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The Kashmir Problem

The Kashmir Problem Kashmir rivalry between the Islāmic Republic of Pakistan and the Republic of India is a major cause. The problem is that Kashmir is the biggest obstacle to normalizing relations between Pakistan and India. The Two countries have fought two full-fledged.  In view of its Geo-political significance India desired to acquire Kashmir when partition of the sub-continent became inevitable in 1947. The Maharajah acceded to India under dubious circumstances when the Kashmirs Muslims revolted against the evil designs of India.  Pakistan is of the view that only the people of Kashmir have a right to decide the future of Kashmir. The UN resolutions of August 13, 1948 and January 5, 1949, which were accepted both by India and Pakistan provided for the holding a plebiscite under the UN auspices to settle the Kashmir issue. The people of Kashmir have suffered from inexpressible euros miseries since 1948. The endless curfew, rape cases, torture cells and crushing of their resources are only the slight expression of their miseries be witnessed in this old heaven.  India is projecting the struggle in Kashmir as "Muslim Fundamentalism". India cannot throw dust into the eyes of the World Community by labelling the Kashmir Liberation Movement as "Religious Fanaticism." In fact, Kashmirs people along with their Islāmic aspirations are fighting for the protection of their political. religious, cultural and economic rights. It is the expression of the entire community. The Indian authorities have failed to understand the core issue and are trying to deal it as that of law and order. They link it to terrorism sponsored by Pakistan.  The time has come when UNO should play an active role as it has played Irag-kuwait case. The resolutions on Kashmir are yet to be fully implemented. The UNO has lost its repute as peace keeping and peace making body. The unending struggle of the freedom fighters has proved that the will of the people cannot be suppressed. The international community has a duty to protect innocent Kashmiris from the brutality, brutality and cruelty of the Indian occupying army.  The Muslim Ummah should also come out of its slumber and prove it to the world that Islam is a force which cannot be suppressed.
The Kashmir Problem
Kashmir rivalry between the Islāmic Republic of Pakistan and the Republic of India is a major cause. The problem is that Kashmir is the biggest obstacle to normalizing relations between Pakistan and India. The Two countries have fought two full-fledged.

In view of its Geo-political significance India desired to acquire Kashmir when partition of the sub-continent became inevitable in 1947. The Maharajah acceded to India under dubious circumstances when the Kashmirs Muslims revolted against the evil designs of India.

Pakistan is of the view that only the people of Kashmir have a right to decide the future of Kashmir. The UN resolutions of August 13, 1948 and January 5, 1949, which were accepted both by India and Pakistan provided for the holding a plebiscite under the UN auspices to settle the Kashmir issue.
The people of Kashmir have suffered from inexpressible euros miseries since 1948. The endless curfew, rape cases, torture cells and crushing of their resources are only the slight expression of their miseries be witnessed in this old heaven.

India is projecting the struggle in Kashmir as "Muslim Fundamentalism". India cannot throw dust into the eyes of the World Community by labelling the Kashmir Liberation Movement as "Religious Fanaticism." In fact, Kashmirs people along with their Islāmic aspirations are fighting for the protection of their political. religious, cultural and economic rights. It is the expression of the entire community. The Indian authorities have failed to understand the core issue and are trying to deal it as that of law and order. They link it to terrorism sponsored by Pakistan.

The time has come when UNO should play an active role as it has played Irag-kuwait case. The resolutions on Kashmir are yet to be fully implemented. The UNO has lost its repute as peace keeping and peace making body. The unending struggle of the freedom fighters has proved that the will of the people cannot be suppressed. The international community has a duty to protect innocent Kashmiris from the brutality, brutality and cruelty of the Indian occupying army.

The Muslim Ummah should also come out of its slumber and prove it to the world that Islam is a force which cannot be suppressed.