Role of Ummah imperative for right to self-determination for Kashmiris: Turabi
Makkah, Aug 2: Ameer Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) AJK Abdul Rashid Turabi has urged Ummah to continue their support to the Kashmiri people who were struggling for right to self-determination and freedom.
Turabi expressed these views while addressing to an international conference arranged by Rabta Alam Islami here Sunday.
“India was trying to trample the courage of Kashmiri people and unleashed the worst kind of state terrorism in the region,” he said.
He said that a big number of innocent Kashmiris were being killed through the black laws Pota and Disturbed Areas Act.
“Quaid Hurriyat Syed Ali Shah Gilani among other leaders was imprisoned, “he added.
He said Kashmiris were stopped from offering Friday prayers at Jamia Masjid.
“The only purpose of the Kashmiris struggle was that they are demanding their right of self determination,” he added.
He urged the world leaders of Ummah and other organizations such as Rabta Alam-e-Islami to pressure India to stop state terrorism in the Kashmir and to give due rights to Kashmiris.
He thanked Rabta Alam-e-Islami and Saudi government for solving the problems of Ummah and specially for continuously supporting the Kashmir cause and also expected that Khadim Al Hurmain Sharifain Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz would continue his historical role.
He also appealed the participants and delegations of the conference to support the Kashmiri people in their countries so that India should be pressurized diplomatically and politically to stop the genocide of innocent Kashmiris.
Lastupdate on : Mon, 2 Aug 2010 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Mon, 2 Aug 2010 18:30:00 GMT
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