They hate Persians though cause they are Shia, even though even then their are more similarities wtih Persian/Iranic culture and certain populations of Pakistan compared to the Arab and Turkic
Also I kek at how hard they try to cope with Urdu, they try so hard to claim Urdu is some mix of Arabic, Turkic and Persian when its really just a dialect of Hindustani
you are right about the irony of them calling people cucks, when they literally celebrate the rape of their own female ancestors by Arabs or had hoped their female ancestors hod gotten raped,
I really don't understand what you are trying to say, the point I'm trying to make that Pakistan is a weird country that shares most of its culture with north western India and the rest with Iran and Afghanistan , yet despite watching Indian movies & TV shows and having many shared languages, many Pakistanis continue to identify themselves with Arabs and Turks more strongly than they do with Indians.
I've personally found this very frustrating, but let me explain the reason why. In my life, I've had a fascination with different cultures; The Arab world too me is extremely diverse representing a mixture of identities, cultures, languages, and religions.
But to most Pakistanis, the Arab world is pretty much some fantasized representation of a single Muslim identity. Most Pakistanis see Arabic as a single language with little variation and they see more-or-less a single culture that looks something like the Arabs of the khaleej.
To me, it's not only insulting for Pakistanis to forgo their own identity (particularly the undeniably strong cultural connection to northwest India) but it's an insult to Arabs to lump them all together as one. Pakistan's identity these days is built on Islam, but that is a very shaky foundation since, as we all know, Islam can have very different extremes in the way it is practiced.