#standwithkashmir

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  • urwahh 6w

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    #standwithkashmir


    ��Wish You Peace My Homeland ��

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  • iflah_bhat 6w

    My Kashmir

    From decades, we are stuck in never ending night.
    Their atrocities turned our heaven into pool of blood.
    What kind of patriotism is this?
    They forgot to be humans.
    Tell them we are going to fight them until our soul leaves our body.
    So what if they are too blind to see it,
    These rivers, mountains, springs bare witness of the lives we sacrificed.
    They think silencing us is enough,
    Little do they know, even stones are going to speak for oppressed.
    Tyrants can bury our rights, hold up our freedom.
    But surely they are going to see our resurrection.
    ©iflah_bhat

  • miznaqvi 17w

    Oh Brave Kashmiri Soul!
    How do you bear this all?
    This brutality, this oppression
    And spirits perpetually mauled.

    Mothers lost their sons
    Children lost their fathers,
    Why the heaven on earth
    Burns in incessant hell fire.

    Stories of losing the loved ones
    And stories of injustice that we dread,
    Prevail your beautiful lanes
    Seems as if every house mourns a dead.

    You bear witness to the horrors
    Which send shivers to our souls,
    You bear witness to the tears
    Which words fail to console.

    Your calls for Aazadi echoes
    In the ears of the deaf oppressors,
    They fear your unwavering courage
    They fear you will emerge victorious.

    Oh Brave Kashmiri Souls!
    You possess abysmal courage
    We salute your high spirits,
    We bow down before your endurance.

    ©miznaqvi

    Please keep Kashmir in your prayers
    #poemoftheday #kashmir #livesmatter #istandwithkashmir
    #standwithkashmir

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    Oh Brave Kashmiri Soul!
    How do you bear this all?
    This brutality, this oppression
    And spirits perpetually mauled.




    ©miznaqvi

  • bejubaanshayar 31w

    Feel Kashmir

    Ye kaise log hamare hai
    Hampe hi pahredari hai
    Kuchh to galat hua hai na
    Kyo itni pardedari hai

    Kashmir agar che apna hai
    Kyo kashmiri pe pawandi itni sari hai
    Mulk agar azad hai to
    Kyo kaid me zindagi sari hai

    Jo tham gai hai zindagi sari
    Ye kiski jimmedari hai
    Jo bit gya jo bit raha hai
    Kyo bekhabar duniya sari hai

    Kahne ko ab bas Jannat hai
    Barood bicha di itni sari hai
    Goliyo pe batao tum
    Kyo patthar itna bhari hai

    Kuchh to galat hua hai na
    Kyo itni pardedari hai ¯_(⊙︿⊙)_/¯

    ©bejubaanshayar

  • iqra_10 32w

    Waves roll here
    Tears roll there
    Wind blows here
    Pellets are blown there
    Seagulls cry here
    Mothers cry there
    Sandcastles are built here
    Homes are crumbled there
    Sea waves roar here
    Machine guns deafen the voices there
    Scorching sun shuts my eyes here
    Visions are forever blinded there
    Fishes are caught here
    Children are detained there
    Seashells are picked here
    Guns get picked there
    Life goes on here
    But what's going on there?

    © Iqra Imran

  • bejubaanshayar 33w

    Kashmir

    Julm kare mujhpe
    Huqumat unhe pyar dete hai
    Mai awaj bhi uthaun to
    Atankwad bolke mar dete hai ©bejubaanshayar

  • dervishwrite 34w

    Gawkadal Massacre - The Bridge of Death In Kashmir.

    The situation in valley was tense post 1987 elections which were believed to be rigged by Indian government to ensure the defeat of the pro-independence or pro-autonomy parties. This led to the discontentment and rebellion against the Indian government.

    To suppress the Kashmiri voices Indian government then appointed the most notorious and forceful administrator Jagmohan. On 19th Jan 1990, the night Jagmohan was appointed governor, there were massive ‘warrantless’ night raids led by Indian security forces conducting house to house searches mostly in downtown Chotta Bazaar, looking for illegal weapons or hiding militants. Almost, hundreds of innocents were detained and none of them were found to have any weapons and neither militants. It was also reported that security forces molested many women while conducting these night raids.

    Although, Jagmohan put the whole city under curfew people across the valley came out on streets defying curfew to protest against such atrocities and one such procession was going on near Gawkadal Srinagar in which thousands of peaceful protestors were demanding that stringent action be taken against the CRPF. When the procession reached near Gowkadal Chowk, the CRPF personnel waiting on the other side of the bridge fired indiscriminately on the peaceful protestors in which more than 50 persons were killed on the spot and 250 got injured. The CRPF and police personals had deliberately fired on the peaceful protestors on the head and chest with the intention to kill. Many jumped to death and some were intentionally lying in the pool of blood and pretend dead to avoid being killed by the CRPF.

