Posts Tagged ‘ Indian Atrocities ’

The Forgotten and Unending Tragedy of Kashmir

Jan 23rd, 2018 | By

By Haroon Malik “There were people dying everywhere getting massacred in every town and village, there were people being picked up and thrown into dark jails in unknown parts, there were dungeons in the city where hundreds of young men were kept in heavy chains and from where many never emerged alive, there were thousands



In Indian Occupied Kashmir, a father’s fight against forgetfulness

Dec 13th, 2017 | By
Tufail was killed on June 11, 2010, near a sports stadium in the old city of Srinagar in Indian-Occupied Kashmir

By Rifat Fareed Srinagar, Indian-administered Kashmir – Mohammad Ashraf Mattoo was at home when a crowd of people rushed to him with the news that changed his life forever. His only son was killed. It has been seven years since Mattoo’s life seemingly came to a standstill. He stopped going to work and his hair



India: Accountability still missing for human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir | Amnesty International

Jul 2nd, 2015 | By

Twenty-five years after the introduction of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act in Jammu and Kashmir, the law continues to feed a cycle of impunity for human rights violations, Amnesty International said in a new report published today. The report, “Denied: Failures in accountability for human rights violations by security force personnel in Jammu and



India’s Shame

Feb 12th, 2015 | By

Genocide in Kashmir India’s Shame By ANDRE VLTCHEK Welcome to Kashmir! It is deep winter. The mountains are covered with snow and the naked trees above the lakes at sunset, look melancholic and magnificent, precisely like a completed Chinese brush painting. Welcome to a nation overrun by the 700,000-strong security forces of the occupying power



May 21, 1990 : Memories of Indian Atrocities

May 22nd, 2013 | By

“Bodies were lying all around me. Blood was profusely oozing out from my legs. I held my breath, acted as dead and was shocked to see security personnel frisking the pockets of dead and robbing them of their belongings,” a witness of 21 May, 1990, Srinagar bloodshed, remembers. Tahir Ahmed Baba, a resident of Mashal