UK Channel 4 documentary on Kashmiri Muslims and brutality of India.
کشمیر میں عورتوں کے ساتھ کافر کیا کر رہے ہیں خود ہی دیکھ لیجئے
If you are unable to see video then go through these screenshots of documentary of UK’s channel 4 on Hindu India’s brutality with Muslim Kashmiries. You can read subtitles on it if video is not available. I shall see how long they will silence truth… Continue reading “Plight of Muslim Kashmiri Women – Channel 4 Documentary”
Exclusive – Appeal from a Member of the Rohingya Muslim Community in Burma
Dear brother and sisters,
I hope you are all well and safe. I have had the pleasure of being friends with a number of Pakistanis, and am always interested in events there. Being a student of history, I know of the thousands of Burmese-Rohingyas who migrated to Pakistan decades ago and now live there happily in Karachi with notable Pakistani-Rohingyas being Eric G. Hall (Pakistan Air Force fighter pilot of Anglo-Burmese origin), Ashraf Tai (Pioneer of Bando Karate in Pakistan), and Rakshanda Khattak (Pakistan’s first supermodel and actress). Rohingyas will always be grateful of the hospitality of our Pakistani brothers. Continue reading “To Pakistan, from a Rohingya Muslim”
Mr Vukovic, 44, a waiter and driver before the war, repeatedly led gang rapes. Witness 48 (Muslim Woman) was told she would have her throat slashed if she resisted. Mr Vukovic “bit her nipples until they bled and pinched her breasts until she fainted from pain”.
Four of the 72 Bosnian women held in the Partizan sports hall were raped almost nightly for a month. Witness 186 was raped for six months.
Witness 50 (Bonian Muslim woman) was raped on the night of August 2, 1992 – the night the town’s mosque was destroyed – after being taken away by Mr Kunarac. She was raped by a Montenegrin soldier who threatened to cut off her arms and legs and take her to a church to baptise her.
Bosniak houses and apartments were looted or razed to the ground, the civilian population were rounded up, some were physically abused or murdered during the process. Men and women were separated and then held in concentration camps.
Estimates of the number of women and girls raped range from 12,000 to 50,000, the vast majority of whom were Bosniaks raped by Bosnian Serbs. The Serb forces set up “rape camps”, where women were subjected to being repeatedly raped, and only released when pregnant. Gang rape and public rapes in front of villagers and neighbors were not uncommon. Continue reading “Plight of Bosnian Women & Their Brutal Rapes by Serbs”
Not many took him seriously.
But slowly the assaults built. And on July 11, 1995, a massacre in Srebrenica would live in infamy. After years of indifference, the world could turn its head no more.
It was the worst atrocity on European soil since World War II, and the numbers are staggering to this day. Continue reading “The Srebrenica Genocide of Bosnian Muslims”