    Till date there has been no prosecutions or investigations into it and justice was never done. Since then there have been numerous massacres and human rights violations in Kashmir and continues until now. While Indian Majority talks about Pandit Migration and uses it as a weapon to justify every violence and injustice done to Kashmiri Muslims, one should seek justice for everyone and there should be unbiased investigations into all such cases. Refuting all such atrocities done by security forces against Kashmiri Muslims and only highlighting Pandit migration will not lead to any peaceful solution and may only be helpful in self-gratification. While India talks about one Jallianwala Bagh massacre, the Kashmir valley has such massacres in every corner. We pray for all the innocents who were martyred that day including brave hearts Rouf Ahmad 21 (at the time) and Farooq Ahmad, the unsung heroes who took bullets from a machine gun on their chest saving many lives. We hope the bloodshed of Kashmiri Muslims that started in the 1990s and continues even today stops and we see a peaceful end to all such atrocities and injustices.

    #Kashmir #HumanRights #EndTheOccupation #KashmirChained #Kashmiris #KashmirBleeds #FreeKashmir #KashmirIssue #KashmirStillUnderSiege #PrayForKashmir #RedForKashmir #StandWithKashmir #ForKashmir #Kashmiri #KashmirDiaries #VoiceOfKashmir #SrinagarDiaries #Kashmiriyat #ResistToExist #KashmirLife #Kasheer #KashmirSOS #LetKashmirSpeak #Article370 #srinagar #anantnag #bandipora #baramulla #WithKashmir

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    Gawkadal Massacre - The Bridge of Death In Kashmir.

    The situation in valley was tense post 1987 elections which were believed to be rigged by Indian government to ensure the defeat of the pro-independence or pro-autonomy parties. This led to the discontentment and rebellion against the Indian government.

    To suppress the Kashmiri voices Indian government then appointed the most notorious and forceful administrator Jagmohan. On 19th Jan 1990, the night Jagmohan was appointed governor, there were massive ‘warrantless’ night raids led by Indian security forces conducting house to house searches mostly in downtown Chotta Bazaar, looking for illegal weapons or hiding militants. Almost, hundreds of innocents were detained and none of them were found to have any weapons and neither militants. It was also reported that security forces molested many women while conducting these night raids.

    Although, Jagmohan put the whole city under curfew people across the valley came out on streets defying curfew to protest against such atrocities and one such procession was going on near Gawkadal Srinagar in which thousands of peaceful protestors were demanding that stringent action be taken against the CRPF. When the procession reached near Gowkadal Chowk, the CRPF personnel waiting on the other side of the bridge fired indiscriminately on the peaceful protestors in which more than 50 persons were killed on the spot and 250 got injured. The CRPF and police personals had deliberately fired on the peaceful protestors on the head and chest with the intention to kill. Many jumped to death and some were intentionally lying in the pool of blood and pretend dead to avoid being killed by the CRPF.

    Till date there has been no prosecutions or investigations into it and justice was never done. Since then there have been numerous massacres and human rights violations in Kashmir and continues until now. While Indian Majority talks about Pandit Migration and uses it as a weapon to justify every violence and injustice done to Kashmiri Muslims, one should seek justice for everyone and there should be unbiased investigations into all such cases. Refuting all such atrocities done by security forces against Kashmiri Muslims and only highlighting Pandit migration will not lead to any peaceful solution and may only be helpful in self-gratification. While India talks about one Jallianwala Bagh massacre, the Kashmir valley has such massacres in every corner. We pray for all the innocents who were martyred that day including brave hearts Rouf Ahmad 21 (at the time) and Farooq Ahmad, the unsung heroes who took bullets from a machine gun on their chest saving many lives. We hope the bloodshed of Kashmiri Muslims that started in the 1990s and continues even today stops and we see a peaceful end to all such atrocities and injustices.

  • dervishwrite 35w

    "According to health officials, depression among Kashmiris is manifesting more and in different forms. People show panic-like symptoms. They overreact to normal situations. There is increased heart palpitation, angry outbursts, shivering, sleeping disorders, anger, irritability and a sense of uncertainty with people constantly worrying about their future.

    According to mental health experts, the real impact of the lockdown and communication blockade on the mental health of people will take some time to manifest fully. Nazia believes the number of cases of depression reported are only the tip of the iceberg.

    “Due to the communication blockade, not everybody is able to get in touch with us on our toll free number,” Nazia said. “We don’t have a clear picture before us right now. The real impact of the lockdown in Kashmir would only be visible when normal activities resume in Kashmir.”

