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Kuwait and Pakistan complain to OIC against India

Christine Douglass-Williams

Kuwait has just appealed to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to “take necessary and urgent measures” to stop “Islamophobia” in India, while a massive anti-India campaign targeting India was launched several days ago across Western Asia and the Arab countries.

In a letter sent to the U.N. ambassadors of the OIC, “Ambassador Munir Akram said the plight of India’s hapless Muslims and the Kashmiris in occupied Kashmir should be a matter of grave concern for the OIC and all Muslim States.’”

Ambassador Akram, dubbed the “diplo-basher” for smashing his girlfriend’s head against a wall, became Pakistan’s permanent representative to the United Nations in New York five months ago.

His letter to the OIC continued:

As history attests, such state-sponsored vilification and hatred of minorities or ethnic or religious groups is often the precursor of ethnic cleansing, genocide and crimes against humanity.

But what about the current Christian genocide going on in Africa and in the Middle East, perpetrated by Muslims? Pakistan also routinely persecutes Christians under its harsh blasphemy laws, and is now in some areas starving Christians and Hindus, who are being denied ration during the coronavirus pandemic.

Akram has now urged the OIC to “convene an urgent virtual meeting” as he seeks to solicit its aid against India in Pakistan’s dispute over Kashmir.

While Akram presents his appeal to the OIC as “a response to the increasing hate crimes against Muslims in India” and the “plight of India’s hapless Muslims,” it’s mainly about the politics of control over the disputed territory of Kashmir, which is saturated with jihadist militias, and where clashes with India continuously flare up. Three months ago, “Akram raked up the issue of Jammu and Kashmir while addressing the UN Security Council.” He’s been campaigning for support for Pakistan’s campaign against India for withdrawing special constitutional status from Jammu and Kashmir

In 2016, Pakistan’s Defense Minister threatened to “destroy” India with nuclear bombs after Indian strikes against suspected militants who were preparing to infiltrate India from Kashmir. Only six months ago, right after returning from the U.S., Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan raised the issue of Kashmir again. He stated “that those standing by Kashmiris were doing ‘jihad’ and Pakistan will support Kashmiris even if the world does not.” He also said that the battle over the status of Kashmir was a jihad and that he “wanted Allah to be happy with us.”

A month before that, a popular Pakistani cleric with links to Osama bin Laden called on jihadists to wage war against India’s troops in Kashmir. Maulana Abdul Aziz “declared that jihad is now ‘mandatory’ in the hotly-disputed region….He also demanded the country’s prime minister Imran Khan free Islamists held in Pakistani jails and ‘open the border for our fighters to strike Indian forces.’”

The Pakistan-India dispute over Kashmir has raged since 1947, with India trying to keep out jihadists, in a similar manner to how Israel tries to keep out jihadists. Stealth jihadists have managed to stymie effective efforts, however, by manipulating the victimhood narrative and the “Islamophobia” subterfuge, now active in full force against India.

“Pakistan briefs OIC countries on rising Islamophobia,” Associated Press of Pakistan, May 1, 2020:

UNITED NATIONS: In a move to highlight the rising cases of anti-Muslim violence and Islamophobia in India, Pakistan has reached out to the Islamic bloc in New York urging it to play a role.

Pakistan has also urged the UN-based ambassadors of member states of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to convene an urgent virtual meeting to consider a response to the increasing hate crimes against Muslims in India, as well as the continued oppression in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

In a letter sent to the envoys on Wednesday, Ambassador Munir Akram said the plight of India’s hapless Muslims and the Kashmiris in occupied Kashmir “should be a matter of grave concern for the OIC and all Muslim States.

“As history attests, such state-sponsored vilification and hatred of minorities or ethnic or religious groups is often the precursor of ethnic cleansing, genocide and crimes against humanity,” the letter said.

Along with his letter, Ambassador Akram enclosed a note detailing “the pernicious and deliberate plan and ruthless actions” of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government to “transform India’s Muslims into a subject minority under constant threat of officially sanctioned hate, discrimination and violence.

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  1. Frank Doppala

    May 4, 2020 at 06:21

    This hyperactive response from Pakistan is nothing but Modiphobia. Having lost a diplomatic war with India and with no capability of fighting a straight war, Pakistan seems to have become restless. Even the thought that Modi is becoming successful is giving nightmares to the leaders in Pakistan.

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