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Do Asian people consider Pakistanis "Asian"? (places, culture, speak) - City-Data Forum
Flag of Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan. Few Americans have heard of Jamaat-e-Islami. But in South Asia, it is notorious. In , Jamaati paramilitary groups slaughtered tens of thousands of Bangladeshis during its War of Liberation from Pakistan. Its terrorist ties today extend from Asia to America. A new resolution introduced in the House by Rep. Jim Banks R-Ind.
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Go to Page Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick! Some forums can only be seen by registered members. I'm Pakistani descent, and I'm asking this question out of curiosity, I know that Pakistan is geographically entirely in Asia, but a lot of times when I talk to "Asian people" Chinese,Korean types and I tell them i'm Asian too, they tell me that Pakis aren't really Asian. When I talk to American people, they usually think Pakistan's in the middle east probably because we're mostly Muslim and because of the war on terror, we were put into the "Greater Middle East", but I don't really see myself as Middle eastern, but then Orientals don't see us as Asian either the ones I know , so I don't know what exactly are we, I mean when I fill out a US census form I tick "Asian" but I'm not considered Asian by "Asians" in general, so even though I'm not eligible for Affirmative Action, I don't get the positive stereotypes that other Asians get, and I usually get the negative stereotypes middle eastern people get.
Muslim Americans are a diverse and growing population, currently estimated at 3. The U. Muslim community is made up heavily of immigrants and the children of immigrants from around the world. On average, Muslim Americans are considerably younger than the overall U.