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Today it was Nadeem, tomorrow it could be you?
Terror Has No Religion
11/17/2018 10:50:07 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Nov 17: Hizbul-Mujahideen militants killing a teenage boy Nadeem Manzoor in south Kashmir's Shopian district on late Thursday night and then releasing a video about him being shot dead has terrified the people.
The so-called commander of Hizbul Mujahideen Riyaz Naikoo later released a video to claim that militants from his outfit carried out Nadeem's killing to avenge the elimination of two militants Abrar and Shoban of their outfit. They charged Nadeem with tipping off the security forces about their presence in Safnagri area.
An analyst while talking to Early Times said, "The video about how teenager was killed mercilessly has gone viral in Shopian area. It should serve as an eye opener for the people who support these militants and provide them with shelter and all the possible help. Today it was Nadeem, tomorrow it can be them."
He said, "Pakistan sponsored terrorism is emerging as a monster for the people and if they keep on supporting this menace the day is not far when it would devour them all. These young terrorists have turned criminals and they don't even think once before killing a person in cold blood."
A Kashmir watcher said that these gun-wielding terrorists have crossed all the limits of barbarism. "They killed Nadeem just on the mere suspicion of being an informer. They can kill many more people on the basis of suspicion after labeling them as Mukhbirs."
He said that the so-called Joint Resistance Leadership, comprising Hurriyat hawk Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Hurriyat dove Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and so-called JKLF chief Yasin Malik did not utter a word to condemn the killing of a teenager, despite him being a Kashmiri. "These people know that if they condemn such acts they could be next on the target. They are just puppets who dance to the tunes of their bosses sitting across the Line of Control," he added.
A defence analyst said that in 1990s many Kashmiri Pandits were shot dead like Nadeem in cold blood. "At that point of time also people of the majority community couldn't muster courage to condemn such killings. They just acted as mute spectators. Had the people raised their voice against the cold blooded murders of Kashmiri Pandits at that point of time today they would not have been facing the similar situation. People of Kashmir should understand that terror has no religion and the gun which was nurtured for others has turned towards them," he added.

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