Saturday, December 5, 2009

Kashmir Watch :: In-depth coverage on Kashmir conflict

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    • By Mohammad Yousuf Naqash
    • This may not be conducive to the outer world but this is a reality that the sentiment running through the veins in Kashmir includes the quantity ingredient of Islam as a driving force and motivating factor. One can say with certainty that two are inseparable as far as Kashmir is concerned. There is always the mix-up of two in statements, lectures and slogans. Azadi here refers to Nizam-e-Mustafa (Divine Rule). It has a background based on reason. This sentiment as mentioned above is the intentional adoption of Muslim majority of Jammu Kashmir. Non Muslims of the territory are not the part to it. They always remained disassociated from it. They rather consider themselves the part of Hindu India who by its intentions and deeds is against Muslims and Islam. Whether anybody accepts this bitter reality or not, hardly matters now. The polarization of the state territory on religious grounds has very before taken place in 1947 at the time of partition of India and emergence of new country Pakistan.

    • Author is Chairman, Islamic Political Party (Jammu & Kashmir), Constituent Member All Parties Hurriyat Committee. Email:

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