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Islamic suicide bombers: Perspective

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By K.N. Pandit

A new dimension of contemporary Islamic terror surfaced in its full force with 9/11 event.  In Palestine, suicide bombers have been in action for a long time but observers did not bring them under special focus.  For a long time, it seemed unbelievable that somebody would blow himself up for blowing up a large number of innocent people while standing amidst them.

Indians met with the first shock of a suicide bomber in operation when Rajiv Gandhi was blown up by a woman who had tied a bomb to her body. LTTE frequently used suicide bombing as a war weapon against Sri Lankan security forces.

With terror unleashed by Islamic Theo-fascists, suicide bombing has become a regular feature of destroying innocent lives in various parts of the world especially in such regions as are alleged to be in a state of conflict and crisis (daru’l harb).  Other purpose of the perpetrators of terror is to destabilize governments and paralyze civil institutions as the process of replacing all existing faiths and their institutions by Islamic faith and sharia.

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Ethnic Cleansing of Kashmir Valley

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By K.N. Pandit

The Hindu religious minority of Kashmir Valley, known as Pandits formed nearly 07 per cent of the total population of Kashmir province at the time of the accession of Jammu and Kashmir State to the Indian Union in October 1947. Owing to discriminatory policies of successive regimes in J and K ever since, a good percentage of the Pandits was forced to leave their homeland and seek livelihood in other parts of the country. As a result of eruption of armed insurgency in late 1989-90,  Theo-fascists made the Pandits their selective targets killing more than a thousand innocent members within a couple of months of insurgency. Their objective was to enforce ethnic cleansing of Kashmiri Pandits from the Valley in order to pave the way for Islamic homogenization with sharia replacing secular democratic dispensation. Radical and Wahhabi Islamic ideologues in Saudi Arabia and Pakistan, who have sponsored the jihadi terror world over, consider Kashmir integral to the concept of Islamic Caliphate. The Pandits were considered a symbol of secularist presence in Kashmir.  Religious extremists decided to efface this symbol once for all because it obstructed their scheme of things.

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Contemporary Kashmir Politics – Some Insights

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Asian-Eurasian Human Rights forum
Cordially, invites you to the launch of the book

Contemporary Kashmir Politics: Some Insights

By Reshi Dev and Kashinath Pandit (see flyer)

The book will be released by Shri Jagmohan, Former Governor J and K and Union Minister
Guest of Honour: Shri Arun Shouri,  former Union Minister

On Thursday, 6th Nov. 2008 at 5.30 P.M. at the  Indian International Centre (Committee Room II)
40, Max Muller Marg, New Delhi-110003.

TEA:  5 p.m.
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