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Kashmir Issues, are issues create by India, they always kill Kashmiris.

Issue Reason Edit

Kashmir is a state of Muslims but Raja Hari Singh signed it to India. It is a part of Pakistan. but India always make fake accuse on Pakistan, that Pakistan has Occupied Azad Kashmir, it is own part of Pakistan.

ISPR Edit

Kashmir ko Haqq do Bharat - Shehzad Roy (ISPR Official Video)

Kashmir ko Haqq do Bharat - Shehzad Roy (ISPR Official Video)

Kashmir Day or Kashmir Solidarity Day is a public holiday in Pakistan on February 5 each year. It focuses on showing Pakistan’s support and unity with the people of Indian-occupied Kashmir, their ongoing freedom struggle, and to pay homage to Kashmiri martyrs who lost their lives fighting for Kashmir’s freedom.

Kashmir Sangbaaz - Kashmir Solidarity Day 2017 (ISPR Official Video)

Kashmir Sangbaaz - Kashmir Solidarity Day 2017 (ISPR Official Video)

In 2017 the publicity office of the Pakistan Army (Inter-Services Public Relations) produced an anthem for the stone-pelters which was based on real what happened in Jammu and Kashmir, entitled Sangbaaz ("stone-pelters,) the lyrics refer to the allegation that soldiers shoot rubber bullets at rock-throwers eyes to blind them, "You can snatch out our eyes, but you cannot snatch our dreams."[9] The song, which celebrates the stone-pelters as heroes working for the liberation of Kashmir was released on video by Major General Asif Ghafoor in a tweet.[10]The act of stoning(rajm ) is mentioned in multiple Hadiths. However some factions within Islam disagree with the legality of rajm . In Pakistan, military dictator General Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq who implemented Sharia law reconstituted a court, which declared rajm as Islamic.

Ab Tou Azad Hai Dunya - Kashmir Solidarity 2016 (ISPR Official Video)

Ab Tou Azad Hai Dunya - Kashmir Solidarity 2016 (ISPR Official Video)

“Indian Army’s atrocities have not been able to deter the spirit and sacrifices of the brave Kashmiris in Indian occupied Kashmir. We will always stand with them in their just struggle against repression.”

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