Khar, who was foreign minister during 2011-13, said Pakistani children had been taught for six decades that “our national identity is to hate someone” and this had led to hostility with India and Afghanistan.
To be fair, the entire identity of the Muslim world is to hate "someone". Though, with Pakistan -- the only country on Earth to be founded on the basis of Islam -- that trait is quite rich. Why? Because Pakistan is not a nation. It's a forced amalgamation of peoples who speak different languages, dress uniquely and look distinct. The only weak force "uniting" them is religion and common mythical enemies. In the long run, it won't last. See Bangladesh.