The Kashmir

August 26, 2007

A Lie Which Cheated the Courts !

On 13th Dec 2001 , Indian Parliament was attacked. One of the accused was Mr Geelani who was first sentenced to death but later set free.

It had been long that I wanted to know the transcripts of Geelanis telephonic conversation and wanted to know the reality . The reason being that people who were pleading for Geelani have been known to be supporters of separatism in Kashmir and are well known JKLF supporters.

One person who gave a testimony in court and translated the telephonic conversation is Sanjay Kak, a film director who never made it big.

The report from Guardian says :

Giving evidence in court, Kak said, “The Kashmiri equivalent of ‘What’s happened?’ is ‘Yeh Kya Korua’. It is a generic term used for a range of ordinary circumstances

The whole translation is nothing but a Lie which has not only cheated the court but also the whole nation. The exact translation of ” Yeh Kya Korua” is ” What did you all do ” and NOT  ” Whats happened” as said by Sanjay Kak.   

In this case ,the caller was refering to more than one person. If the question would have been asked refering to only a single person , it would have been something like “Yeh Kya Koruth?” Anyone who knows Kashmiri would tell you whatz correct .

To translate it in plain hindi it means “Yeh Kya Kar Diya ?” ….and Kak changed the real meaning ……………….For ? 

Whats Happened ” when translated in Kashmiri would be ” Kya Gov or Kya Che Gomut ?”

The question still haunting my mind is (a) Does Sanjay Kak know Kashmiri ? (b) And if he does …what made him defend a person who had been accused of attacking the Indian parliament ?

Would Sanjay respond ?  

Their Strategies and Their Motives

The “Battle For Kashmir ” has entered into a different segment . A massive effort is being put to influence the so called “liberal” and the “leftist” class of India and work on to influence the new generation of so called ” liberals” to accept that Kashmir needs to be free from India.

Having closely followed the different strategies , after failing miserably with the Guns and also now as the  Kashmir issue is connected with Global Terrorism , the idea of spreading the message of “Azaadi” [ read poison ] to rest of country has started in a very well planned way.

The first plan was to present a picture that the “Battle For Kashmir ” was not a religious issue. For this they may have used Sanjay Kak to make a movie called “Jashn E Azadi” and started the screenings of the movie across the country.

Incidently Sanjay Kak was one of the two translators who were preseneted by the lawyers of Geelani , who was then accused in Parliament Attack case. What people do not know that Sanjay Kak translated it all wrong so as the accused are set free. The other translator , Sampat Prakash , has now formally joined JKLF and is on a tour which is called Safar E Azadi. So much similar to Jashn E Azadi. 

The ever “liberal” and anything opposite to Indian cause activist , Arundhati Roy and terrorists leader and commander in chief of JKLF , Yasin Malik, have been seen at the screenings of Jashn E Azadi.

The screenings were later taken to many colleges and shown discretely , with the idea to corrupt the thought of a growing teenager .

Another interesting activity I noticed is the way these strategists use the innocent tourists to further and justify the cause , which is based on Islamic Fanaticism.

Looking at “Kashmir Blog ” , the author of the Blog has very conveniently used a innocent write up of a student traveller to Kashmir , and used it as a propaganda tool . The innocent Mumbai girls wouldn’t have even imagined that she has been used by those people whose master sit across the border. There would be many Rias and Gayatris who would not be aware how they have been influenced and used as a propogonda for a cause , a cause which has been run though power of guns and having contacts with Al Qaeda and supported by Pakistan.

The systematic corruption and influencing the people in wrong direction end up with incidents like these , the latest being on in Hyderabad yesterday.

And for the “liberals” , they would be just preparing to even defend those who may have been behind bars. [ I wonder where these “liberals” were when Taslima was attacked in Hyderabad.

The process of building a lobby to justify separation of Kashmir from India , is working over time. It would be nice to see if the Govt and its agencies keep a watch and take prompt action , before this infection turns into a cancer and engulfs the whole nation..

August 23, 2007

Kashmir Myths Explored By Little Indian

For those expressing independent or unpopular political views, there is a pervasive fear of Pakistani military and intelligence services—and of militant organizations acting at their behest or independently.

