Übersetzung für 'Pashtuns' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a Pashtun | Pashtuns
Paschtunen {pl}
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Übersetzung für 'Pashtuns' von Englisch nach Deutsch

Paschtunen {pl}ethn.
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Four rivers: Sardaryab River, Khialey River, Jindey River and Shalam River meet in Nisatta forming a larger river which the local "pashtuns" call Landey River (Kabul River) which flows along Nowshehra and at Kund (Attock) joins Abaseen (Indus River).
  • Faizullah Khan was a syed among the pashtuns and his family settled South Asia during the Mughal Empire.
  • One often stated idea is of a direct Israelite ancestry for the Pashtuns as a whole.
  • Pashtuns have been present in California at least since agricultural labor was imported in the early 20th century.
  • While Pashtuns were historically politically dominant since the modern foundation of the Durrani Empire in 1747, many of the well-organized pro-Mujahideen or pro-government groups consisted of Tajiks, Uzbeks and Hazaras.

  • The Ghoryakhel Pashtuns Khalil, Muhmands, Daudzai, Chamkani tribes and some Khashi "Khel" Pashtuns, ancestors of modern-day Yusufzai and Gigyani Pashtuns, began settling rural regions around Peshawar in the late 15th and 16th centuries.
  • The Bangash Pashtuns in Pakistan are very active socially and politically, and hold many government positions, both locally and federally.
  • In the 1880s, Abdur Rahman Khan moved the rebellious Ghilzai Pashtuns from the southern part of the country to the northern part.
  • The most prominent views amongst Pashtuns as to who exactly qualifies as a Pashtun are: The cultural definition requires Pashtuns to adhere to Pashtunwali codes.
  • The Torwalis were native to a more extensive area, such as towards Buner, from where they were expelled into mountainous tracts by successive aggressive migration by Pashtuns.

  • Gharghasht was the son of Qais Abdul Rashid, the founder of the Pashtuns who himself was the descendant of Afghana (or Avagana) the progenitor of Afghanistan and modern-day Pashtuns.
  • Some solitary families of Sadozai, Achakzai Pashtuns are well known in Srinagar whose roots go to Kandahar.
  • Most of those killed and injured in the reprisal shootings came from the smaller Pashtuns.
  • The Mehtar of Chitral was an influential player in the power politics of the region as he acted as an intermediary between the rulers of Badakhshan, the Yousafzai pashtuns, the Maharaja of Kashmir and later the Amir of Afghanistan.
  • Zalmay, Zalmai, Zalmeh, or Zalmie is a Pashtun male given name found amongst the Pashtuns of Pakistan and Afghanistan.

  • The Khogyani tribal root is the Karlāṇī Pashtuns.
  • The Pashtuns make up the overwhelming majority population of the city and province but exact figures are not available.
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