We all seen on TV, how Al Qaeda is training it's "jihadis"
to wage a war against the west.
Similar tapes were shown by the Indian media on terrorrist
groups like Laskhar -e- Toyba, etc. which also train young
pakistanis and some local kashmiris to attack the Indian
rule in Kashmir.
This has been going on for decades now but still United
States tells India to shut up, although Pakistan has been
in the "terrorist nations list" for the last decade or so.
When Indian Airlines flight was hijacked and taken into
afghanistan by pakistani-afghan based terrorrists, (this happened
in 1998 i think), one of the major millitants who was under
captivity of the Indian Military was asked to be released
in exchange of the innocent hostages of the IA flight.
The same guy was in the list of the prime suspects of the
September 11 attacks, this time, in the USA.
since 1947, there have been great killing of innocent people
in kashmir. (the population of hindus was 70% in that Kashmir
in those days). they were slowly killed...
today, the population of hindus in that state is 2%,
who are now indian citizens who are refugees in their own
country and running to New Delhi for shelter.
As most residents in Kashmir are now mulims who have been
infiltrating into the country for 50 yrs now, Pakistan is
asking for the "opinion" of "kashmiris"
(who, obviously, choose Pakistan because they *came* from
that country by infiltration and wiped out the local people
and especially all the hindus in Kashmir)
Musharraf said "as india is a big country and as we lose a
conventional war, we have to use nuclear weapons to deal
with it." Now, doesn't it sound like a nuclear threat ?
Think about it this way... a small neighbouring country of the US
says "as we can't fight a conventional war against US, we have
to use the Nukes"...
now, how should USA interpret this ? isn't that a nuclear
My question is, why does US keep quiet when it comes to the
issue of pakistani terrorrists in Kashmir ? or rather tells india
to calm down when terrorrists are infiltrating into the country?