Kashmir is the responsibility of all Muslims, and we must speak out against the atrocities and demand a fair settlement of the issue. Here are some suggested strategies focused on educating others about Kashmir.
Human rights abuses have been a part of the campaign of the Indian army against Muslim Kashmiris, particularly after 1990. The oppression has been manifested in the following types of human rights abuses: “disappearances”, torture, rape and molestation of Muslim women.
In the Indian-held Kashmir - atrocities against Muslims have been, and are being, perpetrated with no fear of a corrective international response. To date, no one power or combination of powers has blown the whistle.
India has reinvaded occupied Kashmir again with tanks and 38,000 soldiers. This is despite the fact that Indian-occupied Kashmir is
the most militarized zone in the world: There is one armed Indian soldier for every 10 Kashmiris. To prevent the risk of war between
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