There is no “other side of the story”. This isn’t a two-sided conflict. The Pakistani military builds Pakistani check posts on Afghan soil. They violate Afghan airspace with their jets. They launch airstrikes and fire missiles on Afghan villages in eastern Afghanistan under the U.S.-backed Af-Pak policy, which justifies the killing of Afghan civilians. Afghanistan has done NONE of these things. I challenge you to find any article that says so. If you are offended that the Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) responds to Pakistan’s attacks on Afghan soil, then you need to re-evaluate your morals. Self-defense is a given right to anyone who are unjustly attacked, in this case when Afghanistan once in a while responds to Pakistan’s attacks on eastern Afghanistan.
You claim that Afghans have been violating the border with Pakistan since 1947. What do you mean by that? For instance, there were no militant groups in Afghanistan at that time, so they were for sure not militants. And unless you can provide proof that Afghanistan unjustly attacked or violated the border with Pakistan in 1947, I’m going to stick to my source. Because the earliest known Afghanistan-Pakistan border attack happened in 1949, when a Pakistani Air Force plane bombed an Afghan village (as ordered by the Pakistani government) just across the border to suppress tribal uprising against the colonial Afghanistan-Pakistan border, known as the Durand line, which separates colonized Afghan territories from the rest of Afghanistan. This was only one of the many acts the Pakistani government did to suppress Pashtun separatism. In response to the bombing, Afghanistan called for a loya jirga meeting and agreed to never officially recognize the Durand line.
In the link you posted of the “latest attack from Afghanistan”, you forgot to mention that the militants who attacked the Pakistani check post from Afghanistan were Pakistani militants. They’re from Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP). Are you seriously going to blame Afghanistan for what militants, specifically what Pakistani militants are doing in our land? That tells me you’re only looking for a way to point fingers at Afghanistan. What militants - both Afghan and Pakistani - do in Afghanistan or Pakistan is not in the hands of the Afghan government (nor are the militants “backed” by the Afghan government, like you said). Just like the Pakistani governent has no control over militants, the Afghan government has no control over militants. But what the Pakistani military does to Afghanistan, is in the hands of the Pakistani government. So it makes NO sense at all to blame Afghanistan for what militants, and in this case what Pakistani militants do. But it does make sense to hold the Pakistani government accountable for what it orders its military to do.
Lastly, meanwhile you thought you had made some good and sharp points, the Pakistani military fired more than 100 missiles into the Kunar province of eastern Afghanistan prior to and throughout Eid, in which a 12-year old boy was killed and several damages were imposed on civilians. I’m sure you’ll find a way to justify this too, because Afghans mean nothing to you. They’re like dirt under your feet, right? Your genocidal military is more important to you than the lives Afghan children. Don’t you have any shame? You commented on a post specifically about the lives of Afghan civilians being ignored, and instead of having some respect and decency, you defended a genocidal military that is responsible for the rapes and murders of thousands of Bengalis, Afghans, Pashtuns and Balochis. You are no better than a patriotic American in support of the U.S. military.