Tag Archives: #Kashmir

Kashmir Haat: museum of priceless artifacts

WordForPeace.com Srinagar, Jan 18: Kashmir Haat, government’s central handicraft market meant to attract tourists, has Jammu & Kashmir’s only Crafts Museum pushed to oblivion where even the locals seem unaware of its existence.  Located in a far corner of usually-deserted Kashmir Haat, located at Exhibition Road here, the museum, called ‘School of Designs – Crafts Museum’, is without a signboard …

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An Indian family got back a son who fell prey to jihadist radicalisation in Kashmir 

WordForPeace.com NEW DELHI: The Army and J&K police heaped praise on college student and footballer Majid Irshad who quit Lashkar-e-Taiba and surrendered before security forces on Thursday night. Addressing a joint press conference, Inspector General of Police (IGP) Kashmir Zone Munir Khan and Major General BS Raju lauded Majid’s decision to quit the terror outfit and said that he will be able …

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Geelanis refusal to meet MPs in Kashmir was unIslamic

Being head of the united Hurriyat, he should have spoken to the all-party delegation. ByMAJID HYDERI Guests need to be treated generously, according to Islamic etiquette. For Muslims, this teaching holds significance, essentially because illustrious Prophet Muhammad said: Whoever believes in Allah and the Last Day, let them treat their guest generously. Call it sinful or not, but Kashmirs senior …

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Undying spirit of Indian Muslims is best weapon against terrorists

By Dinesh Unnikrishnan Why does India produce so few Islamic terrorists despite having a bigger Muslim population than most Muslim countries in the world, including our warmonger neighbour Pakistan?Thats a question often asked whenever terrorists claim innocent lives in the name of religion. The answer lies in the undying inner spirit of the majority of Indian Muslims and in the …

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Will we ever allow peace a chance in Kashmir?

Colonel R Hariharan The answer to this question is a simple “no”, if we look at all the smoke and thunder generated by Pakistan at home and abroad and even in the UN Security Council after the Kashmiri militant leader Burhan Wani was killed in an encounter. There are many reasons Pakistan chose to react so strongly with a grim-faced …

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