Click HERE for a very intresting analysis on Pakistan Occupied Kashmir.


If this “freedom movement” ever succeeds, it will only lead to another Islamic state or more likely will be taken over by Pakistan, an Islamic state under a military dictator.

That will be the death warrant of all the indigenous non muslim Kashmiris.The world will witness the repeat of the Partition, mass emigration and killings.

I do not think these people understands or cares at all for the future of non muslims;from the comforts of their homes they will denounce the Indian forces in Kashmir just to be able to show themselves as liberals and exult in mutual backslappings.

(I wonder how they spend the Indian Independance Day, probably flying the Pakistani flag, and rallying for Kashmir’s occupation by Pakistan.)

Click HERE to read the complete article and how irrational people have tried to confront the writer.

August 16, 2007

60 Years Of Freedom – 17 Years Of Exile

On 15th August 2007 , it was celebration time for most of Indians as India celebrated its 60th Year of Freedom , but for the less fortunate Indians , Kashmiri Pandits, who entered their 17th Year in Exile .

The state of India is silent on their apathy , and all they offer is lip service …. Click HERE  for more…

August 10, 2007

Derailing of Kashmir from Mainstream-Causes and Remedies

Written By Kamal Hak ( ) –

India like many other countries in the world has been struggling against a problem, which defies normal conventional solution. The problem of religious fundamentalism and its capability of attracting the youth for treading a separatist path is an issue confronting many progressive societies around the world these days. In India the emergence of religious fundamentalism as tool for achieving political goals has seen the country being ripped apart in Kashmir by the perpetrators of sectarian terrorism. That these long and persistent violent campaigns are being nurtured, accomplished and sustained essentially by that segment of populace, which normally should have been more concerned about their social, materialistic and economic sustenance should be a matter of grave concern and debate not only among the political establishments of the country but in the civil society as well. The fatal attraction that the youth of Kashmir continue to demonstrate for extremist actions clearly reflects their romanticism for a rebellious mindset. It also reflects the failure of social and political institutions in preventing the budding youth from alienation.  They drifting away of the youth from the respectable mainstream also represent the decay in the robustness of the different organs of the state and society.
The resentment against the national mainstream prominently visible amongst the alarmingly large number of Kashmiri youth can’t be viewed in isolation. The alienation of such a mass of people can never be a manifestation of frustrations borne out of lack of gainful or vocational opportunities. It can also never be an instant reaction to so-called Indian imperialistic designs on a territory, which historically has had social, cultural, physical, economical and political relationship with rest of the country. One also needs to understand and analyze the administrative atmosphere Jammu and Kashmir State before the onset of militancy there and compare the same with that as prevalent in some other states of the country at that time. The economical conditions, availability of avenues for gainful employment, the educational and other opportunities coupled with unhindered freedom of religious and political expression available to the Kashmiri youth do not suggest any discrimination or persecution forcing them into rebellion. A cursory glance at the existing socio-economic and political dispensation in many parts of India, even now, would reveal a situation immensely pathetic in comparison with that of Kashmir and should, therefore, be enough reason for the youth to revolt. It is perhaps the resilience of the civil society and its proud nationalism, which is acting as a strong deterrent against any youthful aberration. That a significant percentage of Kashmiri youth have convinced themselves of the injustice done towards them and chosen the path tangentially opposite the mainstream warrants a more serious analysis of the problem.
The question of Kashmiri youth derailing from the mainstream has been defying answer for a long time. The political commentators and social scientists have been unsuccessfully struggling with the plausible explanation for this phenomenon that has assumed dangerous sectarian characteristics endangering not only the secular fabric of the country but also the security apparatus of the nation. Unfortunately, the political compulsions of pan Indian realities have ensured the malady is not seen in a proper perspective. Any attempt to honestly dissect the factors responsible for the rebellious attitude of Kashmiri youth is always forced under the carpet for the consideration of a larger national interest. The reluctance of the Indian state to directly confront the Kashmiris with a candid indictment is often seen by them as a national weakness and helps them to draw sustenance for their movement. The Indian state’s complacency in calling spade a spade also helps the Kashmiri youth to build a conviction about the righteousness of their stand.    

