Salah-ud-Din greets Ummah
Srinagar, Nov 6 The United Jihad Council chairman and supreme commander of Hizbul Mujahideen Syed Salah-ud-Din has extended his heartiest congratulations to the whole Ummah in general and Kashmiri freedom loving people in particular on the eve of Eid-ul-Zuha.
“Everyone knows the conditions under which Kashmiris are celebrating the Eid. Whole Kashmiri nation is fighting for freedom for the past 64 years and enduring the brute atrocities inflicted on them by the armed forces with patience and steadfastness,” the Hizb spokesman Salim Hashmi, in a statement from Pakistan administered Kashmir, quoted Salah-ud-Din as having said, adding that the freedom struggle has reached its decisive stage and victory is very near for Kashmiris.
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