The Kashmir

August 24, 2006


Filed under: Quotes for Thought, Terrorism In Kashmir — vicharnaag @ 8:46 am

in the House of RepresentativesWEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1994

  • Mr. McCOLLUM. Mr. Speaker, I rise today to bring to the attention of the House a very important matter. The role of Pakistan in aiding and abetting terrorism in Kashmir is well documented, so much so that the administration almost placed the Pakistani regime on the 1993 list of state sponsors of terrorism. However, the administration did not take such action because it was assured by Pakistan that Islamabad was taking credible steps to dissociate itself from the militants in Kashir.
  • Recent reports however, suggest that Pakistan never stopped its aid to the terrorists in Kashir. A report in the Washington Post dated, May 16, 1994, titled, `Pakistan Aiding Rebels in Kashmir: Muslims Reportedly Armed and Trained,’ by John Word Anderson, datelined Muzzaffarabad, gives a first-hand account of such assistance by Pakistan to terrorists in Kashmir.
  • The State Department has also confirmed this fact in its annual report titled, `Patterns of Global Terrorism’ I quote, `* * * there were credible reports in 1993 of official Pakistani support to Kashmiri militants * * *.’
  • This fact is further confirmed from a study conducted by The Task Force on Terrorism and Unconventional Warfare titled, `The Kashmir Connection,’ which I would like to place in the Record, immediately following these remarks which details the extent of Pakistani involvement in aiding the terrorists in Kashmir.
  • This House should take cognizance of this serious issue particularly as some of those who have indicted in the bombing of the World Trade Center had also received training in Pakistan.



Yossef Bodansky is director of research for the International Strategic Studies Association, where he is also a senior editor for their Defense and Foreign Affairs publications. He is director of the Congressional Task Force on Terrorism and Unconventional Warfare for the U.S. House of Representatives. In addition, Bodansky has served as a consultant on terrorism for the U.S. government and other organizations.


Shiv Ji Temple Destruction

Filed under: Temples — vicharnaag @ 7:55 am

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Shiv Ji Temple in 1989 & Same Temple in destroyed condition in 2006-( Rainawari -Kashmir )

HUJI Threat Letter to Kashmiri Pandits

Filed under: Injustice, Terrorism In Kashmir — vicharnaag @ 6:54 am

hujiletter.jpgAug 2006 .English Translation Of Threat

“The traitors of “Jang-e-Aazadi” i.e, Kashmiri Pandits who have been part and parcel of “Muslim – Kush” policies of Jagmohan, who have since left their “Wattan”, are being strongly warned to desist from the plans and activities which are aimed at undermining our freedom struggle.

Our organization stands by the joint pronouncement  dated 22.7.2005 of Al-farin, Al-Nasreen, Farzandani Millat and Save Kashmir Movement, which made compulsory for the Pandits to seek pardon, for all  the omissions and commissions against the Kashmiri Muslims and also to beg pardon for the heinous crimes they have committed, which also directed  Pandits to participate actively in Jehad failing  which they will not be allowed to come back.

Our organization in its congregation has decided to defeat the sinister designs of the migrant  Pandits, who are going to perform a Maha Shraadh at Mattan near Islamabad to project the killings of  “Mukhbir Pandits” as martyrs.
The Pandits are warned to be ready to pay the price for entering the valley. Defying this warning, they could not be protected even by the Prime Minister of India, the  Indian puppet Chief Minister and the army contingents.

Migrant Pandits are being warned that their welfare rests in begging for pardons, accept their heinous crimes and terms and conditions of our organizations, till they do it the doors to the valley are shut for them.”

Nizam-u-Din Sarwar
Spokesperson for HUJI

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