Many commentators trace the alienation of Kashmiri youth to the supposedly rigged election of 1989 in Kashmir. The contention being the activists of Muslim United Front, having failed to realize their political aspirations through legal means crossed over to Pakistan Occupied Kashmir in an act of disillusionment. It is true 1989 elections in Jammu and Kashmir proved to be a turning point in the separatist politics of the valley as a hitherto silent undercurrent of dissent against India suddenly manifested itself in a violent orgy of selective killings, intimidation and revolt. However, the commentators have failed to appreciate that a sudden, spontaneous and unprecedented widespread public expression of a revolt and mass uprising can’t be an instant reaction to a particular incident. In this case the rigged elections. It has to be a culmination of long years of creating adequate support structures, foolproof logistics and systematic planning. It has also to be a reflection of mindset hardened over a large number of years.

The Kashmir problem needs to be viewed dispassionately for understanding its complexities. The alienation of Kashmiris is essentially the result of India’s failure on three fronts with respect to Kashmir. The accession of Jammu and Kashmir to India has been proven to be a legally tenable act but Indian nation has never been able to convince the Kashmiris about this fact. Instead of firmly articulating the legalities and irreversibility of Kashmir’s accession to India, the Indian state has been, most of the times, apologetic about this historical fact. It has not only played into the pan-Islamic sentiments of the Muslim majority people but has many times unwittingly contributed to the separatist ideology. A vast majority of Kashmiri people has been brought up on the theory of 1947 partition and state’s accession to India, thereafter, being a part of the great Indian imperialistic designs on the sub-continent. No wonder, the people tend to believe continuation of the state as a part of India as great injustice perpetrated on the people by a Hindu majority country. The youth see it as an infringement of their political and religious rights.  The absence of any honest and dedicated Indian effort to correct this perspective has seen a large number of Kashmiri people distancing themselves from the national mainstream. 

One also needs to sympathize with the Indian nation as it is fighting a menace of Islamic religious fundamentalism, which is confronting many countries in the world now. This brings us to the second important reason behind the uprising of Kashmiri youth. The Muslims all across the world, by and large, have always sought to entertain a pan- Islamic identity. They have also been taught the Islam is the superior religion. This has often put the Muslim youth across the world on a confrontationist course and Kashmiri youth have also allowed themselves to be drawn into this extremist ideology. They have also traditionally been tutored to see any Indian initiative in Kashmir as apart of attempted Hindu dominance. The local psyche has been so thoroughly conditioned towards this thought process that all nationalist non- Muslims of the valley are still referred to as Jan Sanghi , a local acronym for a fundamentalist. Kashmir has thrown a greatest challenge on the country’s secular credentials, one of the basic pillars of Indian nation hood; yet, the state has failed to adequately respond to the growing sectarian thought process in the valley and has allowed it to assume menacing proportions. The state has been a mute witness to the process of fundamentalist indoctrination of the youth who refuse to appreciate the difference between India as a country and Hinduism as a philosophy. For them going away from the national mainstream is to walk away from, what they believe, the Hindu dominance.

Finally, India’s inability to effectively combat the Pakistan’s influence on the Kashmir politics has encouraged the youth to look towards it for moral, ideological and monetary support. Also, in the eyes of ordinary Kashmiri, India’s failure to adequately respond to Pakistan’s machinations in Kashmir has made it to look a weaker state in comparison with Pakistan. Despite the history and the evidence to the contrary, Kashmiri’s have always thought of Pakistan as a stronger nation than India. Their belief in greater Islamic nation hood might have contributed in building this belief but lack of adequate Indian response has emboldened them to dare one of the largest countries in the world.

Today, India is being trampled by the acts of mindless terrorism that is fast spreading its wings across the country and whose footprints can be easily traced to Kashmir. There will be no easy solutions to the problem and bringing back the alienated youth to the mainstream is going to be arduous task. Nevertheless, a beginning has to be made somewhere. As on today, it is the Kashmiris who are setting the rules of the game. As a first step towards correcting the attitudes, India could begin well by being firm in establishing who calls the shots. The Kashmiri’s romanticism for any thing Pakistani also needs to be firmly shattered by suitable responding to its overtures on the state. Finally, the most difficult task that needs to be accomplished is to make clear to the fanatically driven people that no one is born either circumcised or with a thread around his neck.

