Imran Khan in New York Times: The World Can’t Ignore Kashmir. We Are All in Danger.

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PM Imran Khan.  The Muslim Times is promoting secularism and human rights in every country of the world.  Suggested reading: How can Hindus think like a Muslim or a Jew, despite the mention of 330 million gods?

Source: New York Times

By PM Imran Khan

If the world does nothing to stop the Indian assault on Kashmir and its people, two nuclear-armed states will get ever closer to a direct military confrontation.

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — After I was elected prime minister of Pakistan last August, one of my foremost priorities was to work for lasting and just peace in South Asia. India and Pakistan, despite our difficult history, confront similar challenges of poverty, unemployment and climate change, especially the threat of melting glaciers and scarcity of water for hundreds of millions of our citizens.

I wanted to normalize relations with India through trade and by settling the Kashmir dispute, the foremost impediment to the normalization of relations between us.

On July 26, 2018, in my first televised address to Pakistan after winning the elections, I stated we wanted peace with India and if it took one step forward, we would take two steps. After that, a meeting between our two foreign ministers was arranged on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly session in September 2018, but India canceled the meeting. That September I also wrote my first of three letters to Prime Minister Narendra Modi calling for dialogue and peace.

Unfortunately, all my efforts to start a dialogue for peace were rebuffed by India. Initially, we assumed that Mr. Modi’s increasingly hard-line positions and his rhetoric against Pakistan were aimed to whip up a nationalist frenzy among the Indian voters with an eye on the Indian elections in May.

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  1. @MessageTV Without the mention of Struggle of Jama’at Ahmadiya Muslim, neither the history of Pakistan is complete nor the History of Kashmir is complete. It is sadly stated that Mufti Rafi Usmani has distorted the facts and omitted the Struggle of Jama’at-e- Ahmadiyya Muslim. First of All on the proposal of Allama Sir Muhammad Iqbal, Hazrat Mirza Bashir-ud-Din Mahmood Ahmad was made the first President of Kashmir Committee, but Deo-Bandi and Ahrar who were puppet of Congress jumped in using Religious weapon, resulting in Separation of Hazoor from Kashmir Committee. The Pakistan Resolution was pen downed by the Sahabi of Hazrat Mirza Ghulam-e-Ahmad a.s. Hazrat Sir Ch. Muhammad Zafrullah Khan Sahib r.u., later on he became the member of the Boundary Commission and then the First Foreign Minister of Pakistan, and it was he who present case of Kashmir so forcefully in UNO resulting in Resolution of Kashmir in the UNO.
    Then in 1948 Jama’at Ahmadiyya Muslim under the leader of Hazrat Mirza Nasir Ahmad formed Furqan Battalion who fought along with the forces of Pakistan in 1948. Later on General Akhtar Hussain Malik was about to concur Kashmir, when Command were changed to General Yahya Khan, with that situation changed we lost the war which we have one already. Zarif Ahmad

    • 1948 would not have been Hazrat MIrza Nasir Ahmad, but Hazrat Mirza Bashiruddin Mahmud Ahmad, Khalifa-tul-Masih II.

      • @Rafiq A. TschannenSir, you are Right in this Respect that in 1948, the Head of Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at was Hazrat Mirza Bashir-ud-Din Mahmud Ahmad, Khalifatul-Massiah II, but I was taking about the Chief of Furqan Battalion was Hazrat Hafiz Mirza Nasir Ahmad r.u., He became Khalifah in 1965/66. Zarif Ahmad

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