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    #Kashmir #HumanRights #EndTheOccupation #KashmirChained #Kashmiris #KashmirBleeds #FreeKashmir #KashmirIssue #KashmirStillUnderSiege #PrayForKashmir #RedForKashmir #StandWithKashmir #ForKashmir #Kashmiri #KashmirDiaries #VoiceOfKashmir #SrinagarDiaries #Kashmiriyat #ResistToExist #KashmirLife #Kasheer #KashmirSOS #LetKashmirSpeak #Article370 #srinagar #anantnag #bandipora #baramulla #WithKashmir

    https://religionunplugged.com/news/2020/1/14/increased-anxiety-and-sale-of-anti-depressants-in-kashmir-as-lockdown-continues

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    "According to health officials, depression among Kashmiris is manifesting more and in different forms. People show panic-like symptoms. They overreact to normal situations. There is increased heart palpitation, angry outbursts, shivering, sleeping disorders, anger, irritability and a sense of uncertainty with people constantly worrying about their future.

    According to mental health experts, the real impact of the lockdown and communication blockade on the mental health of people will take some time to manifest fully. Nazia believes the number of cases of depression reported are only the tip of the iceberg.

    “Due to the communication blockade, not everybody is able to get in touch with us on our toll free number,” Nazia said. “We don’t have a clear picture before us right now. The real impact of the lockdown in Kashmir would only be visible when normal activities resume in Kashmir.”

  • hazoo9 44w

    River

    Ever tried to contain a river?
    Revolutions are like rivers. They melt off of the heat and hegemony, discrimination and hate, in search of the peace, like in the sea. They are never televised. Surrounding them, is the lobby and a battery of propagandists who mainstream and have mics in the hand to do so, showered by the state with toffees, or call it TRPs. But far from the human sight in the valleys, they are real and happening all the time. They pass through the biggest of the boulders, sticking to the rocks, and over, above, they toss up, and fall to carry on themselves. They percolate through the dooms, and slowly burst through them. Even the biggest of the dams can't take their force once they swell with floods. The dams have to let them pass anyway. Otherwise the marks of those dams remain only constructed. They dry up at times, but it doesn't mean their catchment is rendered any less. That they can't be invoked. Revolutions are real. They are happening, even when I am writing this very sentence. And we only read them in books, like they had happened in the past. Like we read about the rivers. Humans are too busy, and too ignorant to celebrate their happening than they are too fool to read about them like they happened overnight.

    ~ Instagram: _Kashmiri_by_heart
    ©hazoo9

  • iok252 45w

    Day93

    Kashmir Day93

    Kashmiris have spent 25.75% of 2019 in lockdown —and counting
    ©iok252

  • mudasirfirdosi 46w

    Day 90

    Days passed like snowflakes
    drifting on the cold air aimless
    The Dal may freeze soon
    in the chilaykalan
    But you shall remain caged,
    curfewed, and curbed,
    the ghoul has yet to decide
    how to take you apart.

    ©Mudasir Firdosi

  • iok252 47w

    When we are kids we hug our father.

    When we are kids we hug our father 100 times a day without knowing the importance of a hug but once we grow up it becames hard at times to hug him.
    But a stage comes in your life when you want to hug him daily. I feel I've reached to that stage. Today I wana hug him 1000 times a day. I miss you Daddy.
    Did this ever happen to you that you want to give a big hug to your father but u couldn't..?
    ©iok252

  • mariambushra 48w

    It's not new that media hide things.
    Yes hide!! Not talking about a serious thing is hiding.. I wanted to become a journalist but I'm ashamed of our media!
    There are many among us who are not aware of what is happening in kashmir!! It's been over two months!
    Tell us what exactly is happening?
    What has happened till yet?
    Why there was a blackout?
    Where are the thousands of children and youth?
    Why were people beaten up?
    Why were women assaulted?
    What kind of operation was this?
    All you did was devastated Kashmir!
    Kashmir didn't disappointed India.. India did !
    People supporting it did.
    People not talking about it did!
    Remember just one thing.. What goes around comes around.
    Beware of what are you doing to yourself.. Ik I can't do anything other than writing this but I can atleast make you all aware.
    Atleast this may make you all think!
    I'm praying. . Let's make it we are praying and are with our brothers and sisters there.
    #mariamerized #mariambushra #justmbthings #mbwrites #withkashmir #standwithkashmir

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  • mudasirfirdosi 48w

    Remembrance

    On your FORTIETH
    When we assemble
    To remember
    The days of joy
    moments of sorrow
    What should we talk about
    The fortieth of time
    Of freedom
    Of relationships
    Of broken hearts
    Of separated lovers
    Of worried mothers
    fortieth of bygone era
    Of the very existence
    Of the pride and pleasures
    Hospitality and customs
    But you know
    The day is for dead
    You are still alive
    Breathing
    But numb
    Talking but mum
    How should we remember
    It is our fortieth
    And not the first
    Not the last
    Pride shall fall
    We will talk again
    Of songs and dances
    On river banks and meadows
    Streams and narrow lanes
    One day …

    ©mudasirfirdosi