The only point I can think of is ethnicity. Kashmiris may be muslim, but they're also a different ethnic group from the countless other ethnic groups within Islam. They probably want their home land for their ethnic group.
It may serve you to conveniently ignore what I've stated on multiple occasions so that it strengthens your argument, but you only make yourself seem dishonest.
I've categorically stated that I can't stand bhangra and things of that nature. I've been very clear about it many times on many threads. If you continue to ignore what's in black and white, I can only surmise that you can't read.
If you lack the intelligence to differentiate between the culturally and spiritually destructive expressions that our people revel in, and those that are a subdued yet positive, and integral part of what makes us who we are -- that, if relinquished, will never be assumed by any other group on this planet, and therefore consigned to the dustbin of history -- then you are a huge problem.
Address what I'm saying, NOT what you wish I was saying, so you "win" this pathetic little mud-slinging match. Don't use missionary tactics, lol. Be an honest Singh, not a Dogra.
This is not a battle of culture or to say which youth is worse. It's simply addressing what punjabi culture is today and where it came from. @MisterrSingh wanted to down play the bad aspects of punjabi culture today and how bhangra basically has no to little effect negatively. now hes throw a fit like a little school girl not only on this thread but another thread about me.