14th Century Prophecy Buoys Kashmiris

Better wait and watch, but Muslims ought to be Muslims first,’ says Syed Ahmed Sayeed, the Grand Imam of Kashmir Grand Mosque YJameel The Taliban, was assumed to gave suffered a crushing defeat at the hands of the U.S.-led “alliance,” and, after remaining in hiding for a few years, are regrouping in Afghanistan. Late Osama bin…

Fiction: Ohh! Newshour with Arnab again

By Koshur Mazloom (Koshur Mazloom is a pen name of an online activist) Good Evening ! I am Arnab and tonight on Newshour we are talking about the US decision to reward anyone giving out details about Hafiz Syed. With me on the Newshour tonight are: Mahroof Raza, the impeccable. K.C. Singh, the incredible Joining me from Pakistan is Mr. Hilali (read as Hillei Lee) And from Washington DC first…

A scene of Crackdown on residents by Indian Occupational Army in occupied Kashmir. Where-in an entire areas is cordoned and male citizens forced out of home while women are forced to stay alone home.

Kashmir: Dance Of the Fireflies

Hundred thousand Kashmiri Muslims mostly civilians have been killed by Indian Occupational Army in occupied Kashmir since the armed revolt began in 1989. Activists and Human Rights groups have made shocking revelations of torture, murder, abduction and rape at the hands of Indian troops. Lonesome Kashmiri, an online activist writes how a summer night in Indian occupied Kashmir shattered his childhood.…

A look on Indian Intel recommendation in Occupied Kashmir

Surveying the Kashmiri Mind Inam ul Rehman “Intelligence” wrote Harlan K. Ullman and James P. Wade in their book, which examined future security needs and strategies of United States, “Shock and Awe: Achieving Rapid Dominance”, “is comprised of five categories of knowledge and understanding: a society’s leadership; culture and values; the strategic, political, economic, and…

Mass Graves in Occupied Kashmir

The Mass Graves of Kashmir

For 22 years this contested region has endured a regime of torture and disappeared civilians. Now a local lawyer is discovering their unmarked graves and challenging India’s abuses Cathy Scott-Clark |  The Guardian One sodden evening in April 2010, an Indian army major from the 4 Rajputana Rifles arrived at a remote police post where…