Due to the September 11, 2001
terrorist attacks on United States of America, this edition of Kashmir
Herald will not feature all its regular themes. In light of the recent
Islamic Terrorist Acts, this edition focuses on the root causes of
international terrorism. Based on our extensive research, in this
issue we are focusing on and exposing the
Role of State
of Pakistan in
It is ironic that just two weeks before this
horrendous tragedy occurred, we had requested the Policy Makers of
India and United States to take note of growing menace of Islamic
Terrorism and act against the same. (Refer
'Combating Islamic Terrorism: Time for
Words is Over')
We will be back with
our regular features in our next issue.
Cries Of Kashmiri Hindu
- Victims of
Is Anyone Listening Now?
Is anyone listening to our screams for help now?
After the September 11 tragic events in USA at World Trade Center and
Pentagon where so many innocent lives were snuffed out in fraction of a
second, we do hope someone is listening now.
Kashmir Herald and its staff
cowardly, dastardly and heinous acts of terror perpetrated by Islamic
Terrorists on September 11, 2001 on American soil. In this time of
national tragedy, we share the grief of the victims' families and pray
to Supreme Almighty to give rest and peace to all those souls whose
lives were shortened by this tragic devastation.
Is Musharraf Walking Into A US Trap?
Subodh Atal, Lalit Koul, Sunil Fotedar
Grim as the situation might seem today for the Taliban, Pakistani
dictator Musharraf and the Pakistani nation have much more to lose in
the coming conflict.
War Against Terrorism
perfectly normal when I woke up on Tuesday morning. The usual hurry to
get to work, usual rush to beat the peak time traffic, and usual
eagerness to be part of the rat race.
There is an increasing awareness internationally that militarised
Islamist groups pose a serious challenge to the democratic and civilised
order. So much so that some strategists like Samuel Huntington have gone
to the extent of suggesting that 'clash of civlisations' was at hand.