Mumbai Terrorist Attacks Reprehensible Crimes Against Humanity: Dr. Fai

Mumbai Terrorist Attacks Reprehensible Crimes Against Humanity: Dr. Fai

Washington, D.C. November 27, 2008. The Kashmiri American Council (KAC) expressed its utter disgust at the terrorist attacks perpetrated in Mumbai, India.

Condemning the bestiality in the strongest terms, the KAC pledged to contribute, in whatever form possible, to the rehabilitation effort of the affected families. Dismayed at the photos displaying the carnage, fleeing victims and burning buildings, Executive Director of KAC, Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai, prayed that the authorities would pursue all reasonable efforts to investigate, apprehend, and punish those who are guilty of committing these reprehensible crimes against humanity.

The KAC Board, in an extraordinary meeting, pledged to oppose those who would resort to violence in order to pursue whatever ends they claimed. Reports indicating that terrorists specifically targeted Western tourists further aggravate enlightened sensibilities. Targeted victimization of innocents has no justification and encourages retribution from any and all quarters. To that end, the KAC hopes that all India’s citizenry allows for a cooling period and hopes that communal harmony prevails during this troubling time in India’s history.
Received via email: kacouncil@kashmiri.com

One thought on “Mumbai Terrorist Attacks Reprehensible Crimes Against Humanity: Dr. Fai”

  1. Dear Kashmiri sisters and brothers,

    When I was a child growing up in wonderful India my closest family friends were the Raina family and the Wanchoo family. They are Kashmiris.

    Let us all work together to ensure human rights for EVERY person in South Asia.

    If we ALL think with our hearts and we stand united, if we follow the lived example of love, peace and non-violence of Gandhi and Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan, we will perform a humanitarian service to our beloved peoples and the entire region of South Asia.

    One day even perhaps we will become the USSA –United States of South Asia.

    I have great hopes this will one day come to pass, through our collective efforts.

    Dr. Chithra KarunaKaran
    http://www.Ethicaldemocracy.blogspot.com

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