Kashmir is recognized by the United Nations as a
disputed territory whose status is yet to be determined by its people.
“Kashmir is the most dangerous place in the world.”
(President Bill Clinton)
“Kashmir is the world’s most beautiful prison.”
(European Parliamentary delegation)
“Kashmir is the largest military concentration anywhere in the world.”
(International Educational Development)
“The Road to Kabul Runs Through Kashmir”
(Jonathan Tepperman, Newsweek)
“Let the Kashmiris determine their own destiny.”
(Vir Sanghvi, Hindustan Times)
“Kashmir has never been an integral part of India.”
(Arundhati Roy, Booker Prize winner, India)
Because the people of Kashmir demand what was pledged to them by both
India and Pakistan and guaranteed by the Security Council, with the unequivocal endorsement of the United States, namely demilitarization of Kashmir and a free vote organized impartially to ascertain popular will.
Unresolved Kashmir dispute is a rebuke to
the international community for its inaction.
The United States paved the way for freedom around the world and the
United States can help the people of Kashmir achieve peace, freedom and self-determination.
Now is the time for President Obama to listen to
Candidate Obama who said on September 25, 2008:
“I will continue support of ongoing Indian Pakistani efforts to resolve
Kashmir problem in order to address the political roots of the arms
race between India and Pakistan.”
And on October 30, 2008, “We should probably try to facilitate
a better understanding between Pakistan and India and try to resolve the Kashmir crisis.”
Kashmiri American Council | P. O. Box 27014, Washington, D.C. 20038-7014
Tell: 585-615-6351 | firstname.lastname@example.orgIndian Prime Minister is in DC one more day.