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how many dead in Kashmir

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Submitted by G.Vishvas (Germany), Oct 9, 2007 at 13:53

How many have died in the Kashmir conflict? 26000? But much larger numbers have been given from indian and also muslims.

The deaths in Kashmir are largely a result of the muslim tactic of deliberately carrying war into civilian areas and of hiding in civilian buidlings and behind civilian population. Muslims have no compunctions about this for two reasons. 1) The non-muslims killed in such conflicts in civilian areas are greeted with joy by them, 2) Muslims killed in such conflicts are declared to be martyrs in the cause of protecting "endangered" islam. Thus on both counts the muslims can only rejoice when civilian people are killed. How do we non-muslims counter that?

If there is any civil war between muslims and non-muslims anywhere in the world today then the muslim preparations and preparedness is far ahead of that of the non-muslims. Arms, money, indoctrination, number of warriors, readyness to kill and die, geo-political and international support and coordination, communication channels - in every aspect the muslim preparations are far ahead.

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