a little bit about the Pashtons who live in Pashtonistan. First of all, the Soviets invaded Afghanistan in 1979 and their forces, remained in Afghanistan until 1989. During that 10 years period, the Afghan people mainly the Pashtons fought to death and eventually, the Soviet evil Empire collapsed. Regarding your comment,for your formation, Pashtons have lived/ live in Pashtonistan for thousands of years. Way before the birth of entire Europe.when Afghan king by the name of Amir Abdul Rahman khan signed the treaty between UK and Afghanistan, the king signed the land(Pashtonistan) over to British India. It was't an official treaty or division of border. It was an evil policy of UK that had divided millions of Pashtons on both sides. Since the British got their asses kicked hard, therefore in need of revenge, they deceived the Afghan king Abdul Rahman to sing the Durand Lane protocol. However, when the King died, son and grand son along with millions of Afghans had never accepted the Durand Lane which divided Pashtons on both sides of Afghanistan. It's like separating Texas from the United States, no matter what, the people will still speak English.the Pashtons who live in Today's Pakistan mainly speak Pashto, but they have learned Urdo since urdo is an easy language which has Persian loan words hindi words and Since most Urdo speakers are Muslim, they use Arabic words in order to pray properly. However, the Pashton who live in NWFT are originally Afghans living in a south East of Afghanistan which is currently, called Pakistan. Pakistan it's self was part of India until 1947 when British left India. But before the British left India peacefully, It also created split India into two pieces and Pakistan was created By British. Don't forget that, indians and Paki Urdo speakers have the same culture, they speak the same language, eat the same food, except that Indian don't set meat. However, since it's been 60 years that Pashtonistan is Part of Pakistan, the Pashtons have learned Urdo and only. A small % of them have learned Punjabies.