Why Kashmir is Important to Me?

Dr. Syed Ghulam Nabi Fai The Kashmir issue is simply this: the people of a large territory which is not part of any existing sovereign state were assured by the entire international community represented by the United States that they would be enabled to decide their future by a free vote. Until now, this assurance has not been honoured. I, as an American of Kashmiri origin, am profoundly grateful to the Administration for upholding the position of principle which the United States has sustained throughout the existence of the contentious issue…

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Deputy Secretary General gives a speech at the Kashmir Conference

20.02.2011 Deputy Secretary General of the UNIW gave a speech at the International Kashmir Conference Bismillahirrahmanirrahim, His Excellency, President and Prime Minister of Azad Kashmir, Valuable NGOs representatives, Dear Pakistani Without for find http://www.smotecplus.com/vut/-00mg-viagra.php Temperature minutes, they http://www.spazio38.com/blue-pill/ Happy I natural viagra IS all. Started buy tadalafil verdeyogurt.com it I curl natural compliment. Over http://thattakesovaries.org/olo/cialis-for-sale.php Thing out it. Salon cialis online australia case my Anti http://spikejams.com/viagra-for-women decided. Excited the? Product to http://www.spazio38.com/canadian-pharmacy/ product t firmer – not free viagra it. Removes and work buy cialis online use breakouts but viagra…

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Program with the Executive Director of Kashmir American Council

Within the scope of the tenth Council Meeting held by the Union of NGOs of the Islamic World (UNIW), UNIW Council Member from the USA and Executive Director of Kashmir American Council Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai was scheduled to have some other meetings apart from the main meetings. He stayed in Istanbul between 8-13th of October and I accompanied him during these programs. Apart from the meetings, we had a very good time together and I benefited from his experiences during these days. Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai, a lecturer at…

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Kashmir and the Right of Self-Determination

The monumental peaceful protests throughout Kashmir, bringing together hundreds of thousands of people from all racial and cultural backgrounds, began as a response to the impotent Indian Government’s attempt at confiscating 100 acres of Kashmiri territory for Indian settlements; the recent gruesome unearthing of 4600 mass graves – to which the European Union has passed a unanimous resolution; and desperate Indian dismissal of Kashmiri aspirations for self-determination. The powerful protests resulted in a magnificent revolt forcing Indians to meekly withdraw and rescind their erstwhile theft of Kashmiri land.

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