x

Like our Facebook Page

   
Early Times Newspaper Jammu, Leading Newspaper Jammu
 
Breaking News :   Adityanath confident that Indian govt will act against Pak-sponsored terrorists | Kolkata girl gets rape threats for Facebook post on Kashmir | Indian envoys to Pakistan, United States meet Rajnath Singh | 10-yr-old girl writes to PM Narendra Modi demanding revenge for Pulwama terror attack; letter goes viral | Lockheed Martin unveils new combat jet F-21 for India | 2500 Kashmiri youth brave snow, rain to participate in Indian Army's recruitment drive | Earthquake hits UP, tremors felt in Delhi-NCR and Kashmir | Landslides halt traffic on Jammu-Srinagar highway | Exams of Class 8, 9 postponed in Jammu | Curfew temporarily relaxed in Jammu | Hurriyat leader under NIA scanner continues to enjoy security | Pak PM Khan pretends to be blind, can't see Azhar enjoys all privileges in his country | Abdullahs and Muftis-style hurting Kashmiris outside Kashmir | Started 7 years back, 200 bedded maternity hospital still in oblivion | Examination postponed, internet services remain suspended | Annoyed over ignoring youth, Congress leader likely to join BJP | Aggrieved CRPF ready to help Kashmiris | Anyone who picks up gun in Kashmir will get killed: GOC Dhillon | Promote peace, eschew tendencies of hate: Dr Farooq | SRS seeks action against anti-national elements | JKNPP appeal masses to maintain peace | VKS appeals people to maintain communal harmony | Rajnath Singh reviews J&K situation; NSA, Home Secretary attend the meeting | JKTF discusses filling of vacant Chairman' post | Ek Sath Rang Mandal presents 339th Monday Theatre | SBI announces humble initiatives for martyred CRPF soldiers in Pulwama | Guru Ravi Dass Jayanti celebrated | Kashmiri student rusticated from SGT for Pulwama comments | Youth arrested charged with sedition for 'anti-national' activities on social media | Robbers stumble after looting Rs 40 lakh from ATM, people flee with money scrambled on road | France to move proposal at UN to ban JeM chief Masood Azhar | Work on hi-tech border surveillance project in progress: BSF | Cabinet clears promulgating fresh ordinance for companies law amendments | DoT asks telcos to crack down on subscriber sending offensive messages | Fresh snowfall in Himachal's Shimla, Kufri, Dalhousie | Civil court should examine if wearing turban is essential for Sikhs: SC | Centre review against SC/ST verdict to be heard afresh, says SC | Govt relaxes norms for startups, raises investment limit for availing angel tax concession | Martyr's wife delivers baby girl soon after his last rites in Rajasthan | Centre hikes Dearness Allowance by 3% for employees, pensioners | Isolation of separatists begins with Fidayeen attack at Lethpora | Retribution to Pulwama attack and the Kashmiri sentiment | Why should Indian Tax Payers bear expenses for the security of Pak apologists in Jammu & Kashmir? | Govt reshuffles bureaucracy; DCs, other top officers transferred | Sheep Husbandry Deptt violates law, allows import of dead animals into Kashmir | Village housing 7.5 MW HP Project reels under darkness | Hundreds of stranded passengers evacuated from Khatika Talab area | Traffic PIL: HC orders appearance of Div Com, four other officers if orders not complied | Vehicle-borne IED separates Pulwama attack from earlier fidayeen strikes' | MLC booked for defying DC's order, impersonation | To 'sustain their families and serve the nation,' several Kashmiri youth participate in Army Recruitment drive | Vested political interests engineering communal divide: Harsh | Ramban people allege HCC of damaging environment | JPPF seeks release of detained Jammu youth | Tributes paid to martyrs | Need to act beyond the candle marches: AAP | Pak army increases deployment across LoC | Div Com issues fresh avalanche warning | NC and PDP need not to interfere in Jammu province: MPEJ | Pakistan violates ceasefire | Young Panthers seek release of detained youth | Fight in J&K is between nationalists and anti-nationals: Slathia | JKBSGs organizes Shardhanjali programme | Students pay tributes to all martyrs | 41st Sub-Junior National Volleyball Championship | Back Issues  
 
news details
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.

  Share This News with Your Friends on Social Network  
  Comment on this Story  
 
 
 
Early Times Android App
STOCK UPDATE
  
BSE Sensex
NSE Nifty
 
CRICKET UPDATE
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
Home About Us Top Stories Local News National News Sports News Opinion Editorial ET Cetra Advertise with Us ET E-paper
 
 
J&K RELATED WEBSITES
J&K Govt. Official website
Jammu Kashmir Tourism
JKTDC
Mata Vaishnodevi Shrine Board
Shri Amarnath Ji Shrine Board
Shri Shiv Khori Shrine Board
UTILITY
Train Enquiry
IRCTC
Matavaishnodevi
BSNL
Jammu Kashmir Bank
State Bank of India
PUBLIC INTEREST
Passport Department
Income Tax Department
JK CAMPA
JK GAD
IT Education
Web Site Design Services
EDUCATION
Jammu University
Jammu University Results
JKBOSE
Kashmir University
IGNOU Jammu Center
SMVDU