I do recall that story, nasty stuff there. Have you ever visited Pakistan or heard stories from the other side?
I have visited both India and Pakistan several times and traveled widely across each of these countries. I have also been to a number of African and Middle Eastern countries with Human Concern International (past Chairman of the Board of Directors, past Secretary) for many years. HCI was registered as a Canadian humanitarian charity in 1979 after the invasion of Afghanistan by the Soviet Union. We provide assistance to people affected by poverty and natural catastrophes.
The fact that you may have visited and interact with locals don’t make you an objective expert on these complex deep seated historical issues. You also visited India and all you saw was the injustice against Muslims. I lived among them, visited Temples, Mosques, Sikh temples, etc. it’s one thing observing the here and now, it’s another overlaying history!
Your line of site on history begins and ends where you see fit as it fits your own prejudices! The Burmese have taken action to push back the quiet Islamic invasion which occurred in their traditional homeland. The cite India as an example!
You prattle a lot, yet I asked a simple question as to the Buddha statues in the Hindu Kush. You, Chief, Abu skirted it, why? Because it makes you face what you avoiding in all this looong winded rants!
You meet and observe Guyanese Afros and Indians getting along fine, but bring in politics and control, everyone recoil back to their positions!