August 9, 2007

Pak Parliamentary Secy calls for Jihad

In a shocking ,but expected,behavior , Pakistan parilament secretary has called for a Jihad against India and also for recognising “Taliban“,while shouting slogans “Al Jihad- Al Jihad” .

It is high time that Pakistan should be recognised as a terrorist state and governed by an International force.

The complete news article is as under:-

“Pakistan’s Parliamentary Secretary for Defence Major (retd) Syed Tanveer Hussain has advised the government to recognise the Taliban and open all corridors for militants to wage Jihad for the “liberation of Kashmir.”

 “India will not give freedom to the Kashmiris through dialogue, so we have to wage a Jihad and our Mujahideen will secure the freedom of Kashmir within six months,” he said while speaking in the National Assembly on Tuesday during a debate on Pakistan’s foreign policy.

The stunning speech of the parliamentary secretary got a positive response from the Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal, particularly when he praised the Taliban and asked the government to give a shut-up call to the United States over its threats to Pakistan.

He also asked the government to counter the recent US ‘Pressler-type bill’ by allowing Jihad. “The aid that forces us to mistreat our own people should be spewed out,” he added. In his hard-hitting and emotional speech, Syed Tanveer Hussain said that Pakistan should also recognise the Taliban, who were the enemies of the United States. “Taliban did not have any enmity with Pakistan but only with the United States,” he added.

He alleged that the CIA was killing the Chinese in Pakistan to harm the cordial relations between the two countries. He also asked the government to open all the corridors for the Jihadis to enter Kashmir so that they could wage Jihad against India. “We cannot get Kashmir on negotiations table but through Jihad,” he said, while raising the slogans of “Al-Jihad, Al-Jihad.”

He said the government should renounce its ‘love affair’ with America and reject all kinds of aid. “We should improve our relations with Iran, China and Russia as the United States will not give us anything except threats,” he added.

The parliamentary secretary said Muslims were being killed throughout the world under a conspiracy but “we have turned a blind eye to the same.” “Our foreign policy must be based on Quran and Sunnah,” he stressed.

Tanveer Hussain said that Syed Hasan Nasrullah (the Hizbullah chief) had inflicted a defeat on Israel and Pakistan should take a lesson from him”
( Source ) 

August 2, 2007

My son would kill Mr. Bush — Asiya Andrabi

One more example to prove that the terrorists ,their supporters and mojority community in Kashmir are fighting the Indian army so as to make Kashmir an Islamic state. These people are nothing but terrorists and should be treated like that.

Looking at “this” interview of Asiya Andrabi , i wonder how lenient the Indian Govt is. Arent they letting lose a ” Masood” or “Osama” in making . Why is this woman free ?

Kindly go through some of the statements of Asiya Andrabi :-

Source : Ummah News Links 

1. “My strong belief is that all human beings should accept Islam

2 “Yes, we want an Islamic state, why not? Islam should be in power. They should be powerful, the Islam. And that should be governed by the laws of Allah the almighty. Quran is rules and regulations of all parliaments and assemblies”

3.”My husband was a Mujahid. When we started the struggle in 1988 we called all of the Muslim men to jihad. Until and unless India will leave this Kashmir, until and unless all the Indian forces will leave the Kashmir, jihad will continue (Insh’allah Rahman) and there is no option that mujihadeen will lay down their guns.”

4.”Yes, I believe in that, and not only in Kashmir. I believe jihad is the most sacred job in Islam, and we believe we will be rewarded in the life hereafter. So if Kashmir will be liberated from Indian clutches and there will be jihad somewhere else in Muslim world it’s my dream that my sons will go there and fight,even if my son become a suicide bomber and would kill the enemies of Islam.. ”

5. “Here in Kashmir the enemies of Islam are the Indian army. To kill Indian army is my dream. So are the Indian politicians — they are the enemies of Islam and they are the enemies of our freedom struggle. Not the common man. If you are from America, I don’t have any grudge with you. But if I see George Bush anywhere, and my son would kill Mr. Bush, it would be a great honor for Asiya Andrabi.”

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