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Ali Al Kashmiri

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  1. What they did was unconstitutional, will surely be challenged in the Supreme Court. Do I as a Kashmiri have faith in Indian judiciary? NO. https://theprint.in/opinion/the-constitutional-questions-that-arise-from-the-end-of-jammu-and-kashmir-as-a-state/272689/?fbclid=IwAR1_UX68buF28EfYM5mUHIl2twCXq5omsAjXKpder5wpduBoe3sZqgei9nI
  2. The thread below should be a point of reflection for both India’s & Pakistanis who are blindly accepting the narrative propagated on the mainstream media to be true. https://mobile.twitter.com/PriyamvadaGopal/status/1158441094704750594
  3. You may be surprised to know that the authentic Kashmiri chai is salty not sweet.
  4. @ali_fatheroforphans Is it true that Australians ride kangaroo to work ?
  5. @ali_fatheroforphans I have posted Facebook link of the latmiya with English subtitles. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1882611965181479&id=310369792405712
  6. The only viable solutions to end this madness is a referendum in which Kashmiris on both the sides of border participate. Majority of Kashmir’s on the Indian side would vote for independence rather than merging with Pakistan.
  7. People in the Kashmir region support any group that bears arms or raises voice against the occupation. Personally I believe any kind of armed resistance is futile.
  8. Wahabis & Salafis have nothing to do with the killing or demonstrations.
  9. They might be terrorists for India but for us they are martyrs who chose to fight the illegal occupation by raising arms against it.
  10. First you said Noam Chomsky’s words made USA attack Iraq & now you are saying that he is interfering in the internal affairs. You seriously have no idea whatsoever about Noam Chomskys.
  11. Noam Chomsky is considered to be one of the greatest intellectuals of 21 century, he turned 90 few days back. Have read half a dozen of his books. Listen to hundreds of his speeches & interviews. He has always been critical of American foreign policy. You are probably confusing him for someone else.
  12. @Sumerian The podcast below goes into the details of one such case in USA. The case is regarding two homosexual men who had filed a complaint to Colorado civil rights commission against a Christian baker. The civil rights commission & the state court had given a judgement against the Christian baker but the Supreme Court reversed the decision in favour of the baker.
  13. The shia scholars differ on Immamah as usul e din or usul e madhab, most of the contemporary scholar consider it to be usul e madhab. As far the evidence click on the link below. The article below was written by one of the most knowledgeable brother on this website.
  14. Well, I am too old to be young & too young to be old.
  15. I think he is asking about the Syrian Sufi scholar Mohammad Al Yaqoubi. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muhammad_al-Yaqoubi
  16. @Sumerian You are right ikhwan did backstab Iran over Syria. Hamas leader Khaled meshaal used to live in Syria till 2011. Ikhwan has for decades had a strong presence in Syria, in 1982 hafiz al asaads crackdown was primarily against members of ikhwan. When the Syrian uprising started it was primarily qatar who supplied arms into Syria through turkey & Jordan.
  17. The ikhwan may be inclined to the salafi ideology but they are not wahabis just like Hizbu tahrir. The most well known present day ikhwan leader is yousf al Qaradawi who has been a staunch critic of the wahabi movement. I don't think shirazis have anything to do with them. Syed Ali Khamenaie ( may Allah lengthen his life) has translated Syed kutubs books.
  18. The article is factually incorrect, ikhwanul muslimeen (Muslim brotherhood) & Aal e saud ( Family of saud) have been at odds with each other for decades. Ikhwan is a grass roots movement with widespread support across Middle East. The worst nightmare for dictatorial regimes in Middle East is a vibrant democracy. If a democratically elected government succeeds in Middle East that would mean an end to these despotic regimes which is why Saudi Arabia & UAE funded a coup against Morsi in Egypt. They have also led a blockade against Qatar, both morsi & Qatar belong to the Muslim brotherhood camp.
  19. @haidermpr If you post a statement of the current PM of India acknowledging the fact that kashmir is a dispute.
  20. Ahh not again brother. Seriously non of them were able to answer your whataboutery ?? Or is it that you kept on blaming Pakistan for everything & evaded a simple question which I will be repeating again. Is India ready to acknowledge that kashmir is a dispute ? 1) Pakistan should indeed vacate the land it is illegally occupying, which is why I consider it to be Pakistan occupied kashmir instead of azad Kashmir but both the countries have to first acknowledge that it's a dispute & Kashmiris have to be given the right to self determination. Is India ready to do so ? 2) kashmiri separatist have always been suppressed by India establishment, even those who seek independence from both occupying nations. International community has been condemning grave human rights violations by Indian forces in kashmir & have always called for the dispute to be settled. 3) I am glad you brought Sheikh Abdullah in conversation, why was he jailed just 6 years after the accession. India even betrayed their own loyalists & you wonder why Kashmir don't support India. Yes there should be a plebiscite otherwise this dispute will never end. 4) Indeed plebiscite was not a part of the instrument of accession. 5&6) The Kashmiri struggle to independence turned militant after decades of suppression by the Indian state from 1953 arrest of sheikh Abdullah to rigging 1987 elections in which Syed Sallhudin ( Mohammad yusuf shah) fought elections along with other separatist leaders such as Yasin Malik. It was never about religion. The largest group of armed men in 1989 was that of JKLF which has been demanding Independence from both countries from the very first day.
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