On the afternoon of July 10, the Bosnian Serb army soldiers began storming Srebrenica, a city of refuge created by the United Nations, where more than 40,000 people sought shelter from war. A United Nations officer in the town hunched over his computer and tapped out a desperate plea to his leaders in Geneva; about 23,000 Muslim women and children were deported in the next … [Read more...] about Jammu Genocide: Forgotten Human Carnage
Kashmir is under the prolonged Military occupation of India for seven decades. To undo this military occupation, Kashmiris are resisting through different means and methods one among them is armed resistance by the indigenous armed groups in occupied territory. The United Nations Security Council in 1948 while discussing the ‘Question of Kashmir’ held that the disputed … [Read more...] about International Law and the armed resistance in Indian Occupied Kashmir
India took the matter of Jammu and Kashmir to the Security Council on 1st January 1948 and lodged a formal complaint against Pakistan. In reply, Pakistan lodged a counter-complaint against India on 15th January 1948 and had also requested the Security Council to deal with other disputes between India and Pakistan, including Junagadh. As a result, a Security Council meeting was … [Read more...] about Who got “Jammu and Kashmir Question” changed into “India Pakistan Question” in the United Nations?
Sardar Muhammad Ibrahim Khan was born on 10th April 1915 at Rawalakot, Poonch. He graduated in arts from Islamia College Lahore in 1935 and sought higher education abroad in 1938. Khan then obtained a law degree from Lincoln's Inn, London, and started practicing law at Srinagar, Kashmir. He was a political activist by orientation and his stay in London groomed him to have … [Read more...] about Synonymity between Sardar Muhammad Ibrahim Khan and accession to Pakistan