‘Is the international community’s humanity dead when Muslims are being persecuted?’ – World

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday questioned the silence of the world community about the persecution of Muslims in Kashmir and India occupied by Indians.

The prime minister turned to Twitter to highlight the plight of the Kashmir people, as he has done since India unilaterally decided to annex occupied Kashmir on August 5 and apply a blockade.

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"Today is the 32nd day of the siege of Jammu and Kashmir occupied by the Indians by the Indian occupation forces of the Modi government," he said, adding that under the protection of this siege, the Indian forces have killed, wounded (with pellet guns ) and abused Kashmir men, women and children.

"The men were taken and imprisoned throughout India."

Highlighting the impacts of the curfew and the blackout of communication, he said: "Hospitals have run out of medical supplies; basic needs are scarce, but a blackout of communication has deprived Kashmir of a voice to the outside world and their families. Despite this, horror stories are reaching international media. "

The prime minister in a series of heavily drafted tweets said: "India's violation of all international laws, including humanitarian laws, is in sight of the world. So why is the world silent? Humanity? of the international community is dead when Muslims are being persecuted? "

"What message is being sent to the 1.3 billion Muslims around the world?"

The prime minister also said that the world cannot pretend ignorance as it did in Munich in 1938.

"The fascist design of the Hindu supremacy of the Modi government with its ethnic cleansing and genocide of the Muslim agenda in occupied Kashmir, in India itself [Assam] and beyond in AJK it is now open for everyone to see. "

The suspension by the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has almost completely isolated people in Kashmir occupied by the Indians. Many cashmere living outside the valley also said they had trouble getting in touch with their families.

the Press Trust of India The news agency reported Thursday that there are no restrictions on daytime movements in the Valley. However, the control points remain in place.

On Wednesday morning, Major General Asif Ghafoor, general director of Public Relations between Services (ISPR), had told the people of Kashmir occupied by the Indians that the Pakistani armed forces supported them and would do everything possible to protect their lands . .

Speaking at a press conference at the Headquarters about the situation in occupied Kashmir, the army spokesman also said that an "appropriate response" will be given to any false flag operation organized by India.

"I want to give this message to the cashmere that we support them and we will continue to do so. It is sad that their struggle for independence has been presented as terrorism," he said.

"Kashmir is our jugular vein and we will do our best to protect it," he had said.

Source: https://www.dawn.com/news/1503703/is-the-international-communitys-humanity-dead-when-muslims-are-being-persecuted

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