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 India banking on 9/11 to distort Kashmir issue
 Updated at: 1512 PST,  Thursday, February 05, 2009
 ISLAMABAD: India cleverly started describing the freedom struggle of Kashmiris as terrorism to mislead the world soon after 9/11 when USA and its western allies launched so-called war on terror that meant only for grabbing rich natural resources of Muslims countries and establishing its political hegemony on the entire world.

Chairman of Special Parliamentary Committee on Kashmir Maulana Fazl ur Rahman said this on Thursday while urging India to give up its belligerent attitude and stop deteriorating the issue, suggesting realities could not be changed through propaganda.

"We need to negotiate seriously and figure out Kashmir dispute peacefully as we have seen in the past that wars are not the result of any problem," Maulana Fazl ur Rahman said.

Mumbai attacks should not be used as a pretext to halt ongoing composite dialogue as India had always create hype to any such incidents to find an excuse to postpone talks on Kashmir and divert international community's attention from core issues, he maintained.

He said Pakistan fully supported the just cause of freedom struggle of the Kashmir and would continue its moral, political and diplomatic support to their right to self-determination.

He said solidarity with Kashmiri people run in blood of every Pakistani. "Our hearts beat together for each other."

He said US President Barack Obama should continue efforts to convince India to bring change on its rhetoric on Kashmir.
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