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Analysis cannot be universalised

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Submitted by Praveen Bose (India), Oct 19, 2003 at 12:15

The statement where you equate Kashmir to Moros and Palestinians doesn't stand. The violence in Kashmir is aided and abetted from outside the country and not from people inside.
The people involved are mostly from Pakistan trained in the madrassas of Pakist and and not trained in India. It is mostly the Saudi petrodollars that finance the propagators of violence. Hence, I would like to say that the statement has no logical argument. It looks like it has been influenced by some Pakistani.
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