Kashmir-Rights

Syrian Rebels Are Servants of the Crusaders

  0 comments   |     by George Galloway British MP on 01, August 2012

Frankness and honesty in the main stream media are not common in the West. Please hear the short address of George Galloway via link provided below. He is addressing the Arabs but for people of all other origins consider that George Galloway is addressing you instead of the Arabs (Pakistanis, Bengalis, Dalits, Naxalite, Sikhs, Kashmiris, Afghans, etc. His message in brief: “You hav

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Kashmir's Torture Trail

  0 comments   |     by - on 17, July 2012

Kashmir - A Land Subjected to State Terrorism by Indian Troops. Jezza Neumann, multi BAFTA-winning director of Kashmir's Torture Trail, talks about filming undercover, Kashmir, and the difficulties in making a film on torture in a state where everyone is afraid of talking. The actual documentary can be viewed at

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KASHMIR DAY

  0 comments   |     by - on 23, February 2012

Kashmir Solidarity Day has been observed on 5 February each year since 1990 in Pakistan as a day of protest against Indian control of part of Kashmir.[1] It is a national holiday in Pakistan.[2] Kashmir Day was first proposed by Qazi Hussain Ahmad of the Jamaat-e-Islami party in Pakistan in 1990. Pakistan considers Kashmir as the core issue, between India and Pakistan, leading to three wars and

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The Unmarked Graves Of Kashmir

  0 comments   |     by Sheikh Saaliq on 31, January 2012

“For years, people whispered about the thousands of disappeared young men in Kashmir . But only now are the bones finally speaking”­___ Basharat Peer. T hey say the dead will speak, but when that remains a mystery. Not in this case. Yelling their un-heard voicesbeneath, they are crying their heart out from years. Screaming for their identity to be revealed,

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What went wrong in Kashmir?

  0 comments   |     by Rekha Chowdhary on 22, June 2011

What went wrong in Kashmir? This is one pertinent question that needs to be addressed seriously before any corrective measures can be applied. Situation would certainly normalise after some time, but apparently 'normal' situation in case of Kashmir does not indicate anything. The vibrancy of ordinary l

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Time to End Military Occupation of Middle East

  0 comments   |     by Gordon Duff Senior Editor Veteran on 22, June 2011

For the last decade, America has been shuffling its entire military, including hundreds of thousands of private contractors, in and out of the Middle East on little more than a “snipe hunt.” Time for a reality check. Iraq never attacked the US. Reports say Al Qaeda

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