Washington, DC, September 6th, 2009. Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai, Executive Director, Kashmiri American Council/Kashmir Center, said that the people of Jammu and Kashmir still have confidence in the United Nations despite its failure to resolve many international disputes. However, Dr. Fai added, that it is crucial to remind the international community of United Nations Security Resolution # 209 which was adopted in its 1237th meeting on September 4th, 1965. That resolution was unanimously adopted with the clear support of the United States of America wherein the Security Council expressed its concern at the deteriorating situation in the disputed territory of Kashmir.
Washington, 23-July 2009: The Right to Self-determination is an alienable right of people of Jammu and Kashmir, it was high time that people of the state should be allowed this right and the Obama Administration needs to facilitate this sixty two year old dispute resolved was the dominant view on the first day of the two-day tenth International Peace Conference titled Kashmir Issue: Regional and International Dimension organized by Kashmir American Council and Humanitarian Lawyers Association held at the capitol here today.
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.
Washington, D.C. October 24, 2008. Dr. Ghulam Nabi Fai, Executive Director, Kashmiri American Council/Kashmir Center, on the auspicious founding of the United Nations in 1945, wrote to Mr. Ban Ki-Moon, the Secretary General of the United Nations of its significant socio-economic, political and moral achievements. In glowing terms, Dr. Fai stated ‘In the spring of 1945, representatives of fifty nations gathered to put pen to paper and finalize a document of colossal consequence – the Charter of the United Nations.’ ‘This enlightened document,’ he continued ‘shines as a spectacular symbol of hope.’ With that, he reaffirmed his enthusiastic support for the United Nations – its aims, objectives and aspirations that attempts to foster togetherness in the human family by encouraging the world’s peoples to set foot on a common platform, while recognizing spaces for distinctiveness.